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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by OzyMigrant: 9:47am On Jan 11
Bnimz:
I go need look my PCC, but surely it would be easier to update your account details with your bank to reflect the right address

Help me check abeg........thanks
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by nkechima: 12:13pm On Jan 11
Mamajaz no jokes today ni

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by teewhysafe(f): 12:28pm On Jan 11
Hello my good people already on the other side!

Just want to use this platform to indicate my interest in sourcing for AUD from the other side.

If u need to send naira to relatives here in Naija, please don't go through world remit, just holla and i will pay in the naira equivalent while u pay in the AUD equivalent to a relative's bank account in Australia.

Tell your friends & Family please...

Abeg no amount is too little.

Just saving up for now.

Thanks in anticipation.


PS: Thanks Cuteannie for replying my mails. truly appreciate.
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by Phlunter01: 12:37pm On Jan 11
Dear all,

Happy new year. I pray that this year all our heart's desires will be granted by God's grace.
I hv been quiet for a while and all thanks to my University that has been on strike since Oct 2016.
I already hv 65 points since October oh. The challenge is that I hv not been able to complete my assessment with vetassess since the school has not sent the transcript to them. The strike is still on with no end date in view.
Vetassess keeps threatening me with mails that they will close the case and I will hv to pay again and start afresh.
I have called and appealed for an extension again after the 30 days I was previously given.
Note that all other required documents for my assessment hv been sent to vetassess since Oct 13, 2016 and payment made for full assessment.
Please anyone should advise on anything I can do.

@mamajaz , baby landed Jan 1 oh....
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by 40manlappy: 12:43pm On Jan 11
@Phlunter01

Congrats on your newborn. May God nurture and preserve your child.

Did you attend LAUTECH?
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by Phlunter01: 1:02pm On Jan 11
Thank you very much. Amen.
I attended FUTA oh
Agricultural Economics and Extension

40manlappy:
@Phlunter01

Congrats on your newborn. May God nurture and preserve your child.

Did you attend LAUTECH?
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by jamson: 1:38pm On Jan 11
Phlunter01:
Thank you very much. Amen.
I attended FUTA oh
Agricultural Economics and Extension


FUTA ke? They have resumed na. Are you in Akure? If not, please send me a PM and lets see how I can be of help

I got mine sometime in September. I just applied online and paid 2k. Na courier bring am come my office sef. Took a month though.

Congrats on the newborn grin

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by mamajaz(f): 1:52pm On Jan 11
Priceless25:


I shld've bought d voucher since like mamajaz advised me bt procrastination has been my greatest problem.. I've learnt my lessons
Amen somebody...

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by ajiifixing(m): 2:16pm On Jan 11
jamson:


FUTA ke? They have resumed na. Are you in Akure? If not, please send me a PM and lets see how I can be of help

I got mine sometime in September. I just applied online and paid 2k. Na courier bring am come my office sef. Took a month though.

Congrats on the newborn grin


Jamson,
I am in the same boat with Phlunter o.
I had my MBA in FUTA and the have been delaying my request for transcript o .
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by Phlunter01: 2:31pm On Jan 11
Yes I heard they resumed so I called a friend who works at the Senate building. He said the academic staff hv resumed but non academic staff are still on strike. I already applied online an paid 10k to courier to vetassess but the strike started before it was sent.

Please send me an email folaode@gmail.com
Thank you

jamson:


FUTA ke? They have resumed na. Are you in Akure? If not, please send me a PM and lets see how I can be of help

I got mine sometime in September. I just applied online and paid 2k. Na courier bring am come my office sef. Took a month though.

Congrats on the newborn grin
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by Bnimz(m): 2:55pm On Jan 11
OzyMigrant:
Help me check abeg........thanks
Checked. The Address dey conspicuously PRESENT
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by mamajaz(f): 3:17pm On Jan 11
Phlunter01:
Thank you very much. Amen. I attended FUTA oh Agricultural Economics and Extension
Congrats my sister. God bless the lovely baby.
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by mamajaz(f): 3:18pm On Jan 11
ajiifixing:



Jamson,
I am in the same boat with Phlunter o.
I had my MBA in FUTA and the have been delaying my request for transcript o .
Why are many things not working in this country oh....

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by Rett0: 3:22pm On Jan 11
Phlunter01:
Dear all,

Happy new year. I pray that this year all our heart's desires will be granted by God's grace.
I hv been quiet for a while and all thanks to my University that has been on strike since Oct 2016.
I already hv 65 points since October oh. The challenge is that I hv not been able to complete my assessment with vetassess since the school has not sent the transcript to them. The strike is still on with no end date in view.
Vetassess keeps threatening me with mails that they will close the case and I will hv to pay again and start afresh.
I have called and appealed for an extension again after the 30 days I was previously given.
Note that all other required documents for my assessment hv been sent to vetassess since Oct 13, 2016 and payment made for full assessment.
Please anyone should advise on anything I can do.

@mamajaz , baby landed Jan 1 oh....

Congrats on your Newborn.
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by Rett0: 3:31pm On Jan 11
hsim247:
Hello house,
Please who has any idea of current NGN/AUD rates on the parallel market. Please I need it to make some decisions. Thanks.

I doubt you'll get AUD in the parallel market. You'll have to buy USD and load your Domiciliary account.

Current parallel market rate is #492=$1
1Usd=1.35Aud

So 1Aud=#364.444.

1Aud~#365 in the parallel market.

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by ajiifixing(m): 3:45pm On Jan 11
trastar:
I just thought to share. PTE is now 52K.
At least at he UKEAS office in opebi.


I went to Laidera (Ibadan) just now and was told its 65k!!! shocked shocked shocked

Any other place to write in Ibadan?
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by iceberg54: 3:46pm On Jan 11
Bnimz:
Checked. The Address dey conspicuously PRESENT

https://www.border.gov.au/WorkinginAustralia/Pages/4-January-2017-round-results.aspx

How come DOE for Electronics be 07/07/16?....abi na typo error?
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by jamson: 3:49pm On Jan 11
ajiifixing:



I went to Laidera (Ibadan) just now and was told its 65k!!! shocked shocked shocked

Any other place to write in Ibadan?

Chimo!!!! Buy from UKEAS Lagos and you can still write at Laidera with the voucher.

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by OzyMigrant: 3:56pm On Jan 11
Bnimz:
Checked. The Address dey conspicuously PRESENT

Okay, thanks.....I will go update my details then? But I'm thinking, account statement migth not have address written on it........what document did you submit for yours?
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by OzyMigrant: 4:32pm On Jan 11
Rett0:


I doubt you'll get AUD in the parallel market. You'll have to buy USD and load your Domiciliary account.

Current parallel market rate is #492=$1
1Usd=1.35Aud

So 1Aud=#364.444.

1Aud~#365 in the parallel market.


Your calculation is correct but might not be realistic, it's what banks unfairly do to unsuspecting customers. USD is overrated at the moment in Nigeria......#492 is not the real value of Naira (na the scarcity and increased demand cause am), so 1AUD is worth way less than #365 - just that we don't get it out here as guys in Aussie prefer to have their monies in USD before travelling down.

It better one boycotts any initial conversion to USD in any transaction for now - at least not for large volumes.

Op should not give up hope on getting people from Australia who might want to send money down, it's the surest way.....a win win for both
parties, might be risky though.

I waited until I got someone when I was going to submit my EA application.....guess how much I saved, a whopping 150k!!!!!!!!!! Thanks to one blessed person here on this forum.

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by bolaobby: 5:33pm On Jan 11
ajiifixing:



I went to Laidera (Ibadan) just now and was told its 65k!!! shocked shocked shocked

Any other place to write in Ibadan?

You can do the registration by yourself and choose the preferred centre for the exam. There some bank that still allow payment up to 300USD with your naira debit card like Stanbic IBTC bank. The time that the voucher goes for 45k in Lagos and 55k at Laidera Consulting in Ibadan, the actual fee was 38k when you do the registration yourself although you can't make the payment with bank like GTB because the money is above 100USD.
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by SUJYDEE(m): 6:08pm On Jan 11
OzyMigrant,
EA assessment, saved 150k How much is the total amount itself?
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by OzyMigrant: 7:22pm On Jan 11
SUJYDEE:
OzyMigrant,
EA assessment, saved 150k How much is the total amount itself?

Sorry i forgot to mention I bought in excess to keep against ITA............how come that was the only thing you saw in the post?

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by jamson: 8:47pm On Jan 11
OzyMigrant:



Your calculation is correct but might not be realistic,

I waited until I got someone when I was going to submit my EA application.....guess how much I saved, a whopping 150k!!!!!!!!!! Thanks to one blessed person here on this forum.

The calculation may not be far from the truth because the only tangible offer I got while trying to pay for ITA was 350 per AUD. I ran for my dear life and settled for USD which came in piece meal that eventually added up. The reality is that you might only be able to see people help with Naira AUD swap when you are paying for assessment as the amount required is chicken change compared to amount required for ITA. People rarely send the huge amount of money required unless they have an ongoing capital project here in naija

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by jamson: 9:21pm On Jan 11
bolaobby:


You can do the registration by yourself and choose the preferred centre for the exam. There some bank that still allow payment up to 300USD with your naira debit card like Stanbic IBTC bank. The time that the voucher goes for 45k in Lagos and 55k at Laidera Consulting in Ibadan, the actual fee was 38k when you do the registration yourself although you can't make the payment with bank like GTB because the money is above 100USD.
Can't recall when anyone on this forum has successfully paid for PTE using a Naira card.

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by AussieBebe(f): 9:34pm On Jan 11
bolaobby:


You can do the registration by yourself and choose the preferred centre for the exam. There some bank that still allow payment up to 300USD with your naira debit card like Stanbic IBTC bank .The time that the voucher goes for 45k in Lagos and 55k at Laidera Consulting in Ibadan, the actual fee was 38k when you do the registration yourself although you can't make the payment with bank like GTB because the money is above 100USD.


The bolded is not true....StanbicIBTC bank have stopped any international transactions on theirnaira debit/credit card. He has to open a dorm account for that.

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by Bnimz(m): 9:56pm On Jan 11
iceberg54:
How come DOE for Electronics be 07/07/16?....abi na typo error?
My brother, I just weak. That date of effect is mathematically impossible. Even if we consider people who received ITA but couldn't lodge application.... Someone with DOE 07 July go don receive invitation 20th July. Fast-forward 60 days, he go don recycle by 20th September and receive another invite by 28th September...
Electronics went pro-rata after the round on the 26th of October, so that DOE no suppose exist in the system at all... I no just understand.
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by Bnimz(m): 10:00pm On Jan 11
OzyMigrant:
what document did you submit for yours?
I submitted Bank Statement as well ...
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by iceberg54: 10:23pm On Jan 11
@bnimz....I feel you. It must be an error then.
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by catchdwind4rmkd(m): 11:38pm On Jan 11
Has Naija changed all of a sudden?
Is there really no backdoor to this?
No phone number, no door, no desk, no house, etc that may need a recharge card and/or brown envelope?

This is serious man. I feel for you. What a strike!!! Na to make am your PRAYER point now oh. This one done pass normal.

On a more serious subject, CONGRATULATIONS on your new born. Surely it's a sign of new things, celebrations, multiplication, productivity, achievements, and good news for you this year, VETASSESS and 189 not excluded.

Best wishes.

Phlunter01:


The challenge is that I hv not been able to complete my assessment with vetassess since the school has not sent the transcript to them. The strike is still on with no end date in view.

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by Kenyata(m): 4:46am On Jan 12
Good morning all,

Can one apply to Australia as a PR with HND Accountancy plus 8 years working experience?
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by penitential(m): 7:51am On Jan 12
Yes. Calculate your points first and write the English test.
Kenyata:
Good morning all,

Can one apply to Australia as a PR with HND Accountancy plus 8 years working experience?

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