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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Obyroli: 11:30pm On Aug 14
tunlex01:

Visit www.anzscosearch.com to check the occupations you can nominate.
Thanks for the reply ,there are three options
Web designer
Web developer
Web Administrator (skill 2).
Pls can u help which I should nominate and I don't really understand the state nomination. Kindly assist me pls.Thank you
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Unlimited22: 11:39pm On Aug 14
Oga bellong, in spite of the day to day activities of your life, and the fact that you have a family, you still take it upon yourself to respond to as many queries as you can. Personally. No matter how silly or outlandish they are.


I don't know whether you are a theist, but God will bless you. Thank you very much.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 3:44am On Aug 15
Beemer:
Hi Bellong and all, please help. I intend to pay back taxes for 4 years because my former company never remitted and they're not ready to do it. The records will all carry the date of which I paid, hence showing I haven't been paying them yearly.

My question is would this been an issue with DHA? Has anyone done this and had successful visa approval? Thoughts please, thank you.

The receipt will show date of payment but the tax statement will only show the years your tax remittance covered not payment.

You can have this discussion with the internal revenue in your state.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 3:47am On Aug 15
Egwaksuno:


Bros, sorry bump in this but I am also stuck in this same matter. My major is Mechanical Engineering and i don't think it relates to Occupational Health and Safety, i have NEBOSH IGC not the diploma and ISO certifications. Do i stand a chance to get positive feedback from VETASSES?

VETASSES is clear on the required qualifications for the occupation. Minimum of diploma in occupational health and safety.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 4:01am On Aug 15
Obyroli:
Good day Oga Bellong,pls I need your help ,don't know what to nominate.
B.tech in information technology (4years direct entry)
Job title.web Administrator
School.karunya university india
5years experience

I can't really give you specific advice on what to choose. However, if you will be able to score at least 75 points on your own, you can nominate Web administrator because Queensland nominates it on 190 and will be reopened soon.

Other option is Web developer, it is on medium availability on NSW list and high points (80) on SA. It is also currently available in ACT.

The decision is yours.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 4:02am On Aug 15
tunlex01:

This is good. Everyone that went through Vetassess got at least 1 year deducted. Mine was deducted too, I guess it's their standard.

They do it for all occupation but it is not consistent with the Migration ACT 1958 as amended and ANZSCO requirements for some occupations.

If you don't mind sharing it, you can get in touch.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 4:04am On Aug 15
tunlex01:

One thing about Vetassess is that even if your degree is not highly relevant, your years of experience will be reduced in lieu of the qualification. Since you did a 5 year course, you will only lose at least 3 years of experience as long as your job descriptions of the occupation you are nominating are well aligned to what Vetassess wants.

If your job descriptions do not tally with what they want, coupled with a non-relevant degree, that's an automatic negative. If you have more than 4 years experience, please give it a shot.

For a lot of occupations, VETASSES does not accept experience in lieu of qualification if the qualification is not highly relevant.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 4:07am On Aug 15
Unlimited22:
Oga bellong, in spite of the day to day activities of your life, and the fact that you have a family, you still take it upon yourself to respond to as many queries as you can. Personally. No matter how silly or outlandish they are.


I don't know whether you are a theist, but God will bless you. Thank you very much.

Amen. I am a theist.

If you are married, your spouse may be in the better position to go through the Australian migration.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Kinboe(m): 7:13am On Aug 15
Sure. Go and calculate your points first.

crowniran:


Thank you very much, sir. Do a fresh graduate also stand a chance?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Beemer: 11:02am On Aug 15
tunlex01:

Which assessing body do you want to assess with cos this may not only be a DHA issue?

I have a positive ACS assessment already. Just looking ahead so it's not an issue with DHA. Thanks.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Beemer: 11:03am On Aug 15
bellong:


The receipt will show date of payment but the tax statement will only show the years your tax remittance covered not payment.

You can have this discussion with the internal revenue in your state.

I see. Thanks a lot.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by oyetpel(m): 5:42pm On Aug 15
bellong:


4 year course in UNILORIN equates AQF associate degree.

It is either you do a Masters degree or nominate chemistry technician if it will be sponsoredd by any state when you are ready.

Why do you propose Chemistry technician over Chemist?

Is it easy to get good assessment for Chemistry technician than Chemist?


Because i checked and Chemistry technician does not have 189 visa, and cannot be sponsored by family under 489.


Maybe things will change when 491 visa kicks in...

And can i apply immediately after graduation, knowing i won't have any experience points?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Obyroli: 11:25pm On Aug 15
[quote author=bellong post=81267217]

I can't really give you specific advice on what to choose. However, if you will be able to score at least 75 points on your own, you can nominate Web administrator because Queensland nominates it on 190 and will be reopened soon.

Other option is Web developer, it is on medium availability on NSW list and high points (80) on SA. It is also currently available in ACT.

The decision is yours.

Thank you very much for your reply,I found this helpful.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Bamz(m): 6:42am On Aug 16
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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 8:44am On Aug 16
oyetpel:


Why do you propose Chemistry technician over Chemist?

Chemistry technician is a skill level 2 occupation. Your degree from UNILORIN will be assessed as equivalent of an AQF Associate degree which is lower than required level for a Chemist.

Chemist is a skill level 1 occupation and required your degree to be assessed as AQF Bachelor not Associate. If you want to nominate Chemist, the program from UNILORIN must be five years or you have a Masters degree. It is what it is with VETASSES.

We are trying to challenge some of these things but yet to get anyone that will volunteer to be part of it.

Is it easy to get good assessment for Chemistry technician than Chemist?

Refer to the above


Because i checked and Chemistry technician does not have 189 visa, and cannot be sponsored by family under 489.

This assertion is not right. It is listed under SLTSS list, it is available for family sponsorship. Do you have family to sponsor you?


Maybe things will change when 491 visa kicks in...

Everybody is waiting for that to happen.

And can i apply immediately after graduation, knowing i won't have any experience points?

No sir, you can't. You need at least one year post-qualification experience to get a positive assessment.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by oyetpel(m): 10:11am On Aug 16
bellong:


Chemistry technician is a skill level 2 occupation. Your degree from UNILORIN will be assessed as equivalent of an AQF Associate degree which is lower than required level for a Chemist.

Chemist is a skill level 1 occupation and required your degree to be assessed as AQF Bachelor not Associate. If you want to nominate Chemist, the program from UNILORIN must be five years or you have a Masters degree. It is what it is with VETASSES.

We are trying to challenge some of these things but yet to get anyone that will volunteer to be part of it.



Refer to the above



This assertion is not right. It is listed under SLTSS list, it is available for family sponsorship. Do you have family to sponsor you?



Everybody is waiting for that to happen.



No sir, you can't. You need at least one year post-qualification experience to get a positive assessment.

Thanks for the clarification, yes i have a cousin there who can sponsor me. He's married to an Australian lady.

Will the One post-qualification experience require me to have tsx returns and all that? I am asking to know if i can do a voluntary chemistry based work immediately after graduation.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by crowniran(m): 5:44pm On Aug 16
Kinboe:
Sure. Go and calculate your points first.


I have downloaded the pdf. Thanks, I appreciate.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 8:07am
Obyroli:

Thanks for the reply ,there are three options
Web designer
Web developer
Web Administrator (skill 2).
Pls can u help which I should nominate and I don't really understand the state nomination. Kindly assist me pls.Thank you
@bellong has answered your enquiries.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 8:08am
bellong:


They do it for all occupation but it is not consistent with the Migration ACT 1958 as amended and ANZSCO requirements for some occupations.

If you don't mind sharing it, you can get in touch.
Pls check your pm
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 8:10am
bellong:


For a lot of occupations, VETASSES does not accept experience in lieu of qualification if the qualification is not highly relevant.
You are right. I have only seen a couple of not highly relevant qualification with positive outcome.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 8:15am
Beemer:


I have a positive ACS assessment already. Just looking ahead so it's not an issue with DHA. Thanks.
If you are able to sort it out with your state revenue service, that will be fine. If not, what other employment documents do you have to submit apart from d reference letter? I have seen cases of people without tax/pension get grant recently, however bear in mind that no two cases are the same cos they were able to submit other documents to substantiate their claims.
Also, how many years of experience are you claiming?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Obyroli: 10:49am
tunlex01:

@bellong has answered your enquiries.
Yes he has.Thank you

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