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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Mcslize: 10:23pm On Jan 07
vickyjay88:


What about a direct entry student that spent 4 years for the 5-year program?

The diploma you used for securing admission to study your bachelor degree will be accepted as recognition of prior learning ( RPL). During your assessment, you will submit both your diploma and bachelor certs and transcripts along with a cover letter explaining that you used your diploma to secure admission for your bachelor degree and your university recognized it as RPL. This in essence total 6yrs. 2yrs Diploma and 4yrs bachelor which equals to that same 15points.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Denov: 11:43pm On Jan 07
I am new here. I am 39 years and married. I have an MSC an MBA. My spouse also has an MBA. We both have over 12 years experience in relevant field. What are our chances for Canadian EE? I am the PA. Thanks for your advice.
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.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by klerry: 2:58am On Jan 08

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by vickyjay88: 6:08am On Jan 08
Mcslize:


The diploma you used for securing admission to study your bachelor degree will be accepted as recognition of prior learning ( RPL). During your assement, you will submit both your diploma and bachelor certs and transcripts along with a cover letter explaining that you used your diploma to secure admission for your bachelor degree and your university recognized it as RPL. This in essence total 6yrs. 2yrs Diploma and 4yrs bachelor which equals to that same 15points.

Thank you @Mcslize for your response.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by koleefem05(m): 7:51am On Jan 08
#NT has recommenced Designated Area Migration (DAMA) whereby employers operating NT that have been approved for #DAMA can sponsor overseas workers. A number of occupations are available and lower English requirements apply.

https://business.nt.gov.au/business/migration-information-for-business/northern-territory-designated-area-migration-agreement
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by akari01: 11:41am On Jan 08
Register on their website.
Choose any test centre of your choice.
Pay for the test to confirm schedule.
Take the test on test day.


yungmin:


Please, can you help with how to register and take the PTE test in Abuja?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Alex1975: 12:55pm On Jan 08
koleefem05:
#NT has recommenced Designated Area Migration (DAMA) whereby employers operating NT that have been approved for #DAMA can sponsor overseas workers. A number of occupations are available and lower English requirements apply.

https://business.nt.gov.au/business/migration-information-for-business/northern-territory-designated-area-migration-agreement
The DAMA ii is not really for Nigerians .I don't think any employer in OZ that will sponsor a Nigerian.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by luvluvluv: 1:23pm On Jan 08
koleefem05:
#NT has recommenced Designated Area Migration (DAMA) whereby employers operating NT that have been approved for #DAMA can sponsor overseas workers. A number of occupations are available and lower English requirements apply.

https://business.nt.gov.au/business/migration-information-for-business/northern-territory-designated-area-migration-agreement

I don't understand this pls....care to break it down?
Even the site didn't help
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by slimchic08: 1:24pm On Jan 08
Good day everyone. Soi have been reading up but mostly been seeing engineering related courses and accounting stuff.
Hence, my question...

I have BSc Microbiology but have over 6 years work experience in business management. I'm a single 32years old lady. Am i eligible to apply for 190 visa and which of courses can i emphasize on?

Thanks in advance.

cc: Bellong, Jukeblam

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Ibuske: 10:39pm On Jan 08
Good evening everyone and thank you all for the swift and helpful response on here.

Please I need someone to be of help to me.
My friend wants to apply for the Australia PR and don't know how to go about it, so I said I will help him put it our here for you all to advice. Thank you.

Age: 40 - 44 years
Qualification: BSc Geography
Professional Cert: NIIT Advance Cert in Information Technology.
Status: Married
Working Experience: 2 years working experience with DPR as a corper, 10 years working experience as Data Administrator with the bank till date.
He's been paying his tax since 10 years ago.

Please kindly advice.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Ibuske: 11:13pm On Jan 08
BKings:
https://archive.homeaffairs.gov.au/trav/work/work/skills-assessment-and-assessing-authorities/skilled-occupations-lists/combined-stsol-mltssl

Thank you @ Bkings. I have opened the link but still couldn't find anything, only if you purchase the occupation History. I won't mind if you have it with and share in my email. :mideomo@yahoo.com
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by ab2care: 11:23pm On Jan 08
please can someone help with the link to part 1 of this thread
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by koleefem05(m): 3:34am On Jan 09
https://www.nairaland.com/3053069/general-guide-australian-permanent-resident
ab2care:
please can someone help with the link to part 1 of this thread
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Petebola2005: 8:16am On Jan 09
Good morning house. Please I need more info on VETASSESS assessment procedures/documentations. I am applying for assessment as Human Resource Adviser.

I have over 18years work experience as Human Resource officer/Manager and PA and I want to claim all these years. These experiences are from 3 organisations and I have been able to get reference letters from them. Pls assist with the following questions:

1. Do I need to attach payslips for all the years?
2. Do I need to get tax clearance for the years ?
3. How many months bank statement reflecting salary payments?
4. What other documents do I need?
5. Pls is there anybody that has been assessed as HR adviser in the house? I need your guidance pls.

Thank you all.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Petebola2005: 8:20am On Jan 09
akari01:
Register on their website.
Choose any test centre of your choice.
Pay for the test to confirm schedule.
Take the test on test day.



You can register with EXAMPLANET. Just search for EXAMPLANET and go to their website. The registration process is very simple. They also have training programs and materials if you want.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by whytbabs: 11:17am On Jan 09
Please what's the meaning of four letter code in offer of an employment to AUS from Nigeria?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by koleefem05(m): 6:06pm On Jan 09
[quote author=Petebola2005 post=74586461][/quote]
1. You do not need to attach payslips for all the years. Pick two-three significant slips per company.

2. Tax clearance is not a requirement for VETASSESS.

3. Bank statement is not a mandatory requirement.

4. All documents you feel can substantiate your qualification for the nominated occupation- promotion letter, appreciation letters, awards, reference letter etc.

5. Ensure the JD in your Statement of service, CV and any other docs that reflect such aligns with ANZSCO requirements.

Regards.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by aaffluent: 8:10pm On Jan 09
The IT would work but might ACS might cut a lot of his experiences. He should look at the list for the best possible occupation that relates to the Data Administration
Ibuske:
Good evening everyone and thank you all for the swift and helpful response on here.

Please I need someone to be of help to me.
My friend wants to apply for the Australia PR and don't know how to go about it, so I said I will help him put it our here for you all to advice. Thank you.

Age: 40 - 44 years
Qualification: BSc Geography
Professional Cert: NIIT Advance Cert in Information Technology.
Status: Married
Working Experience: 2 years working experience with DPR as a corper, 10 years working experience as Data Administrator with the bank till date.
He's been paying his tax since 10 years ago.

Please kindly advice.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by ideamaster(m): 9:48pm On Jan 09
Saintbusco1:
Good morning great e-family of DIY Australia PR....

please I want to ask if an NCE +B.Ed (fresh graduate)

still without professional work experience.... please is there any means I can follow to obtain a PR visa(considering there is no work experience yet)? thanks in anticipation



Have a look at the Aitsl website. It says your application is assessed against 2 criteria. Qualification and English test. They don't require experience. You would have to gather more points from other sources like English test

However, your qualification must include supervised teaching practice.


AmaSophy:
I just discovered this thread today.

I need help please. I studied English language (education) - UNN. Other than approximately 2 years teaching experience which includes my NYSC and teaching practice experience, I have about 8 years experience in administrative functions and I am confused on what to apply for under the skilled occupation in subclass 189.

In a nutshell, my certificate I'm education doesn't confirm with quality experience in another field (administrative officer). I need advice on if to apply for education using just 2 yrs experience or look for something similar to admin although I don't remember seeing admin in the occupation list.

Please advice me professionally while considering the points that would be accrued to me

Age : 30points
Degree : 15 points
English: yet to write IELTS
Experience: 2 yrs teaching and 8 years admin officer


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You should probably go through the education route. You would have more options. You can go for 189 or look for state or regions sponsoring teachers.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by TRed: 9:54pm On Jan 09
Ibuske:
Good evening everyone and thank you all for the swift and helpful response on here.

Please I need someone to be of help to me.
My friend wants to apply for the Australia PR and don't know how to go about it, so I said I will help him put it our here for you all to advice. Thank you.

Age: 40 - 44 years
Qualification: BSc Geography
Professional Cert: NIIT Advance Cert in Information Technology.
Status: Married
Working Experience: 2 years working experience with DPR as a corper, 10 years working experience as Data Administrator with the bank till date.
He's been paying his tax since 10 years ago.

Please kindly advice.

Your friend will loose point with experience if he/she assess for ICT occupation because his/her degree is not related and due to his/her age bracket he/she will not be able to compete if he/she eventually gets a positive outcome in skill assessment. ICT occupations are highly competitive.

Verify if your friend's role is data administrator or database administrator.

If data administrator, he/she may be able to assess as records manager with vetassess which is only available for 190 &489 visas. With that he/she should hope for the following points;
Age : 15pts
Degree: 15pts ( if his/her degree is from a tier 1 uni)
Experience: 10pts
English :20points
State sponsorship: 5/10
Total:. 65/70

Note: records manager is a skill level 1 occupation and you can only qualify to assess for this if you attended a tier 1 University or a 5yr course in Nigeria.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 10:29pm On Jan 09
rasheedtobi:


Can you please clarify? What is the point for a 5-year Elect Elect Engineering program at LAUTECH.
A 5 year course usually gives 15 points
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 10:31pm On Jan 09
Petebola2005:


Thank you very much Mcslize. Tunlex01 I will really appreciate all your assistance on this.

It's AIM that assesses Human resources manager and not Vetassess. Vetassess assess ham resource advisor. please check the AIM website for more info. You can pm
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 10:40pm On Jan 09
Denov:
I am new here. I am 39 years and married. I have an MSC an MBA. My spouse also has an MBA. We both have over 12 years experience in relevant field. What are our chances for Canadian EE? I am the PA. Thanks for your advice.

This is an Australian thread not Canadian express entry thread. However, with your qualifications, your crs score is lower than d average score for ITA. If your spouse is younger, then you should be fine with d Canny journey

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 10:43pm On Jan 09
slimchic08:
Good day everyone. Soi have been reading up but mostly been seeing engineering related courses and accounting stuff.
Hence, my question...

I have BSc Microbiology but have over 6 years work experience in business management. I'm a single 32years old lady. Am i eligible to apply for 190 visa and which of courses can i emphasize on?

Thanks in advance.

cc: Bellong, Jukeblam

Hi, what's your job role?

Find out job description that fits the role you want to nominate on this website. www.anzscosearch.com
Go through the 'list' for Mltssl and stsol list

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 10:54pm On Jan 09
Petebola2005:
Good morning house. Please I need more info on VETASSESS assessment procedures/documentations. I am applying for assessment as Human Resource Adviser.

I have over 18years work experience as Human Resource officer/Manager and PA and I want to claim all these years. These experiences are from 3 organisations and I have been able to get reference letters from them. Pls assist with the following questions:

1. Do I need to attach payslips for all the years?
2. Do I need to get tax clearance for the years ?
3. How many months bank statement reflecting salary payments?
4. What other documents do I need?
5. Pls is there anybody that has been assessed as HR adviser in the house? I need your guidance pls.

Thank you all.

1. No, just 1 per year is fine if you will be uploading bank statement.
2. Vetassess do not require it except if they identify any issue with d employment. However, you may be needing it for the visa application
3. You can use 6 months for each role, probably the last 6 months for the 3 roles. I provided only a 6 month statement prior to d application date.
4. Any other documents to substantiate your claims.
5. No idea. You can check expatforum
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Petebola2005: 12:41am On Jan 10
tunlex01:


1. No, just 1 per year is fine if you will be uploading bank statement.
2. Vetassess do not require it except if they identify any issue with d employment. However, you may be needing it for the visa application
3. You can use 6 months for each role, probably the last 6 months for the 3 roles. I provided only a 6 month statement prior to d application date.
4. Any other documents to substantiate your claims.
5. No idea. You can check expatforum

Thank you so very much
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Petebola2005: 12:43am On Jan 10
koleefem05:

1. You do not need to attach payslips for all the years. Pick two-three significant slips per company.

2. Tax clearance is not a requirement for VETASSESS.

3. Bank statement is not a mandatory requirement.

4. All documents you feel can substantiate your qualification for the nominated occupation- promotion letter, appreciation letters, awards, reference letter etc.

5. Ensure the JD in your Statement of service, CV and any other docs that reflect such aligns with ANZSCO requirements.

Regards.

Thank you very much
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by vikmeek: 9:53am On Jan 10
Hello guys

How can I check quota for the various skills.

Like the remaining quota for each skill set. So that I can check which skill is less competitive. I need this to make a quick decision

Thank you
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by slimchic08: 10:34am On Jan 10
tunlex01:


Hi, what's your job role?

Find out job description that fits the role you want to nominate on this website. www.anzscosearch.com
Go through the 'list' for Mltssl and stsol list


Thank you so much for your response Tunlex01.

The role that best suits my work experience is Sales and marketing manager and the accessing body is AIM. But as it stands i do not have any qualification for it... i just grew on the job.

This is where am stuck! How do i go about it? Can I begin the process using this job role? Or is it advisable i look for a job role fitting my BSc qualification?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Oyetunde10: 2:37pm On Jan 10
Good Afternoon everyone,

So I had a first attempt at PTE and just got my result. Had L-84, R-79, S-70, W-87. It's a bit painful because nine more points in my speaking would have granted me 20 points but I'm still good with 10 points. Once I add this to the requirements under my visa category(subclass 489), I would have a total of 70/65.

Now, my chosen occupation falls under VETASSESs and there's only one state nominating it (Please what are my chances?).

Also, my major confusion is the application process. Is the EOI application different from the VETASSES application? or are they the same thing. Because I can see VETASSES also requires an application process.

Please o, I would really appreciate all necessary feedback, as I want to be very sure of my next step now that I have the PTE Result.

Thank you.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Alphadoor: 2:32am On Jan 11
vikmeek:
Hello guys

How can I check quota for the various skills.

Like the remaining quota for each skill set. So that I can check which skill is less competitive. I need this to make a quick decision

Thank you

https://www.anzscosearch.com/occupation-ceilings-2018-19/

https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/working-in-australia/skill-occupation-list
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Alphadoor: 2:36am On Jan 11
Oyetunde10:
Good Afternoon everyone,

So I had a first attempt at PTE and just got my result. Had L-84, R-79, S-70, W-87. It's a bit painful because nine more points in my speaking would have granted me 20 points but I'm still good with 10 points. Once I add this to the requirements under my visa category(subclass 489), I would have a total of 70/65.

Now, my chosen occupation falls under VETASSESs and there's only one state nominating it (Please what are my chances?).

Also, my major confusion is the application process. Is the EOI application different from the VETASSES application? or are they the same thing. Because I can see VETASSES also requires an application process.

Please o, I would really appreciate all necessary feedback, as I want to be very sure of my next step now that I have the PTE Result.

Thank you.

What occupation is this?
What state is nominating it?
Kindly share your 70/65points breakdown?

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