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Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by tunlex01(m): 9:37pm On Nov 18, 2020
Danny6552:
Hello I have a friend who is a Crane Operator and his plan is to migrate to Australia and work as a Crane Operator. Can someone with this skill qualify to apply for the resident/work permit? If yes please what are the requirements. Also which of the immigration program can he fit in? Thanks.
The link below is the thread for your enquiry.
https://www.nairaland.com/4478747/diy-guide-australian-permanent-resident

However, crane operator is not a relevant skill for now as it is not available on the occupation lists.
See image below for visa options for crane operator

Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by collinsuchendu(m): 9:43pm On Nov 18, 2020
cry Please incase you need an obedient maid in Aussie, I'm available.
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by BoldassBadasser(m): 6:57pm On Nov 19, 2020
Please I am graduate of philosophy University of Benin graduated 2015, currently working with a government health parrastatal , A Hospital management board to be precise in one of the states in the country as an administrative officer2. my employment is dated back since 25 November 2018 and having gone through the list I can't seems to find my career pathway as an administrative officer and also my course of study philosophy seems not be any relevance to the list as well.
But I have a skill in bricklaying and I want to utilize it to enroll under the anzsco TRA subvisa and I need to know how to start in details please.
I need your assistance please all voice will be appreciated thanks once more
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by Danny6552: 7:55am On Nov 30, 2020
please someone should explain the football move for me ... is it as a professional or what??

Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by tunlex01(m): 10:26pm On Dec 07, 2020
BoldassBadasser:

Please I am graduate of philosophy University of Benin graduated 2015, currently working with a government health parrastatal , A Hospital management board to be precise in one of the states in the country as an administrative officer2. my employment is dated back since 25 November 2018 and having gone through the list I can't seems to find my career pathway as an administrative officer and also my course of study philosophy seems not be any relevance to the list as well.
But I have a skill in bricklaying and I want to utilize it to enroll under the anzsco TRA subvisa and I need to know how to start in details please.
I need your assistance please all voice will be appreciated thanks once more

There is no admin occupation on the occupation list.
Having a skill in bricklaying is not enough to get a positive assessment with TRA. You also need a qualification in Bricklaying.
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by tunlex01(m): 10:26pm On Dec 07, 2020
Danny6552:
please someone should explain the football move for me ... is it as a professional or what??

Yes, a professional
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by Babatundeh26: 11:33pm On Dec 08, 2020
Please guys I’m in desperate need of help, I need to ship a parcel from Australia down to Nigeria. I will be very grateful if anyone can help direct me to an affordable courier.
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by FBS: 3:19am On Dec 09, 2020
^^^ This will be based on your location and size of parcel.
Do a quick search or maybe someone else can suggest one?
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by stifo2012: 4:54am On Dec 09, 2020
Babatundeh26:
Please guys I’m in desperate need of help, I need to ship a parcel from Australia down to Nigeria. I will be very grateful if anyone can help direct me to an affordable courier.

You can check widoph logistics. Have not used them before though a friend told me of this organization.

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Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by Happyfellow147: 8:55am On Dec 09, 2020
Thank you everyone who has been contributing to this thread.

Please help guide me on which path is most suitable for me.
I have read the first few pages and the last three but the visa classes are confusing me plus I read some of them have been replaced with another class.

Here are my details:

B.sc Accounting (First Class) 2013
Chartered Accountant- ICAN 2018
MmBA from Tekedia institute USA 2020
External Audit Associate 2015-2018
Accountant 2018-2020

Husband

B.sc Sociology
LLB 2021 (In view)
No professional work experience

I wouldn't mind going through the study route or the skilled workers route.

Kindly assist me with advise or point me to where I can read up.
Thank you.

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Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by maintainG: 12:21pm On Dec 09, 2020
Accounting is difficult to get. They are yet to call people for 189 PR since 2016., only NT is available for 190 state But they issue offshore applicants 491 only. The number of people waiting is something else. Don't even try it going to study accounting because you will waste your time and money.

Your husband course is good but unfortunately he has no work experience

I will advise if you are considering study, think of going into health profession like nursing, social work etc

Unless you want to go for your PhD, fine but make sure you secure full scholarship with stipend
Anything Accounting is a no-go area in Australia. They deceive people and chop your money. Also try Canada, you have higher chances there


Happyfellow147:
Thank you everyone who has been contributing to this thread.

Please help guide me on which path is most suitable for me.
I have read the first few pages and the last three but the visa classes are confusing me plus I read some of them have been replaced with another class.

Here are my details:

B.sc Accounting (First Class) 2013
Chartered Accountant- ICAN 2018
MmBA from Tekedia institute USA 2020
External Audit Associate 2015-2018
Accountant 2018-2020

Husband

B.sc Sociology
LLB 2021 (In view)
No professional work experience

I wouldn't mind going through the study route or the skilled workers route.

Kindly assist me with advise or point me to where I can read up.
Thank you.

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Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by Happyfellow147: 10:24pm On Dec 09, 2020
Thank you very much
maintainG:
Accounting is difficult to get. They are yet to call people for 189 PR since 2016., only NT is available for 190 state But they issue offshore applicants 491 only. The number of people waiting is something else. Don't even try it going to study accounting because you will waste your time and money.

Your husband course is good but unfortunately he has no work experience

I will advise if you are considering study, think of going into health profession like nursing, social work etc

Unless you want to go for your PhD, fine but make sure you secure full scholarship with stipend
Anything Accounting is a no-go area in Australia. They deceive people and chop your money. Also try Canada, you have higher chances there


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Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by Solitin40: 10:03am On Dec 10, 2020
Happyfellow147:
Thank you everyone who has been contributing to this thread.

Please help guide me on which path is most suitable for me.
I have read the first few pages and the last three but the visa classes are confusing me plus I read some of them have been replaced with another class.

Here are my details:

B.sc Accounting (First Class) 2013
Chartered Accountant- ICAN 2018
MmBA from Tekedia institute USA 2020
External Audit Associate 2015-2018
Accountant 2018-2020

Husband

B.sc Sociology
LLB 2021 (In view)
No professional work experience

I wouldn't mind going through the study route or the skilled workers route.

Kindly assist me with advise or point me to where I can read up.
Thank you.
Accounting is a no go area unless you want to waste your time And money

Your husband should go for Masters in Social Work

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Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by KennedyKennedy2(m): 10:35am On Dec 11, 2020
Hello fellas, how possible is getting a visiting visa to Aussie?
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by POZEHANANI(m): 3:29pm On Dec 11, 2020
Hello my people. I have read considerably on this thread. I must admit I am still confused with so many things.
How will a Nigerian trained pharmacist apply to migrate to Aust.... ? What visa option is the preferred one? and what's the possibility of moving with your about to be spouse?
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by ocpaschal: 9:04pm On Dec 11, 2020
Hello! I completed my studies for Political science (B.Sc) with 2.2 class degree in 2015, finished Nysc in 2017 and worked in NGOs until 2019. Since them I haven't gotten any other job yet. I'm 27yrs old. Pls what are the possible chances for me to obtain a student visa to study Masters degree in Australia ?
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by Richdee1(m): 11:11pm On Dec 11, 2020
ocpaschal:
Hello! I completed my studies for Political science (B.Sc) with 2.2 class degree in 2015, finished Nysc in 2017 and worked in NGOs until 2019. Since them I haven't gotten any other job yet. I'm 27yrs old. Pls what are the possible chances for me to obtain a student visa to study Masters degree in Australia ?


Can I send u a DM?
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by ocpaschal: 12:51am On Dec 12, 2020
Richdee1:



Can I send u a DM?
Yes u can.... Rem I'm making enquiries for my bro's sake in seeking to travel to US after graduation in Ukraine and d conditions i need to know about to be able to work in US as a certified doctor
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by FBS: 3:34am On Dec 12, 2020
POZEHANANI:
Hello my people. I have read considerably on this thread. I must admit I am still confused with so many things.
How will a Nigerian trained pharmacist apply to migrate to Aust.... ? What visa option is the preferred one? and what's the possibility of moving with your about to be spouse?
Please see the very first page, it contains most of the information you seek or at least a starting point.
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by missdivineprove(f): 10:41am On Dec 22, 2020
Babatundeh26:
Please guys I’m in desperate need of help, I need to ship a parcel from Australia down to Nigeria. I will be very grateful if anyone can help direct me to an affordable courier.
Hello, did you found any? Please share with me. I want to ship a parcel too.
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by Babatundeh26: 8:23am On Dec 23, 2020
missdivineprove:
Hello, did you found any? Please share with me. I want to ship a parcel too.
Yes I did but couldn’t use them because logistics was too much and expensive . http://www.widophlogistics.com.au/

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Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by Zarinzaima08: 6:12pm On Dec 23, 2020
Silverpurple:
Hello I recently got the Aussy, 189 PR visa. I stay and work in Lagos earning 550k a month. Is this a good time to leave all and move to Aussy. I am a software developer in Lagos.

Also, I have a wife and infant son.

Thanks for your advice..
Please how did you go about the whole processing thing, please help a sister
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by Zarinzaima08: 6:31pm On Dec 23, 2020
Teejah80:
Hi everyone.
I would like to share my experience on this Aussie parole.
September 2017 I got my visa 489,my hubby move to Australia in October same year while I was still in Nigeria cos I need to resigned (work with LSG).I joined my hubby in December same year.Jan 5th we moved to a regional area in qld.Getting accommodation was hard cos we don't have Rental history, we therefore lived in a shared accommodation with a Fijian woman.God used this woman to make things easier for us in term of settling in.Hubby got a job at the factory. I applied for different roles but wasn't lucky to even get an interview. I enrolled for certificate 3 in individual support and I got Government funding,so I only paid $65 for the course.Hubby encourage to concentrate and finish the course and also look aftet the kid while he worked and foot all the bill.i finished the course with 6month.(wanted to finish as early as 2montg but the RTO wouldn't allow me of qld directive that the course should be done around 6 to 12month).I got a job where I did my placement and life was good.
January 2020 we lodged our 887(PR).God added to my family 3months after we lodge 887,so I was able to enjoyed all the care given to a citizen at hospital �. NO DIME PAID. We notified CO of our additional baby,baby got 489 and Bridging visa immediately. Six month after lodging 887,got CO to rescan hubby passport. September we got our grant..
I just want to encourage anyone there,that do whatever it takes you to be here.Let me quickly add that I didn't get job in my occupation (Public health) and I couldn't do any further study cos of the cost. Finally, if its 491 worst case scenario student visa you could get,grab with Joy.If you are not lazy and you know how to save .You will be alright �
hello tee, please how did you apply, can you please give full details of how you did your processing.
I've calculated my points on the website and it's 80. I don't know what to do next. I'd appreciate if you can help. Thanks

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Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by missdivineprove(f): 2:31am On Dec 25, 2020
Babatundeh26:
Yes I did but couldn’t use them because logistics was too much and expensive . http://www.widophlogistics.com.au/
Alright.
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by Richdee1(m): 2:36am On Dec 25, 2020
Australians make una drop Christmas Pictures oo I know every one is still Distancing
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by Danny6552: 10:54am On Dec 25, 2020
Richdee1:
Australians make una drop Christmas Pictures oo
I know every one is still Distancing

Baba me sef no understand this Australia people oo grin.. Be like Dem day work all year round oo.. no Christmas holiday grin
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by FBS: 4:56am On Dec 28, 2020
Lol. Christmas dey happen but a lot of people are actually on annual leave/ holidays until Jan 4th 2021 while some are obviously still working.
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by iHustle(m): 4:59am On Dec 30, 2020
Silverpurple:
Hello I recently got the Aussy, 189 PR visa. I stay and work in Lagos earning 550k a month. Is this a good time to leave all and move to Aussy. I am a software developer in Lagos.

Also, I have a wife and infant son.

Thanks for your advice..

Forget that salary that you think is big. Leave Nigeria while you can. This move will favour you and your family.

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Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by ebere272: 8:27am On Dec 30, 2020
Recently moved to Melbourne, looking for an ensuite room to rent..@joan or any female in the house, preferably north Melbourne

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Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by Danny6552: 7:45pm On Dec 31, 2020
Be like snake done bite everybody for here angry abi kangaroo done use punch send them go hospital grin. . nobody care to post about Australia Christmas celebration ... It's a wow !
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by JennyKadry2: 12:39pm On Jan 01
Happy new year

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