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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by LondonBook: 1:02pm On May 18
Someone please come to my rescue. I've checked different threads. Please help !!!

LondonBook:
Kindly clarify this. Will it fly for 5 points if husband's occupation is on 190 list and wife's occupation is also on the same state 190 list or does it have to be on the same MLTSSL ? Verified answer is required please.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Laheelow: 9:55pm On May 18
LondonBook:
There's no reason to include the HND as it is unrelated to the occupation as an educator. You can email the assessment body the credentials before applying.


Good, I will email them first and see their response. Thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by sirgigs: 8:15pm On May 19
LondonBook:
Someone please come to my rescue. I've checked different threads. Please help !!!


Both must be on same MLTSSL list Bro
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by fatima04: 10:16pm On May 19
LondonBook:
Someone please come to my rescue. I've checked different threads. Please help !!!


I believe It will fly for 190 Visa category but not for 189 because both occupation has to be on MLTSSL.

To confirm this, update your EOI for 190 with the occupation and see your total score change before submitting, if it doesn't then it's not acceptable.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by mrslander: 10:58pm On May 19
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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by mamajaz(f): 6:02am On May 20
fatima04:


I believe It will fly for 190 Visa category but not for 189 because both occupation has to be on MLTSSL.

To confirm this, update your EOI for 190 with the occupation and see your total score change before submitting, if it doesn't then it's not acceptable.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Oshiomah007: 9:35am On May 20
Hi everyone I would like to get information from anyone who is willing to guide me tru this Australia process. I have read thru some of d slides. I am a masters degree graduate of chemical engineering. Only have four yes teaching job experience. 38yrs , married. My wife has 10yrs work experience in banking.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by KAYSEE8686: 9:52am On May 20
Monami35:
Hello gurus in the house, i need advice pls, im still going through the thread but i decided to get clarifications before i proceed.

I have a B.Sc in Computer Science, I have 3 yrs experience as a contact centre rep in a bank and 1 year plus as a customer relationship officer for HNIs in a bank (4+ years total of customer relationship management in a bank)

I have checked the occupations list, no state is nominating call centre operator or call centre team lead.
1. Do i go for marketing specialist as customer service manager may seem like i manage a team which isn’t true? I need guidance biko, dnt know how to proceed.

2. Since my B.Sc is different from my experience, does it mean i cant claim points for qualification?

Cc: Bellong
Alphadoor


Seems we share a common predicament. I think north west territory is nominating it. Pls if u find any other territory holler @me. I put a hold on assessing my experience cos its expensive and noone is nominating it.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by LondonBook: 12:38pm On May 20
Thanks for your reply. When I checked with the Skillselect, my spouse occupation gave me the 5 points and could this mean this would work ?


fatima04:


I believe It will fly for 190 Visa category but not for 189 because both occupation has to be on MLTSSL.

To confirm this, update your EOI for 190 with the occupation and see your total score change before submitting, if it doesn't then it's not acceptable.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by LondonBook: 1:23pm On May 20
Help with one more question. Is it possible for a person who has Certificate in a Skill Level III occupation without transcript apply for assessment with VETASSESS?

Who has gone through this before ?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Olinga(f): 6:17pm On May 20
Embassy4u:
For those who are interested in PTE, pm me to be added to the group where you get real updates on recent materials as they are shared for free. Official Pearson Mock kits are also available for those who wish to test their abilities before the real test.
Feel free to contact me. Updated Materials, tips and formats to ace PTE easily are shared in our group.


It will end in praise for us all

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Iamroyalty91: 6:38pm On May 20
Hi everyone, I'm new here. Pls i need responses from anyone who has assessed as a health promotion officer for 190 or 489 visa. Thank you in anticipation

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Monami35: 6:55pm On May 20
KAYSEE8686:


Seems we share a common predicament. I think north west territory is nominating it. Pls if u find any other territory holler @me. I put a hold on assessing my experience cos its expensive and noone is nominating it.

Ok will do, notify me if u see any other as well.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Kelvinarsenal: 3:00am On May 21
Gm all pls,I'm a psychology grad with working experience of 7years plus i work with one of d paramilitary in d country i want ti know my chances in getting d australia skilled work PR and what is required of me including d processing pls gurus in d aos shed more light @belong i aniticipate ur response any good advice is highly welcome thanks all!
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by MzPearl1914: 9:08am On May 21
Hello everyone, I'm HND Grad of leisure & tourism mgt working as a travel agent.
Can anyone help on what occupation I can fill in for assessment.

Need to be sure of all odds, before proceeding with the assessment as the assessment fee is too much, to avoid stories that touch.

Secondly, for those that has been given ITA, i.e those that has made payment for the permanent residence visa fee, abeg, how did you raise the funds. I'm confused about raising funds for the permanent residence visa fee. That money is way too much.

Thanks in advance.

Would be reading comments.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by koleefem05(m): 9:16am On May 21
@MzPearl1914, What trade skills do you have?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by koleefem05(m): 9:18am On May 21
This is the requirement
https://www.nairaland.com/3053069/general-guide-australian-permanent-resident
Do yourself some good by reading the first few pages of the initial thread to have the basic knowledge, idea and requirement as requested. Regards.
Kelvinarsenal:
Gm all pls,I'm a psychology grad with working experience of 7years plus i work with one of d paramilitary in d country i want ti know my chances in getting d australia skilled work PR and what is required of me including d processing pls gurus in d aos shed more light @belong i aniticipate ur response any good advice is highly welcome thanks all!
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by koleefem05(m): 9:21am On May 21
@mamajaz, what suggestions can you give on this? Any other alternative?
Iamroyalty91:
Hi everyone, I'm new here. Pls i need responses from anyone who has assessed as a health promotion officer for 190 or 489 visa. Thank you in anticipation
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by jfan(m): 10:13am On May 21

I believe you need just need to rescan in order to meet the 600dpi quality as required and you are good to go.

Usually, once you respond to those queries, your assessment should come out in a few days

I rescanned all the documents I was asked to rescan to meet 600dpi and I got a positive assessment the following day. Thanks @fatima04 and everyone.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by BetterPerson007: 11:07am On May 21
Gurus in the house, please advise.
I got an acknowledgement email (on skill assessment)from TRA, on 1 March 2019, for my MSA assessment application.
However, I have not received any result of the evaluation, and it'll be 3 months by end of this month.
Should I follow-up on them?
But I also saw on TRA's website that the assessment may exceed 90 days:

Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by MzPearl1914: 5:37pm On May 21
koleefem05:
@MzPearl1914, What trade skills do you have?

Kindly explain, what do you mean by trade skills?

As for occupation, I'm a travel agent.

Thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Iamroyalty91: 8:33pm On May 21
@bellong, @Alphadoor @Godmemory @koleefem05 and other gurus in the house, please i and my husband are both doctors, what are our viable options to migrate to Australia. I was advised to nominate Health promotion officer but i am lost on how to fit my degree and experience to align, and can I later do d necessary exams and den practice as a medical doctor

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by iammiracle1(m): 11:50pm On May 22
Iamroyalty91:
@bellong, @Alphadoor @Godmemory @koleefem05 and other gurus in the house, please i and my husband are both doctors, what are our viable options to migrate to Australia. I was advised to nominate Health promotion officer but i am lost on how to fit my degree and experience to align, and can I later do d necessary exams and den practice as a medical doctor

@bellong, sir you are obviously more knowledgeable, please what profession can a doctor nominate? Or they cant migrate directly to Aussie? My brother is in the same boat.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by 2baga(m): 2:58pm On May 23
Keep up with the good work guys

you are inspirational
zanyzara:
We are still marching on. Join the movement.

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#keeponkeepingon #lightinthetunnel

Zany.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by ashaju33: 6:05pm On May 23
Hello everyone. I want to share my experience with EA regarding my assessment. I applied for Assessment in Feb 2019 though not on fastrack. After two months of waiting, I got a mail from EA asking me to defend my Career episodes. I replied them with evidence on originality of my C.E but unfortunately my application was rejected. I used my undergraduate project as one of my C. E and after running originality test, I discovered some percentage of similarities between my project and some online publications while the other two C.E are ok. Base on my experience, I will advise people not to include their undergraduate project as part of their C.E. I intend to re apply since I wasn't banned for 12 months

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by koleefem05(m): 6:26pm On May 23
zanyzara:
We are still marching on. Join the movement.
Roll call in no particular order.
#keeponkeepingon #lightinthetunnel
Zany.

@Zany, I want to move a motion to update this list.
The ministry has moved forward.
koleefem05 to the list please. wink
Thank you.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by lambotee(m): 11:55pm On May 23
please after filling the EOI form on the Last Page(page 12/12) i got this information
Visa type description:. Skilled - Independent (Subclass 189) (Points-Tested Stream)


Result

The EOI for this subclass will not be considered for an invitation at this time, because according to the client's claims:

The client does not have a skills assessment

The client's English language ability may be below the level needed for this visa subclass.

Should i still submit the application or i should wait till i get my English language results and add to detail. because under the English language section i picked NO, meaning i don't av any English test result with the last 36months

**please i still don't know how to go about the skill Assessment procedure so that i can update too in my eoi
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Mcslize: 11:59pm On May 23
ashaju33:
Hello everyone. I want to share my experience with EA regarding my assessment. I applied for Assessment in Feb 2019 though not on fastrack. After two months of waiting, I got a mail from EA asking me to defend my Career episodes. I replied them with evidence on originality of my C.E but unfortunately my application was rejected. I used my undergraduate project as one of my C. E and after running originality test, I discovered some percentage of similarities between my project and some online publications while the other two C.E are ok. Base on my experience, I will advise people not to include their undergraduate project as part of their C.E. I intend to re apply since I wasn't banned for 12 months

You made a mistake for not rewriting your carrier episode in your own words to pass plagiarism or copyscape that's why. You supposed first run it through grammerly, copyscape or Xplagiarism checker to ensure it's unique. You would have been able to know those words that appeared similar and have all rewritten.

You know most persons do lift content directly from online during undergraduate project writing (copy and paste).

To use such for your carrier episode, you must rewrite every statement to pass plagiarism if not the carrier episode will be rejected. There is no way you will rewrite it and still get flagged.

Thank God they didn't ban you.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bligs: 6:09am On May 24
ashaju33:
Hello everyone. I want to share my experience with EA regarding my assessment. I applied for Assessment in Feb 2019 though not on fastrack. After two months of waiting, I got a mail from EA asking me to defend my Career episodes. I replied them with evidence on originality of my C.E but unfortunately my application was rejected. I used my undergraduate project as one of my C. E and after running originality test, I discovered some percentage of similarities between my project and some online publications while the other two C.E are ok. Base on my experience, I will advise people not to include their undergraduate project as part of their C.E. I intend to re apply since I wasn't banned for 12 months
On the contrary, using undergraduate project isn't the issue, maybe yours is too similar to an existing online publication because a lot of people have used only undergraduate project in which their assessment came out positive.
PS: They use "turn it in" software to know the percentage of plagiarism, the maximum acceptable plagiarism is 20% and anything above that is a red flag.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Jewingle: 1:04pm On May 24
ashaju33:
Hello everyone. I want to share my experience with EA regarding my assessment. I applied for Assessment in Feb 2019 though not on fastrack. After two months of waiting, I got a mail from EA asking me to defend my Career episodes. I replied them with evidence on originality of my C.E but unfortunately my application was rejected. I used my undergraduate project as one of my C. E and after running originality test, I discovered some percentage of similarities between my project and some online publications while the other two C.E are ok. Base on my experience, I will advise people not to include their undergraduate project as part of their C.E. I intend to re apply since I wasn't banned for 12 months
please if I’m to use my undergraduate project to write my CE. How exactly am I going about it it. Like which part of the project am I using because I’m still a novice but want to learn instead of allowing people write it for me to avoid plagiarism. Don’t want to be banned in my first attempt.

Secondly, when they asked you to defend your career episodes, what exactly did you submit to prove it’s original. I’m a little lost in that thanks. Is it like your project soft copy or what? Please explain in details. Thanks. Anyone in the house can contribute to this please. Thank y’all for the good works.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Anfieldboss: 1:24pm On May 24
Gurus in the house, does having a Masters degree count as additional points. I noticed Bachelors/Masters have the same 15 points. I am almost through with my masters, should I wait for my result before I start my assessment or I can start now. I am an Electrical Engineer so I am being assessed by Engineers Australia.

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