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Jump Down Under

Jump Down Under contains those real-life accounts, the whole naked truth, good and bad, of individuals, couples and families and their journeys to Australia from the UK. You will get a real insight into what actually happened along the way.  The real truth, without a marketing or sales perspective, told by the people who actually made the journey and turned their dreams of moving to Australia into a reality.

The experiences covered in this book cover different types of visa applications from work sponsorship and skilled migration, to de facto relationships with and without children. It also covers the difficulties of leaving family and friends behind and the excitement of making dreams come true in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth.

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A Moving to Australia must read

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Reviewed by Sharon Keen
August 13, 2011
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My friend recommended this book and what a find. I am in the process of applying for an Australia visa and I have also been to many of the “Moving to Australia” road shows in the UK but I couldn’t find any honest stories, without any sales pitch or advertising, of what it is truly like to move to Australia until I found Jump Down Under.
The in-depth and very personal accounts of what it is truly like to move to Australia had me in tears and laughter whilst providing me with insight and knowledge that has reduced my worries and sleepless nights. I am glad to see that other people have also struggled with the Visa process.
If you are in the process of moving to Australia or just thinking about it, Jump Down Under will provide you a real insight into what it is actually like to move to Australia.
A definite must read.