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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by JohnNU(m): 5:16pm On Jun 05
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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bhanjjie: 2:26pm On Jun 06
Sorry. . .the 15 points was for the degree
kennedychinedu:

Please how did you go about getting your work experience maximum points from VETASSESS. Where did you start from
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bhanjjie: 2:31pm On Jun 06
Thanks bro!

The principal visa holder studied a course that falls under VETASSESS' jurisdiction, so he needs to meet the work experience requirement before proceeding for an assessment. She works casually and also actively looking for a professional role in her field or closely related field.

I hope you are doing well bro? How is the family?

bellong:
Bhanjie,

You stated she is on subsequent entrant visa. What is the occupation of the principal visa holder?

I don't think anyone can categorically tell you chances with state nomination as it is dependent on states doing their thing. However, I do know that for management occupations, nomination is not that fast Compared to engineering and science. Nevertheless, the only way to know her chances is to apply.

What does she do in Brisbane? How about the principal visa holder?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Mobilipia(f): 10:44pm On Jun 06
Hello house, pls what's the faith of an accountant that has 75points 189 and 80 points 190 due to this pro rata kind of thing, I'm thinking of using the student path is it wise? Or there is hope under the two listed subclasses? @bellong and our other ogas abeg ur candid opinion needed grin
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Jewingle: 11:08pm On Jun 06
bligs:

Australia is a very low oil producing country, rig workers are not on the skillselect list and the closest occupation to that is mining engineering excluding petroleum engineering. Mining related professions are also finding it difficult to migrate due to decline in mining activities in recent years.
petroleum engineering is on the skill select list. Thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by farnet: 9:24am On Jun 07
And here I have been hoping to grab partner's point. But no thanks to vetassess. Wyf has bsc microbiology from a state uni. So i hv read that vetassess can't give +ve outcome not minding any yrs of experience gained. And I HV turned to say ok , all things being equal, things will fall in place when she will be getting her MSC cert by 1st quarter next yr, they also appeared saying that the experience they count is post qualification thereby rendering her experience zero, n thus, no +he outcome . so, no point from there even if we re to be patient. This I understand. Or is there any headway house? Is this 4yrs naija uni bsc issue general with all assessing body?

My Ielts of l8r9w7s7 is a target score for canny brethrens but here our goal I knw shld be 8888. That to me o is a tall order. And no, Pte isn't for my kind. Their format I can't deal. Hesitation is my 2nd nature, no cure. Can't flow by any prompt even in my native language. So for now, my point will stand at 75 for 489, electrical engr ( working on EA assessment still). Any hope in this route ? What does d nearest future holds?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by mannimakerjnr: 2:07pm On Jun 07
Good day guys,

I have two questions please;

1. Can I use the same CDR I used for my recent assessment again? I was assessed as an Engineering Technologist without my Master Degree but the CO told me I could apply again with my masters to be assessed as a professional engr. I would just like to submit the same CDR again.

2. I have both a Bsc and Master (studied in Australia) in Petroleum Eng..looking at the current trend and now that Petroleum eng is back on the list, do I go for chemical or petroleum engineering? With 70 points now, which will be more favourable for quicker ITA?

Thanks in advance.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by charlie111(m): 7:33pm On Jun 07
Mobilipia:
Hello house, pls what's the faith of an accountant that has 75points 189 and 80 points 190 due to this pro rata kind of thing, I'm thinking of using the student path is it wise?

You can try 489 when the new financial year starts in July. Student path is not really a wise decision for someone with your points..

Charlie..
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by kennedychinedu: 11:21pm On Jun 07
bhanjjie:
Sorry. . .the 15 points was for the degree
Dear bhanjjie,
Please do you have a format of a convincing letter for vetasses. i also heard that they would reduce out of my work experience and i was wondering why. Also is it just letter head letter recommendation they need.
I studied microbiology and i want to apply for food technology can my degree plus work experience give me 15 pts for work experience. Thank you very much.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by kennedychinedu: 11:24pm On Jun 07
Princesskiki:
@kennedychinedu VETASSESS does assessment for Food technologist.
Dear princesskiki
I studied microbiology is it advisable and can i have maximum 15 points for food technologists.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Daddybomboy: 11:39pm On Jun 07
I have a BSc degree (Nigeria) and have over 8 years experience working in the industry as a construction project manager. Between 2014 and 2015, I completed an online MSc from an accredited university in England.

Now I want to verify with vetassess.
Does vetassess consider online MSc degrees?
Or do I use my BSc alone and claim for 8 years experience?

Bellong

Thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by kennedychinedu: 11:40pm On Jun 07
DoDirtsLikeWorm:



I would have put tips here but it would not do any good if there is no one to ensure you are getting the tips right. Need i say more contact me


These are your words; no man is an Island after all.
There are really no tips i can only monitor performance, apparently everyone knows what the exam entails but it takes supervision to get your scores. There are tips everywhere to be honest. But how many people supervise performance. I need to see why they arent getting their scores then i would improve their previous methods. And how can that be achieved on this platform. Hence i put my number. So you should have also put your number let me call you. I was not stingy with my performance i showed everyone, some people just come here and say they have 20 points without stating how they did it to help others. i could put links and video practice but of what good would it be, all those things are on youtube. Its good not to judge people before you know why they did what they did. This your response is quite rude brother. I want to help people get my score also. I can put all the materials i studied here it still does not guarantee they would pass, I am saying i have a solution which is not platform chat hence i put my number and for your information people have been calling and i have been helping yeah.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bligs: 1:13am On Jun 08
mannimakerjnr:
Good day guys,

I have two questions please;

1. Can I use the same CDR I used for my recent assessment again? I was assessed as an Engineering Technologist without my Master Degree but the CO told me I could apply again with my masters to be assessed as a professional engr. I would just like to submit the same CDR again.

2. I have both a Bsc and Master (studied in Australia) in Petroleum Eng..looking at the current trend and now that Petroleum eng is back on the list, do I go for chemical or petroleum engineering? With 70 points now, which will be more favourable for quicker ITA?

Thanks in advance.
With 70points for any engineering profession you will still wait like forever for 189, try 190 or 489. 80points was the minimum for any engineering profession (189) ITA in May.

Mobilipia:
Hello house, pls what's the faith of an accountant that has 75points 189 and 80 points 190 due to this pro rata kind of thing, I'm thinking of using the student path is it wise? Or there is hope under the two listed subclasses? our other ogas abeg ur candid opinion needed grin
Base on May invitation round, the minimum point for accounting 189 is 90points and 190 is also competitive because states that are nominating have their conditions, try 489 and if you opt for study route chose a state that nomination will be possible after studies.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 3:21am On Jun 08
Daddybomboy:

Now I want to verify with vetassess.
Does vetassess consider online MSc degrees?
Or do I use my BSc alone and claim for 8 years experience?


Thanks

You didn't state what your BSc is and how many years of study.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 3:23am On Jun 08
kennedychinedu:

Dear princesskiki
I studied microbiology is it advisable and can i have maximum 15 points for food technologists.

Microbiologist is on the list, why assess as a food technologist?

Are your job responsibilities that of a food technologist? Did you finish from a Tier 1 university? 4 years courses in a Tier 2 universities is equivalent to an AQF Associate degree.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Kelvinarsenal: 4:57am On Jun 08
@bellong what about psychologists I mailed my accessing
Body which are Australia psychologists they ain't helping am damn confused and the process is somehow not clear to me enough pls help me out on how I will get a positive acessment and all d steps am gonna take towards it thanks in anticipation!
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Daddybomboy: 7:17am On Jun 08
bellong:


You didn't state what your BSc is and how many years of study.

Bellong

Bsc in Building and it's a 5 year course.

The online MSc in Construction Project Management
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by mannimakerjnr: 8:28am On Jun 08
[quote author=bligs post=79119829]
With 70points for any engineering profession you will still wait like forever for 189, try 190 or 489. 80points was the minimum for any engineering profession (189) ITA in May.


What if the system resets from July? Any chance of non pro-rata getting an ITA with 70 points?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bligs: 9:02am On Jun 08
mannimakerjnr:
Na to be hopefull but with the look of things, there is a strategy to push ppl to regional areas.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by kennedychinedu: 8:00pm On Jun 08
bellong:


Microbiologist is on the list, why assess as a food technologist?

Are your job responsibilities that of a food technologist? Did you finish from a Tier 1 university? 4 years courses in a Tier 2 universities is equivalent to an AQF Associate degree.
Dear Princesskiki
Microbiologist is no more in 189 class. Except they have included it again i dont know. But pls send me a link where you saw it. I chose food technologist because that was the only available choice nearest to microbiology.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by georgee(m): 11:11pm On Jun 08
Hello houe,.
.
This is a nice thread.
I want to know which visa subclass is suitable for me
Kindly advise me
Me, wife and two kids

Me
Age:37
B.Sc, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering UNILAG
MBA LAUTECH

Work experience
2009-2012
Oceanic bank
International Trade finance Analyst

2013-2017
Ecobank
International Trade finance Analyst

2017-Date
FCMB
International Trade Finance Analyst

Wifey
Age: 32
B.Sc International relations and Personal Mgt LASU

Work experience
GTB
Customer Service Officer
Like 8yrs experience
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Anfieldboss: 9:55am On Jun 09
georgee:
Hello houe,.
.
This is a nice thread.
I want to know which visa subclass is suitable for me
Kindly advise me
Me, wife and two kids

Me
Age:37
B.Sc, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering UNILAG
MBA LAUTECH

Work experience
2009-2012
Oceanic bank
International Trade finance Analyst

2013-2017
Ecobank
International Trade finance Analyst

2017-Date
FCMB
International Trade Finance Analyst

Wifey
Age: 32
B.Sc International relations and Personal Mgt LASU

Work experience
GTB
Customer Service Officer
Like 8yrs experience


Boss why not try Canada, since you have ur Masters u should get Canada PR
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by jekky83: 10:23am On Jun 09
Hello house
.
This is a nice thread.
I will love to know which visa subclass is suitable for me
Kindly advise me


Me
Age:31
B.Sc, Electronic/Electrical Engineering OAU, ife


Work experience
2015-2017
Information System Engineer(Level 2 IT Support)

2017-till date
Network Engineer

will be writing my IELTS next month.
Also, which assessment should i do.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Mobilipia(f): 3:01pm On Jun 10
Alphadoor:

Treated
pls aphadoor how can I message you? My email is sadiyfat@yahoo.com. thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 3:16pm On Jun 10
Daddybomboy:


Bellong

Bsc in Building and it's a 5 year course.

The online MSc in Construction Project Management

Go through the guidelines on VETASSES website for construction project manager. If your job aligns with the anzsco description, you should scale through.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 3:19pm On Jun 10
Kelvinarsenal:
@bellong what about psychologists I mailed my accessing
Body which are Australia psychologists they ain't helping am damn confused and the process is somehow not clear to me enough pls help me out on how I will get a positive acessment and all d steps am gonna take towards it thanks in anticipation!

Psychology is regulated like medicine. Assessing as a psychologist is a long thing as you would go through long process.

Depending on your experience, you would have to find a related occupation on the list or be patient enough to go through the process.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 3:23pm On Jun 10
Mobilipia:
Hello house, pls what's the faith of an accountant that has 75points 189 and 80 points 190 due to this pro rata kind of thing, I'm thinking of using the student path is it wise? Or there is hope under the two listed subclasses? @bellong and our other ogas abeg ur candid opinion needed grin

At the moment, an accountant needs at least 90 points. I don't know how those people got the crazy point.

If you use the student path for accountant, you may still end up from where you started. However, if you get a school in Northern Territory or Tasmania, you have higher chance at getting nominated.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Avangard(m): 3:25pm On Jun 10
@ Bellong, Alphadoor .Please how often does NSW do nomination?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 3:28pm On Jun 10
Avangard:
@ Bellong, Alphadoor .Please how often does NSW do nomination?

They don't have a timetable. They sometimes announce their draw and other times they are spontaneous.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Mobilipia(f): 3:49pm On Jun 10
trastar:
198 days later.
We finally got our grant.

190 visa for husband and myself (I didn’t change my last name and all we submitted for proof is marriage certificate and joint account).
Occupation is Computer network and systems engineer.
State sponsorer-NSW
Applied -April 16
Congrats dear pls how many points do you have?

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