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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Bodacious1: 10:35pm On Feb 08
I don't think the POF applies across all states. The conditions for 190 across all states though are quite "interesting". For instance, NSW requires you to have had a job in your nominated occupation in NSW for at least 12 months before applying for 190 (double check sha just to be sure).

Not sure what your total points are, but seeing as your English is superior proficiency, I suggest you also check out https://www.migration.sa.gov.au. That's the link for South Australia (SA). If your points average 95 (inclusive of state nomination), then 190 for SA may work for you.

Alternatively, you may consider the 491 route.

Knight1:


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
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 1:52am On Feb 09
charlso1:
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.

Check the occupation list to see the occupation you can nominate.
Visit www.anzscosearch.com
Click the Hamburger sign and select 'List'
Go through the 3 lists MLTSSL, STSOL and ROL
Click any of the occupations that best relate to what you do.
When you click the occupation, scroll down to 'Anzsco code' and scroll to 'Tasks'
Check if the tasks relate to the occupation you have selected.
Revert here with occupation(s) you deem relate to what you do and we will take it up from there
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 5:05am On Feb 09
Knight1:


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

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

It's only advised you have it. You dont need to show proof of the funds.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 5:08am On Feb 09
Bodacious1:
I don't think the POF applies across all states. The conditions for 190 across all states though are quite "interesting". For instance, NSW requires you to have had a job in your nominated occupation in NSW for at least 12 months before applying for 190 (double check sha just to be sure).

Not sure what your total points are, but seeing as your English is superior proficiency, I suggest you also check out https://www.migration.sa.gov.au. That's the link for South Australia (SA). If your points average 95 (inclusive of state nomination), then 190 for SA may work for you.

Alternatively, you may consider the 491 route.


12 month living and work requirement for NSW is for few occupations not all the occupations. Most occupations only require high points to get 190.
For SA 190, you need 95 points in total with 8 years experience and superior English.

As you rightly said, 491 is the new gold. If 190 comes..that's awesome; if not, take 491 and move.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by charlso1(m): 8:37am On Feb 09
tunlex01:


Check the occupation list to see the occupation you can nominate.
Visit www.anzscosearch.com
Click the Hamburger sign and select 'List'
Go through the 3 lists MLTSSL, STSOL and ROL
Click any of the occupations that best relate to what you do.
When you click the occupation, scroll down to 'Anzsco code' and scroll to 'Tasks'
Check if the tasks relate to the occupation you have selected.
Revert here with occupation(s) you deem relate to what you do and we will take it up from there
Thank you sir, this is worth more than a thousand dollars. You are a blessing here and my God will bless you more and more. Thank and thank you sir.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Bodacious1: 11:14am On Feb 09
Yes, thanks for clarifying about the NSW 190 requirements. I was coming from the angle of ICT business analyst profession, but since he's/she's thinking of assessing as ICT project manager then it's worth considering. cc @Knight1

tunlex01:


12 month living and work requirement for NSW is for few occupations not all the occupations. Most occupations only require high points to get 190.
For SA 190, you need 95 points in total with 8 years experience and superior English.

As you rightly said, 491 is the new gold. If 190 comes..that's awesome; if not, take 491 and move.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 11:31am On Feb 09
charlso1:

Thank you sir, this is worth more than a thousand dollars. You are a blessing here and my God will bless you more and more. Thank and thank you sir.

amen
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by charlso1(m): 6:32pm On Feb 09
tunlex01:


Check the occupation list to see the occupation you can nominate.
Visit www.anzscosearch.com
Click the Hamburger sign and select 'List'
Go through the 3 lists MLTSSL, STSOL and ROL
Click any of the occupations that best relate to what you do.
When you click the occupation, scroll down to 'Anzsco code' and scroll to 'Tasks'
Check if the tasks relate to the occupation you have selected.
Revert here with occupation(s) you deem relate to what you do and we will take it up from there

Good evening bosses in the house. I have done my search and found two occupations that are related to what I am currently doing;
1. Electrical engineering technician
2. Electronic instrument trade worker.
Both are assessed by TRA.
I don't understand the below bolded sentences that I found in the Task description.
"Most occupations in this unit group have a level of skill commensurate with the qualifications and experience outlined below.

In Australia:

AQF Associate Degree, Advanced Diploma or Diploma (ANZSCO Skill Level 2)

In New Zealand:
NZQF Diploma (ANZSCO Skill Level 2)

At least three years of relevant experience may substitute for the formal qualifications listed above. In some instances relevant experience and/or on-the-job training may be required in addition to the formal qualification.
Registration or licensing may be required."

What is the next step of action to take?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Knight1(m): 9:19pm On Feb 09
Bodacious1:
I don't think the POF applies across all states. The conditions for 190 across all states though are quite "interesting". For instance, NSW requires you to have had a job in your nominated occupation in NSW for at least 12 months before applying for 190 (double check sha just to be sure).

Not sure what your total points are, but seeing as your English is superior proficiency, I suggest you also check out https://www.migration.sa.gov.au. That's the link for South Australia (SA). If your points average 95 (inclusive of state nomination), then 190 for SA may work for you.

Alternatively, you may consider the 491 route.


My total points for State nominated 190 Stream is 90; but I haven't found the requirements (especially the minimum points required for Victoria - Melbourne)
For 491, it's 100 points.

Also,
I read somewhere that Australian Computer Society doesn't accept student copy of transcript for skill assessment
In case you are familiar with their process,
Do they expect to be mailed the transcript from the school, or it's okay if you somehow have a copy for yourself?

Thank you.

@tunlex01
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Bodacious1: 11:31pm On Feb 09
I uploaded my transcript myself to ACS (I had requested for a copy from my university since 2018 and I've been using the same copy for a number of other things since that time). As long as the copy you have is stamped and verified/signed by your university, you should be fine.

Knight1:


My total points for State nominated 190 Stream is 90; but I haven't found the requirements (especially the minimum points required for Victoria - Melbourne)
For 491, it's 100 points.

Also,
I read somewhere that Australian Computer Society doesn't accept student copy of transcript for skill assessment
In case you are familiar with their process,
Do they expect to be mailed the transcript from the school, or it's okay if you somehow have a copy for yourself?

Thank you.

@tunlex01
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by cola1(m): 10:49am On Feb 10
Morning guys. Please how do I know the state that is sponsoring my selected skill.
Iam applying as a Mining engineer.
Thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by cola1(m): 10:51am On Feb 10
Morning guys. Please how do I know the state that is sponsoring my selected skill.
Iam applying as a Mining engineer.
Thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by wasd4luv(m): 11:10am On Feb 10
tunlex01:

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.

Thank you for this tunlex01, really appreciate your contribution.

Please advice me on what to do.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 12:32pm On Feb 10
charlso1:


Good evening bosses in the house. I have done my search and found two occupations that are related to what I am currently doing;
1. Electrical engineering technician
2. Electronic instrument trade worker.
Both are assessed by TRA.
I don't understand the below bolded sentences that I found in the Task description.
"Most occupations in this unit group have a level of skill commensurate with the qualifications and experience outlined below.

In Australia:

AQF Associate Degree, Advanced Diploma or Diploma (ANZSCO Skill Level 2)

In New Zealand:
NZQF Diploma (ANZSCO Skill Level 2)

At least three years of relevant experience may substitute for the formal qualifications listed above. In some instances relevant experience and/or on-the-job training may be required in addition to the formal qualification.
Registration or licensing may be required."

What is the next step of action to take?

It means you need at least a diploma to get positive assessment.
Do you have bank statement, pension or tax statement for ALL the years?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 12:37pm On Feb 10
Knight1:


My total points for State nominated 190 Stream is 90; but I haven't found the requirements (especially the minimum points required for Victoria - Melbourne)
For 491, it's 100 points.

Also,
I read somewhere that Australian Computer Society doesn't accept student copy of transcript for skill assessment
In case you are familiar with their process,
Do they expect to be mailed the transcript from the school, or it's okay if you somehow have a copy for yourself?

Thank you.

@tunlex01

For ICT and few other occupations, VIC must send a pre-invite. Other occupations can apply directly for 190.
for 491 VIC, you need a job offer to be nominated.

491 - https://liveinmelbourne.vic.gov.au/migrate/skilled-migration-visas/491
190 (scroll down to 'Apply') - https://liveinmelbourne.vic.gov.au/migrate/skilled-migration-visas/skilled-nominated-visa-subclass-190
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 12:49pm On Feb 10
cola1:
Morning guys. Please how do I know the state that is sponsoring my selected skill.
Iam applying as a Mining engineer.
Thanks

You can check here www.anzscosearch.com/search
Then visit the websites of the respective states.

See below state nominating your occupation as at 10:19pm AEST today

Mining Engineer (excluding petroleum)
NSW 190 - you need high point like 85 and above
NSW 491 - you need at least 5 years approved work experience from EA
NT 491 - available
SA 491 - 95 points in total

Production manager (mining)
QLD 491 - available
NSW 491 - you need at least 5 years approved work experience from EA
NT 491 - available
SA 491 - 85 points in total
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 12:51pm On Feb 10
wasd4luv:


Thank you for this tunlex01, really appreciate your contribution.

Please advice me on what to do.

Get the tax paid if you need the experience point or look for occupation to assess with other assessing body(ies)
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by seunfoster: 1:59pm On Feb 10
Good afternoon All,

Please I need your help with regards to this Australia Journey. I have one year in Auditing and presently a banker with 7.25 years experience in various capacities ( Funds transfer officer, Head teller, E-channels support,E-Business Control and now, a fraud analyst). I have an MBA (2017), B.Sc.(2008), OND(2004), AAT(2007) and ACA (2011).

I would like any advice on this Aussie quest. Thanks.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by cola1(m): 2:54pm On Feb 10
You are so help Man. Tnx sir

tunlex01:


You can check here www.anzscosearch.com/search
Then visit the websites of the respective states.

See below state nominating your occupation as at 10:19pm AEST today

Mining Engineer (excluding petroleum)
NSW 190 - you need high point like 85 and above
NSW 491 - you need at least 5 years approved work experience from EA
NT 491 - available
SA 491 - 95 points in total

Production manager (mining)
QLD 491 - available
NSW 491 - you need at least 5 years approved work experience from EA
NT 491 - available
SA 491 - 85 points in total

Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by cola1(m): 4:58pm On Feb 10
Please guys what does that statement in the box means "registration or licensing may be required "

Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by charlso1(m): 7:36pm On Feb 10
tunlex01:


It means you need at least a diploma to get positive assessment.
Do you have bank statement, pension or tax statement for ALL the years?
Thanks for your reply sir. I have bank statement and some payslips. I can get my pension statement from First Guarantee pension limited handlers by first bank but don't know how to get my tax statement. In my payslip, it is indicated that my tax is being deducted every month from the source
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by charlso1(m): 8:53pm On Feb 10
Again bosses here, how can I know the exact point needed for each state my occupation fall into?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 3:25am On Feb 11
seunfoster:
Good afternoon All,

Please I need your help with regards to this Australia Journey. I have one year in Auditing and presently a banker with 7.25 years experience in various capacities ( Funds transfer officer, Head teller, E-channels support,E-Business Control and now, a fraud analyst). I have an MBA (2017), B.Sc.(2008), OND(2004), AAT(2007) and ACA (2011).

I would like any advice on this Aussie quest. Thanks.

I'm not sure if there is any occupation you can assess on the list relating to your banking roles. You can assess as an external auditor but you won't be getting points for experience and currently, you need good points to get nomination as an external auditor.

You can also check the occupation list and see if there is any occupation you can nominate.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 3:29am On Feb 11
cola1:
Please guys what does that statement in the box means "registration or licensing may be required "

It means to nominate the occupation, it may require licensing by the state nominating you. The main word there is 'may'.
Licensing is not required now until you land

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 3:30am On Feb 11
charlso1:

Thanks for your reply sir. I have bank statement and some payslips. I can get my pension statement from First Guarantee pension limited handlers by first bank but don't know how to get my tax statement. In my payslip, it is indicated that my tax is being deducted every month from the source
Speak to your finance team for your tax statements.
You will need more than 'some' payslips.
Read TRA website.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 3:32am On Feb 11
charlso1:
Again bosses here, how can I know the exact point needed for each state my occupation fall into?
The standard points for all subclasses is 65, however point may vary from state of state with regards to each occupation. Check the specific requirements on the migration websites of the states nominating your occupation.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Jesunitemi: 9:34am On Feb 11
Good morning everyone. I pray for success in our Aussie pursuit and specially praying for NSW to open 491 application as that seems to be the only hope for some of us? Have a great day all.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by seunfoster: 9:37am On Feb 11
Thanks for your response.
I was thinking of an internal auditor role. I do not know if that can bag me enough points. I tried using the calculator and all I could get on VISA 190 and 489 is 65 & 70 respectively. Will I be able to claim points under the internal auditor role? How do I improve my score to meet the recent trend of 90 and above?

Everybody come to my aid oooo please!!!!!!, All suggestions are welcomed.

Thank you.
tunlex01:


I'm not sure if there is any occupation you can assess on the list relating to your banking roles. You can assess as an external auditor but you won't be getting points for experience and currently, you need good points to get a nomination as an external auditor.

You can also check the occupation list and see if there is any occupation you can nominate.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by cola1(m): 11:33am On Feb 11
OK.. Understood

tunlex01:


It means to nominate the occupation, it may require licensing by the state nominating you. The main word there is 'may'.
Licensing is not required now until you land
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 12:04pm On Feb 11
seunfoster:
Thanks for your response.
I was thinking of an internal auditor role. I do not know if that can bag me enough points. I tried using the calculator and all I could get on VISA 190 and 489 is 65 & 70 respectively. Will I be able to claim points under the internal auditor role? How do I improve my score to meet the recent trend of 90 and above?

Everybody come to my aid oooo please!!!!!!, All suggestions are welcomed.

Thank you.

Nominate internal auditor with those banking roles you listed previously would mean giving Vetassess free money.

You need a minimum of 1 year experience and a Bachelor's degree to assess as an Internal auditor with Vetassess. If your BSc is not from OAU, UI, Unilag or FUTA, that means only your Master's degree will fly which most likely only experience after 2017 will be approved (that's if the experience is considered as an Internal auditor role by Vetassess).

P.S - Score of 90 and above does not apply to every occupation. Currently, Internal auditor requires 90 and above for 189 while it's less for the other visa class just that no state is currently nominating the occupation.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by seunfoster: 1:38pm On Feb 11
Thanks Bro. I really appreciate your responses. I sent you a private message.

tunlex01:


Nominate internal auditor with those banking roles you listed previously would mean giving Vetassess free money.

You need a minimum of 1 year experience and a Bachelor's degree to assess as an Internal auditor with Vetassess. If your BSc is not from OAU, UI, Unilag or FUTA, that means only your Master's degree will fly which most likely only experience after 2017 will be approved (that's if the experience is considered as an Internal auditor role by Vetassess).

P.S - Score of 90 and above does not apply to every occupation. Currently, Internal auditor requires 90 and above for 189 while it's less for the other visa class just that no state is currently nominating the occupation.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by charlso1(m): 5:23pm On Feb 11
tunlex01:

Speak to your finance team for your tax statements.
You will need more than 'some' payslips.
Read TRA website.
Thank boss and more blessing from God

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