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2012-07-09 03:26:35 AM
I don't think Australia is going to welcome that many special needs kids with open arms.
She doesn't just get welfare, food stamps, and housing, those kids have medical bills, and special care bills in the hundreds of thousands each year.
She sure as hell isn't going to make it as an author, she's tried, and she's also butt ugly, so she isn't going to make it as a model either.
 
2012-07-09 03:28:26 AM
Yeah, right. Like Australia would allow her to move to their country without any means of steady income.
 
2012-07-09 03:29:20 AM

Bathia_Mapes: Yeah, right. Like Australia would allow her to move to their country without any means of steady income.


This post is a repeat. I can tell from some of the repetition and seeing a lot of repeats in my day.
 
2012-07-09 03:34:17 AM

TommyymmoT: I don't think Australia is going to welcome that many special needs kids with open arms.
She doesn't just get welfare, food stamps, and housing, those kids have medical bills, and special care bills in the hundreds of thousands each year.
She sure as hell isn't going to make it as an author, she's tried, and she's also butt ugly, so she isn't going to make it as a model either.


Balderdash! She's an American. EVERYONE wants Americans to move to their country. Besides, those dingoes have to eat SOMETHING.
 
2012-07-09 03:39:55 AM

doglover: Bathia_Mapes: Yeah, right. Like Australia would allow her to move to their country without any means of steady income.

This post is a repeat. I can tell from some of the repetition and seeing a lot of repeats in my day.


Hey, it's not a repeat post, it's a multipurpose post. :-D
 
2012-07-09 03:40:37 AM

nekom: TommyymmoT: I don't think Australia is going to welcome that many special needs kids with open arms.
She doesn't just get welfare, food stamps, and housing, those kids have medical bills, and special care bills in the hundreds of thousands each year.
She sure as hell isn't going to make it as an author, she's tried, and she's also butt ugly, so she isn't going to make it as a model either.

Balderdash! She's an American. EVERYONE wants Americans to move to their country. Besides, those dingoes have to eat SOMETHING.

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She could change all her kids' names to DINGO CHOWTM.
 
2012-07-09 03:46:04 AM
www.ishitnoise.com
 
2012-07-09 04:01:32 AM
Promise? For keeps?
 
2012-07-09 04:01:46 AM
So, any Australians in this thread that can address the issue of her moving to Australia?

More importantly, even if she has relatives living in Australia, would she be allowed to move there with no steady income, 14 children, many of whom are special needs, etc. I doubt the Australian government would be willing to pay to support her and her children and I wouldn't blame them a bit for refusing to do so.

In short, does anyone know what the requirements are for emigrating to Australia?
 
2012-07-09 04:07:29 AM

Bathia_Mapes:
In short, does anyone know what the requirements are for emigrating to Australia?



My information may be slightly out of date, but I believe it involves stealing a silk handkerchief from a shop while not pregnant.
 
2012-07-09 04:55:11 AM

Bathia_Mapes: So, any Australians in this thread that can address the issue of her moving to Australia?

More importantly, even if she has relatives living in Australia, would she be allowed to move there with no steady income, 14 children, many of whom are special needs, etc. I doubt the Australian government would be willing to pay to support her and her children and I wouldn't blame them a bit for refusing to do so.

In short, does anyone know what the requirements are for emigrating to Australia?

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I took a quick look, and it's complicated.
Like many other countries, they seem to have a point system.
The skilled, and educated are obviously favored, and every member of your family has to pass a health exam.
Even if you pass the exam, government benefits don't kick in until you've been living there for 104 weeks.
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In order to obtain a visa to move to Australia, you need to pass the required health standards. The examination is different for each applicant, based on the country of origin and intended stay in Australia. For a temporary visa, those over 70, those known of having a medical condition, those who are likely to enter a hospital and those who will be in a classroom environment are required to take the health examinations. For a permanent visa, everyone in your family must meet the health requirements.

You must also pass a character requirement, in which you have to submit police records. In order to become a citizen of Australia, you must be a legal resident for five years, but there are different requirements depending on when you apply. You are also required to pass a citizenship test.
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In short, I don't think she has a chance in hell
 
2012-07-09 05:04:15 AM
Well, bye.
 
2012-07-09 05:07:17 AM
Where in Australia? Maybe Maralinga? Or Carnac Island?

Although Carnac may be too close to Perth for a lot of people's tastes... And since I'm beginning a semester in Perth in a week, that includes me...
 
2012-07-09 05:16:52 AM

TommyymmoT: Bathia_Mapes: So, any Australians in this thread that can address the issue of her moving to Australia?

More importantly, even if she has relatives living in Australia, would she be allowed to move there with no steady income, 14 children, many of whom are special needs, etc. I doubt the Australian government would be willing to pay to support her and her children and I wouldn't blame them a bit for refusing to do so.

In short, does anyone know what the requirements are for emigrating to Australia?
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I took a quick look, and it's complicated.
Like many other countries, they seem to have a point system.
The skilled, and educated are obviously favored, and every member of your family has to pass a health exam.
Even if you pass the exam, government benefits don't kick in until you've been living there for 104 weeks.
============

In order to obtain a visa to move to Australia, you need to pass the required health standards. The examination is different for each applicant, based on the country of origin and intended stay in Australia. For a temporary visa, those over 70, those known of having a medical condition, those who are likely to enter a hospital and those who will be in a classroom environment are required to take the health examinations. For a permanent visa, everyone in your family must meet the health requirements.

You must also pass a character requirement, in which you have to submit police records. In order to become a citizen of Australia, you must be a legal resident for five years, but there are different requirements depending on when you apply. You are also required to pass a citizenship test.
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In short, I don't think she has a chance in hell


Thanks. That's pretty much what I figured. I'd say it's unlikely all her children would pass the health exam. Her third son, Aidan reportedly is severely autistic and can't feed nor dress himself and still wears diapers. Her twins have speech delays and IIRC, one of the octuplets was born with a cleft lip, which I don't believe has been repaired yet. Some of the octuplets are reported to have speech delays as well, which could indicated hearing problems.
 
2012-07-09 05:45:27 AM
The really interesting part is all of you pretending to care enough about her to post an opinion.

Oh, and Mapes repeated. THAT was farking funny.
 
2012-07-09 06:47:28 AM
Wars have been declared for less.
 
2012-07-09 07:31:10 AM
Undoubtedly, the move is part of realizing her dream of becoming a dingo rancher.
 
2012-07-09 07:34:19 AM
They can have her. Good riddance.
 
2012-07-09 07:35:31 AM
Octomom, that's a strange name, I would call her a dingbat.
 
2012-07-09 07:35:37 AM
Hey Australia. America here.

Sorry about this. Seriously.

Yeah, yeah, we don't want her either. But we didn't kick her out or anything. She wants to be with you guys, not us anymore.

Hey, who are we to stand in the way of her dreams?

I hope we're still cool after this.

Love, America

Word of advice, though, she might blend in well with the rest of the uglies in Melbourne. You might want to suggest to her to move there. Just a suggestion.
 
2012-07-09 07:38:01 AM
IE, "I couldn't exploit my stupidity for fame and fortune in the United States so I'm going to hope that Australia will be easier"
 
2012-07-09 07:40:24 AM
I moved to Australia from the United States 2 years ago. I didn't have 14 kids and I barely got in. Yes you need a job or a desired skill. But the family thing might be a factor...

/maybe if she comes on a boat from Indonesia
 
2012-07-09 07:42:02 AM
Your 15 minutes was up, two years ago.
 
2012-07-09 07:43:31 AM
I don't believe Australia will take her and that brood of little Hitlers.
 
2012-07-09 07:46:37 AM
The important thing here is that if she renounces her US citizenship, she'll never get it back. That means she'll never be allowed in the US again for longer than 90 days at a time.

My condolences to the fine, drunken people of Australia.
 
2012-07-09 07:49:36 AM

apotheosis27: I moved to Australia from the United States 2 years ago. I didn't have 14 kids and I barely got in. Yes you need a job or a desired skill. But the family thing might be a factor...

/maybe if she comes on a boat from Indonesia


When applying for my wife's visa it was made very clear that she would not be elegible for any welfare or support in Australia (i think until permanent residency or citizenship). Her family already here would have to agree to sponsor and support all her (and her spawn's) costs. Even then, as said previously, the medical condition of her crotchfruit makes it very unlikely she will get in.
 
2012-07-09 07:51:48 AM
she did a pron? eeewwww
 
2012-07-09 07:54:07 AM
She will become venomous as soon as she enters the country.
 
2012-07-09 07:56:29 AM

kmmontandon: Bathia_Mapes:
In short, does anyone know what the requirements are for emigrating to Australia?


My information may be slightly out of date, but I believe it involves stealing a silk handkerchief from a shop while not pregnant.


lol, thread over.
 
2012-07-09 07:59:01 AM
subby: Snakes, Spiders, Sharks. Now another disgusting creature is coming to Australia

Cougars?

/window seat please
 
2012-07-09 08:02:46 AM
The United States could sweeten the deal by adding the entire cast of Jersey Shore. Imagine, a television series about a party house owned by Octomom- and the situations that could occur when drunken Jersey people meet similar Aussies.
 
2012-07-09 08:04:45 AM
It took me 18 months, $2000 and a whole heap of paperwork to get my Australian visa, and I had to prove I had a degree and multiple years experience in a skill that the country is currently short on.
There are ways around it, for instance there is a special exemption for individuals of 'high net worth', and if you're under 30 you're allowed to come over for two years so long as you don't work more than six months in any one job. Also there are special ways in for students. The 'relatives in Australia' routes that I know of require more than an uncle. You can come over if more than 50% of your kids live here, and I think you can come over easier if your parents are here. It's also easier if you promise to go and live in the countryside, but countryside australia is more remote than nearly anything else on the planet.

That's about it.
 
2012-07-09 08:07:44 AM
FTFA: The mum of 14 has also appeared in a naked photoshoot for Closer magazine, which she says she was paid $8000 for, and a porn video entitled Octomom: Home Alone.

What a fabulous role model. I wish they'd just stop paying attention to her. She's sick.
 
2012-07-09 08:09:40 AM

Gothnet: [...] but countryside australia is more remote than nearly anything else on the planet.


Only outdone by the Plateau of Leng?
 
2012-07-09 08:09:54 AM

6655321: The United States could sweeten the deal by adding the entire cast of Jersey Shore. Imagine, a television series about a party house owned by Octomom- and the situations that could occur when drunken Jersey people meet similar Aussies.


hahaha you may get your wish

Link

The Gold Coast is the Jersey Shore of Australia.
 
2012-07-09 08:14:23 AM

turboke: Gothnet: [...] but countryside australia is more remote than nearly anything else on the planet.

Only outdone by the Plateau of Leng?


I believe the priest in yellow plays it's insane flute-music somewhere in the deep-dark beneath Tennant Creek, sending the denizens into a drunken orgy of violence every night. Alternatively it's just a remote mining town full of manly-men with nothing better to do with their time than get hammered and beat the tar out of each other.
 
2012-07-09 08:14:39 AM
She will never be gainfully employed based on the fact that the title of Australia's Biggest AW has and always will go to Russell Crowe.

Also, as an Australian, I would just like to say,
i2.kym-cdn.com
 
2012-07-09 08:17:55 AM
Again I ask, why isn't that fertility doctor paying child support?
 
2012-07-09 08:21:57 AM
What in the wide world of artificial insemination did Australia ever do to deserve this?

Right, Vegemite.
 
2012-07-09 08:23:26 AM
Only 8 grand for a porno??
 
2012-07-09 08:26:48 AM
So its hard to get into Oz yet in good old America all you have to do is clear the fence or float up on a raft and apply for gov. aid? I think entry into ANY country should be like job application..prove your worth first.
 
2012-07-09 08:27:52 AM
What are the odds that she goes over on an extended vscation and Dingos eat all the special needs crotchfruit?
 
2012-07-09 08:29:10 AM
Don't let the door hit you on your way out.
 
2012-07-09 08:35:03 AM

Bathia_Mapes: So, any Australians in this thread that can address the issue of her moving to Australia?

More importantly, even if she has relatives living in Australia, would she be allowed to move there with no steady income, 14 children, many of whom are special needs, etc. I doubt the Australian government would be willing to pay to support her and her children and I wouldn't blame them a bit for refusing to do so.

In short, does anyone know what the requirements are for emigrating to Australia?


It's no easier than being accepted as an immigrant to the US. If her only means of support is welfare she won't be accepted. To be accepted she would have to show that she can support herself and needs to be qualified with a skill that is in short supply. Like nursing or certain types of I.T. Or she would have to show a reason why she should be accepted as a refugee fleeing genuine persecution.

Also, Australians are no more laid back than anyone else. I don't know where that stereotype has come from but most Australians have bought into it as well.
 
2012-07-09 08:36:29 AM
images.nationalgeographic.com

Approves.
 
2012-07-09 08:37:03 AM
We know it looks like toxic waste dumping,Aussies,and for that we're sorry.
 
2012-07-09 08:37:06 AM
If any Aussie marries that human detritus and gives her a foot in the door, he will be tarred and feathered.

Do. Not. Want.
 
2012-07-09 08:38:22 AM
She just wants the dingos to eat her babies!

OMG!
 
2012-07-09 08:39:35 AM
Octomom Dundee?

"That's not a vagina. THIS is a vagina!"
 
2012-07-09 08:45:32 AM
I have a friend whos entire family except her grandmother lived here in Australia and somehow she ended up with a travel visa here even with her bad health. They applied for a permeant visa for the grandmother and were told she would be rejected. The grandmother had a pension from Spain that covered her medical expenses here. They ended up getting a letter from a doctor saying that it would be very risky for her to fly back home. The department of immigration stalled until it no longer mattered.
 
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