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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Alphadoor: 8:47am On Mar 09
topacs:
Please can pension statement of account, tax clearance and bank statement serve in the place of payslip, reason been i cannot get payslip from my previous employer, the only way to get payslip is to have access to the ERP software of which my username and password has been deleted from the system since i resigned about 4 to 5 years ago.
Very excellent alternatives. Makes a very strong case

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by sonamagarwal: 2:15pm On Mar 09
Hi, If you want to retrieve your data then contact your previous employer as they maintain data online as well as offline. If someone wants to buy or curious to know about ERP Software, then go through this Best ERP Sofwtare In India.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Mo234: 2:22pm On Mar 09
Alphadoor:

1. A sample reference letter is available on ACS website, I would have shared mine but its old and outdated as it does not meet the ACS latest requirement
2a. Elect Elect is most likely to be accessed as ICT Major, however going for ICT bus analyst can result in a 4yrs exp deduction.
2b. Reference letter cannot be delayed. If you are not comfortable with getting reference letter from your HR at the moment, you can choose statutory declaration (SD) option which is a reference letter written by your colleague, direct reports or supervisor on a non letter headed paper and you have to providing supporting documents like payslip and employment letter...... attached here is also an old sample... please check ACS website for latest guidelines and requirements regarding this. the SD must be notarized at the federal high court or by a notary officer in your vicinity.
3. To whom it may concern is good enough...

All in all, ICT bus analyst is a very competitive NOC, hope you are able to gather 70 points without state nominations
Read through the latest guidelines on ACS website


Thank you soo very much! you all have helped allayed most of my fears.

I have also read through the latest guidelines on ACS website as you suggested.

I noticed ICT Bus Analyst is competitive like you mentioned, however, that is the closest to all my years of work experience ( I am actually an IT Auditor or IT Consultant). Choosing another code may either mean I risk losing my years of work experience with no point or the other code won't be on the occupation list on the Medium and Long term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL).
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Fiod: 6:08pm On Mar 09
Hi timikenzo2,

Not yet sure of when I will be travelling but should be there before June.
timikenzo2:

Congratulations... pls are you travelling anytime soon?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by joyoi: 6:47pm On Mar 09
Hello everyone, am glad to be here thanks for all the information we keep gathering here,we are seriously thinking of going this Australia route but I have some small small questions I want the elders to please help me answer:

my hubby is 34yrs with a degree in accounting and masters in finance, he will be 8years by april 1st working as an internal auditor in a bank, please how positive will his assessment be with VETASSES, he is going to be the primary applicant.

I on the other hand though havent worked in a while but I have a degree in adult education/english and have over 4years of work experience in customer service. Pls do I need to also get verified too?

Please what is the cost implication (visa fee, immigration fee, proof of funds e.t.c. I dont mind a rough estimate pls) for a family of three in this australia immigration journey.

Please elders dont be offended if my questions are too much, just look with pity on dis smallie. I will really appreciate any kind and helpful response I can get. Thanks in anticipation.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by TRed: 2:24am On Mar 10
Great response @Alphadoor
@Mo234, When drafting the statutory declaration, ensure your job description is fully aligned with the occupation Anszco description as set out by ACS in order not to loose points.

Alphadoor:

1. A sample reference letter is available on ACS website, I would have shared mine but its old and outdated as it does not meet the ACS latest requirement

Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by datdopenigga: 9:21am On Mar 10
Please any medical doctor in the house? I need to help on how to get about this whole process. Category of visa I’ll apply to and all. Thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by datdopenigga: 9:24am On Mar 10
Emary:


Please, I will send you a DM. Need to partner with more people on this.
please I’m interested
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by lusen(m): 5:09am On Mar 11
BREAKING NEWS - Changes in MLTSSL/STSOL/ROL for 189 & Other Programs **

Many Occupations have been added in MLTSSL with the option to apply for 189 Visa independently.

Key Occupations added are below

- Statistician
- Economist
- Petroleum Engineer
- Chemist
- Environment Consultant
- Food Technologist
- Bio Chemist
- Life Scientist
- Bio Technologist
- University Lecturer
- Multimedia Specialist
- Software & Applications Programmer (NEC)
- Horse Trainer
- Botanist
- Marine Biologist
- Mining Engineer and many more.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by LoveWifee: 10:41pm On Mar 11
Hello Everyone,

Pls I need your guidance regarding visa 190. I have done assessment with EA, I was given Engineering Technologist. I have IELTS, L7.5, S7.5, W7.5, R7.0 and years of experience is 7yrs. I don't know which territory can give me nomination this profile data. Please assist experts in the house.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by LoveWifee: 12:06am On Mar 12
LoveWifee:
Hello Everyone,

Pls I need your guidance regarding visa 190. I have done assessment with EA, I was given Engineering Technologist. I have IELTS, L7.5, S7.5, W7.5, R7.0 and years of experience is 7yrs. I don't know which territory can give me nomination this profile data. Please assist experts in the house.

@Bellong your input will be appreciated
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 2:13am On Mar 12
LoveWifee:


@Bellong your input will be appreciated

You didn't put your age.

Age: ?
Education: 15
English: 10
Experience: 10

Total:

You definitely need to rewrite your English test for 20 points to increase your chance of being invited. With the 20 points, you can get 189 without state sponsorship provided your age points is within reach.

ACT, Victoria and Tasmania are the state's nominating Engineering Technologists. Read information about the nomination process on their respective website.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tomifizi: 3:52am On Mar 12
Good morning house, I appreciate all your input on the group, please help me out to making a decision.
about 3 two week’s ago I got an ITA to apply for Vitoria nomination which I submitted all supporting document the following day.
After my research on the group, I realize that getting the ITA to apply for VISA wasn’t automatic like other provinces. Earlier today, I also got an ITA for ACT nomination.

At this point I’m at a cross road if I’m to also submit my supporting document for ACT considering that I have to pay for ACT, although I would prefer Victoria to ACT.

Kindly advise accordingly and if anyone in the house got a positive response from Victoria should also help me out.
Thanks a lot
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Tee79(f): 8:13am On Mar 12
tomifizi:
Good morning house, I appreciate all your input on the group, please help me out to making a decision.
about 3 two week’s ago I got an ITA to apply for Vitoria nomination which I submitted all supporting document the following day.
After my research on the group, I realize that getting the ITA to apply for VISA wasn’t automatic like other provinces. Earlier today, I also got an ITA for ACT nomination.

At this point I’m at a cross road if I’m to also submit my supporting document for ACT considering that I have to pay for ACT, although I would prefer Victoria to ACT.

Kindly advise accordingly and if anyone in the house got a positive response from Victoria should also help me out.
Thanks a lot



Why not apply for ACT has well since Victoria is not automatic. If you now get ITA for Visa for the 2 states you can then choose Victoria. It is better to get both than lose out on both.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by LoveWifee: 8:41am On Mar 12
bellong:


You didn't put your age.

Age: ?
Education: 15
English: 10
Experience: 10

Total:

You definitely need to rewrite your English test for 20 points to increase your chance of being invited. With the 20 points, you can get 189 without state sponsorship provided your age points is within reach.

ACT, Victoria and Tasmania are the state's nominating Engineering Technologists. Read information about the nomination process on their respective website.
.

Thanks for the feedback Bellong. Age is 37
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Alphadoor: 10:17am On Mar 12
LoveWifee:
.

Thanks for the feedback Bellong. Age is 37
Age :25
Eng..10
Ed.. 15
Exp: 10
Total: 60..

As belong mentioned.. you need that 20 in english to

For E.T it's very diffuclt get ITA with 75points as at today. Its highly competitive. 489/189/190

Maybe you can try another assesment with EA and address the reasons for being given E.T if any was given before assessment was concluded... except you chose E.T from the get go.


Or maybe your partner can be the lead if his/her profile is juicy enough
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Alphadoor: 10:27am On Mar 12
TEE79 has given the best advice possible.

Don't let the fee deter you.
You will be aiit


Tee79:

Why not apply for ACT has well since Victoria is not automatic. If you now get ITA for Visa for the 2 states you can then choose Victoria. It is better to get both than lose out on both.

tomifizi:
Good morning house, I appreciate all your input on the group, please help me out to making a decision.
about 3 two week’s ago I got an ITA to apply for Vitoria nomination which I submitted all supporting document the following day.
After my research on the group, I realize that getting the ITA to apply for VISA wasn’t automatic like other provinces. Earlier today, I also got an ITA for ACT nomination.

At this point I’m at a cross road if I’m to also submit my supporting document for ACT considering that I have to pay for ACT, although I would prefer Victoria to ACT.

Kindly advise accordingly and if anyone in the house got a positive response from Victoria should also help me out.
Thanks a lot
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Gokoyer0(m): 11:57am On Mar 12
Does a farm supervisor with B.Agric has any chance in Aussie migration program? Is there any particular pathway to take?

The gurus in the house, abeg your contributions will be highly appreciated.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by LoveWifee: 2:35pm On Mar 12
Alphadoor:

Age :25
Eng..10
Ed.. 15
Exp: 10
Total: 60..

As belong mentioned.. you need that 20 in english to

For E.T it's very diffuclt get ITA with 75points as at today. Its highly competitive. 489/189/190

Maybe you can try another assesment with EA and address the reasons for being given E.T if any was given before assessment was concluded... except you chose E.T from the get go.


Or maybe your partner can be the lead if his/her profile is juicy enough

Thank you very much for the insight
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Obigirl: 3:21pm On Mar 12
Very well, what are your details:
Age
Years of experience
English
Qualification
And all?
Gokoyer0:
Does a farm supervisor with B.Agric has any chance in Aussie migration program? Is there any particular pathway to take?

The gurus in the house, abeg your contributions will be highly appreciated.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by whodeyhere: 9:00am On Mar 13
I hope this will raise someone's spirit

I got a positive outcome as professional engineer from EA today.
Submitted on Jan 23rd, Austransaction paid without wasting time(he is very GOOD)
Request to rewrite 2 of career episodes, recent tax certificate and recent payslip on 14th Feb(this broke my heart after spending alot of time to be perfect with the career episodes)
Request submitted on 11th March
Positive outcome on 13th March.

All 9yrs of experience approved.

Next hurdle is English test.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Gokoyer0(m): 12:56pm On Mar 13
These are her details:
Age(27),
Years of experienceas a farm supervisor(+1 years),
IELTS(planning to write),
Qualification(B.Agric)
Husband has valid IELTS of L6.5R8S8W7 with Msc degree. He has 3 years work experience as a chemist but realized the job has been relegated recently.
Obigirl:
Very well, what are your details:
Age
Years of experience
English
Qualification
And all?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Mo234: 1:00pm On Mar 13
TRed:
Great response @Alphadoor
@Mo234, When drafting the statutory declaration, ensure your job description is fully aligned with the occupation Anszco description as set out by ACS in order not to loose points.


Thank you @TRed, I will ensure I do that sir.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by DoDirtsLikeWorm(m): 1:17pm On Mar 13
whodeyhere:
I hope this will raise someone's spirit

I got a positive outcome as professional engineer from EA today.
Submitted on Jan 23rd, Austransaction paid without wasting time(he is very GOOD)
Request to rewrite 2 of career episodes, recent tax certificate and recent payslip on 14th Feb(this broke my heart after spending alot of time to be perfect with the career episodes)
Request submitted on 11th March
Positive outcome on 13th March.

All 9yrs of experience approved.

Next hurdle is English test.

Well...i suggest you Creates an E0I while waiting for the IELTs upgrade.
Although the next picks would be 11 of April, Grace differs and yours may come before you could scream Jack Robinson.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by whodeyhere: 1:36pm On Mar 13
DoDirtsLikeWorm:


Well...i suggest you Creates an E0I while waiting for the IELTs upgrade.
Although the next picks would be 11 of April, Grace differs and yours may come before you could scream Jack Robinson.

Thank you
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by yungmin: 3:20pm On Mar 13
whodeyhere:
I hope this will raise someone's spirit

I got a positive outcome as professional engineer from EA today.
Submitted on Jan 23rd, Austransaction paid without wasting time(he is very GOOD)
Request to rewrite 2 of career episodes, recent tax certificate and recent payslip on 14th Feb(this broke my heart after spending alot of time to be perfect with the career episodes)
Request submitted on 11th March
Positive outcome on 13th March.

All 9yrs of experience approved.

Next hurdle is English test.

Wow, that's so fast. congrats

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Fabulux: 7:13pm On Mar 13
whodeyhere:
I hope this will raise someone's spirit

I got a positive outcome as professional engineer from EA today.
Submitted on Jan 23rd, Austransaction paid without wasting time(he is very GOOD)
Request to rewrite 2 of career episodes, recent tax certificate and recent payslip on 14th Feb(this broke my heart after spending alot of time to be perfect with the career episodes)
Request submitted on 11th March
Positive outcome on 13th March.

All 9yrs of experience approved.

Next hurdle is English test.



Wow..congrats. Pls I need guidance.. I have sent you a pm
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by DoDirtsLikeWorm(m): 9:05pm On Mar 13
Please, using a courier company to send a 40kg stuff from Australia to Nigeria would cost how much abeg?

Maybe FedEx or DHL.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Avangard(m): 3:13am On Mar 14
Age: 30 Work Exp : 3years but 1year approved 0 Edu : 15 PTE:LRSW 76 78 83 84 Prof : Actuary Visa Class : 489 Pls what state should I nominate?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 5:14am On Mar 14
Avangard:
Age: 30
Work Exp : 3years but 1year approved 0
Edu : 15
PTE:LRSW 76 78 83 84
Prof : Actuary
Visa Class : 489
Pls what state should I nominate?

You are close to getting 20 points in English. Rewrite your English test for 20 points.

Actuarial science is a profitable occupation, don't restrict yourself to a 489 visa when you have the option of a 190 or 189.

Rewrite your English test.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by gsalvatore: 6:32am On Mar 14
Please House.

Has anyone used TOFEL for this Australia thing?

I only see PTE and IELTS...

Is TOFEL not acceptable?

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