Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak is one step closer to becoming a permanent Australian resident and citizen.
Sydney: Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak is one step closer to becoming a permanent Australian resident and citizen.
Wozniak told Australian tech blog Gizmodo he was finalising the paperwork for a move down under.
Steve Jobs 's former right hand man, who quit the company in 1987, said it is his priority this month to finish some medical and police reports for residency application.
He said that once he has a residency permit he might get a place to live, but he is planning a few years before living in Australia full time, News.com.au reports.
Wozniak added that once he is living in Australia full time, or a major amount of it, he could work toward citizenship.
According to the report, in September Wozniak told the Australian Financial Review the national broadband network was one of the reasons he wanted to become a citizen.