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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 3:09am On Apr 25
ChampXC:


1. Can I do additional EOI on regional 489 without withdrawing the EOI on family sponsor?
2. Can I request the selected region via communication before or after the submission of EOI to expedite my nomination?
Please assist with your kind response and counsel once more as I don't want to give up at this time. I welcome any region in any State that you could suggest to me.

Regards

1. I am not completely sure but I know you can tick all subclass and options you are interested in while filling the EOI.

2. Each region has its own process and requirements, it will be appropriate to first check the website of your region of interest to understand their process.

Northern Territory, Tasmania and Victoria sponsor Mechanical engineering. It is on special conditions in South Australia. Apply to all the states, don't put all your eggs in one basket.

Cheers
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 6:54am On Apr 25
elothaddi:
Hi Bellong,

My skill assessment as a Materials Engineer will expire by December this year but am still struggling with my English exams (For now it's LRWS 7777.5)

I need assistance on how to chase this 489 Aussie migration option based on my discipline as a Materials Engineer.

Thank you in advance.





Have you tried PTE?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 6:57am On Apr 25
ChampXC:


Thanks a lot Bellong.
I feel very pleased and recognized by your delightful response. Please keep it up as you put hope on many colleagues in this forum and readers.

I did EOI on regional 489 at NSW and waited for 11 months without invitation. I later withdrew it and re-submitted the EOI in January, 2019 at same NSW on family sponsor immediately my cousin was given a PR.
1. Can I do additional EOI on regional 489 without withdrawing the EOI on family sponsor?
2. Can I request the selected region via communication before or after the submission of EOI to expedite my nomination?
Please assist with your kind response and counsel once more as I don't want to give up at this time. I welcome any region in any State that you could suggest to me.

Regards
Waiting for family sponsored 489 is a long thing. The least point in the last draw was 80 and only less than 10 applicants got ITA.

Each state has its nomination process. SA still has the shortest timeline (currently 6 weeks) and nomination cannot be expedited.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 6:59am On Apr 25
oniwoski:
hi
pls someone should help me...if there has been any changes on assessment and qualified job cos I stopped following for a while.

I need help to know if i qualify
AGE 34
job type... Oil well tester
years of experience..10yrs
no ielts yet

pls help Sir/Ma


There is no job as oil well tester on the list.
You can go through the www.anzscosearch.com to review each of the occupations for one that's related to what you do.
Best of luck
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 7:01am On Apr 25
Marshall008:
Hello my good people, Please I need your Professional advice on this:

I've got an Engineering background with engineering job experience, which I was able to locate it on the skilled list of Visa category 189, but My partner, had a Science Lab Tech background with Sales Representative work experience, which I couldn't locate it on the same skilled list of 189, but I found her own on Subclass 187. How can I still get the 5 points under partner?

Age- 30
English - 10
Work- 5
Education -15
Partner Skill- ?

@bellong @tunlex01 and others.

please, I need your advice.

There are some sales related occupation on the mltssl and stsol lists. What does your spouse sell?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by aligbenewton7: 8:17am On Apr 25
Greetings

Dear Team
Please , I need guidance to apply for Australian skilled workers. I have Certificates in Cisco, Microsoft and Cybersecurity. Then Educational certificates ND and HND.

Thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Alphadoor: 10:41am On Apr 25
successisme:


Oh really? Thank you @Alphadoor smiley Can I please still have a sample just in case ACS asks me to send one?


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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by whodeyhere: 11:15am On Apr 25
FAM, kindly help me with the below questions. My backround is, I have assessment done as professional engineer(mechanical),awaiting English result. I tried to draft EOI but i have the following questions:

1. I have a family of 5(myself, wife & 3children), I am considering including my kid bro who is 25yrs, thereby making my family size to be 6 - Is there any implication to this?

2. I hardly hear people talk about subclass 190, is it not available anymore? - I am considering getting the 5point or would you advise I should just do 489.

3. TAS,VIC, NT and NSW are nominating 190 and 489(except NSW), kindly help with advice based on your experiment which of these region is better for me as an Engineer.

Note I already have 55 points now, hoping to claim 20points in English. I need your best advice as your brother, epp me please.

@bellong @Alphadoor
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by successisme: 11:35am On Apr 25
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by ideamaster(m): 3:43pm On Apr 25
ChampXC:



I did EOI on regional 489 at NSW and waited for 11 months without invitation. I later withdrew it and re-submitted the EOI in January, 2019 at same NSW on family sponsor immediately my cousin was given a PR.
1. Can I do additional EOI on regional 489 without withdrawing the EOI on family sponsor?
2. Can I request the selected region via communication before or after the submission of EOI to expedite my nomination?
Please assist with your kind response and counsel once more as I don't want to give up at this time. I welcome any region in any State that you could suggest to me.

Regards

You can create multiple EOIs. For you to get 489 sponsorship from Regional Nsw, you need to apply to the particular region you are interested in. This involves an application fee. It's only when the region agrees to support/sponsor you that you would get Nsw 489 invitation.

At the moment, I guess it's only Nsw Far South Coast that has Mech Engineering on their list. They require 2 years experience and their nomination program is currently suspended.

Just like others have said, try other states. You would need to apply to them first and some of them have application fees.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by macfaded(m): 9:06pm On Apr 25
momamorgz:
Good evening Everyone...
I have good news, received our invitation yesterday (17th April) ... Destination: Tasmania. Visa: 489..
Please what's the next step?
Congrats momamorgz, pls what is your pr point? I am thinking of nominating Tasmania too
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by whodeyhere: 9:46pm On Apr 25
Please help me to answer these question, it's is very urgent. Can someone guide me through completing the EOI as I do not want to make mistakes.

whodeyhere:
FAM, kindly help me with the below questions. My backround is, I have assessment done as professional engineer(mechanical),awaiting English result. I tried to draft EOI but i have the following questions:

1. I have a family of 5(myself, wife & 3children), I am considering including my kid bro who is 25yrs, thereby making my family size to be 6 - Is there any implication to this?

2. I hardly hear people talk about subclass 190, is it not available anymore? - I am considering getting the 5point or would you advise I should just do 489.

3. TAS,VIC, NT and NSW are nominating 190 and 489(except NSW), kindly help with advice based on your experiment which of these region is better for me as an Engineer.

Note I already have 55 points now, hoping to claim 20points in English. I need your best advice as your brother, epp me please.

@bellong @Alphadoor
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Tee79(f): 9:30am On Apr 26
1. You cannot include your brother as he is over 18

2. Subclass 190 is still very much around, if you meet up with the requirements of the state nominating for 190 then go for it. You can create EOI for 190 and for 489 for states nominating your anzsco code.

whodeyhere:
Please help me to answer these question, it's is very urgent. Can someone guide me through completing the EOI as I do not want to make mistakes.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Thementors27: 10:31am On Apr 26
I have read through the pages and I have a few questions
My husband is 32yrs old, a graduate of university of Nigeria Nsukka with 2years experience. He studied Agricultural Engineering and works with an Agro production company.
I am in my final year, university of Lagos, studying Early childhood education.
As it stands now
Age.. 30
BSc.. 15
Exp.... 0
Eng.... Not done

Is it better for him to assess as Agricultural consultant or Agricultural Engineer as not many regions are nominating Agricultural Engineering.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by whodeyhere: 10:41am On Apr 26
@Tee79 God bless you, I tried checking the requirement for 190 & 489 visa for TAS,NT & VIC and it includes having a job offer before the visa can be granted. How can I do this?


Tee79:
1. You cannot include your brother as he is over 18

2. Subclass 190 is still very much around, if you meet up with the requirements of the state nominating for 190 then go for it. You can create EOI for 190 and for 489 for states nominating your anzsco code.

Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Nobody: 12:15pm On Apr 26
I have plans to migrate to Australia through the PR route,the whole process is confusing me.Would appreciate if some one could put me through

PS:I graduated recently with no work experience
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by elothaddi(m): 1:18pm On Apr 26
Thanks Bellong. Will have to check those "special conditions"


bellong:


Only South Australia sponsors Materials Engineer and it is on special conditions.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by elothaddi(m): 1:20pm On Apr 26
Yes I have tried it twice the result wasn't progressive and encouraging.

tunlex01:


Have you tried PTE?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by CecyAdrian(f): 1:37pm On Apr 26
Hello everyone, anyone know any good Australian school offering scholarship to countries including Nigeria? Or easy and flexible admission. I graduated with 2:2

I am weighing my options, either admission or migration. Bellong and other gurus please help with information.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by BigdaddyPR: 1:38pm On Apr 26
Considering the recent invitation rounds of 80 points minimum, do you think i have a chance of invitation in the coming months with 65 points for an occupation that is not competitive and non pro rata? Want to know my options before i waste money on assessment and end up not getting invitation.

@bellong @Alphadoor
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Alphadoor: 1:56pm On Apr 26
CecyAdrian:
Hello everyone, anyone know any good Australian school offering scholarship to countries including Nigeria? Or easy and flexible admission. I graduated with 2:2

I am weighing my options, either admission or migration. Bellong and other gurus please help with information.

Visit the Australian student thread for accurate guidance
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Alphadoor: 2:00pm On Apr 26
BigdaddyPR:
Considering the recent invitation rounds of 80 points minimum, do you think i have a chance of invitation in the coming months with 65 points for an occupation that is not competitive and non pro rata? Want to know my options before i waste money on assessment and end up not getting invitation.

@bellong @Alphadoor
Just as you already feared.

65pts is mostly likely not going to make the cut in the next round or subsequent ones. The backlog of 70 and 75 pts can't be catered for in the next 5 rounds
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Alphadoor: 2:02pm On Apr 26
elothaddi:
Yes I have tried it twice the result wasn't progressive and encouraging.

Don't be discouraged.
You have to refire and keep firing till you hit the Target....
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Thementors27: 6:18pm On Apr 26
Please I need a reply
Thementors27:
I have read through the pages and I have a few questions
My husband is 32yrs old, a graduate of university of Nigeria Nsukka with 2years experience. He studied Agricultural Engineering and works with an Agro production company.
I am in my final year, university of Lagos, studying Early childhood education.
As it stands now
Age.. 30
BSc.. 15
Exp.... 0
Eng.... Not done

Is it better for him to assess as Agricultural consultant or Agricultural Engineer as not many regions are nominating Agricultural Engineering.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Tee79(f): 6:26pm On Apr 26
Tas 489 does not require job offer. You just have to provide 5 to 8 job advertisement for mech engineering. Same for NT. Victoria requires 5 years work experience. Nsw is also nominating for 190.

whodeyhere:
@Tee79 God bless you, I tried checking the requirement for 190 & 489 visa for TAS,NT & VIC and it includes having a job offer before the visa can be granted. How can I do this?


Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 10:25pm On Apr 26
BigdaddyPR:
Considering the recent invitation rounds of 80 points minimum, do you think i have a chance of invitation in the coming months with 65 points for an occupation that is not competitive and non pro rata? Want to know my options before i waste money on assessment and end up not getting invitation.

@bellong @Alphadoor
As @alphadoor pointed out, 65 may not get you ITA. Your best bet is to be fast with your assessment and apply to states for nomination.
Don't waste time waiting for 189 if 190/489 is available.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Aby774u: 5:55am On Apr 27
Thementors27:
I have read through the pages and I have a few questions
My husband is 32yrs old, a graduate of university of Nigeria Nsukka with 2years experience. He studied Agricultural Engineering and works with an Agro production company.
I am in my final year, university of Lagos, studying Early childhood education.
As it stands now
Age.. 30
BSc.. 15
Exp.... 0
Eng.... Not done

Is it better for him to assess as Agricultural consultant or Agricultural Engineer as not many regions are nominating Agricultural Engineering.
I did d same course with ur spouse but I which to immigrate to australia as plumber because that is what I have been doing in company where I work, I have 6years working experience in Plumbing. I want guru in d house to help me I don't want to write IELTS. it's there any chance for me.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Thementors27: 10:11am On Apr 27
Has anybody had positive assessment for teaching.. Please teachers who have applied I need answers.
@bellong
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by sconp: 1:35pm On Apr 27
Aby774u:
I did d same course with ur spouse but I which to immigrate to australia as plumber because that is what I have been doing in company where I work, I have 6years working experience in Plumbing. I want guru in d house to help me I don't want to write IELTS. it's there any chance for me.
If.you don't want to write IELTS you can write PTE
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Aby774u: 2:06pm On Apr 27
bellong:




An information I did not update in the previous thread. YOU MUST BE UNDER 45 YEARS TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR THE SKILLED MIGRATION PROGRAM.

I appreciate d wonderful job done here, I'm new here but I have read Tru but something is still missing dat I could not get because is not applicable to many. I have HND in Agricultural Engineering and I was employed as plumber in organization for abt 7years now (meaning I have 6years plus working experience as plumber) kindly guide me on step to take in getting PPR(Plumber). Whoever dat has passed Tru skill trade should help
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by mobiss(m): 7:17pm On Apr 27
Hi,

@bellong and other op of this thread.

Thanks for your time and the good job you are doing in here.


I have B.Tech Mechanic Engineering, with two years work experience from Engineering company (Power Station Project). My two years work experience in this Engineering company was as a casual staff with no employment letter and wages being paid from hand-to-hand for the aforementioned time frame.


My questions are:

1- I want to claim the two years work experience as a Entry-level Plant Engineer, but the bone of contention is getting employment reference letter from the head office as I was hired to work on site in another state.

So, I am planning to talk with one or two people in the location I worked to see if it’s possible for head office to help with a reference letter.

Secondly, the issue of pay-slip, pension fund and tax clearance is what I don't know if the head office will be willing to help with. Likewise, I don't know if any other documents will suffice for pay-slip, pension fund and tax clearance?


I am planning to gather five years work experience points, as I have additional three years work experience from a telecommunication company with all the necessary documents.

Thanks in anticipation.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by topacs: 8:40pm On Apr 27
Was in same shoe some months back and sent a message to my supposed assessing body and was told my employment claims must be able to be verified independently by a third party source, such as bank statement, pension etc...Bros that was how i lost the 3 years out of of 8 i was been paid by hand.... I will advice you ask ur proposed assessing body if there's a way out..
mobiss:
Hi,

I have B.Tech Mechanic Engineering, with two years work experience from Engineering company (Power Station Project). My two years work experience in this Engineering company was as a casual staff with no employment letter and wages being paid from hand-to-hand for the aforementioned time frame.


My questions are:

1- I want to claim the two years work experience as a Entry-level Plant Engineer, but the bone of contention is getting employment reference letter from the head office as I was hired to work on site in another state.

So, I am planning to talk with one or two people in the location I worked to see if it’s possible for head office to help with a reference letter.

Secondly, the issue of pay-slip, pension fund and tax clearance is what I don't know if the head office will be willing to help with. Likewise, I don't know if any other documents will suffice for pay-slip, pension fund and tax clearance?

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