For example, if a couple is applying for an electoral residence visa, if only the name of a spouse appears on the rental agreement and the indication that the property is rented to them with their spouse (without the explicit information of the spouse), the consulate can refuse the visa, even if a marriage certificate is presented to the consulate. The same applies to children, if applicable: all information relating to children must be expressly included in the rental agreement. The main point you need to keep in mind with the Skilled Nominated visa is that you commit to living and working in your nominated state or territory within the first two years of your new life in Australia. Then you can move somewhere else if you want. If you have a second working holiday visa that you can obtain by working in a particular regional or rural area, you can return to work for an additional six months for an employer you worked with on your first working holiday visa. Before you take a long-term interest in renting a property, you will probably want to get a good idea of the areas studied by establishments, schools, commercial districts and the proximity of your work. It is advisable to book short-term accommodation when you first arrive in Australia to give yourself some freedom to look at rented properties in different areas and not commit to something longer term without having a good idea of the area that fits your needs. Once you have found the property you wish to rent and after discussing the rental conditions informally with the owner and/or owner, you can send us a draft for our comments.. . .