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37 minutes ago, AkalkiFauj said:

ot to get a few Sikhs in South America probably

yea and 3ho is working upon it. they have converted quite a few people from chile argentina into amritdhari sikhs. Even tho they r kinda controversial. 

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Thats great

i think last few yrs a lot of punjabis have been migrating to australia.  a lot of nurses etc   i think they do something called Ilit, Ilet  something like that. And they they get the girl to marry a guy first and then they both go australia   and the girl studies while guy provides financial support    its like a deal lol      3 of my cousins have done that, they married girls who have done the course and then they get to go australia with them, the deal is they work and provide while the girl continues her course 

yh   say whatever about 3ho  but they definitely are converting a lot more people than punjabi sikhs are!  

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1 hour ago, puzzled said:

Thats great

i think last few yrs a lot of punjabis have been migrating to australia.  a lot of nurses etc   i think they do something called Ilit, Ilet  something like that. And they they get the girl to marry a guy first and then they both go australia   and the girl studies while guy provides financial support    its like a deal lol      3 of my cousins have done that, they married girls who have done the course and then they get to go australia with them, the deal is they work and provide while the girl continues her course 

yh   say whatever about 3ho  but they definitely are converting a lot more people than punjabi sikhs are!  

The vast majority of Sikhs who have migrated to Australia in the last 10-15 years have via the Student Visa route.

In order to go Anglo countries, you need to do an English Language Equivalency Test (What is known as ILETS)

The reason Australia became very attractive was because you the ILETS are based on bands. Australia had a lower barrier of entry than other Anglo countries. 

It was also thought if you stay for a couple of years on student visa you can apply for PR (Permanent Residency )

But this rule has been flouted unbelievably that Australia has placed restrictions and now Canada has become very popular again via the student visa route.

Nursing has been become very popular in Punjab because it is gateway out of Punjab to Ingland, Amreeka, Keneda, Australia etc.

There are major nursing shortages and a lot of hospitals go to India (particularly Kerala in South India) and Phillipines for recruitment. 

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41 minutes ago, Ranjeet01 said:

The vast majority of Sikhs who have migrated to Australia in the last 10-15 years have via the Student Visa route.

In order to go Anglo countries, you need to do an English Language Equivalency Test (What is known as ILETS)

The reason Australia became very attractive was because you the ILETS are based on bands. Australia had a lower barrier of entry than other Anglo countries. 

It was also thought if you stay for a couple of years on student visa you can apply for PR (Permanent Residency )

But this rule has been flouted unbelievably that Australia has placed restrictions and now Canada has become very popular again via the student visa route.

Nursing has been become very popular in Punjab because it is gateway out of Punjab to Ingland, Amreeka, Keneda, Australia etc.

There are major nursing shortages and a lot of hospitals go to India (particularly Kerala in South India) and Phillipines for recruitment. 

3 of my cousins went Australia like that. They married females who did the course. One of them was dating a girl who used to stay around a relatives house at his nanke pind and he told her to do that course so they can move australia   lol! 

The thing is now   a lot of girls who have done the course get rishtas  and in return the guys family pays for the tickets, course fees and the rest. So they get married like that. But recently a lots of females have been taking money from guys families and then doing a runner!   In our pind one guy got married to a girl who did the course and was gnna go australia and his family provided all the money for the travel and fees   and when she got australia she then dumped him and hasn't called back ever since, hes stuck in the pind and has lost all that money.  My cousin in india said there have been many cases like this  so guys are now reluctant. 

A lot of the time the females already have boyfriends, so they get marries to one guy take his money for the ticket and fees  and once in Australia  they get their bf to come over. 

 

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Thank God we have built so many Gurdware in UK. In the 60s and 70s there were hardly any. The Sikhi Parchaar here is ace. Everyone knows about Sikh community.

The Sikh Sangat In Australia should build more and organise regular Samagams and Amrit Sanchaar.

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59 minutes ago, Redoptics said:

Is this true? Thought anyone can edit wikipedia 

All the sources i have seen say the same thing. Plus there are sources down below to any wikipedia article. So it is true

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