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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by Misoke: 11:05am On Sep 14
disectur:
I'm so sorry I am unable to write too many details as of now but I summarise what I know and did into 21 steps. I am also providing two links to break down the application and nomination process fully.

1. Create a new EOI - you MUST select only NSW
2. Wait for Invitation to apply for Nomination
3. Apply for Nomination (AUD300) with all your critical details - basically, the same documents used for assessment plus CV
(No proof of funds required)
4. Receive Successful Application Outcome and DIBP ITA (at the Same Time)
5. Log in to immi.gov.au and create your Visa application profile (Do not submit...yet)
6. Click on "My Health Declarations", fill in all details TRUTHFULLY
7. Click on "My Applications" and fill in you and family health details to generate HAP IDs for all applicants
8. Go to IOM or any other approved Health assessment center. Book your medicals
9. Get Medicals done, wait 3 days to be sure your medical results have been uploaded on e-Medical portal
10. Cross check all details in your visa application.
11. Pay the Visa Fees and front load ALL documents
12. Pray well and daily
13. Check emails daily. Do not be nervous (You will be anxious)
14. Receive your direct grant(s)
15. Go immediately to IOM to book concession tickets (up to 40% discount)
16. With money (assumed) already saved, pay for your airfare
17. Sell EVERYTHING and change 99% to USD
20. Resign and say goodbye to Naija. Shed no tears. (It will be a while before you see this wonderful land again)
21. Welcome to Sydney. Your new life starts

http://www.industry.nsw.gov.au/live-and-work-in-nsw/visas-and-immigration/skilled-nominated-migration-190
https://www.sydneymovingguide.com/


lovely one..thanks and congrats again.cheers

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by OLOWUAL: 11:16am On Sep 14
@Bellong

Please i sent you a PM yesterday.
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by SegunWamiri(m): 11:23am On Sep 14
Rooneyboy:

i'm asking because i was given negative assessment and i'm thinking of going for a reassessment.

Ouch! Rooney. Sorry about the negative outcome. This VETASSESS sef. How long did it take them to arrive at this decision?

@ Kamotisha: so you were lurking in the corner wink I'm glad to hear of your sweet testimony. Quite short processing time despite the extended periods recently updated on DIBP's website. Wish you the very best in your new exploit.
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by bellong: 11:39am On Sep 14
OLOWUAL:
@Bellong

Please i sent you a PM yesterday.

I am sorry, could you ask your question here, please. I don't respond to PM.

Thank you.

@rinzylee,

Massage therapist is sponsored only by Tasmania and on special condition 489 in South Australia.

Check out the 489 in Tasmania.

@Kamotisha,

Congratulations.. you are indeed an engineer.. cheesy

Enjoy Melbourne.
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by bellong: 11:41am On Sep 14
@All,

Please who is coming down under soon? I need someone to help transport something, not drugs.. cheesy

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by Azy123(m): 11:44am On Sep 14
Hi all,

Please who have the CV/Resume format for Australia?


Thanks

cc: Belong, sesal etc
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by kamotisha: 11:45am On Sep 14
SegunWamiri:


Ouch! Rooney. Sorry about the negative outcome. This VETASSESS sef. How long did it take them to arrive at this decision?

@ Kamotisha: so you were lurking in the corner wink I'm glad to hear of your sweet testimony. Quite short processing time despite the extended periods recently updated on DIBP's website. Wish you the very best in your new exploit.

grin Thank you!
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by kamotisha: 11:46am On Sep 14
bellong:


I am sorry, could you ask your question here, please. I don't respond to PM.

Thank you.

@rinzylee,

Massage therapist is sponsored only by Tasmania and on special condition 489 in South Australia.

Check out the 489 in Tasmania.

@Kamotisha,

Congratulations.. you are indeed an engineer.. cheesy

Enjoy Melbourne.

Thank you sir!!!
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by OLOWUAL: 11:49am On Sep 14
[quote author=bellong post=60446754]

I am sorry, could you ask your question here, please. I don't respond to PM.

Thank you.

Sir, Please it's confidential. I understand the rule.
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by depair: 12:14pm On Sep 14
[quote author=bellong post=60395186]

Read AITSL website for further instructions.

Did you do a teaching practice?

What subject do you teach?.


@belling
Read the website and still reading
did teaching practice twice in 200 and 300level respectively each for a duration of 6weeks

taught Agricultural Science

Any other heads up ll be appreciated.
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by rinzylee(m): 12:54pm On Sep 14
bellong:


I am sorry, could you ask your question here, please. I don't respond to PM.

Thank you.

@rinzylee,

Massage therapist is sponsored only by Tasmania and on special condition 489 in South Australia.

Check out the 489 in Tasmania.

@Kamotisha,

Congratulations.. you are indeed an engineer.. cheesy

Enjoy Melbourne.


Uncle Bellong..... I think on the contrary NT and Tasmania are nominating it for 190.

please check this Sir

http://deltaimmigration.com.au/Massage-Therapist/411611.htm
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by ZoeW: 12:57pm On Sep 14
disectur:
20. Resign and say goodbye to Naija. Shed no tears. (It will be a while before you see this wonderful land again)
I burst out laughing at number 20. Thanks for this.

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by Phlunter01: 1:06pm On Sep 14
bellong:
@phlunter01,

Ozy is right. I didn't use a birth certificate when I applied. I only uploaded the data page of my passport as evidence of age.

@Rooneyboy,

You can appeal by addressing whatever they raised in the negative outcome and if you have any, provide additional documents. Yes, you can rewrite the job descriptions.

Thank you very much Bro
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by mumzt: 1:08pm On Sep 14
Good afternoon everyone. Awesome thread and people on this thread.

I bumped into this thread about three weeks ago while searching for Australian immigration and have read over 80%. May God bless @belong for this thread and all those that have been selflessly supporting applicants.

Planning to send assessment to EA by the end of the month (my husband actually) hes the proncipal applicant. but I just want us to do it right as we have had a negative assessment beginning of this year due to a lot of ignorance.

My husband is a graduate of civil engineering with a masters in construction project management from a uk university. He practiced for a few years in the uk doing core civil engineering.

He's been working in naija since 2011 but in marketing and sales. So the first assessment was ignorantly sent. And a negative result because work experience and uni certificates didn't match.

From reading this thread religiously, I was able to tell where we made the initial mistake. Now here's our situation now and I would humbly like reviews and suggestions on how to do it right.

We both have ielts which was written last year for canadian immigration. Both got 8 across band and have the full 20 marks. My husband is the principal applicant. I'm a graduate of estate management but I practiced only for a few years before I went into personal assistant for about 5 years. But I'm now a fashion designer with a registered company.

My husband is writing his cdr and is almost through. All the grants and ITA making me nervous and excited at the same time. He has over 10 years experience but the last 6 was not in civil engineering. But he has a personal company that does core engineering (registered and paying tax accordingly) so he's writing his CDR with his uk experience and his personal company projects so as to bag the maximum experience of at least 10 years.

We're not so young (covers face) husband is 43 and i'm 38 so not much in points for the age band.

Can you people please take time from your busy schedules to help give advice on how to make this assessment positive.

I'm very sorry about my long write up. It's just the wish and excitement of hoping I'd one day give my own testimony about our grants.

Thank you

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by jayooh: 1:29pm On Sep 14
Good day fellaz, have a quick one for the engineers that have positively assessed by writing one or 2 episodes based on work experience. Now if I write an episode based on work experience I understand that I need to show proof of employment even though I'm not assessing my experience. So my question, will evidence docs be less demanding or its still gonna be de whole package required for employment assessment? I have got just employment/resignation letters, 10months bank statement, but full pension statement at hand. (No payslip or tax card. Left before the company filed for tax clearance for the staff members)

NB. Employment was for 1yr 11months and I was paid with coys check leaves throughout my first year due to circumstances beyond my control.
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by bornlegend: 1:31pm On Sep 14
bornlegend:
Hello!

Please, does anyone know what occupation one can assess a degree on Philosophy under?

Any feedback on this please!
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by catchdwind4rmkd(m): 1:38pm On Sep 14
Thanks your Royal Highness for pulling this out...

@Bellong: Could you please add this to the first few pages of the thread for easy reference?
I must confess, reading through 15 pages lately hasn't been fun, but the thirst for information motivates one to go through every bit so as not to miss any vital information. But I think we can start identifying 5STAR helpful posts and taking them to the FRONT page for easy reference.


Royal54:



https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0BznTUgIfmjS6NHFmcVlyeFB5a2c?usp=sharing

It's on page 177.

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by Tuteso: 1:39pm On Sep 14
Good afternoon All,

Is it cheaper to Pay with naira card for PTE or buy voucher?

i checked on the site and the price is NGN 46370.00

I will also appreciate if a contact is shared where to purchase the voucher at a cheaper rate. Thanks
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by catchdwind4rmkd(m): 1:49pm On Sep 14
Hahaaaa....
Chemical Engineers are now topping the GRANT chart... grin
It almost felt like EEE, IT and Computer were the selling point.
Make I rejoice for the many Chemical Engineers moment of fame here wink
And Melbourne is now a top destination even with the bribery of Jamson to pull people to Sydney.

Congrats bro.
Better things ahead...
I'm in Melbourne and quite a few others who were mentioned in few pages back.


kamotisha:

Lodged EOI 22nd May 2017 (65 points, Chem Eng)

Direct Grant on the 12th of Sept 2017

Who else could have done this if not God??

Who is in Melbourne??

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by crownnygold: 1:50pm On Sep 14
Wow 8 in ielts please how did u do it? And where?
mumzt:
Good afternoon everyone. Awesome thread and people on this thread.

I bumped into this thread about three weeks ago while searching for Australian immigration and have read over 80%. May God bless @belong for this thread and all those that have been selflessly supporting applicants.

Planning to send assessment to EA by the end of the month (my husband actually) hes the proncipal applicant. but I just want us to do it right as we have had a negative assessment beginning of this year due to a lot of ignorance.

My husband is a graduate of civil engineering with a masters in construction project management from a uk university. He practiced for a few years in the uk doing core civil engineering.

He's been working in naija since 2011 but in marketing and sales. So the first assessment was ignorantly sent. And a negative result because work experience and uni certificates didn't match.

From reading this thread religiously, I was able to tell where we made the initial mistake. Now here's our situation now and I would humbly like reviews and suggestions on how to do it right.

We both have ielts which was written last year for canadian immigration. Both got 8 across band and have the full 20 marks. My husband is the principal applicant. I'm a graduate of estate management but I practiced only for a few years before I went into personal assistant for about 5 years. But I'm now a fashion designer with a registered company.

My husband is writing his cdr and is almost through. All the grants and ITA making me nervous and excited at the same time. He has over 10 years experience but the last 6 was not in civil engineering. But he has a personal company that does core engineering (registered and paying tax accordingly) so he's writing his CDR with his uk experience and his personal company projects so as to bag the maximum experience of at least 10 years.

We're not so young (covers face) husband is 43 and i'm 38 so not much in points for the age band.

Can you people please take time from your busy schedules to help give advice on how to make this assessment positive.

I'm very sorry about my long write up. It's just the wish and excitement of hoping I'd one day give my own testimony about our grants.

Thank you
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by Rooneyboy(m): 1:53pm On Sep 14
SegunWamiri:


Ouch! Rooney. Sorry about the negative outcome. This VETASSESS sef. How long did it take them to arrive at this decision?

.

About 5weeks.
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by praiseisgood: 2:26pm On Sep 14
Congratulations to Majiouk2002, Doyen06, Teejah, Baenoz, Dissectur, Kamotisha, Nosula to mention but few.

Like someone mentioned, this is a September to remember!!!

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by mumzt: 2:42pm On Sep 14
crownnygold:
Wow 8 in ielts please how did u do it? And where?

Lagos, centre was an event centre opposite Coca-Cola. Cant remember the name again.
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by Jbelieve: 3:01pm On Sep 14
mumzt:
Good afternoon everyone. Awesome thread and people on this thread.

I bumped into this thread about three weeks ago while searching for Australian immigration and have read over 80%. May God bless @belong for this thread and all those that have been selflessly supporting applicants.

Planning to send assessment to EA by the end of the month (my husband actually) hes the proncipal applicant. but I just want us to do it right as we have had a negative assessment beginning of this year due to a lot of ignorance.

My husband is a graduate of civil engineering with a masters in construction project management from a uk university. He practiced for a few years in the uk doing core civil engineering.

He's been working in naija since 2011 but in marketing and sales. So the first assessment was ignorantly sent. And a negative result because work experience and uni certificates didn't match.

From reading this thread religiously, I was able to tell where we made the initial mistake. Now here's our situation now and I would humbly like reviews and suggestions on how to do it right.

We both have ielts which was written last year for canadian immigration. Both got 8 across band and have the full 20 marks. My husband is the principal applicant. I'm a graduate of estate management but I practiced only for a few years before I went into personal assistant for about 5 years. But I'm now a fashion designer with a registered company.

My husband is writing his cdr and is almost through. All the grants and ITA making me nervous and excited at the same time. He has over 10 years experience but the last 6 was not in civil engineering. But he has a personal company that does core engineering (registered and paying tax accordingly) so he's writing his CDR with his uk experience and his personal company projects so as to bag the maximum experience of at least 10 years.

We're not so young (covers face) husband is 43 and i'm 38 so not much in points for the age band.

Can you people please take time from your busy schedules to help give advice on how to make this assessment positive.

I'm very sorry about my long write up. It's just the wish and excitement of hoping I'd one day give my own testimony about our grants.

Thank you

Please someone should respond to this.
Which occupation did he nominate previously Construction project manager or engineer? Cos I haven't seen anyone on this thread nominate Construction project manager.
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by bornlegend: 3:06pm On Sep 14
Please house, anyone received ITA for Engineering Technologist so far?
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by mumzt: 4:12pm On Sep 14
Jbelieve:


Please someone should respond to this.
Which occupation did he nominate previously Construction project manager or engineer? Cos I haven't seen anyone on this thread nominate Construction project manager.

He nominated project management. Assessed with VETASSES. But because he didn't have any project management experience in the last 5 years it came back negative.
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by kamotisha: 4:53pm On Sep 14
catchdwind4rmkd:
Hahaaaa....
Chemical Engineers are now topping the GRANT chart... grin
It almost felt like EEE, IT and Computer were the selling point.
Make I rejoice for the many Chemical Engineers moment of fame here wink
And Melbourne is now a top destination even with the bribery of Jamson to pull people to Sydney.

Congrats bro.
Better things ahead...
I'm in Melbourne and quite a few others who were mentioned in few pages back.


Thanks and Amen. Will holla you soon.

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by Rooneyboy(m): 4:55pm On Sep 14
bellong:


@Rooneyboy,

You can appeal by addressing whatever they raised in the negative outcome and if you have any, provide additional documents. Yes, you can rewrite the job descriptions.

Please I'll like to send you a mail with an attachment of my negative outcome so you could put me through on the reassment.
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by Misoke: 4:58pm On Sep 14
mumzt:
Good afternoon everyone. Awesome thread and people on this thread.

I bumped into this thread about three weeks ago while searching for Australian immigration and have read over 80%. May God bless @belong for this thread and all those that have been selflessly supporting applicants.

Planning to send assessment to EA by the end of the month (my husband actually) hes the proncipal applicant. but I just want us to do it right as we have had a negative assessment beginning of this year due to a lot of ignorance.

My husband is a graduate of civil engineering with a masters in construction project management from a uk university. He practiced for a few years in the uk doing core civil engineering.

He's been working in naija since 2011 but in marketing and sales. So the first assessment was ignorantly sent. And a negative result because work experience and uni certificates didn't match.

From reading this thread religiously, I was able to tell where we made the initial mistake. Now here's our situation now and I would humbly like reviews and suggestions on how to do it right.

We both have ielts which was written last year for canadian immigration. Both got 8 across band and have the full 20 marks. My husband is the principal applicant. I'm a graduate of estate management but I practiced only for a few years before I went into personal assistant for about 5 years. But I'm now a fashion designer with a registered company.

My husband is writing his cdr and is almost through. All the grants and ITA making me nervous and excited at the same time. He has over 10 years experience but the last 6 was not in civil engineering. But he has a personal company that does core engineering (registered and paying tax accordingly) so he's writing his CDR with his uk experience and his personal company projects so as to bag the maximum experience of at least 10 years.

We're not so young (covers face) husband is 43 and i'm 38 so not much in points for the age band.

Can you people please take time from your busy schedules to help give advice on how to make this assessment positive.

I'm very sorry about my long write up. It's just the wish and excitement of hoping I'd one day give my own testimony about our grants.

Thank you

@Mumzt : abeg no cover face.plenty of "us" dey ya boat , just dont be 39 yet so quick sha.lol..between 33-39yrs = 25points

wetin sweet me pass na your "golden" english score...you get a whole 20 points for that wink ..

That is the kind of score i need in my life right now and ITA will just fall on my head.

You will get feed-backs and advise from those that have gone through the process here..goodluck!

NB: its not exam center that will give high score o...some people are asking for center #runsaway....na joke oh

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by Tee79: 5:55pm On Sep 14
Please is reference letter, offer letter and payslip enough for vetassess? The company I work for doesn't pay tax and no pension scheme.

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by mumzt: 6:10pm On Sep 14
Misoke:


@Mumzt : abeg no cover face.plenty of "us" dey ya boat , just dont be 39 yet so quick sha.lol..between 33-39yrs = 25points

wetin sweet me pass na your "golden" english score...you get a whole 20 points for that wink ..

That is the kind of score i need in my life right now and ITA will just fall on my head.

You will get feed-backs and advise from those that have gone through the process here..goodluck!

NB: its not exam center that will give high score o...some people are asking for center #runsaway....na joke oh


Thank you! Thankfully, I still have a whole year to be 38.

Thank God for the scores. Though we're still wondering if it's cost effective or advise able for me to assess to either with my degree or my diverted profession.

Eagerly waiting for the gurus to look my way.

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by Itissettled3: 6:52pm On Sep 14
I pmed you.

I studied estate management too, assessed as a valuer and got a positive assessment. Since you are younger than Oga, I would advise you become the principal.

What I am not sure of is if the change of job role will affect your chances of getting a positive assessment. The Gurus will advise you better on that.

mumzt:



Thank you! Thankfully, I still have a whole year to be 38.

Thank God for the scores. Though we're still wondering if it's cost effective or advise able for me to assess to either with my degree or my diverted profession.

Eagerly waiting for the gurus to look my way.

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