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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by stifo2012: 9:14am On Feb 14
mamajaz:
So, I got me a tier 2 ( General skill shortage) visa today. I appreciate everybody in this family. God will keep saying "Yes" to our dreams. Special appreciation to chief belong, bnimz, Jamson, law land, Alphadoor, spyroxyl, utcheylee, Teejay80, doyen, Olalekankad, Azy123, nkechima, Zanyzara, mofepr. In fact, I appreciate everybody.

Congratulations, may the good of the land answer to you.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by oscarpellenchy: 2:18pm On Feb 14
mamajaz:
So, I got me a tier 2 ( General skill shortage) visa today. I appreciate everybody in this family. God will keep saying "Yes" to our dreams. Special appreciation to chief belong, bnimz, Jamson, law land, Alphadoor, spyroxyl, utcheylee, Teejay80, doyen, Olalekankad, Azy123, nkechima, Zanyzara, mofepr. In fact, I appreciate everybody.

Congrats madam....

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by jfan(m): 2:28pm On Feb 14
Hi everyone,

I appreciate everyone for a wonderful job done here, taking out time to share this great information. I am currently getting my documents ready for Engineers Australia and I want to ask some questions:

1. have 3 years’ experience as a structural engineer in a company that paid me in cash (no pension, no tax) and one of my career episode is based a project I did while I was in this company. I spoke with my direct supervisor and he said he is willing to give me a reference letter to include all the details required by Engineer Australia. Will this reference letter be sufficient as proof of my employment?

2. I presently work as a Civil/Structural Designer and I would like to be assessed as a professional Structural Engineer. Can I include this present position in my CV?

Note:
a.) The job description is different from that of a structural Engineer but somehow related.
b.) None of my Career Episode is based on my present job.


I will appreciate your response. Thanks all
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by pawsofdikeje(m): 2:44pm On Feb 14
Can you explain this process.

Am lost on your statement.

sandyfel:







I used just my spouse's certificate, transcripts and proof of English letter for my own visa. Didn't need any test result
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by subcbouy: 2:59pm On Feb 14
mamajaz:
So, I got me a tier 2 ( General skill shortage) visa today. I appreciate everybody in this family. God will keep saying "Yes" to our dreams. Special appreciation to chief belong, bnimz, Jamson, law land, Alphadoor, spyroxyl, utcheylee, Teejay80, doyen, Olalekankad, Azy123, nkechima, Zanyzara, mofepr. In fact, I appreciate everybody.
congratulobia, mama Jazmin's

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by blackbriar: 3:56pm On Feb 14
jfan:
Hi everyone,

I appreciate everyone for a wonderful job done here, taking out time to share this great information. I am currently getting my documents ready for Engineers Australia and I want to ask some questions:

1. have 3 years’ experience as a structural engineer in a company that paid me in cash (no pension, no tax) and one of my career episode is based a project I did while I was in this company. I spoke with my direct supervisor and he said he is willing to give me a reference letter to include all the details required by Engineer Australia. Will this reference letter be sufficient as proof of my employment?

2. I presently work as a Civil/Structural Designer and I would like to be assessed as a professional Structural Engineer. Can I include this present position in my CV?

Note:
a.) The job description is different from that of a structural Engineer but somehow related.
b.) None of my Career Episode is based on my present job.


I will appreciate your response. Thanks all


You will need tax receipts or certificate, reference letter alone not enough.
A structural designer is also an engineer, plus it’s an episode to you been an engineer. Even siwes experience is highly welcomed as long as it proves engineering abilities
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by fatima04: 5:09pm On Feb 14
mamajaz:
So, I got me a tier 2 ( General skill shortage) visa today. I appreciate everybody in this family. God will keep saying "Yes" to our dreams. Special appreciation to chief belong, bnimz, Jamson, law land, Alphadoor, spyroxyl, utcheylee, Teejay80, doyen, Olalekankad, Azy123, nkechima, Zanyzara, mofepr. In fact, I appreciate everybody.

Congratulations sis

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by adeomoade: 1:06pm On Feb 15
mamajaz:
So, I got me a tier 2 ( General skill shortage) visa today. I appreciate everybody in this family. God will keep saying "Yes" to our dreams. Special appreciation to chief belong, bnimz, Jamson, law land, Alphadoor, spyroxyl, utcheylee, Teejay80, doyen, Olalekankad, Azy123, nkechima, Zanyzara, mofepr. In fact, I appreciate everybody.
Congratulations

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Prolivingproof(m): 4:04pm On Feb 15
mamajaz:
So, I got me a tier 2 ( General skill shortage) visa today. I appreciate everybody in this family. God will keep saying "Yes" to our dreams. Special appreciation to chief belong, bnimz, Jamson, law land, Alphadoor, spyroxyl, utcheylee, Teejay80, doyen, Olalekankad, Azy123, nkechima, Zanyzara, mofepr. In fact, I appreciate everybody.
Congratulations@mamajaz. May God favour you and family.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by catchdwind4rmkd(m): 8:52pm On Feb 15
Congrats, more Grace...
Best wishes

mamajaz:
So, I got me a tier 2 ( General skill shortage) visa today. I appreciate everybody in this family. God will keep saying "Yes" to our dreams.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by firpemi: 9:15pm On Feb 15
Please E-family help is it possible I don't submit work reference from my employer to vetasses , reason being I don't want my employer to know of my plans?.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by momamorgz(f): 7:58am On Feb 16
[qquote author=mamajaz post=75705774]So, I got me a tier 2 ( General skill shortage) visa today. I appreciate everybody in this family. God will keep saying "Yes" to our dreams. Special appreciation to chief belong, bnimz, Jamson, law land, Alphadoor, spyroxyl, utcheylee, Teejay80, doyen, Olalekankad, Azy123, nkechima, Zanyzara, mofepr. In fact, I appreciate everybody. [/quote]

Congratulations Mamajaz..Super happy for you!

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by lharstborn(m): 12:32pm On Feb 16
zanyzara:


Your assessing body is APS, click here for the process.

Which school and the duration of your husband's course, maybe he can also assess as a psychologist. Check the APS requirements. Or what does he do as an admin officer maybe another job could be proposed.

You need to satisfy some requirements for you to claim experience as a psychologist, click here for the minimum requirement.

If you can get the spousal point, I think you should be fine with 70 points as psychologist are not that competitive.

Best of luck.

Zany.


Can you please help me out with the steps I am to take regarding migration to Australia for skilled persons?
I possess a first degree in Counselling Psychology and also a Masters in Psychology too.
What exams and tests do I need to take?
I am single also, would that be an advantage or disadvantage?
Thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by sammywemmy: 12:42pm On Feb 16
mamajaz:
So, I got me a tier 2 ( General skill shortage) visa today. I appreciate everybody in this family. God will keep saying "Yes" to our dreams. Special appreciation to chief belong, bnimz, Jamson, law land, Alphadoor, spyroxyl, utcheylee, Teejay80, doyen, Olalekankad, Azy123, nkechima, Zanyzara, mofepr. In fact, I appreciate everybody.

Congrats Mamajaz. Finally God don do am. More good news on this forum.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by PwityMiwa: 2:59pm On Feb 16
Good Day E-Family,

Please if i don't have a statement of service(reference letter) from my company, can i do a statutory declaration? for work experience valuation by VETASSES
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bucade11: 3:53pm On Feb 16
Pls house I need an advice on this;
Age:29
Working experience:5 years as a agricultural research scientist with Federal Govt.
Education: Master
IELTS: 6.5
Will I get good assessments?
Pls house
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Obigirl: 4:29pm On Feb 16
Yes you will if you go through the thread and read up on the various steps and requirements, also go through vetasses website (which is your assessing body) and check the requirements for assessing as an agricultural scientist. Then while assessing you can prepare and rewrite your English for a better score.
Good luck.t
bucade11:
Pls house I need an advice on this;
Age:29
Working experience:5 years as a agricultural research scientist with Federal Govt.
Education: Master
IELTS: 6.5
Will I get good assessments?
Pls house

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bucade11: 4:45pm On Feb 16
Obigirl:
Yes you will if you go through the thread and read up on the various steps and requirements, also go through vetasses website (which is your assessing body) and check the requirements for assessing as an agricultural scientist. Then while assessing you can prepare and rewrite your English for a better score.
Good luck.t
Thanks so much, I’ll go through it.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 6:26pm On Feb 16
PwityMiwa:
Good Day E-Family,

Please if i don't have a statement of service(reference letter) from my company, can i do a statutory declaration? for work experience valuation by VETASSES
You can get your supervisor to write a reference letter on a plain paper for you. That should be fine
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by awonugaoluwadar: 9:34pm On Feb 16
Good evening everyone,

so my partner and myself have been on the canada journey for a while but finally realized it's not for us, since we both don't have masters. we did our assessment with both EA and Vetassess and came out positive. Bellow is our point

1. Age-30
2. Experience -10
3. Education - 15
4. English test - 10
5. Spouse Experience - 5

I will want to know if we are fine for the 189 visa class or we need to take the English test and target 20 point which proves very difficult for us.

Oga Bellong and other oga's in the house kindly out. Thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by PwityMiwa: 9:54pm On Feb 16
Thank you.
tunlex01:

You can get your supervisor to write a reference letter on a plain paper for you. That should be fine
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by stanssy: 7:59am On Feb 17
Hello e-family, I am applying for nomination in TASMANIA as a quantity surveyor, I have positive assessment already, can anybody here assist me with the right information and guidance ? thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 9:06am On Feb 17
awonugaoluwadar:
Good evening everyone,


1. Age-30
2. Experience -10
3. Education - 15
4. English test - 10
5. Spouse Experience - 5

I will want to know if we are fine for the 189 visa class or we need to take the English test and target 20 point which proves very difficult for us.


You did not state your occupations.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 9:09am On Feb 17
stanssy:
Hello e-family, I am applying for nomination in TASMANIA as a quantity surveyor, I have positive assessment already, can anybody here assist me with the right information and guidance ? thanks

Why Tasmania?

NSW and ACT sponsor the occupation. This two states are better than Tasmania.

What is your total score, (without state nomination point)?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by zanyzara: 11:04am On Feb 17
mamajaz:
So, I got me a tier 2 ( General skill shortage) visa today. I appreciate everybody in this family. God will keep saying "Yes" to our dreams. Special appreciation to chief belong, bnimz, Jamson, law land, Alphadoor, spyroxyl, utcheylee, Teejay80, doyen, Olalekankad, Azy123, nkechima, Zanyzara, mofepr. In fact, I appreciate everybody.

Mamajaz, Mama mia to jasi. Congratulations! Go forth and prosper.

Zany.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by zanyzara: 11:09am On Feb 17
bucade11:

Thanks so much, I’ll go through it.

Obigirl has said it all.

In addition, contact koleefem05 to help you review your documentations ONLY when you are ready to submit for assessment.

Zany.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by zanyzara: 11:19am On Feb 17
lharstborn:

Can you please help me out with the steps I am to take regarding migration to Australia for skilled persons?
I possess a first degree in Counselling Psychology and also a Masters in Psychology too.
What exams and tests do I need to take?
I am single also, would that be an advantage or disadvantage?
Thanks
Read the first pages of this thread and part 1 to understand the process.

You can come back here if you need further clarification.

Zany.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by stanssy: 11:32am On Feb 17
I just did a research on job opportunities and discovered Murray in NSW and i discovered there are more job opportunities there. So I will be appying to Murray instead. can you assist in anyway with relevant information ACT is not nominating for 489 at the moment. my score is 55 without state nomination point
bellong:


Why Tasmania?

NSW and ACT sponsor the occupation. This two states are better than Tasmania.

What is your total score, (without state nomination point)?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by awonugaoluwadar: 12:54pm On Feb 17
I'm a construction project manager while she's a civil engineer. She's the principal applicant.
Thanks

bellong:


You did not state your occupations.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Diorite: 4:28pm On Feb 17
Good evening family. I have gone through the thread but still need some special assistance.

I have a BSc in geology but have worked as a relationship manager in a bank for over 8yrs since graduation.
I have gone through the occupations listed and can't seem to lockdown one that I can claim my 8 years experience.
Please help guide me. Thanks.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by stanssy: 6:37pm On Feb 17
Hello house, I am applying for nomination In Murray NSW, how much is suitable to declare as a single applicant ? I’m also worried about having tk provide proof
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 10:20pm On Feb 17
stanssy:
Hello house, I am applying for nomination In Murray NSW, how much is suitable to declare as a single applicant ? I’m also worried about having tk provide proof

Have you checked the website of the regional area? If proof is required, I am pretty sure that capital assets too can be used as proof

Why not also try to boost your English score to 20 so you can apply for either 189 or 190.

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