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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by sylgreat(m): 10:21pm On Sep 11
bellong:


Civil engineering technologist
Thanks Bellong
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by sylgreat(m): 10:22pm On Sep 11
nel4k:


Yes. Just confirm which of the category you fall in. Engineer, Technologist or Associate. But I think it should be Engineer, going by the number of experiences. make your research.
Ok thanks I will do that
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Benrichard(m): 5:02am On Sep 12
[quote author=sylgreat post=82083130]Pls anyone in the house who is a civil engineer to advice. I have HND in civil engineering, then postgraduate diploma from federal university of technology Minna. I have 8 yrs experience. Can I go for civil engineer?[/quote


I have HND n PGD in civil engineering too with 8yrs working experience, you can't go for civil engineering technologist because
1. that's a skill level 1 occupation and it requires B.eng
2. Has high competition minimum 75pts.

I will suggest you should either go for civil engineering technician or draftsperson.

@bellong n zany, pls throw more light
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by metrecube(m): 8:36am On Sep 12
[quote author=Benrichard post=82151241][/quote]
PGD in Engineering make him qualify for skill level 1 occupation. If his experience is post PGD and he can gather the required point, he can go for it.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by gnykelly(m): 8:02pm On Sep 12
Still hopeful
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by ogbevireo(m): 12:37am On Sep 13
Kelvinhunta:
Please how do I prove this

Visit the ACS site to check what is required for an RPL.
Take a look at the list of job titles that ACS assesses and their descriptions to enable you choose which of them is closest to what you want.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Swtibogirl88: 1:15am On Sep 13
Hello Bellong, i need help guys.
I studied biology and biotechnology, professional diploma in education, 31 yrs, work as an Enlightenment officer in Health organization. Have some experience in teaching but was paid cash not into my account.
Ielts is 7.5 all modules.
Please i need help on what next to do cos i really dont understand how Australia PR works.
Thanks all
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Kelvinhunta: 4:57am On Sep 13
Thanks alot! Will do just that
ogbevireo:


Visit the ACS site to check what is required for an RPL.
Take a look at the list of job titles that ACS assesses and their descriptions to enable you choose which of them is closest to what you want.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 5:05am On Sep 13
Swtibogirl88:
Hello Bellong, i need help guys.
I studied biology and biotechnology, professional diploma in education, 31 yrs, work as an Enlightenment officer in Health organization. Have some experience in teaching but was paid cash not into my account.
Ielts is 7.5 all modules.
Please i need help on what next to do cos i really dont understand how Australia PR works.
Thanks all

How long have you been working as an enlightenment officer? Is your biology and biotechnology degree a bachelor's degree? If yes, which university?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Ifexsco: 7:09am On Sep 13
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Benrichard(m): 9:27pm On Sep 13
@ oga bellong, pls is this statement below true?



metrecube:

PGD in Engineering make him qualify for skill level 1 occupation. If his experience is post PGD and he can gather the required point, he can go for it.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 1:36am On Sep 14
Benrichard:
@ oga bellong, pls is this statement below true?



The issue here is that the assessing bodies view PGD differently. For example, ACS will equate it to Diploma degree. I am unsure what EA does.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Kelvinhunta: 7:12am On Sep 14
Thanks so much. I appreciate
ogbevireo:


Visit the ACS site to check what is required for an RPL.
Take a look at the list of job titles that ACS assesses and their descriptions to enable you choose which of them is closest to what you want.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by LJ91: 2:31pm On Sep 14
Hello everyone..
I'm an Architect, 28 years old with my BSc and MSc in Architecture from a federal university. I intend to apply for Australia's PRV. I have some questions I need help with please.
1a. I have less than 5 years of experience. Can it prevent me from getting a positive assessment from the relevant body? 1b. Can my service year be added to my overall experience during application?
2. I have evidence to show for my experience but I don't know how to address the issue of Proof of Tax Payment.
3. Architect or Architectural Draughtperson, which do you suggest I pick for an easier process?
4. Lastly, Do Australian authorities require Proof of Funds before issuing grants?
Thank you..
Cc Bellong
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by abby2443: 3:04pm On Sep 14
1a. No it can't prevent you from getting positive outcome. depending on the assessing body, AACA don't require experience at all while Vetassess requires minimum of 1 year.
1b. Yes your service year can add to overall experience once it's related to your B.Sc/nominated occupation.

2. You can use your bank statement or go to tax office to pay up

3. Please go for architectural draftsperson

4. No they don't but i think you'll have to tell then how much you have even though you won't be required to provide proof.

LJ91:
Hello everyone..
I'm an Architect, 28 years old with my BSc and MSc in Architecture from a federal university. I intend to apply for Australia's PRV. I have some questions I need help with please.
1a. I have less than 5 years of experience. Can it prevent me from getting a positive assessment from the relevant body? 1b. Can my service year be added to my overall experience during application?
2. I have evidence to show for my experience but I don't know how to address the issue of Proof of Tax Payment.
3. Architect or Architectural Draughtperson, which do you suggest I pick for an easier process?
4. Lastly, Do Australian authorities require Proof of Funds before issuing grants?
Thank you..
Cc Bellong
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by aaffluent: 3:26pm On Sep 14
HND is associate degree and Technoloist requires minimum of 5yr Bachelors
bellong:


Civil engineering technologist
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by LJ91: 4:08pm On Sep 14
Thanks abby2443.. smiley
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by vikmeek: 12:48am On Sep 16
Pls is it possible for someone that studied Mechanical Engineering in Uni access as Mechanics for PR as it’s on high priority list (on demand)?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 1:38am On Sep 16
vikmeek:
Pls is it possible for someone that studied Mechanical Engineering in Uni access as Mechanics for PR as it’s on high priority list (on demand)?

If you have experience in motor mechanic, you can assess as a mechanic.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Mamabigboy: 8:20am On Sep 17
Good morning
I am new in this group. I intend to migrate to Australia with my husband and son but I dont know where to start from. I am a Medical Laboratory Scientist with 9 years work experience. I am 34. I am waiting for my IELTS result to be out on Friday.
Could anyone kindly put me through on how best to proceed?
Many thanks.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 8:30am On Sep 17
Mamabigboy:
Good morning
I am new in this group. I intend to migrate to Australia with my husband and son but I dont know where to start from. I am a Medical Laboratory Scientist with 9 years work experience. I am 34. I am waiting for my IELTS result to be out on Friday.
Could anyone kindly put me through on how best to proceed?
Many thanks.

Read this..

https://www.nairaland.com/4478747/diy-guide-australian-permanent-resident

What is your husband's occupation?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Mamabigboy: 10:28am On Sep 17
bellong:

Thanks for your prompt response. My husband is a lawyer, but works as an examination officer with NECO
Read this..

https://www.nairaland.com/4478747/diy-guide-australian-permanent-resident

What is your husband's occupation?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Embassy4u(m): 10:59am On Sep 17
You can assess as a Medical Laboratory Technician which is assessed by AIMS. You can check their website to see the requirements. go through www.anzscosearch.com to search for that occupation. From there you can get the link to the assessing body's site.

Note that Medical Laboratory Technician is a skill 2 occupation which is what you'll be awarded even if you file for a Medical Laboratory Scientist.

Mamabigboy:
Good morning
I am new in this group. I intend to migrate to Australia with my husband and son but I dont know where to start from. I am a Medical Laboratory Scientist with 9 years work experience. I am 34. I am waiting for my IELTS result to be out on Friday.
Could anyone kindly put me through on how best to proceed?
Many thanks.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Mamabigboy: 12:12pm On Sep 17
Thanks. God bless you.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Rozaay: 1:01pm On Sep 17
Hi everyone! I just came across this thread as I'm currently researching on migrating to Australia with my wife.

My wife is a Pharmacist, she got her B.Sc and Masters from an Ukranian National Medical university, she did a 1year internship with a A Nigerian state hospital, did her NYSC in with a Local Government health centre and now working as a civil servant in a Nigerian State hospital, that gives her a 3years working experience as regarding her profession.

I studied Horticulture in a Nigerian Federal University but has never used my qualification for work before. I do local distribution and importation of goods, so there isn't really a track record of tax payment or work experience on my end.

We're looking at starting the whole process early next year but wants to have the full knowledge of what it requires and prepare ahead

And a child is on the way lol grin

So guys!....

How do we go about the process of migrating?

What budget should we be working towards?

What are your suggestions about the right skilled option (i.e 189, 190, 489) that we should go for?

Do we have to contact an agent or we can do it on our own?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by erickjany: 3:01pm On Sep 17
@Bellong and other good fellows on this thread.
Pls what are my chances to be successful on this Aussie journey.
1. My first degree was materials and metallurgical engineer.
2 years working experience in lagos but the company has folded last 5 years.
2. Working now as an a marketer in a reputable insurance company for 4yrs now.
I saw NOI in Materials and metallurgical engineering on the list. Pls can I apply submitting my degree project and SIWES Industrial Traing project and with my 2 years working experince as a metallurgist.
How is my chances to be successful?
Pls answer so that I can start to be prepared for the next draw.
Thanks my beloved Bellong!

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