Since our Inception, The Australian Community has held a commemoration for the Ten Australians who perished on September 11, 2001.
On September 15, 2018 we again commemorated these fallen Australians with a flag raising ceremony at Bowling Green in NYC.
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NYC Basic Tips and Etiquette
New York can be an intimidating city for any tourist. As with any metropolis, there are certain tips and unwritten etiquette that if not followed, can leave even the most seasoned traveler suffering the ire of a New Yorker, or worse, victim of a scam.
Illustrator and New Yorker a Nathan Pyle has released a book NYC Basic Tips and Etiquette that could be very helpful to Aussies arriving in New York. Below are just a few of the animated gifs contained in the e-book and available on Amazon and iTunes.
Definitely worth the investment!
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Why did the Koala cross the Road?
Transportation around a US city can take many forms. This chapter will look at some of the different options of public and private transportation, as well as helpful tips on safely arriving at your destination.
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On Wednesday June 14, 2017 The Australian Community held a private networking event at Bluestone Lane’s DUMBO location in New York to record a video of the Top 10 Questions asked of The Australian Community.
Some of the answers captured in the thirty minute video revealed a number of common mistakes (and incorrect assumptions) made by Australian expats living in New York and the broader US. Continue reading “10 Questions asked by Australians Living in New York”
Diving into the deepest end of the most shark infested pool on the planet may be no brainer when it comes to taking your career to the next level. However, without a social or professional lifeline, you are going to face some serious challenges.
The Australian Community is a 501(c)(3) public charity whose mission is to connect Australians living in the US through social, professional and charitable initiatives.
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Since the new Administration has signaled sweeping changes to the US’s policy on immigration, The Australian Community has been approached by many of its members who are concerned that the E3 visa may be abolished.
Clearly they are concerned about the potential economic and social impact that this will have on thousands of Australians living and working in the US.
Continue reading “5 reasons why the E3 visa is not going away anytime soon.”