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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by misskit(f): 1:18am On Dec 02
I have calculated our points we both have 70 points each under d 190 subclass and 75 points under the 189 subclass
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by misskit(f): 1:20am On Dec 02
He's a graduate of crawford uni and i am a graduate of OAU

You need to calculate your score using the Point Test Calculator https://www.anzscosearch.com/points-test/ and go with the person with the highest score.
You should also state your spouse's university here to determine the educational points.
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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 1:30am On Dec 02
misskit:
Hello house, please i am about statting the whole Australian PR process, we're finking hubby should be the PA, he has OND Accountancy and BSc Accounting also taking his proffesional exam CITN with over 8yrs experience as a tax accountant, I on the other hand has BSc Sociology and currently doing my MBA.

My question are
1. Who should be the PA dat will aid our points?
2. what is EA for Accounting and Sociology like?
3. For me under wat job category do i fit?

PLEASE GIVE ME ANSWERS

Your husband is the better option as the PA. However, for accountants, he will need to be able to get at least 80 points to have a shot at being invited. Accountants are way too much with high points like 75 still on the queue since last year.

Alternatively, you can try Canada with more occupations and flexibility of scoring points.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by jayooh: 3:58am On Dec 02
misskit:
I have calculated our points we both have 70 points each under d 190 [/b]subclass and[b] 75 points under the 189 subclass
The bolded is not plausible, please check again, this time carefully.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by jayooh: 3:58am On Dec 02
Congratulations to you and the Family, your patience and perseverance are rare @Cecegal
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by shacore: 10:05am On Dec 02
Good morning everyone in the house, Happy Sunday to you all. Please help me out here i intend applying to South Australia for 313112 ICT Customer Support Officer

Age: 30
Education: B.Eng (Computer)
Present occupation: IT support
Years of work experience: 3 years in IT support, Web deign with payment made by hand, so no tax or Payslip
Married: Yes with a son.
I intend to be the primary applicant. Going by what i have read on their website TRA Would be my accessing body for 313112
Please kindly help me analyze my chances and more so can i claim points base on my experience?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Casumugha: 10:08am On Dec 02
Yes, cause 190 gives u extra 5 points on your 189 points. So 190 cannot be higher than 189
jayooh:

The bolded is not plausible, please check again, this time carefully.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by mcjacve4eva: 2:32pm On Dec 02
Dear all,

I appreciate the spirit in this forum. I am new to this forum and to the Australia stuff.

I have been pursuing the Canadian stuff for a while and in the process, I wrote IELTS and got band 7 across the board that will be expiring by July 2019.

I have used the calculator to run my score and below is how I stand.

189: 65
190: 70
489: 75

My background: I have B.Eng in Chemical Engineering and PGD in management. I have worked in the banking sector spanning over 10years with 14months as a professional in training. Within this period, I spent circa 4 -5 years as a Relationship manager afterward, an opportunity came and I moved to the Head office where I worked with the top level executives as a business analyst for 4 years and for over a year now as performance manager tracking the performance of business managers. I am also married with 2 kids. I am 38 years now to be 39 by April. My wife is 5years younger but she runs her show[Business].

My Issue: I do not understand what is SOL and CSOL. what do I need to do first cos am kind of confused with the terms I meet when I run through the thread.

I seriously need help.

Thanks to everyone.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Cecegal: 3:15pm On Dec 02
Thanks so much.

Am sorry I do not have it,I can give you a template PM me.


Casumugha:
congrats on such perseverance, congratulations.
please do you still have your commitment statement for ACT, is there anyway I can use it.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Cecegal: 3:17pm On Dec 02
Thank you for all wishes,Grateful much.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by keleto: 3:19pm On Dec 02
GreenMavro:
Say no to agent

Drop your profile let Ogas in the house guide you

Age:
Education:
Present occupation:
Years of work experience:

Don't allow any agent exploit you.....

Age: 38
Education: HND elect/elect 2004; BTech(South Africa) electrical (one yr top up)April 2018
Present occupation; electrical engr(6yrs), instrumentation/process control tech(5yrs), reliability specialist(1 yr).
Years of experience (12 yrs).
Proposed ielts score (7;7;7;7)

Pls house can you advice what area I can assess for and possibility of getting ITA.

Thanks.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by mcjacve4eva: 5:20pm On Dec 02
@bellong please can you be of help?

mcjacve4eva:
Dear all,

I appreciate the spirit in this forum. I am new to this forum and to the Australia stuff.

I have been pursuing the Canadian stuff for a while and in the process, I wrote IELTS and got band 7 across the board that will be expiring by July 2019.

I have used the calculator to run my score and below is how I stand.

189: 65
190: 70
489: 75

My background: I have B.Eng in Chemical Engineering and PGD in management. I have worked in the banking sector spanning over 10years with 14months as a professional in training. Within this period, I spent circa 4 -5 years as a Relationship manager afterward, an opportunity came and I moved to the Head office where I worked with the top level executives as a business analyst for 4 years and for over a year now as performance manager tracking the performance of business managers. I am also married with 2 kids. I am 38 years now to be 39 by April. My wife is 5years younger but she runs her show[Business].

My Issue: I do not understand what is SOL and CSOL. what do I need to do first cos am kind of confused with the terms I meet when I run through the thread.

I seriously need help.

Thanks to everyone.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by zackysmith11: 6:18pm On Dec 02
Please house, is there any particular CV format required for Vetassess Assessment? if so, can someone help me with sample CV?
my email is zackysmith@yahoo.com

Thanks in anticipation
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by keleto: 6:19pm On Dec 02
keleto:


Age: 38
Education: HND elect/elect 2004; BTech(South Africa) electrical (one yr top up)April 2018
Present occupation; electrical engr(6yrs), instrumentation/process control tech(5yrs), reliability specialist(1 yr).
Years of experience (12 yrs).
Proposed ielts score (7;7;7;7)

Pls house can you advice what area I can assess for and possibility of getting ITA.

Thanks.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by stepo707: 6:59pm On Dec 02
shacore:
Good morning everyone in the house, Happy Sunday to you all. Please help me out here i intend applying to South Australia for 313112 ICT Customer Support Officer

Age: 30
Education: B.Eng (Computer)
Present occupation: IT support
Years of work experience: 3 years in IT support, Web deign with payment made by hand, so no tax or Payslip
Married: Yes with a son.
I intend to be the primary applicant. Going by what i have read on their website TRA Would be my accessing body for 313112
Please kindly help me analyze my chances and more so can i claim points base on my experience?
You need 55points of your own.
From Age you have 30points, education could be 10/15 depeni on your school, you need to do pte exam 10/20points will be good.I think you are good to go.For TRA you will need bank statements/evidence of tax payment/payslip if you gonna have a chance

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by keleto: 7:15pm On Dec 02
[quote author=keleto post=73494081][/quote]

No body want to answer my queries
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by georgee(m): 8:15pm On Dec 02
mcjacve4eva:
Dear all,

I appreciate the spirit in this forum. I am new to this forum and to the Australia stuff.

I have been pursuing the Canadian stuff for a while and in the process, I wrote IELTS and got band 7 across the board that will be expiring by July 2019.

I have used the calculator to run my score and below is how I stand.

189: 65
190: 70
489: 75

My background: I have B.Eng in Chemical Engineering and PGD in management. I have worked in the banking sector spanning over 10years with 14months as a professional in training. Within this period, I spent circa 4 -5 years as a Relationship manager afterward, an opportunity came and I moved to the Head office where I worked with the top level executives as a business analyst for 4 years and for over a year now as performance manager tracking the performance of business managers. I am also married with 2 kids. I am 38 years now to be 39 by April. My wife is 5years younger but she runs her show[Business].

My Issue: I do not understand what is SOL and CSOL. what do I need to do first cos am kind of confused with the terms I meet when I run through the thread.

I seriously need help.

Thanks to everyone.
Our cases sound familiar. I have been battling to understand the whole process of this 190 (That's where my skill and that of my wife lies) Assessing body is VETESSE, and want to apply for Tasmania.
I have B. SC Metallurgical and Materials Engr and close to 10yrs banking experience in International Trade and Treasury Operations while Wifey has close to 10yr banking experience in Customer Service.
.
What are our chances with Skilled Migration subclass 190 for Tasmania?
We will both write IELTS Jan-Feb 2019. I have been trying to navigate the whole process myself. The more i try, the more confused i get.
I need step by step guides on how to go about this.
.
I am 37 and wifey is 31
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 9:45pm On Dec 02
misskit:
He's a graduate of crawford uni and i am a graduate of OAU

You need to calculate your score using the Point Test Calculator https://www.anzscosearch.com/points-test/ and go with the person with the highest score.
You should also state your spouse's university here to determine the educational points.
I think Canny will be a better option.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 9:48pm On Dec 02
zackysmith11:
Please house, is there any particular CV format required for Vetassess Assessment? if so, can someone help me with sample CV?
my email is zackysmith@yahoo.com

Thanks in anticipation
there is no format for Vetassess. Just draw up your cv and ensure your JD are aligned to what you have on your reference letter.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by pedi(m): 9:50pm On Dec 02
Bro how far,we have same occupations what with with your application any goodness? Which accessing body?
Did you get up 70 poin?










I have work experience in the same job code which is on the CSOL list but for 2 companies
Company A from 2013-2016
Compnay B from 2016--Present,
In calculating my skilled employment points , how many years can I claim for (in the past 10 years)?
Is it 5 years or 3 years?

In the DHA website I read for the code 234211 -Chemist ,the Visa subclasses (streams or type) are 86, 407, TSS (M),Does it mean a person with this job code can't apply for visa class 189?
Thank you.[/quote]
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 10:03pm On Dec 02
mcjacve4eva:
Dear all,

I appreciate the spirit in this forum. I am new to this forum and to the Australia stuff.

I have been pursuing the Canadian stuff for a while and in the process, I wrote IELTS and got band 7 across the board that will be expiring by July 2019.

I have used the calculator to run my score and below is how I stand.

189: 65
190: 70
489: 75

My background: I have B.Eng in Chemical Engineering and PGD in management. I have worked in the banking sector spanning over 10years with 14months as a professional in training. Within this period, I spent circa 4 -5 years as a Relationship manager afterward, an opportunity came and I moved to the Head office where I worked with the top level executives as a business analyst for 4 years and for over a year now as performance manager tracking the performance of business managers. I am also married with 2 kids. I am 38 years now to be 39 by April. My wife is 5years younger but she runs her show[Business].

My Issue: I do not understand what is SOL and CSOL. what do I need to do first cos am kind of confused with the terms I meet when I run through the thread.

I seriously need help.

Thanks to everyone.

From your profile, I do not think you score will be up to what you quoted due to the fact that your degree is not relevant to your work experience. Your experience may be reduced to 4 years if it's Vetassess that will assess your job. What job are you nominating?

Also, SOL and CSOL have been renamed to MLTSSL (Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List) and STSOL (Short-term Skilled Occupation List). The former contains list of occupations that are available for visa sub-classes (189, 190, 489 and 485) whereas the latter is only available for State nomination visa sub-class .(190 and 489)

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 10:04pm On Dec 02
georgee:

Our cases sound familiar. I have been battling to understand the whole process of this 190 (That's where my skill and that of my wife lies) Assessing body is VETESSE, and want to apply for Tasmania.
I have B. SC Metallurgical and Materials Engr and close to 10yrs banking experience in International Trade and Treasury Operations while Wifey has close to 10yr banking experience in Customer Service.
.
What are our chances with Skilled Migration subclass 190 for Tasmania?
We will both write IELTS Jan-Feb 2019. I have been trying to navigate the whole process myself. The more i try, the more confused i get.
I need step by step guides on how to go about this.
.
I am 37 and wifey is 31

What job are you nominating?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by shacore: 6:16am On Dec 03
Morning All.
Anyone with PTE-A VOUCHER @ an affordable price please?
Wishing Everyone a blissful week ahead. grin grin grin
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by georgee(m): 6:55am On Dec 03
tunlex01:


What job are you nominating?
I am nominating Finance dealer nec, while wifey is nominating Customer Service manager
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by zackysmith11: 7:51am On Dec 03
Thanks alot.
tunlex01:

there is no format for Vetassess. Just draw up your cv and ensure your JD are aligned to what you have on your reference letter.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by mcjacve4eva: 8:13am On Dec 03
Thank you @tunlex01. I am looking at going for ICT business Analyst through ACS. what I do now is basically on the analytical side.

tunlex01:


From your profile, I do not think you score will be up to what you quoted due to the fact that your degree is not relevant to your work experience. Your experience may be reduced to 4 years if it's Vetassess that will assess your job. What job are you nominating?

Also, SOL and CSOL have been renamed to MLTSSL (Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List) and STSOL (Short-term Skilled Occupation List). The former contains list of occupations that are available for visa sub-classes (189, 190, 489 and 485) whereas the latter is only available for State nomination visa sub-class .(190 and 489)
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Adesomo24: 9:01am On Dec 03
@bellong @alphadoor

I need your advice please.

I’m assessing with ACWA and the TaT is 8-10weeks. This is the 12th week and I am yet to receive my outcome. I have stayed up late several nights just to contact them, all to no avail. They didn’t pick my calls throughout last week and I have sent 3 emails within the last 2 weeks and I still didn’t get a response. I sent an email earlier today authorizing a friend of mind (she’s in Oz) to help follow up and still no response to my emails. Secondly, the last email they sent me several weeks back was addressed to someone else but sent to me. I hope they haven’t mixed up my profile. Please advice what steps I should take next.

Thanks a lot!
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by korlahwarleh(m): 9:45am On Dec 03
zanyzara:

I know EA uses your actual salary to assess your experience but I don't know whether DHA does same.

I would suggest you get the tax certificates for the period and assess your experience with EA first. If EA accepts all the experience, you can conveniently claim it with DHA.

Zany.

Thank you. Please, for assessing my experience with EA, will I have to write career episodes again as the ones I used was based on my experience at the company?
Also, is it the same amount?

What if, I get the tax certificate for the period and a statutory declaration, will that fly?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by NormalThing: 12:40pm On Dec 03
The demand on ict occupations is huge.
i need 5 extra points. exhausted all possible point pathways. It is only english i know else would have done ccl. spouse i do not have embarassed embarassed
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 3:36pm On Dec 03
georgee:

I am nominating Finance dealer nec, while wifey is nominating Customer Service manager
Currently, your job is not available for nomination but your wife's job is. She can apply to NT for nomination for 489 or SA if she is able to get 80 points.
You can also start your assessment to support her with extra 5 points.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 3:40pm On Dec 03
mcjacve4eva:
Thank you @tunlex01. I am looking at going for ICT business Analyst through ACS. what I do now is basically on the analytical side.

Your experience will most likely be reduced because of the B.Eng degree in Chemical engineering. More so, your business Analyst Experience is just for 4 years.
Anyone who has assessed with ACS can advise further.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by mcjacve4eva: 8:29pm On Dec 03
@tunlex01 I appreciate.

tunlex01:

Your experience will most likely be reduced because of the B.Eng degree in Chemical engineering. More so, your business Analyst Experience is just for 4 years.
Anyone who has assessed with ACS can advise further.

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