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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 8:41am On Feb 07
Mariesio:


Pls is it the award institution that will send my transcript or is it something I can send myself
What it means is that they won't accept student copy. So best you attach a copy address to the body.

You can also email or call them for any clarification.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Mariesio: 8:42am On Feb 07
tunlex01:

What it means is that they won't accept student copy. So best you attach a copy address to the body.

You can also email or call them for any clarification.

thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 8:42am On Feb 07
wasd4luv:



I am a civil engineer and i have been working for 6 years but I didn't pay taxes. can i submit my bank statement only for EA assessment?
No, bank statement is not enough for EA. Tax statement for the 6 years or pension would be required.

Your qualification will only be approved, however, your RSEA won't be positive.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by cola1(m): 9:59am On Feb 07
Oh.. That's not nice at all
Tnx man
tunlex01:


If your qualification and experience are not related
if you do not have sufficient employment document for the company submitted
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Experience4u(m): 10:00am On Feb 07
Your initial Entry Date IED will be stated on your grant letter.
mamatwiny:
After receiving grant, what is the maximum time one can stay back before landing Australia?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Experience4u(m): 11:25am On Feb 07
I hope so too
tunlex01:


lol..its even sad that you dont know the assessing body your agent used. Why pay an agent and not get full disclosure or details about the process itself.

I only hope you have not been scammed.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by mamatwiny: 12:11pm On Feb 07
Kingsleyike:
I don't know the actual assessing body my agent used the last time I spoke with him he said once the assessment is out he will give me a call, my agent is base in Australia he hardly pick calls

Make sure you call them during work hours, you know we have big time difference with Aussie.
I sent you a pm.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Twostargeneral(f): 12:27pm On Feb 07
Goodafternoon all, please I am also in this situation right now.
I would love to start the Australia Immigration process.
Age -37
12years working experience
First degree is Medical Laboratory Sciences
2 master degrees.
IELTS with 7.5 overall score
ECA ready.
Please I will need all possible directions and help.

Greetings everyone in the house,

Please guys, I really don't understand the whole Aussie thing. I have read and read and read yet, the sub, class the nominating occupation is so confusing, even the assessment is confusing enough. I will be grateful if I can see a similar case as mine who can advice me accordingly.

This is my suituation:

Am in Academics, Poly lecturer to be precise. I have masters degree in Petroleum engineering and undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering.
Age is 33
5+ years teaching experience.
Ielts: L 7.5, R7.5, W 7, S 7.5.
Wife is :
She's an admin Officer in an institution with 6+ years
BA English Education
Ielts: L8, R7, W7.5, S7.5. & L9, R6, W7, S8

Please any advise?[/quote]
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Twostargeneral(f): 12:29pm On Feb 07
[quote author=Twostargeneral post=86452422]Goodafternoon all, please I am also in this situation right now.
I would love to start the Australia Immigration process.
Age -37
12years working experience
First degree is Medical Laboratory Sciences
2 master degrees.
IELTS with 7.5 overall score
ECA ready.
Please I will need all possible directions and help.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Kingsleyike: 12:43pm On Feb 07
tongue
Experience4u:
I hope so too
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by sbank: 1:41pm On Feb 07
funshobabs:
Greetings everyone in the house,

Please guys, I really don't understand the whole Aussie thing. I have read and read and read yet, the sub, class the nominating occupation is so confusing, even the assessment is confusing enough. I will be grateful if I can see a similar case as mine who can advice me accordingly.

This is my suituation:

Am in Academics, Poly lecturer to be precise. I have masters degree in Petroleum engineering and undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering.
Age is 33
5+ years teaching experience.
Ielts: L 7.5, R7.5, W 7, S 7.5.

Wife is :
She's an admin Officer in an institution with 6+ years
BA English Education
Ielts: L8, R7, W7.5, S7.5. & L9, R6, W7, S8

Please any advise?

For Polytechnic lecturer, your occupation should be "Vocational Education teacher".
If you teach a trade subject in the institution - TRA
if you teach a non-trade subject - VETASSESS.

You should confirm
1. which of the two categories you belong
2. the uni/poly you graduated from
3. the years the degrees were awarded.


Your spouse English result is enough. her occupation is not available on Aussie occupation list.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by sbank: 1:44pm On Feb 07
Bodacious1:
Hello everyone,

So I received the following response from ACS on this issue:

The Evidence of employment of the deponent of the statutory Declaration is required – The Offer of employment is not sufficient

Apart from the person's ID card what other evidence can I provide? Note that I had earlier submitted the person's employment offer letter.

Thank you

cc @tunlex01, @bellong




Yours is a special case o...I'm wondering why offer letter was not enough for your assessor.
Payslips, bank statement showing salary payment, tax clearance or pension.

You should also re-attach the offer letter when submitting.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by sbank: 1:51pm On Feb 07
Twostargeneral:
Goodafternoon all, please I am also in this situation right now.
I would love to start the Australia Immigration process.
Age -37
12years working experience
First degree is Medical Laboratory Sciences
2 master degrees.
IELTS with 7.5 overall score
ECA ready.
Please I will need all possible directions and help.

Please any advise?

Your information is a bit not clear.

is your 12 years experience as ML Scientist?
We actually don't work with overall score here, so you will need to state the results for the 4 bands of your IELTS.
ECA ---not an Aussie term but a Canny term and does not have any correlation to Aussie immigration.

Provide update on the enquiries above and we can proceed.

You should also state your spouse's details too.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Bodacious1: 2:14pm On Feb 07
Lol, a special good case. grin

As per ACS guidelines, I can only submit pay info for myself (which I already did anyway) not for the deponent.

If you can remember or suggest anything else, I'll be grateful. Thanks.

sbank:


Yours is a special case o...I'm wondering why offer letter was not enough for your assessor.
Payslips, bank statement showing salary payment, tax clearance or pension.

You should also re-attach the offer letter when submitting.

this is tunlex01
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by sbank: 2:20pm On Feb 07
Bodacious1:
Lol, a special good case. grin

As per ACS guidelines, I can only submit pay info for myself (which I already did anyway) not for the deponent.

If you can remember or suggest anything else, I'll be grateful. Thanks.


if you can get same for the deponent...Payslips, bank statement showing salary payment, tax clearance or pension.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by funshobabs(m): 3:23pm On Feb 07
Thank you very much. I teach in the department of mechanical engineering. I saw am suitable for vetassess. But the fee is crazy.
Please permit me to ask more questions.
1. How do i get my documents to vetassess?do they take transcript from individuals or it has to go from the institutions.
2. Do I send both undergraduate and postgraduate degrees?
3. What are my chances of getting a positive assessment?
4. What next after a positive assessment.
5. Are there any proof of funds for the whole process?
Thank you.
sbank:


For Polytechnic lecturer, your occupation should be "Vocational Education teacher".
If you teach a trade subject in the institution - TRA
if you teach a non-trade subject - VETASSESS.

You should confirm
1. which of the two categories you belong
2. the uni/poly you graduated from
3. the years the degrees were awarded.


Your spouse English result is enough. her occupation is not available on Aussie occupation list.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Experience4u(m): 6:01pm On Feb 07
Goto aims.org.au and read about what and what is required for assessment.
Secondly, drop your individual points so we can determine your point score from English.
Your overall score is enough for assessment with aims.

From the little info you dropped, here are your possible points
Age 25
Education 15
English NA
Experience 15
If single extra 10 points
If married, State your spouse details.
State nomination 15


[quote author=Twostargeneral post=86452452][/quote]
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Knight1(m): 6:05pm On Feb 07
tunlex01:


You can include all those years with ACS or mail ACS for clarification cos they tend to remove years from experience.

it all depends on the state. No state is currently nominating ICT Business Analyst for offshore applicants for 491 or 190 except VIC which will send you a pre-invite (when you get such pre-invite cannot be ascertained as ICT occupation is one of the competitive occupations).

Thank you.
Since I'm targeting the 190 stream, I've decided to assess as an ICT Project Manager (which is closer to my actual job and I have a PMP)

I also understand that ICT Project Manager may be moving from STSOL to MLTSSL
https://docs.employment.gov.au/documents/skilled-migration-lists-review-traffic-light-bulletin-consultation-december-2019-february

Can you please share a link to know which state is nominating for this?
(My preferred place is Melbourne)

Thank you so much.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Knight1(m): 6:10pm On Feb 07
ogbevireo:


Bros oh, how you take get this score?
no vex, abeg tell us the secret.

I raise my hat in salute!
Kindly share some salient tips from your experience especially as it concerns writing.

Thank you.

Tips for Writing.
1. Write a minimum of the number of required words.
2. Make sure your essay addresses the questions asked (Highly important).
3. Start off with a story - any story - related to the topic. Make it as long as possible, and then start actually responding by saying something like 'As we can see from the above...'

Speaking
1. Address all questions.
2 Tell related stories
3. Watch E2 YouTube videos

Writing and Listening
1. Practice old questions.
2. Review the answers to understand their system eg usually, it is one question per paragraph in reading so you don't need to go back.
3. Always read question first. Tells you what to look for in reading and listening.

Go smash!

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by funshobabs(m): 8:55pm On Feb 07
Guys please help explain my chances.
Having simulated my scores for each category, I got the following:

1. Sub class 189 : 65
2. Sub class 190 ( skilled Nominated): 70
3. Sub class 491 skilled worker Regional : 80

Thank you.

Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Twostargeneral(f): 10:38pm On Feb 07
sbank:


Your information is a bit not clear.

is your 12 years experience as ML Scientist?
We actually don't work with overall score here, so you will need to state the results for the 4 bands of your IELTS.
ECA ---not an Aussie term but a Canny term and does not have any correlation to Aussie immigration.

Provide update on the enquiries above and we can proceed.

You should also state your spouse's details too.

Thanks for replying to me.
My 12 years experience has been as a medical Laboratory Scientist. Basically in a Molecular Research.
IELTS score - LSRW 8.0, 7.5, 6.5, 6.0.
HUBBY has Msc but will not be writing IELTS.
Although I had just registered for another IELTS against March.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Twostargeneral(f): 10:43pm On Feb 07
Thanks for replying to me.
My 12 years experience has been as a medical Laboratory Scientist. Basically in a Molecular Research.
IELTS score - LSRW 8.0, 7.5, 6.5, 6.0.
HUBBY has Msc but will not be writing IELTS.
Although I had just registered for another IELTS against March.

author=sbank post=86454712]

Your information is a bit not clear.

is your 12 years experience as ML Scientist?
We actually don't work with overall score here, so you will need to state the results for the 4 bands of your IELTS.
ECA ---not an Aussie term but a Canny term and does not have any correlation to Aussie immigration.

Provide update on the enquiries above and we can proceed.

You should also state your spouse's details too.

[/quote]
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Kingsleyike: 11:20pm On Feb 07
Zahava please could you help me remove
this information you shared here
Zehava:
He's registered.


Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 11:54pm On Feb 07
Knight1:


Thank you.
Since I'm targeting the 190 stream, I've decided to assess as an ICT Project Manager (which is closer to my actual job and I have a PMP)

I also understand that ICT Project Manager may be moving from STSOL to MLTSSL
https://docs.employment.gov.au/documents/skilled-migration-lists-review-traffic-light-bulletin-consultation-december-2019-february

Can you please share a link to know which state is nominating for this?
(My preferred place is Melbourne)

Thank you so much.

Visit www.anzscosearch.com/search to get details of state nominating ICT project manager.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 12:33am On Feb 08
funshobabs:
Thank you very much. I teach in the department of mechanical engineering. I saw am suitable for vetassess. But the fee is crazy.
Please permit me to ask more questions.
1. How do i get my documents to vetassess?do they take transcript from individuals or it has to go from the institutions.
2. Do I send both undergraduate and postgraduate degrees?
3. What are my chances of getting a positive assessment?
4. What next after a positive assessment.
5. Are there any proof of funds for the whole process?
Thank you.

It's somewhat tiresome when people are asked many questions and they decide to respond to just one and still require us to give further insights to their requests.

My earlier post was for me to get a better understanding. I'm not gonna use it to get shopping coupons lol.

If mechanical engineering is classified as a non-trade course---that's Vetassess.

Cost shouldn't be an issue for people applying to Australia. It's expensive at each stage but the best part is you take it one step at a time.

1. Read Vetassess website for the process. It's super clear on the website.
2. This was why I asked my initial question.
3. Positive assessment is based on you following the requirements stated and how your job descriptions aligns to a VET (non-trades)
4. You look for state nominating your occupation and create EOI(s) on SkillSelect
5. Some states do require verifiable documents to prove your POF.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 12:43am On Feb 08
funshobabs:
Guys please help explain my chances.
Having simulated my scores for each category, I got the following:

1. Sub class 189 : 65
2. Sub class 190 ( skilled Nominated): 70
3. Sub class 491 skilled worker Regional : 80

Thank you.

65 for 189 is a no-no
for 190 or 491 depends on your occupation and state nomination requirement.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 12:50am On Feb 08
Twostargeneral:

Thanks for replying to me.
My 12 years experience has been as a medical Laboratory Scientist. Basically in a Molecular Research.
IELTS score - LSRW 8.0, 7.5, 6.5, 6.0.
HUBBY has Msc but will not be writing IELTS.
Although I had just registered for another IELTS against March.

You can assess as a MLS with AIMS however you will be given Medical Laboratory technician which is enough to get ITA. You will only be given MLS after you write the professional exam
Your score is good for assessment but not good enough for state nomination or visa application cos it's zero point.
You need a minimum of 7 in IELTS in each band to get 10 points.

Why is hubby not writing IELTS? and I was asking for his full details like you stated for yours not just MSc. this is ensure you maximise your points to get nomination faster.

Experience4u is also a MLS grant holder.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by funshobabs(m): 4:32am On Feb 08
Super clear now thank you and God bless you.
tunlex01:


It's somewhat tiresome when people are asked many questions and they decide to respond to just one and still require us to give further insights to their requests.

My earlier post was for me to get a better understanding. I'm not gonna use it to get shopping coupons lol.

If mechanical engineering is classified as a non-trade course---that's Vetassess.

Cost shouldn't be an issue for people applying to Australia. It's expensive at each stage but the best part is you take it one step at a time.

1. Read Vetassess website for the process. It's super clear on the website.
2. This was why I asked my initial question.
3. Positive assessment is based on you following the requirements stated and how your job descriptions aligns to a VET (non-trades)
4. You look for state nominating your occupation and create EOI(s) on SkillSelect
5. Some states do require verifiable documents to prove your POF.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Bodacious1: 8:20am On Feb 08
Visit https://liveinmelbourne.vic.gov.au/

You'll find detailed information about your targeted occupation and other related requirements.

Knight1:


Thank you.
Since I'm targeting the 190 stream, I've decided to assess as an ICT Project Manager (which is closer to my actual job and I have a PMP)

I also understand that ICT Project Manager may be moving from STSOL to MLTSSL
https://docs.employment.gov.au/documents/skilled-migration-lists-review-traffic-light-bulletin-consultation-december-2019-february

Can you please share a link to know which state is nominating for this?
(My preferred place is Melbourne)

Thank you so much.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 9:20am On Feb 08
funshobabs:
Super clear now thank you and God bless you.

Amen...good luck

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by charlso1(m): 7:45pm On Feb 08
Please, I still need answer and clarification on this question. What kind of skilled occupations should I be looking out for as a graduate of Electrical/Electronics Engineering (option: Telecom) from Federal Polytechnic. Please, Oga Tunlex01 help me out here.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Knight1(m): 8:41pm On Feb 08
Bodacious1:
Visit https://liveinmelbourne.vic.gov.au/

You'll find detailed information about your targeted occupation and other related requirements.


Thank you very much.
Apparently, they need AUD30,000 as proof of funds.
That destabilized me a bit. Is it the same across board for all states, because I'm already shifting eyes to NSW
sad
Bodacious1:
Visit https://liveinmelbourne.vic.gov.au/

You'll find detailed information about your targeted occupation and other related requirements.


Thank you very much.
Apparently, they need AUD30,000 as proof of funds.
That destabilized me a bit. Is it the same across board for all states, because I'm already shifting eyes to NSW

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