At 15HA we would like to continue helping migrants in Australia. So we are organising a
migrant brunch (breakfast + lunch). What is it about?
We are meeting at 11 am to speak about the migration process, adaptation, opportunities to stay for more time, work and other advice.
15HA will take a sabbatical. We have many ongoing projects and is difficult for us to update the site weekly.
cheers and we hope to write soon.
We would like to send a big hug to all our fans, friends and family. These holidays are the first we spend with our puppy Comino.
We hosted great people, started the permanent residence process and are working in several projects. It has been a year full of events and we hope the next one is full of progress.
a big hug!
At 15HA we would like to extend our help via a face to face meeting. This meeting is directed to recently arrived migrants.
Topics to talk about
First time errands (TFN, bank account, etc)
Work exploitation and salaries
Looking for housing
How to participate
Please subscribe via our site if you wish to participate. The meeting will take place at Glebe, NSW 2037, on Saturday October 22th at 11:00 (11 am). We will announce the place on an e-mail to our subscribers.
We look forward to seeing you!
We have news. Andrés got a good score in the English test we need for permanent residence. Carolina passed her knowledge driving test and got some graphic design jobs.
We traveled to France two weeks ago for Andrés sister’s wedding. We visited Paris, Lille y Nieppe.
On the 19th of September we celebrated one year in Australia. For now we just had an ice cream because we are very busy working.
Another trip for resting is waiting for us during the next holiday. We will also take Comino (our dog) to the beach.
We wait for your news as well and thanks to all of you who write comments and give support.
Baulkham Hills, for the Queen’s Birthday holiday. This place is at Sydney Northwest.
Here we present some cases where work exploitation happens near our house.
A few weeks after this video was filmed, we discovered yet another place on Glebe Point Road, near the vet clinic, that was paying less than minimum wage.
We think this is a serious situation, and hope Fair Work can investigate and uphold the law.