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General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by bellong: 6:11am On Apr 17, 2016
This thread aims at providing guide, instructions and genuine advice to prospective applicants for Australian permanent resident visa through the skilled migration program. For those looking to apply for study (student) visa, the link below will be more useful as it has enough information about applying to schools and Australian study visa. This new thread is specifically for permanent resident visa application.

Prospective students, follow this thread.. http://www.nairaland.com/2338380/general-australian-visa-enquiries-part

By way of introduction, Australia has a number of pathway to getting permanent resident status but the easiest is the skilled migration. Skilled migration, as the name implies means opportunity for both "academic skilled and technical skilled" people to migrate legally and permanently to Australia. The program was originally designed to address skill shortages in the country generally, so they came up with a system that attracts people who can meet the minimum requirements.

There are five visa subclass in the skilled migration pathway namely Subclass 189 (Independent), 190 (State sponsored), 489 (Regional/nominated provisional), 132 (Business Talent) and 188 (Business Innovation and investment, provisional). I will be talking strictly on the first three. See link for Australian Border Force's website for the skilled migration.. http://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Work/Skil

The three visa subclass, 189, 190 and 489 are for professionals, technologists, artisans and trade workers who can meet up to minimum of 60points for 189, 55points for 190 and 50 points for 489. I will explain how the points are calculated, occupation list and application in the subsequent posts.


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For easy access, I have attached the following documents . There will not be need resending or asking if people do read.

1, Reference letter sample
2, Statutory declaration sample
3, Vetasses general occupations list/instructions


DISCLAIMER:

THE CONTENTS OF THIS THREAD ARE STRICTLY THE OPINIONS OF THE AUTHOR. NONE SHOULD BE TAKEN AS MIGRATION ADVICE. FOR MIGRATION ADVICE.

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by Flexherbal(m): 6:30am On Apr 17, 2016
A well cooked meal!
Very informative.

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by bellong: 7:03am On Apr 17, 2016
As explained earlier, the skilled migration program is a point based system and requires minimum of 60 points for you to be invited to apply. The points are calculated below...

1. AGE: [/b]18 - 24 years (25 points)
25 - 32 years (30 points)
33 - 39 years (25 points)
40 - 44 years (15 points)
45 - 49 years (0 points)

2.[b] [size=18pt]ENGLISH LANGUAGE ABILITY:[/size]
2.1 Competent English (0 point :
To prove that you have competent English you must provide evidence of one of the following:
a. You hold a valid passport issued by the United Kingdom, the United States of America, Canada, New Zealand or the
Republic of Ireland and you are a citizen of that country.
b. You have achieved a score of at least 6 in each of the four test components (speaking, reading, listening and writing) in
IELTS
c. You have achieved a score of at least 'B' in each of the four test components of an Occupational English Test (OET).
d. You have achieved the following minimum test scores in each of the four test components: 12 for listening, 13 for
reading, 21 for writing and 18 for speaking, in a Test of English as a Foreign Language internet-based test (TOEFL iBT).
e. You have achieved a test score of at least 50 in each of the four test components (speaking, reading, listening and
writing) in a Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic
f. You have achieved a test score of at least 169 in each of the four test components (speaking, reading, listening and
writing) in a Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) test that has been undertaken on or after 1 January 2015 and prior to
lodging the visa.

2.2 PROFICIENT ENGLISH (10 Points):
To prove that you have proficient English you must provide evidence of one of the following:
a. You have achieved a score of at least 7.0 in each of the four test components (speaking, reading, listening and writing)
in IELTS.
b. You have achieved a score of at least 'B' in each of the four test components of an Occupational English Test (OET).
c. You have achieved the following minimum test scores in each of the four test components: 24 for listening, 24 for
reading, 27 for writing and[b] 23[/b] for speaking, in a Test of English as a Foreign Language internet-based test (TOEFL iBT).
d. You have achieved a test score of at least 65 in each of the four test components (speaking, reading, listening and
writing) in a Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic
e. You have achieved a test score of at least 185 in each of the four test components (speaking, reading, listening and
writing) in a Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) test that has been undertaken on or after 1 January 2015 and prior to
lodging the visa.

2.3 SUPERIOR ENGLISH (20 Points):
To prove that you have superior English you must provide evidence of one of the following:

a. You have achieved a score of at least 8.0 in each of the four test components (speaking, reading, listening and writing)
in IELTS.
b. You have achieved a score of at least 'A' in each of the four test components of an Occupational English Test (OET).
c. You have achieved the following minimum test scores in each of the four test components: 28 for listening, 29 for
reading, 30 for writing and[b] 26[/b] for speaking, in a Test of English as a Foreign Language internet-based test (TOEFL iBT).
d. You have achieved a test score of at least 79 in each of the four test components (speaking, reading, listening and
writing) in a Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic
e. You have achieved a test score of at least 200 in each of the four test components (speaking, reading, listening and
writing) in a Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) test that has been undertaken on or after 1 January 2015 and prior to
lodging the visa.

3. [size=18pt]SKILLED EMPLOYMENT:[/size]
To claim points for skilled employment you must have, in the 10 years before you were invited to apply, at least 20 hours
of paid work per week in your nominated skilled occupation and/or a closely related occupation.
Skilled employment is where:
the relevant assessing authority provides an opinion in your suitable skills assessment that your employment is
skilled (you must use the date that skilled employment commenced stated in your skills assessment)
your employment experience meets the standards for skilled employment set by the relevant assessing authority.
0 - 3 years experience.. (0 Point)
3 - 5 years experience.. (5 points) At least 3yrs but less than 5 years
5 - 8 years experience.. (10 points) At least 5 years but less than 8 years
8 - 10 years experience. (15 points). At least 8 years.


4. [size=18pt]QUALIFICATION[/size]

Doctorate from an Australian educational institution or other doctorate of a recognised standard. 20 points

At least a bachelor degree from an Australian educational institution or other degree of a recognised standard.. 15 points

Diploma or trade qualification completed in Australia 10 points

An award or qualification recognised by the assessing authority in the assessment of the skilled occupation 10 points

5. Australian Study Requirements.... This is only for those who studied or are studying in Australia...

One or more degrees, diplomas or trade qualifications awarded by an Australian educational institution and meet the Australian
study requirements 5 Points.

6. [size=18pt]OTHER FACTORS[/size]

A. Credentialled community language qualifications 5 POINTS

B. Study in regional Australia or a low population growth metropolitan area (excluding distance education) 5 POINTS

C. Partner skill qualifications 5 POIINTS

D. Professional year in Australia for at least 12 months in the four years before the day you were invited to apply 5 POINTS

7. [size=18pt]NOMINATION/SPONSORSHIP (WHERE REQUIRED)[/size]

A. Nomination by state or territory government (visa subclass 190 only)..... 5 POINTS

B. Nomination by state or territory government or sponsorship by an eligible family member to reside and work in a
specified/designated area (visa subclass 489 only).......................... 10 POINTS

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by jabberjawz: 7:09am On Apr 17, 2016
Following......

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by tunai(m): 7:26am On Apr 17, 2016
Really good idea yo have a separate thread for PR.
PLEASE HOW DO I REGISTER FOR PTE-A, I HAVE TRIED PAYING ONLINE BUT IT DID NOT WORK.
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by bellong: 7:30am On Apr 17, 2016
You will begin to ask yourself, what do I do after knowing how the points are calculated. The first step is to know whether your skill/occupation is among the skills/occupation required or needed for migration. There are two (2) types of list which I will explain below.

1. Skilled Occupation List (SOL)... Find the link below

https://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Work/Work/Skills-assessment-and-assessing-authorities/skilled-occupations-lists/SOL

2. Consolidated Sponsored Occupation List (CSOL).... Find the link below.

https://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Work/Work/Skills-assessment-and-assessing-authorities/skilled-occupations-lists/CSOL

[b] With effect from 19 April, 2017, the SOL/CSOL lists have been replaced with Medium and Long Term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL) and Short Term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL). Continue reading for links and details.


Where your occupation is in any of the two lists will determine what subclass you can apply for. If you see your occupation in MLTSSL list, you can apply for subclass 189, if it is on STSOL list, you can apply for either 190 or 489 which are states/regional areas sponsored visa. However, you can find your occupation in both list, it means you can apply for any of the three if you don't meet up to 60 points on your own, you will need either 5 or 10 points from State or Regional area as the case may be.

1. If you are applying for Visa subclass(es) 189, 489 (Family Nominated) or 485 (Graduate work stream), you must nominate an occupation on the Medium and Long Term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL). Find link below

http://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Work/Work/Skills-assessment-and-assessing-authorities/skilled-occupations-lists/mltssl

In the MLTSSL list, there are 16 occupations with double asterisk. This means that these occupations are not available for a 457 sponsored visa in the new structure.


2. Although there is no separate list for Short-Term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL), however there is a combined list of eligible occupations for those seeking to apply for Visa subclass(es) 190 and 489 (State or Territory nominated). These two are our business on the list. Below is the link to the list

http://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Work/Work/Skills-assessment-and-assessing-authorities/skilled-occupations-lists/combined-stsol-mltssl

If your occupation can only be found in the combined occupation list (STSOL), it means you require a state or territory government to sponsor you. The link below has the websites of all the States. Check each to confirm if your occupation is being sponsored by any state.
https://skillselect.govspace.gov.au/2013/04/26/i-am-seeking-state-or-territory-government-nomination

[/b]

On the list, in front of each occupation is ANZSCO code and Assessing authority. The code is the occupation code for easy reference and the assessing authority is the body responsible for assessing your claimed skill/occupation and qualification.

Once you find your occupation on any of the list and in the case of STSOL, there is a state sponsoring it, go to the assessing authority website to know requirements needed for your assessment. Each assessing authority has different requirements, so it is not a one size fits all. All the assessing authority can be reached by clicking them on any of the list (it will direct you to their website). Below is the link to all the assessing authorities.
http://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Work/Work/Skills-assessment-and-assessing-authorities/assessing-authorities

Some assessing authorities require that you meet a minimum level in English language by writing IELTS/TOEFL/OET/PTE while some do not require English language score. Detailed information can be found on your assessing authority's website.

Because you need points from English language test, there is no rule as which is to do first, either write English or assess your skill. However, for those that their assessing authority requires English language test, you must write one first before submitting application for assessment. If your body doesn't need the test before assessment, you can write later or same time as assessment. Endeavour to score at least a proficient score as outlined above to get minimum of 10 points depending on your circumstances.


Once you get a positive response/assessment from your assessing authority, you are 80% done with the application. Next step is to fill in the Expression of Interest which can be found in the link here https://skillselect.gov.au/SKILLSELECT/ExpressionOfInterest/PreReg/Start

After filling the EOI, wait to be invited, once invited, apply for your visa... do medical test and police report, then wait for your visa approval, which unlike before is no longer slow to be approved.


If you are diligent and follow the process through, it should take you maximum of 9 months from scratch to visa approval going by the current trend...

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by bellong: 7:46am On Apr 17, 2016
If your occupation is found only on the STSOL (combined) list, it means you have no alternative than to apply for state sponsorship.

Difference between visa subclass 189, 190 and 489 is that in 189, you do not need any sponsorship to apply once you meet minimum of 60 points. You can live in any of the Australian states you want while 190 subclass requires that you have a moral obligation to live and work for at least 2 years in the state that sponsored you before moving to any other state. For visa 489, honestly, this subclass is not really a good subclass and I don't really advise people to apply for it because it is not a permanent resident visa but a pathway to getting permanent resident. in 489 subclass, you are not entitled to Medicare, which is the government's subsidised program for healthcare as medical care is very expensive and the visa does not accord you any government's support. It is just a work visa that provides you a pathway to applying for PR after living in regional area for at least 2 years. I must state that the process for 489 is same as 189 and 190 including the fee. Only that in 489, you can get 10 points if you can't make 60 or 55 points depending on your case and where your occupation is listed.

That being said, if your occupation is only on the combined list (STSOL), it means you can only apply for State/Regional sponsored visa (190 and 489). And not all the occupations on the STSOL list are sponsored by states. To know the states sponsoring your occupation, check the status in this website by typing your occupation or the code https://www.anzscosearch.com/search/


Below are the websites of all the states and territory..

http://skillselect.govspace.gov.au/2013/04/26/i-am-seeking-state-or-territory-government-nomination/


You will also need to navigate the website of the state you are interested in her nomination for the requirements and how to apply.

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by dunmotuscana(m): 7:49am On Apr 17, 2016
Are you an agent?

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by bellong: 7:52am On Apr 17, 2016
In summary, find below the steps in applying...


1. Check if your occupation is on MLTSSL/STSOL or nominate a closely related occupation that you can prove. Also check the quota percentage to know if you still stand a chance. You can search for occupations and assessment info on www.anzscosearch.com & Dibp site.

2. Write English test (PTE, IELTS, Toefl) based on your preference and your skill assessment body requirement.

3. Check your assessment requirement from your assessing body and submit your application providing them with the necessary documents.

4. Calculate your points based on your situation.

5. Submit your EOI if you have up to 60 points and wait for invitation.

6. Lodge visa and make payment after invitation. Frontload medicals, PCC and form 80 may help fasten your processing.


NB


For some occupations like Doctors, Nurses,(Most medical and health related professions), Social workers, Lawyers and Psychologists, you will first need to be registered with the registration body of each profession before you can start Permanent resident visa processing. Some require that you write some exams before you are registered while some don't. Detailed information can be found on the body's website.

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by nanaman(m): 8:12am On Apr 17, 2016
Chilops

Nice idea bro..!
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by 40manlappy: 8:23am On Apr 17, 2016
Finally! Clamored for this sometimes ago.

Thanks Oga bellong. Following bumper to bumper wink

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by SUJYDEE(m): 8:58am On Apr 17, 2016
Wao.... What a good job bruv!
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by SUJYDEE(m): 9:08am On Apr 17, 2016
Please, from records ; has anyone really gotten a positive assessment from assessing closely related job experiences. The job descriptions are same but the job title on my employment offer is different from what they have on the SOL.
And again I want to ask how to go about employment statutory declaration. I work with a multinational and it is not in there policy to issue employment reference letter and I don't really want to go through the back door to arrange one.
Thanks
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by premiracle: 9:09am On Apr 17, 2016
Thank you do much bellong. This is a perfect job done here God bless you real good.

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by bellong: 9:21am On Apr 17, 2016
SUJYDEE:
Please, from records ; has anyone really gotten a positive assessment from assessing closely related job experiences. The job descriptions are same but the job title on my employment offer is different from what they have on the SOL.
And again I want to ask how to go about employment statutory declaration. I work with a multinational and it is not in there policy to issue employment reference letter and I don't really want to go through the back door to arrange one.
Thanks

Getting a positive assessment from a closely related job experience is the prerogative of the assessing authority. However, if you have considerable years of experience, you can get positive assessment as some bodies replace experience in lieu of the qualification.

If it is title that differs but same job description, then it will not affect you. The bodies take into consideration strictly the job description.

Statutory declaration is very easy. Each body has guideline on how to write it. Anyway, it is same as what your employer will write, only that this time, you will certify it in court or notary public as being truthful and honest. Then you include contact details of your supervisor or manager. When using statutory declaration, make sure you provide enough evidence to support your claim like offer letter, promotion letter (if any).

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by Solitin40: 9:28am On Apr 17, 2016
dunmotuscana:
Are you an agent?
NO
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by SUJYDEE(m): 9:32am On Apr 17, 2016
bellong:


Getting a positive assessment from a closely related job experience is the prerogative of the assessing authority. However, if you have considerable years of experience, you can get positive assessment as some bodies replace experience in lieu of the qualification.

If it is title that differs but same job description, then it will not affect you. The bodies take into consideration strictly the job description.

Statutory declaration is very easy. Each body has guideline on how to write it. Anyway, it is same as what your employer will write, only that this time, you will certify it in court or notary public as being truthful and honest. Then you include contact details of your supervisor or manager. When using statutory declaration, make sure you provide enough evidence to support your claim like offer letter, promotion letter (if any).

Thanks bruv... It's just the job titles that differ.
As regards the statutory declaration, exactly what I read from TRA guidelines and I think I will go for it. My bosses are ready to refer me.
Once again, good job!
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by premiracle: 10:00am On Apr 17, 2016
SUJYDEE:
Please, from records ; has anyone really gotten a positive assessment from assessing closely related job experiences. The job descriptions are same but the job title on my employment offer is different from what they have on the SOL.
And again I want to ask how to go about employment statutory declaration. I work with a multinational and it is not in there policy to issue employment reference letter and I don't really want to go through the back door to arrange one.
Thanks
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by premiracle: 10:00am On Apr 17, 2016
Statutory Declarations

If you are not able to obtain an employment reference on company letterhead, a Statutory Declaration outlining the reasons for this, may be considered. You will need to include third party documentation such as taxation certificates, employment contracts, payslips, a letter from a work colleague confirming your relationship and work duties, as well as any other relevant information that verifies employment.
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by hordunayodt: 1:08pm On Apr 17, 2016
Thanks bosses for this new thread, it's highly appreciated.
Wanna know,if someone has 55points after all addition, how does he /she goes about state nomination for csol to get additional 5 points. Is it during EOI submission, or the person had to apply for that separately. Thanks
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by bblessed: 3:34pm On Apr 17, 2016
@ belong thanks so much for this.you made me understand the PR thing more.God will bless you more and more
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by bellong: 8:19pm On Apr 17, 2016
hordunayodt:
Thanks bosses for this new thread, it's highly appreciated.
Wanna know,if someone has 55points after all addition, how does he /she goes about state nomination for csol to get additional 5 points. Is it during EOI submission, or the person had to apply for that separately. Thanks

Some states prefer you only indicate on your EOI interest for sponsorship and you must choose them alone. While others prefer you apply with them first after submitting your EOI.

For detailed information, go to the State of your interest website. Link is up there.
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by okpas12: 11:01pm On Apr 17, 2016
Thanks very much Oga bellong.This is timely for people that need explanations for the whole skilled migration process and i want to assure you that Nairalander's like us that have successfully gone through the process will be willing to make meaningful contributions that will keep this thread alive. Thanks once again my boss!

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by malmo: 11:37pm On Apr 17, 2016
dunmotuscana:
Are you an agent?

He is not!

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by malmo: 11:51pm On Apr 17, 2016
bellong:
In summary, find below the steps in applying...


1. Check if your occupation is on sol or nominate a closely related occupation that you can prove. Also check the quota percentage to know if you still stand a chance. You can search for occupations and assessment info on www.anzscosearch.com & Dibp site.

2. Write English test (PTE, IELTS, Toefl) based on your preference and your skill assessment body requirement.

3. Check your assessment requirement from your assessing body and submit your application providing them with the necessary documents.

4. Calculate your points based on your situation.

5. Submit your EOI if you have up to 60 points and wait for invitation.

6. Lodge visa and make payment after invitation. Frontload medicals, PCC and form 80 may help fasten your processing.


NB


For some occupations like Doctors, Nurses,(Most medical and health related professions), Social workers, Lawyers and Psychologists, you will first need to be registered with the registration body of each profession before you can start Permanent resident visa processing. Some require that you write some exams before you are registered while some don't. Detailed information can be found on the body's website.



Licensing Body for Medical and Allied medicals

https://www.ahpra.gov.au/
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by ChisOsin: 6:58am On Apr 18, 2016
Good morning everyone....
Thank God for this new thread made specifically for skilled/migrate..
I asked some questions in the other thread like 2 tiwce and nobody was willing to answer me, so left....now that the thread is been separated, I might probably get an answer....
Thou I have gotten most of my answers through personal research....but still have this one left....
Please my people, which assessing body can assess my degree qualification (B-tech in Physics/Electronics)?
Am not willing to assess my occupation because it is totally different from my qualification...I have already score 30 with my age...

Thanks in anticipation.
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by macbernard: 7:15am On Apr 18, 2016
bellong:
This thread aims at providing guide, instructions and genuine advice to prospective applicants for Australian permanent resident visa through the skilled migration program. For those looking to apply for study (student) visa, the link below will be more useful as it has enough information about applying to schools and Australian study visa. This new thread is specifically for permanent resident visa application.

Prospective students, follow this thread.. http://www.nairaland.com/2338380/general-australian-visa-enquiries-part

By way of introduction, Australia has a number of pathway to getting permanent resident status but the easiest is the skilled migration. Skilled migration, as the name implies means opportunity for both "academic skilled and technical skilled" people to migrate legally and permanently to Australia. The program was originally designed to address skill shortages in the country generally, so they came up with a system that attracts people who can meet the minimum requirements.

There are five visa subclass in the skilled migration pathway namely Subclass 189 (Independent), 190 (State sponsored), 489 (Regional/nominated provisional), 132 (Business Talent) and 188 (Business Innovation and investment, provisional). I will be talking strictly on the first three. See link for Australian Border Force's website for the skilled migration.. http://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Work/Skil

The three visa subclass, 189, 190 and 489 are for professionals, technologists, artisans and trade workers who can meet up to minimum of 60points for 189, 55points for 190 and 50 points for 489. I will explain how the points are calculated, occupation list and application in the subsequent posts.


CC:
NNBB2012
Scrollmeout
Johnsontade
Izykvision01
Crestline


Please, avoid sending PMs, except for special circumstances, ask your question on this thread so others can benefit from it to prevent unnecessary repetition of questions. Thanks.
@bellong, I must say this is one nice initiative... kudos

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by bellong: 10:40am On Apr 18, 2016
ChisOsin,

Your qualification will be assessed by the body responsible for the occupation you nominate. Check the SOL and CSOL list for occupation that matches your skill. The assessing authority is right in front of it on the list.
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by dailydolar: 1:27pm On Apr 18, 2016
thank you for this tread what if you have worked for like 8yrs but you lost your job can you still apply for the jobs that fit your experience and also how many month statement of account is requested

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by bblessed: 5:42pm On Apr 18, 2016
Please do they request for statement of account for processing PR and how many points do state need? is it 50 or 60 point.

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by dgr8est(m): 6:31pm On Apr 18, 2016
I must commend the poster and creator of this thread @bellong for taking it upon urself to compile this.... Kudos

Checking d SOL and CSOL, I found my skill which is MARKETING SPECIALIST (ANZSCO Code 225113)
Marketing Specialist is assessed by VETASSESS. But the last time I checked the ANZSCO search site, No state was sponsoring it and it not eligible for 189 subclass so I pulled back.

Tried checking back today and I found out Northern Territory is now sponsoring it since dey just update their NT Migration Occupation List.

I have my docs/requirement ready.

What chance do I have knowing that its only being sponsored by a state??.

I already have 45points with my age, Edu. qualification and work experience.

Thanks

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