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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by gnykelly(m): 11:20pm On Jul 10
bellong:


For a positive assessment, you must have both qualification and experience assessed to be positive. It is Canada that does qualification assessment excluding experience. In Australia, especially for VETASSES both must be positive.

To answer your question, facilities manager is a skill level 2 occupation, meaning that HND will be assessed positive for it and to add, there is no specific qualification for the occupation.

Thank you very much
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by iammiracle1(m): 11:31pm On Jul 10
bellong:


For a positive assessment, you must have both qualification and experience assessed to be positive. It is Canada that does qualification assessment excluding experience. In Australia, especially for VETASSES both must be positive.

To answer your question, facilities manager is a skill level 2 occupation, meaning that HND will be assessed positive for it and to add, there is no specific qualification for the occupation.


B for Bellong is back, good to have you sir grin

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by ugsams(m): 2:01am On Jul 11
Welcome back Oga Bellong...

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by jimoholaoluwa: 6:08am On Jul 11
bellong:


If you read the assessing authority's website, you will answers to your questions.

Can you assist me with a link I can follow so as to know the proper assessing body and there requirements
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by chebyshev(m): 6:13am On Jul 11
Welcome back sir

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by whodeyhere: 9:26am On Jul 11
bellong:


If you read the assessing authority's website, you will answers to your questions.

@bellong All I can say is you are a good man regardless of anything. God bless you.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Laheelow: 11:45am On Jul 11
Good to have you back Oga bellong.
Please l have HND in mechanical engineering. I will like to confirm if I can get positive assessment with EA as mechanical engineering technologist.
Thanks in anticipation.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Egwaksuno: 12:01pm On Jul 11
smiley Hello everyone, I have been following this thread for days now and I'm sure i am in the right place to get the best advice on the best visa option to OZ.

I am a Mechanical Engineering graduate but have been working as an Occupational Health and Environmental Safety Professional for 6 plus years but my work environment has been around construction and oil and gas projects. I am kinda confused on what profession i am to chose for CDR that will favour me to be granted visa. I'm looking at the 189 or 190.

My wife is an accountant and we have a son.

Abeg make una show me road.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by wumi247: 1:58pm On Jul 11
Good day house,

Please I need information about aussie Immigration
I have a diploma in social work
Bsc in sociology
I have almost 2yrs as community officer and 2years as a supervisor in a law firm
I will soon be 40yrs
1) is it a special body that will evaluate my certificate, what body evaluates diploma in social work and bsc in sociology?

2) how much is for evaluation, do I need to evaluate both certificates like canny for 2 or more certificates?

3)how long does the evaluation takes?

4) is it 1m I will also pay for each of my family members when I get PPR?
How long does it take to get PPR when you re pick from the pool?
Hubby is above 40years
He has bsc in economics
ICAN certificates
He has 10years in banking

I will appreciate your prompt response
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by es7777: 4:44pm On Jul 11
[quote author=bellong Welcome back bro. I have a question on-behalf of my friend. He got married to an Australian late 2017 and they lodged their partner visa 309 Jan of 2018. The Australian wife has visited Lagos 3 times after the wedding and they’ve both taken trips to Singapore, Mozambique and Vietnam for holidays with everything documented and supplied to the migration agent in Aussi who deputized for them with the immigration. Their day to day communication / chat is always submitted to the agent weekly so it can be uploaded to their immi accnt. He has done d medicals, police report and every other thing required of him. The wife also change her passport details to my friend family name, news paper publication that her name is officially in her husband name, medical card, drivers license, bank info and place her husband for the superannuation just to proof that the relationship is genuine and real. The process for 309 visa is 14 to 19 months and this month makes it 18 month. My friend received an email first week of June that his application : We are writing to inform you that your application for a Partner (Provisional) visa is in progress. Your application takes time to process as we complete a number of thorough checks. He’s been thinking about this a lot if this is a sign that grant is coming ? your advice will be much appreciated Bro.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Nobody: 4:54pm On Jul 11
wumi247:
Good day house,

Please I need information about aussie Immigration
I have a diploma in social work
Bsc in sociology
I have almost 2yrs as community officer and 2years as a supervisor in a law firm
I will soon be 40yrs
1) is it a special body that will evaluate my certificate, what body evaluates diploma in social work and bsc in sociology?

2) how much is for evaluation, do I need to evaluate both certificates like canny for 2 or more certificates?

3)how long does the evaluation takes?

4) is it 1m I will also pay for each of my family members when I get PPR?
How long does it take to get PPR when you re pick from the pool?
Hubby is above 40years
He has bsc in economics
ICAN certificates
He has 10years in banking

I will appreciate your prompt response
face canny forget australia.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 8:55pm On Jul 11
jimoholaoluwa:


Can you assist me with a link I can follow so as to know the proper assessing body and there requirements

There are three bodies responsible for accountant. You can assess with any of them.

1. https://www.cpaaustralia.com.au/

2. https://www.charteredaccountantsanz.com/

3. https://www.publicaccountants.org.au/

Be mindful that for accountants, auditors, getting a very high score up to 85 minimum is not negotiable for an invitation considering the recent trend.

Goodluck

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 9:06pm On Jul 11
Laheelow:

Please l have HND in mechanical engineering. I will like to confirm if I can get positive assessment with EA as mechanical engineering technologist.
Thanks in anticipation.

There is no Mechanical engineering technologist occupation. Available occupations are Mechanical engineering technician, Mechanical engineering draftsperson and mechanical engineering itself. If you are talking about Engineering technologist (mechanical engineering), the occupation is a skill level 1 occupation and requires a bachelor degree.

However, if your experience is motor mechanic, small engine mechanic or diesel engine mechanic related, you can choose one of those and assess with TRA.


Only Tasmania sponsors Mechanical engineering technician and no state sponsors the draftsperson.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 9:09pm On Jul 11
@Egwaksuno,

South Australia nominated occupational health and safety adviser. You can nominate the occupation. It is assessed by VETASSES and no CDR required.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 9:32pm On Jul 11
@wumi247,

1. Canada may have a similar process with Australia but it is different. In Australia, both skills and experience are assessed together by the body responsible for your occupation. In your situation, two years experience is good for a positive assessment but you will get no point for experience.
ACWA - Australian Community Workers Association is responsible for assessment of community workers, they also do the qualification assessment along with the experience. You can add both your diploma and BSc. If the experience in community work is within the last two years, you should get a positive assessment.

2. http://www.acwa.org.au/ that is the website for the body, your question will be answered there.

3. Refer to 2 above.

4. I don't understand your last question. No one will give specific time to get invitation but your occupation is nominated by states, it is less complicated than independent skill migration.


Due to your age and short years of experience, you will need your husband to assess his skills too to add 5 points to the maximum points you can get to be able to have a shot at 489/491 depending on when you are ready(provided you can achieve 20 points score in English test). He can assess as an accountant with his BSC and ICAN certificate.

From the information you have provided, you will not get the minimum score for invitation in the Federal Skilled Worker for Canada due to your age and no postgraduate qualification. Based on the invitation score for the last 8 months, your maximum achievable points will not be enough for invitation except you get a provincial nomination which is a tall order at the moment.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 9:35pm On Jul 11
@es7777,

Your friend paid thousands of dollars to the migration agent, he should make him work for the money. The agent should advice him on it.

Meanwhile, the email doesn't show anything other than the information conveyed. Spouse visa is the most complicated Australia visa due to the length of time it takes to be processed.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by nachi1: 10:11pm On Jul 11
@bellong,
i am Elect/Elect Engineering graduate 2nd class lower with 4 years experienced, please i want to know if i must apply for ielts exam 1st before any other tin or i can still start the process of assessment while i wait for ielts general application. secondly, please drop the website assessing engineering. reply as soon as you can sir.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by ugsams(m): 10:41pm On Jul 11
jimoholaoluwa:


Can you assist me with a link I can follow so as to know the proper assessing body and there requirements


www.anzscosearch.com this is the site that will provide you with all the details about your occupation
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 11:43pm On Jul 11
nachi1:
please drop the website assessing engineering. reply as soon as you can sir.

https://www.engineersaustralia.org.au/
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Cakay: 12:18am On Jul 12
Hi everyone, I am asking for someone who works with telecommunications at MTN connect customer service/Retail Sales. What will be the occupation list and assessing body?

Thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by nachi1: 5:05am On Jul 12
bellong:


https://www.engineersaustralia.org.au/
@bellong, thank you for the link you shared to me. Please must i write the ielts exam 1st before assessment or i should assess different and write exams different. please clarify me.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 5:24am On Jul 12
nachi1:

@bellong, thank you for the link you shared to me. Please must i write the ielts exam 1st before assessment or i should assess different and write exams different. please clarify me.

You know if you have read the link, you wouldn't ask this question. The answer is in the link.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Tonero123: 5:34am On Jul 12
Good day House,
I'm new here and a friend referred me to this wonderful forum.

Please i need help on the following;
I have assessed my qualification with Engineers Australia.

Years of experience = 8 years
Qualification = Civil Engineer Professional
IELTS = 7,7,7,7.5 (L,S,R,W)
Points
189 = 65 pt,
190 = 70 pt.
Please are my eligible to apply for Victoria Sub-Class 190? I want to apply for Victoria Skilled Nominated visa (subclass 190).

Thank you.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Laheelow: 10:46am On Jul 12
bellong:


There is no Mechanical engineering technologist occupation. Available occupations are Mechanical engineering technician, Mechanical engineering draftsperson and mechanical engineering itself. If you are talking about Engineering technologist (mechanical engineering), the occupation is a skill level 1 occupation and requires a bachelor degree.

However, if your experience is motor mechanic, small engine mechanic or diesel engine mechanic related, you can choose one of those and assess with TRA.

Only Tasmania sponsors Mechanical engineering technician and no state sponsors the draftsperson.
Thanks for this response Oga bellong. I really appreciate it.
But what of my wife who has HND in chemical engineering, what can she apply for and which organisation is responsible for assessment, if she should be the primary applicant?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Mobilipia(f): 3:03pm On Jul 12
bellong:


If you read the assessing authority's website, you will answers to your questions.
bellong for president welcome back boss.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 7:54pm On Jul 12
@Tunero,

Yes, you are eligible to apply. 60 points is the minimum you need for a state nomination. However, you can check Victoria's website for occupation specific requirements.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 7:56pm On Jul 12
Laheelow:

Thanks for this response Oga bellong. I really appreciate it.
But what of my wife who has HND in chemical engineering, what can she apply for and which organisation is responsible for assessment, if she should be the primary applicant?

Chemical engineering is a skill level 1 occupation, a bachelor degree is required.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by lma4real(m): 12:05am On Jul 13
Pls what skill can someone with OND in computer science with 8years as a customer attendant officer in a bank applied for...@ Oga bellong
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bligs: 4:05am On Jul 13
Tonero123:
Good day House,
I'm new here and a friend referred me to this wonderful forum.

Please i need help on the following;
I have assessed my qualification with Engineers Australia.

Years of experience = 8 years
Qualification = Civil Engineer Professional
IELTS = 7,7,7,7.5 (L,S,R,W)
Points
189 = 65 pt,
190 = 70 pt.
Please are my eligible to apply for Victoria Sub-Class 190? I want to apply for Victoria Skilled Nominated visa (subclass 190).

Thank you.
Victoria only sponsor PhD holders in your profession.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 6:59am On Jul 13
lma4real:
Pls what skill can someone with OND in computer science with 8years as a customer attendant officer in a bank applied for...@ Oga bellong

If it is ICT customer service you can nominate ICT customer support Officer.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 7:04am On Jul 13
bligs:

Victoria only sponsor PhD holders in your profession.

You are confusing international students graduate pathway for offshore applicants. He only needs 5 years work experience and 7.0 band in English to be considered by Victoria.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Laheelow: 7:36am On Jul 13
bellong:


Chemical engineering is a skill level 1 occupation, a bachelor degree is required.

Thanks for the response and clarity @oga belong.
My wife who has HND in chemical engineering with 9 years experience as technologist in an engineering services company will not be able to fit in as well? What other options do we have?

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