Getting Down under Gets translated

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getting down under goes multilingualGetting down under has been around for a number of years now and during this time we we’ve written quite a large number of articles.

I know that it’s a given that you need to speak a decent level of English to migrate to Australia, the IELTS tests see to that, however I’m also mindful that English may not necessarily be the first language of all the visitors who come to our site.

With this in mind we are in the process of translating Getting Down Under into Multiple languages.

Apart from the  native English version of Getting Down Under we have choosen to translate Getting Down Under into four additional languages.

From today  getting Down Under is now available in Italian, German, French and Spanish.

We’ve translated over 900 pages at time of typing and will extend into additional languages as time goes on.

I’m not saying the translations will  be perfect but hope the translations will helps those folks who’s first language is not native English to find some useful information on our site. :D



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    Hi get married before 4 months I already apply for my visa. My wife is Australian citizen. My wife I preagnent do I tell the immi AUS. When should I get the p r in Australia. My visa in still processing. Immi give me p r after processing the file or I should wait for two year period. Thanks