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Is it right decision to move on to Australia permanently ?

Travel Forums Australia / New Zealand & The Pacific Is it right decision to move on to Australia permanently ?

1. Posted by vrahul1984 (Inactive 3 posts) 49w

I am from India & bit confused about the country to select for immigration purpose. i did visited the country, Australia, earlier but travelling for a short span & making your new home country is very different. So, i am looking for few suggestions to take decide. I am good in studies & did B.Tech in Information Technology from a reputed Indian institute. I am looking forward to have a post graduate course in IT Field. i am confused whether to go for Toronto or to select Sydney ? I have searched a lot on Australia from internet forums like - snip- but not found anything specific about Canada states. Kindly help me in this del ima to get out of it. Regards ! :)

Edited on 16-Oct-2015, at 01:44 by vrahul1984

[ Edit: Sorry, no promos please. ]

2. Posted by Borisborough (Respected Member 430 posts) 49w

Perhaps you need to detail why you want to leave India for another country - what are you looking for; what are you wanting in a new country? Then in might be possible to give you advice on which of the two might be most suitable.

3. Posted by vrahul1984 (Inactive 3 posts) 49w

well, my friend is having business out there in Sydney & he is inviting me to share the part. i am just confused whether to go or not ?... plz. suggest....

4. Posted by Borisborough (Respected Member 430 posts) 49w

Is your friend already in Sydney and has his business already started? Is his business IT based? Do you have another friend in Toronto who has a business you could share too? Is it not possible for you to get a job or start a business where you are in India?

5. Posted by vrahul1984 (Inactive 3 posts) 49w

he is based Sydney & having business of restra.

6. Posted by Travel16 (Budding Member 49 posts) 49w

Take the plunge.

7. Posted by MajesticSights (Budding Member 2 posts) 49w

Look into the process first, it costs alot and takes years to become a permanent resident of Australia.

8. Posted by maps2anywhere (Budding Member 42 posts) 49w

Since you have never been to Australia, I think you are going to have tough time there. Unless you learn about the country, their people, their culture, and where the market places are, you certainly won't feel at home in any foreign country. However, if I were you, I would choose Sydney as it has a lot of opportunities for Indians to make better career. Plus it has lots of tourist attractions. Care to watch the Australia Travel Videos to learn more about the a country.