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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by trastar(f): 8:58pm On Dec 05
zanyzara:

Anybody?? Any idea??

CC alphadoor;belong;trastar;spyroxy1

Zany.

I've checked the list and I honestly can't think of any occupation. Are you married?
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by zanyzara: 9:02pm On Dec 05
trastar:


Pls who knows what Tier UNN is?
If it's not a TIER 1, you might have to nominate another occupation.
UNN is tier 2.

Zany.
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by zanyzara: 9:05pm On Dec 05
trastar:


I've checked the list and I honestly can't think of any occupation. Are you married?
@obyroli
Go with your husband's occupation or try Canny immigration if you don't mind.

Zany.
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by trastar(f): 10:35pm On Dec 05
Wiseoldman:


Hello,

What are the consequences of the university tier level and university course years.

My profile for ur advice:

Mechanical engineering, 5 year course in LASU. I know ill be assessed by EA. Please advice if any the consequence of the combination of my university, course and study years.

Should i expect to get Austrailian equivalent bachelor or associatr degree

Lol. there are no conSequence since you studied a 5 year course in a Tier 2 uni. However, kindly go through the thread as there are several people who have accessed and even gotten grants as engineers. You will find all the information you need. You can start by searching key words like EA.
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by trastar(f): 10:45pm On Dec 05
zanyzara:

UNN is tier 2.

Zany.

Thank you .

That means, you need to Nominate a skill level 2 job that's close to your occupation or degree.
www.anzscosearch.com pls visit this site and search for Skill level 2 occupations you might be able to nominate.
(Too sleepy to copy or search for the name of who this info is for, i believe you will see it)
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by Misoke: 11:18pm On Dec 05
catchdwind4rmkd:
The point required for invitation has never been fixed at 60.

60 points only relate to EOI.
To submit EOI, you need a minimum of 60 skilled points.

However, after submitting your EOI, depending on how competitive your occupation is, you may be invited with just 60 points or as high as 75 points. I've read about 80+ points and sometimes I wonder how that's possible. But yeah, Indians...
I wonder when DIBP would favour Nigerians by adding Pidgin and other indigenous Nigerian languages to the list for 5 extra points as with Mandarin, Hindi, etc.

To be clear DIBP didn't increase the point to 70; you can still be invited with 60 points, just a matter of when (time).
It's the system which is completely controlled by candidates in the pool that dictates the cut-off.
All DIBP does is to allocate maximum invitations per round and I don't think that has changed much.

However, as more candidates submit EOI with higher points; the system can only invite the first set of EOI's with the highest points in the pool. Those not invited after a round, panic and look for other means of increasing their points. When they do, they go up the list and probably get invited. Another candidate does the same and the cycle continues. If everyone submits EOI with 60 points, then invitations would be made at 60 points too. But who get chill? Everyone wanna get ITA tomorrow. So, nay leaving any stone unturned; tick every point possible.


analysis on point
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by victree4: 2:16am On Dec 06
Hi experts,
My transcript is taking too much time to arrive and uniben is currently on strike further complicating issues.
Is it possible for me to apply for EA assessment now and upload the transcript as soon as it arrives? @ least it should arrive b4 the 6 weeks it will take EA to attend to my case.
In addition, my elect/elect degree is from uniben. Hope I can claim 15 points with this as a professional engineer?
Thanks.
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by Cottyekundayo(m): 2:46am On Dec 06
victree4:
Hi experts,
My transcript is taking too much time to arrive and uniben is currently on strike further complicating issues.
Is it possible for me to apply for EA assessment now and upload the transcript as soon as it arrives? @ least it should arrive b4 the 6 weeks it will take EA to attend to my case.
In addition, my elect/elect degree is from uniben. Hope I can claim 15 points with this as a professional engineer?
Thanks.
Just save yourself future stress. What if the transcript arrives later? Try to push Buttons men . I had similar situation and with some unbelievable move I made, I got what I wanted then lodged my application.
Nonetheless, this is my POV. You must be yourself when you want to make the decision on waiting or not.
Best regards
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by charlie111(m): 5:06am On Dec 06
I just got an email from EA to provide additional documents and also they stated my expected outcome is either Petroleum Engineering or Engineering technologist. I have entered one chance oh. Can I plead for Engineering draftperson? embarassed cry
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by Maya2: 5:52am On Dec 06
Goodday house,pls i did agriculture economics & farm mgt.have been reading some post here,dnt seems to see any agricultural scientist need someone in d agriculture field that can clarify thnz togta. Age 28yrs,4yrs work exp.i just got my payslip and other documents ready for vetasses assessment.
Cheers.
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by bellong: 6:26am On Dec 06
charlie111:
I just got an email from EA to provide additional documents and also they stated my expected outcome is either Petroleum Engineering or Engineering technologist. I have entered one chance oh. Can I plead for Engineering draftperson? embarassed cry

There is no occupation called Engineering Draftsperson. It is Electrical Engineering Draftsperson.
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by bellong: 6:27am On Dec 06
Maya2:
Goodday house,pls i did agriculture economics & farm mgt.have been reading some post here,dnt seems to see any agricultural scientist need someone in d agriculture field that can clarify thnz togta. Age 28yrs,4yrs work exp.i just got my payslip and other documents ready for vetasses assessment.
Cheers.

The 4 yrs experience are as what?
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by zanyzara: 6:52am On Dec 06
victree4:
Hi experts,
My transcript is taking too much time to arrive and uniben is currently on strike further complicating issues.
Is it possible for me to apply for EA assessment now and upload the transcript as soon as it arrives? @ least it should arrive b4 the 6 weeks it will take EA to attend to my case.
In addition, my elect/elect degree is from uniben. Hope I can claim 15 points with this as a professional engineer?
Thanks.
I believe you wouldn't want to do that. Let your application be decision-ready at the point of submission.

Zany.
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by zanyzara: 7:00am On Dec 06
@Prospective EA applicants,

Be ready to provide evidence for any of your claims. You might be asked.

Zany.
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by Cottyekundayo(m): 9:10am On Dec 06
charlie111:
I just got an email from EA to provide additional documents and also they stated my expected outcome is either Petroleum Engineering or Engineering technologist. I have entered one chance oh. Can I plead for Engineering draftperson? embarassed cry
provide documentation and jejely accept technologist, @ least hope de that one. But petroleum.... Except them put am again.
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by victree4: 9:19am On Dec 06
Cottyekundayo:

Just save yourself future stress. What if the transcript arrives later? Try to push Buttons men .
zanyzara:

I believe you wouldn't want to do that. Let your application be decision-ready at the point of submission.

Zany.
Thanks Cottyekundayo and Zany.
How about the possibility of claiming 15 points? Cos d tier thing is confusing me.
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by Cottyekundayo(m): 9:30am On Dec 06
victree4:


Thanks Cottyekundayo and Zany.
How about the possibility of claiming 15 points? Cos d tier thing is confusing me.
Person wey de cry de see road. Go read EA booklet, page 0 and 1 of this thread. Tier anything has Nada to do with EA. Hustle for your transcript then Go for Gold, MATE.
Best regards.
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by wazilo: 10:05am On Dec 06
Greetings house, please I would like to clear my conscience on what have been bothering. My friend's cousin told me he will be process a one year Australia work visa and I told him I have never had about that,please can someone clear my mind on this.
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by Cottyekundayo(m): 10:10am On Dec 06
wazilo:
Greetings house, please I would like to clear my conscience on what have been bothering. My friend's cousin told me he will be process a one year Australia work visa and I told him I have never had about that,please can someone clear my mind on this.
No be everybody for here know everything self. But then , start from Google.com . Read about Australia work visa, afterwards you will adequately separate Paul from Barnabas.
Nonetheless, the gist wey you bring be like scam gist.

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by wazilo: 10:42am On Dec 06
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Cottyekundayo:

No be everybody for here know everything self. But then , start from Google.com . Read about Australia work visa, afterwards you will adequately separate Paul from Barnabas.
Nonetheless, the gist wey you bring be like scam gist.

She said that the visa subclass is 417,i have Google everything but still confuse in some aspects ;

1) am now 33 but the maximum age limit state I 32
2)Nigerians are not eligible for the visa as w weren't included
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by zanyzara: 10:48am On Dec 06
wazilo:
U

She said that the visa subclass is 417,i have Google everything but still confuse in some aspects ;

1) am now 33 but the maximum age limit state I 32
2)Nigerians are not eligible for the visa as w weren't included
There lies your answers. You are not eligible for the visa type, any suggestion otherwise is a scam.

Zany.
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by wazilo: 10:52am On Dec 06
zanyzara:

There lies your answers. You are not eligible for the visa type, any suggestion otherwise is a scam.

Zany.

Thank God for you guys, would have fallen victim again
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by zanyzara: 10:58am On Dec 06
wazilo:


Thank God for you guys, would have fallen victim again
This process is something you can do yourself. Read page 0 of this thread and come back to ask any specific question.

Zany.
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by Cottyekundayo(m): 11:32am On Dec 06
wazilo:
U

She said that the visa subclass is 417,i have Google everything but still confuse in some aspects ;

1) am now 33 but the maximum age limit state I 32
2)Nigerians are not eligible for the visa as w weren't included
You don answer your question na. Since you know these, look your supposed visa agent in the face (abi NA eyes) and tell him/her that you are too big to be roasted.
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by Cottyekundayo(m): 11:38am On Dec 06
wazilo:


Thank God for you guys, would have fallen victim again
Bros, this thank you nor do. Just buy boys 1 PTE voucher and mock test kit.

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by Eladua(m): 1:12pm On Dec 06
Maya2:
Goodday house,pls i did agriculture economics & farm mgt.have been reading some post here,dnt seems to see any agricultural scientist need someone in d agriculture field that can clarify thnz togta. Age 28yrs,4yrs work exp.i just got my payslip and other documents ready for vetasses assessment.
Cheers.

It is because that occupation is less competitive I guess which is a good one. If your work experience is in that line, then you have a high chance of getting your visa.
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by donkafor(m): 2:51pm On Dec 06
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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by fobak203: 6:38pm On Dec 06
The fact that my questions were not answered concerning skills assessment spurred me in to action. I was able to place myself appropriately under the correct skills assessment authority. My main aim of writing this is to help someone with similiar combination of degrees. But, I would appreciate corrections in case I am wrong.

BSc (Physics)- You should definitely be able to get positive assessment from VETASSES, because they were designated, most physical science courses including but not limited to Chemist, Geologist etc, Some life science courses like Botanist, Zoologist, Biochemist and so on and Vocational and Educational degrees including University lecturer and tutor. Co-incidentally, I could be positively assessed either based on bachelors degree in physics or work experience as a lecturer both by VETASSES, especially if I can demonstrate knowledge of the chosen area.

Note: You would need to get assessed both for qualification and work experience to get a positive assessment for university lecturer, teaching on its own does not contribute to positive assessment. At least one year of relevant post-qualification work experience is required and a research evidence by publication in peer-reviewed journals.

You can google VETASSES general occupation list and download the information sheet under the University lecturer column.

As for my MSc in Materials Science and Engineering, it only becomes relevant if it is specified as my area of interest and have possessed scholarly publications to be positively assessed as a University lecturer, well because, as found out, the skills assessment is based on first degree or bachelors qualification. Although, I could also use it to assess myself under EA, if I can demonstrate that I have indepth knowledge of this area as speciified in the career episodes for the CDR.

Running late for Shiloh, wifey calling, Should update the information tomorrow.

Remember this is for those with future similar questions and could make use of this simple post to clear their doubts, especially if they have similar doubts about their degree combination. E pain me sha say nobody even answer me, I must confess, but no wahala.

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Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by stepo707: 7:25pm On Dec 06
For those that have done PTE, does native like speaking means you talk like a foreigner? Or mimic the voice of he person that speaks on the computer?
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by Maya2: 7:39pm On Dec 06
as a farm supervisor in an agroallied company
bellong:


The 4 yrs experience are as what?
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by Aieboocaar(m): 8:42pm On Dec 06
Uncle majiouk Came through... PTE test date Booked!!

Ahead Ahead we dey go!! smiley
Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by trastar(f): 9:40pm On Dec 06
fobak203:
The fact that my
Remember this is for those with future similar questions and could make use of this simple post to clear their doubts, especially if they have similar doubts about their degree combination. E pain me sha say nobody even answer me, I must confess, but no wahala.

Lol. The truth is everyone also read about the info we share here. There's no one with direct contact to assessment bodies or full information about all occupations. Everything I know, I learnt by reading posts here, asking people questions privately and reading and reading on Google.
If we are not responding, it's because no one has info about it. It's easier to give information when you know and you are sure because your knowledge is based on your experience or other ppl's experience.
I can give information about ACS, IT occupations and a bit about ACWA. Because, experience. Also I know about skill levels or university ranking, because I've read up on it.
Even tho I don't understand all you wrote, I am glad u have information too and this can be useful to others.
Pls once you get accessed and it comes out positive, do not hesitate to share with other graduates of physics what u did and which occupation you nominated.
Pray for us all in Shiloh and forgive us for ignoring you. Thank you..

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