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Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by Betapikin01: 12:20am On Dec 20, 2020
My people my people.
Please when will Australia open border? Any update..
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by Naijabad: 6:03am On Dec 20, 2020
Betapikin01:
My people my people.

Please when will Australia open border? Any update..
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by Bukason2020(m): 6:34am On Dec 20, 2020
Betapikin01:
My people my people.

Please when will Australia open border? Any upgdate..

The waiting is killin cry cry
I can't imagine waiting till june
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by max99: 8:16am On Dec 20, 2020
Good morning All,

Please advise me on how best to prove I have a fiancée. Because right now I am nit dating anybody, so no chat, pictures or any of that.

And I am told it will boost my visa application if I can provide evidence that I am coming back to marry.

This is really affecting me and I will appreciate experience advise on what to do.

Thank you.
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by Softkey(m): 7:42am On Dec 22, 2020
1. Claiming you have a fiancée will not directly boost visa application unless it’s a de facto relationship in which case you are to show proofs.

2. Fiancée way is not the only way to prove your returning back to the country, you can use your job as well.

Personally, I won’t advice you lying about having fiancée. Just my 2 cents though.

max99:
Good morning All,

Please advise me on how best to prove I have a fiancée. Because right now I am nit dating anybody, so no chat, pictures or any of that.

And I am told it will boost my visa application if I can provide evidence that I am coming back to marry.

This is really affecting me and I will appreciate experience advise on what to do.

Thank you.
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by max99: 4:26pm On Dec 22, 2020
Thank you very much for your advise. I need using my job but was told de facto partner or fiancée will strengthen my case. Do you think job alone and a family business to return to will be strong enough for someone above 35??
Softkey:
1. Claiming you have a fiancée will not directly boost visa application unless it’s a de facto relationship in which case you are to show proofs.

2. Fiancée way is not the only way to prove your returning back to the country, you can use your job as well.

Personally, I won’t advice you lying about having fiancée. Just my 2 cents though.

Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by Smile4mee01: 6:56am On Dec 23, 2020
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by Nezzjnr: 9:00am On Dec 23, 2020
Please will it be preferable if I do my Masters in a Good private uni here in Nigeria

Seeking to relocate to Australia permanently
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by Melahou(m): 9:48am On Dec 23, 2020
Please house my wife graduated with a Bsc marketing 2.2 but intend to study Msc Gestratric Nursing (Care Giver )or registered nursing and she intend to go with the husband and two of her kids of ages 2&6.

Will it be possible to study Msc Gestratric nursing or nursing or will she go for graduate entry or which other means can she use.
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by akinke: 12:49pm On Dec 23, 2020
Don't get yourself into trouble. When you really want to marry, you would realise it was a trap, as whoever you claim to be your finance now may make it difficult for you when you really now have someone.

Immigration will take the name you give now SERIOUS, and it will be on all your RECORDS.

Don't create a relationship that does not exist to get the visa.

They refuse even married people, so it's not worth it.



max99:
Good morning All,

Please advise me on how best to prove I have a fiancée. Because right now I am nit dating anybody, so no chat, pictures or any of that.

And I am told it will boost my visa application if I can provide evidence that I am coming back to marry.

This is really affecting me and I will appreciate experience advise on what to do.

Thank you.
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by max99: 5:53pm On Dec 23, 2020
akinke:
Don't get yourself into trouble. When you really want to marry, you would realise it was a trap, as whoever you claim to be your finance now may make it difficult for you when you really now have someone.

Immigration will take the name you give now SERIOUS, and it will be on all your RECORDS.

Don't create a relationship that does not exist to get the visa.

They refuse even married people, so it's not worth it.



Thank you very much for the advise. Just finding a way to increase my chances
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by Melahou(m): 6:07pm On Dec 23, 2020
johnHadey:


Nursing is getting more competitive to get in. You can get graduate entry into Masters of nursing with your Bsc. However, because nursing is very competitive, visa officers might see it as a pathway for permanent migration especially because you are applying from an AL3 country.
You can apply for Masters of public health, register units that are applicable for nursing in your first semester. You will have a better chance to switch to Nursing when onshore and your first semester public health units won't be a waste.
There is job prospects for all registered nurse in AU. No cheap school as well, you can use the link below to compare schools and their fees.


http://cricos.education.gov.au/Course/CourseSearch.aspx


How about Getriaic nurse (Care Giver) instead of Public health? Will there be a chance ?
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by Tobyy10: 5:29pm On Dec 24, 2020
Good day
I am a graduate of English language and I wanted to do a course in communications but i was told that it’s not in demand.
Please what other courses are in demand that I can do as it’s related to my undergraduate degree
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by johnHadey: 8:31pm On Dec 26, 2020
Melahou:
Please house my wife graduated with a Bsc marketing 2.2 but intend to study Msc Gestratric Nursing (Care Giver )or registered nursing and she intend to go with the husband and two of her kids of ages 2&6.

Will it be possible to study Msc Gestratric nursing or nursing or will she go for graduate entry or which other means can she use.

Marketing to Nursing is a big leap that would ring a bell to admissions and Visa officers. Moreover you need to have completed some biology units in undergrad to be qualified for most graduate entry MSc nursing degrees. Also, you will need a strongly convincing SOP to even get Msc in public health with a Bsc in marketing.
If bent on the nursing degree, your best bet might be to get in on any viable course and switch to Bsc nursing asap. It will be a long journey, but with determination, nothing is impossible.
Another suggestion is to start looking for another career path course.
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by johnHadey: 3:58am On Dec 27, 2020
Tobyy10:
Good day
I am a graduate of English language and I wanted to do a course in communications but i was told that it’s not in demand.
Please what other courses are in demand that I can do as it’s related to my undergraduate degree

The courses on the skilled list are in demand.
I suggest you target the Medium/Long term courses (MLTSSL) because of the chance of them still being on the list after your studies.

https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/working-in-australia/skill-occupation-list
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by max99: 12:37pm On Dec 27, 2020
Please kindly advise what content should be in my employer (HR) Reference Letter and Study Leave Letter?
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by Melahou(m): 7:07am On Dec 28, 2020
johnHadey:


Marketing to Nursing is a big leap that would ring a bell to admissions and Visa officers. Moreover you need to have completed some biology units in undergrad to be qualified for most graduate entry MSc nursing degrees. Also, you will need a strongly convincing SOP to even get Msc in public health with a Bsc in marketing.
If bent on the nursing degree, your best bet might be to get in on any viable course and switch to Bsc nursing asap. It will be a long journey, but with determination, nothing is impossible.
Another suggestion is to start looking for another career path course.

Thank you I appreciate your response
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by max99: 9:26am On Dec 28, 2020
Compliment of the season House. Wish all of us success in our pursue come 2021.

Please I need experience advise with regards to Reference Letters from my current employer.

My intention is to get 2 reference letters. One from my Oyibo Snr Manager and the second from my HR. HR will also give me a study leave letter too.

Kindly advise on what the content of my HR reference letter will be. Should it include the following:

1. What the company is into
2. My duties
3. Annual Salary being paid
4. Reporting Line
5. Reason for the company granting me a study leave
6. Their support while I am over there studying
7. Their plans for me on my return and the amount I will earn in my new role (is the part necessary).

Basically, the same content will be in the reference letter from my Oyibo too.

I really need your urgent experience response.

Thank you
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by alao1981: 10:39am On Dec 28, 2020
max99:
Please kindly advise what content should be in my employer (HR) Reference Letter and Study Leave Letter?
I think it will be good if the letter can indicate when you joined the company, the role/duties you perform (which should be consistent with whatever you have indicated in your application), that you have been a diligent/responsible/hardworking staff, that the company is aware and has no objection to you proceeding on studies, that you will be on study leave for the duration of your course and the company will accept you back on your return (because the course you are studying will benefit the company). You may also get input from others
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by max99: 3:42pm On Dec 28, 2020
alao1981:
I think it will be good if the letter can indicate when you joined the company, the role/duties you perform (which should be consistent with whatever you have indicated in your application), that you have been a diligent/responsible/hardworking staff, that the company is aware and has no objection to you proceeding on studies, that you will be on study leave for the duration of your course and the company will accept you back on your return (because the course you are studying will benefit the company). You may also get input from others

Thank you very alao1981. Your response was very useful and I await additional response from others.

I have also expatiated on my question have and would like a reply to that too.

Thanks once again.
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by johnmathew4536: 7:29am On Dec 29, 2020
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Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by ebere272: 8:26am On Dec 30, 2020
Recently moved to Melbourne, looking for an ensuite room to rent..@joan or any female in the house..
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by FieryJoe: 7:44am On Dec 31, 2020
Morning Peeps, my application to WSU was refused on the ground of not.meeting GTE requirements. What other tested universities can you recommend for social work please?
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by edkai: 2:42am On Jan 01
Betapikin01:
My people my people.

Please when will Australia open border? Any update..

Don't worry very soon they'll start allowing students in even though the border is not fully open...by March students will be allowed in. Whether students from Nigeria will be allowed in is a separate question.
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by edkai: 2:50am On Jan 01
FieryJoe:
I applied as well to WSU. All requires docs submitted for about 2 weeks now for March intake. Yet to hear from them. Am I the only one waiting?

why not apply to a university in regional Australia rather than sydney. That's if you hope to boost your chance of getting a PR or at least regional sponsored visa which leads directly to PR. You can apply to university of Wollongong. It's not far from Sydney and is considered a regional area.
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by edkai: 2:55am On Jan 01
frandal:
Please guys can anyone help with a step by step process of applying to a university in Australia to study. I'm a computer science graduate and will like to do my masters (research and not coursework) because of low funds, I learnt research student are given jobs in the school as Teaching Assistant and maybe it can take care of my fees. I'm just a recent graduate and don't know if I have the requirements for a scholarship.���
I will advise that you pay an approved agent to assist you with your application for admission as well as visa application.
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by edkai: 2:58am On Jan 01
Bruxxels:
I will advice prospective candidates or students to apply to regional institutions , there are many advantages. I guess from next year, if there is no any issue especially with the pandemic , overseas students will be allowed into Australia. So don't give up everything will be alright.
Well said Bruxxels. Guys if you have any goal of having an extended stay in Australia that would lead to PR or want to apply for PR directly after your studies, studying in regional Australia should be your preferred choice.
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by Smile4mee01: 5:17pm On Jan 01
edkai:

Well said Bruxxels. Guys if you have any goal of having an extended stay in Australia that would lead to PR or want to apply for PR directly after your studies, studying in regional Australia should be your preferred choice.

This is relevant advice but studying in regional area might not be enough. There are some challenges with studying in regional area.
I.e Jobs are limited.

Also the way I see it ehn, only health related are somewhat sure of getting pr now. And once the govt feels they have had enough, they will close or reduce the number needed.

It reminds me of some indian guys that were my flat mate. after studying, to get PR they went to study trade courses. Plumbing, carpentry etc.when govt realized the number of applicants via that route increased they took it out of the list and threw them into jeopardy.

Sometimes ehn, chasing these govt policies for PR is tough. Imagine a guy very good in law, just to get PR switches to Nursing. This is one reason canada beats Australia, once u graduate from thier uni it's as good as having PR.

It's tough, but we move.

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Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by Priceless25: 2:47am On Jan 02
Does anyone have any suggestion? I submitted Form A with Access bank since December 16 and it hasn't gone through till date, do I need to try another bank?
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by bligs: 3:52am On Jan 02
Smile4mee01:


This is relevant advice but studying in regional area might not be enough. There are some challenges with studying in regional area.
I.e Jobs are limited.

Also the way I see it ehn, only health related are somewhat sure of getting pr now. And once the govt feels they have had enough, they will close or reduce the number needed.

It reminds me of some indian guys that were my flat mate. after studying, to get PR they went to study trade courses. Plumbing, carpentry etc.when govt realized the number of applicants via that route increased they took it out of the list and threw them into jeopardy.

Sometimes ehn, chasing these govt policies for PR is tough. Imagine a guy very good in law, just to get PR switches to Nursing. This is one reason canada beats Australia, once u graduate from thier uni it's as good as having PR.

It's tough, but we move.
Trade courses have never been taken off the Occupation list completely before, they're always in assessment level 3 and some states may close their nomination or ppl not meeting states requirements for nomination.
Presently plumbing is open for 189 and no single invitation yet this year
https://deltaimmigration.com.au/Plumber-General/334111.htm
Same as carpentry.
https://deltaimmigration.com.au/Carpenter/331212.htm
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by Tobyy10: 10:18am On Jan 02
edkai:

Well said Bruxxels. Guys if you have any goal of having an extended stay in Australia that would lead to PR or want to apply for PR directly after your studies, studying in regional Australia should be your preferred choice.

Hello Edkai, is master of teaching a viable pathway for pr(I studied English at the uni) and aside from Wollongong which other universities are in the regional areas
Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by edkai: 1:32pm On Jan 02
Tobyy10:


Hello Edkai, is master of teaching a viable pathway for pr(I studied English at the uni) and aside from Wollongong which other universities are in the regional areas
Yes, Primary school teacher is eligible for PR either via the 190 skilled nominated visa subclass or the 489 skilled regional (state or territory nominated) visa subclass.

Secondary school teacher is eligible for 189 skilled independent (points tested) visa, 190 skilled nominated visa and 489 skilled regional visa (state or territory nominated) all of which lead to PR.

However, it's easier to get these if you study in a regional area. Even though you don't have enough points for 189, you can get 489 which leads directly to PR after 2 or 3 years on the visa.

Other universities with campuses in regional areas are University of south Australia. Their regional campuses provide course options which includes Primary education.

University of Tasmania is another with regional campuses, Charles Darwin university, Edith Cowan university, Murdoch university, University of Adelaide, Southern cross university e.t.c

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