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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by iammiracle1(m): 5:39pm On Feb 11
Please my oga's, i have worked in my present company for 3yrs 8months now, its a construction company and we get paid in cash or bank (not from company account), on my payslips it shows pension and tax remitted, BUT I have never gotten any pension alert nor seen my tax receipts, prior to my looking into migration the boss is always like its when you are resigning we transfer your pension and all.

Last week I went to meet him that I needed it and he was been very evasive, its a Chinese firm based in PH & the accountant called me by the side and told me they don't remit shi-shi, He advised I keep bugging so they pay it, that I should even involve the community if need be, I intend dragging this case out and taking it to the highest level to have my benefits remitted.

Please I wanted to know if they finally pay it now, it won't be a problem of why they haven't remitted it since. I am so pissed off, some of this expatriates really take us for a ride.

Cc, bellong, tunlex01, alphadoor, please I need help

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by LadyHeaven(f): 4:43pm On Feb 12
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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by DonFAASHY: 4:58pm On Feb 12
Good day Friends, Please I need your help;

Can I be successfully assessed by VETASSESS for my 10years valuable experience in Agricultural Consultancy role, although with a bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering. I started my career in an Agricultural firm as a Graduate trainee and have worked all my life in that Agricultural Consultancy line. Please, I will appreciate your kind advice to push through. Many thanks!
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Ayooluwa18: 8:39pm On Feb 12
Good evening house. I have positive assessment as a microbiologist with vetasses. I am 30years old with overall of 72 in PTE. 1 year experience. Pls which states can i nominate
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 6:05am On Feb 13
Ayooluwa18:
Good evening house. I have positive assessment as a microbiologist with vetasses. I am 30years old with overall of 72 in PTE. 1 year experience. Pls which states can i nominate

No state is currently nominating the occupation based on the details you have provided except for NSW 190 but you will need a very high point to be nominated cos the nomination space left is "limited" for Microbiologist
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 7:12am On Feb 13
DonFAASHY:
Good day Friends, Please I need your help;

Can I be successfully assessed by VETASSESS for my 10years valuable experience in Agricultural Consultancy role, although with a bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering. I started my career in an Agricultural firm as a Graduate trainee and have worked all my life in that Agricultural Consultancy line. Please, I will appreciate your kind advice to push through. Many thanks!

The image below explains. You may want to assess directly or better still, pay for Skill Assessment Support to determine if it will fly.
Vetassess should be able to give you a positive assessment even if some years will be deducted. You won't know until you try though

Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Ayinke93(f): 10:05am On Feb 13
tunlex01:


The image below explains. You may want to assess directly or better still, pay for Skill Assessment Support to determine if it will fly.
Vetassess should be able to give you a positive assessment even if some years will be deducted.
Hi @tunlex01... I just started reading about the Australian permanent residency and i have some questions please. I'm applying for a friend and he has a degree in accountancy and 7 years work experience working in IT. I'm confused about how he can go about his assessment; will he be evaluating under vetassess since he's been working in IT? your response will be greatly appreciated.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by iammiracle1(m): 11:55am On Feb 13
iammiracle1:
Please my oga's, i have worked in my present company for 3yrs 8months now, its a construction company and we get paid in cash or bank (not from company account), on my payslips it shows pension and tax remitted, BUT I have never gotten any pension alert nor seen my tax receipts, prior to my looking into migration the boss is always like its when you are resigning we transfer your pension and all.

Last week I went to meet him that I needed it and he was been very evasive, its a Chinese firm based in PH & the accountant called me by the side and told me they don't remit shi-shi, He advised I keep bugging so they pay it, that I should even involve the community if need be, I intend dragging this case out and taking it to the highest level to have my benefits remitted.

Please I wanted to know if they finally pay it now, it won't be a problem of why they haven't remitted it since. I am so pissed off, some of this expatriates really take us for a ride.

Cc, bellong, tunlex01, alphadoor, please I need help


Somebody please help me if you have an idea of what i should do??
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Twostargeneral(f): 1:19pm On Feb 13
Hello, Please i am currently gathering my document for Skill assessment by AIMS for 234611- Medical Laboratory Scientist. However on the AIMS website i noticed that it constantly refered to certified copy of Front passport page, credentials, IELTS result and others. Please do i have to find a notary personnel to do this?. Please Help.
Secondly, i need direction on how to check the provinces that can nominates for skilled workers.
Thank you.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Twostargeneral(f): 1:26pm On Feb 13
Just to butress on my previous post, I have 12years working experience, 2 postgraduate degrees in related field, IELTS 7.5 overall score(LSRW: 8,7.5,6.5,6.0). What are my chances and which of the provinces can currently nominate this profession and which of the visa route is better: 491, 189 0r...........
And kindly help out. Thank you.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 2:17pm On Feb 13
Twostargeneral:
Hello, Please i am currently gathering my document for Skill assessment by AIMS for 234611- Medical Laboratory Scientist. However on the AIMS website i noticed that it constantly refered to certified copy of Front passport page, credentials, IELTS result and others. Please do i have to find a notary personnel to do this?. Please Help.
Secondly, i need direction on how to check the provinces that can nominates for skilled workers.
Thank you.

@experience4u, please assist with the first part.

Check www.anzscosearch.com/search to see the state nominating your occupation. Currently, only NSW is nominating MLT for 491 Stream 2 and it requires at least 5 years experience.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 2:19pm On Feb 13
iammiracle1:


Somebody please help me if you have an idea of what i should do??

I dont think it will be a problem. Just make sure you have evidence of any issue that may or have arisen based on your 'dragging' (emails will be a good example). You can always attach and refer to them to explain the reason for the bulk payments.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by iammiracle1(m): 6:33pm On Feb 13
tunlex01:


I dont think it will be a problem. Just make sure you have evidence of any issue that may or have arisen based on your 'dragging' (emails will be a good example). You can always attach and refer to them to explain the reason for the bulk payments.

Thank you sir
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Experience4u(m): 9:39pm On Feb 14
All documents to be submitted to AIMS except your course syllabus must be certified true copy by a Notary public. You can goto any high court and ask for a Notary public or you ask any lawyer in your state of residence list of Notary publics. Prices per page may range from 300 to 1k, no let them cheat you.

Twostargeneral:
Hello, Please i am currently gathering my document for Skill assessment by AIMS for 234611- Medical Laboratory Scientist. However on the AIMS website i noticed that it constantly refered to certified copy of Front passport page, credentials, IELTS result and others. Please do i have to find a notary personnel to do this?. Please Help.
Secondly, i need direction on how to check the provinces that can nominates for skilled workers.
Thank you.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Jesunitemi: 12:56am On Feb 15
Please can anybody just confirm that NSW has not opened application for 491? I really need to be sure that I'm not missing something. Thanks.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by felixzo1(m): 6:02am On Feb 15
Jesunitemi:
Please can anybody just confirm that NSW has not opened application for 491? I really need to be sure that I'm not missing something. Thanks.
I checked on expertforum and was made to understand, invitations are once a month and goes mostly to people with 90 points and superior English
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by aduktus(m): 6:40am On Feb 15
Anyone trying to apply through the new Global Talent Independent Program?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by mamatwiny: 5:04pm On Feb 15
Please I need someone to guide me on this.
I intend to apply for 491, my current score without regional pts is 65. At what point is the regional point added? If it is added, it gets to 80. 3 regions are currently sponsoring my SOL, how do they nominate? Is it based on the highest point, or based on what their current demand is? Eg, can a civil engineer ( which is said to have high demand ) with point 65 get regional invitation before a musician with point 90 ?

I want to know what my chances are on 80pts ( my target) as we don't want to spend money on spouse Ielts and accreditation except it is so needed. If it is, it will be wise to start the process on time to get nomination on time.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by BelovedQuerida(f): 7:11pm On Feb 15
Hi everyone, My family and I just started considering immigration to Australia and I have a quick question (or maybe 2). I am eligible to apply for 189 and 190 as a Solicitor, however my spouse is only eligible to apply for 190 as a Sales & Marketing Manager. My question is can I apply for 189 and still travel with my spouse even though he is ineligible for 189 or do we both have to apply for 190. A follow-on question will be if we have to apply for 190, do we both need state nomination to submit EOI or will one person's nomination suffice? I apologize if similar questions have already been answered on this thread and will appreciate any direction I am able to get. Thanks!
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Experience4u(m): 8:02pm On Feb 15
Firstly is what's is your total point for 189 and 190
Secondly, have you gone through SLA to know if you are truly eligible to apply as a Solicitor
Thirdly, have you gone through vetasses to ascertain your husband can apply as Sales and Marketing Manager based on roles and responsibilities.

To answer your questions, both of you don't actually need to apply individually. One application is enough and the other can be a dependant.
However, to up your points, your spouse can go for assessment and English test to help boast your points.
Pls take time to read from page one
BelovedQuerida:
Hi everyone, My family and I just started considering immigration to Australia and I have a quick question (or maybe 2). I am eligible to apply for 189 and 190 as a Solicitor, however my spouse is only eligible to apply for 190 as a Sales & Marketing Manager. My question is can I apply for 189 and still travel with my spouse even though he is ineligible for 189 or do we both have to apply for 190. A follow-on question will be if we have to apply for 190, do we both need state nomination to submit EOI or will one person's nomination suffice? I apologize if similar questions have already been answered on this thread and will appreciate any direction I am able to get. Thanks!
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Experience4u(m): 8:05pm On Feb 15
What is your occupation?
Have you gotten positive assessment?

Nomination is based on state requirements in relation to occupations in demand.
Goto anzscosearch.com to check which state is nominating your occupation.

mamatwiny:
Please I need someone to guide me on this.
I intend to apply for 491, my current score without regional pts is 65. At what point is the regional point added? If it is added, it gets to 80. 3 regions are currently sponsoring my SOL, how do they nominate? Is it based on the highest point, or based on what their current demand is? Eg, can a civil engineer ( which is said to have high demand ) with point 65 get regional invitation before a musician with point 90 ?

I want to know what my chances are on 80pts ( my target) as we don't want to spend money on spouse Ielts and accreditation except it is so needed. If it is, it will be wise to start the process on time to get nomination on time.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by BelovedQuerida(f): 8:56pm On Feb 15
Thanks a lot for responding.

Yes I have calculated my points. I hit the exact 65 for 189 and that is because I scored 0 for partner qualification. I will score an additional 10 if I claim I have no spouse at all? For 190, 80 points if we evaluate spouse's skills and its favourable and 75 if we don't. Yes I have gone through the SLA (cursorily for now) and I am fairly satisfied. I note I may have to write an Academic IELTS (I have a general one), but other things are in place. As for my husband's, I am still trying to figure out the information. I understand that his qualification will be assessed by AIM. I will do as advised though, thanks again for responding.

Experience4u:
Firstly is what's is your total point for 189 and 190
Secondly, have you gone through SLA to know if you are truly eligible to apply as a Solicitor
Thirdly, have you gone through vetasses to ascertain your husband can apply as Sales and Marketing Manager based on roles and responsibilities.

To answer your questions, both of you don't actually need to apply individually. One application is enough and the other can be a dependant.
However, to up your points, your spouse can go for assessment and English test to help boast your points.
Pls take time to read from page one
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by mamatwiny: 9:59am On Feb 16
Experience4u:
What is your occupation?
Have you gotten positive assessment?

Nomination is based on state requirements in relation to occupations in demand.
Goto anzscosearch.com to check which state is nominating your occupation.

I have checked the states requirements and they require competent English and over 5 years experience which I have, is it automatic to get nomination once u meet the states 2 requirements above? Or do they still use points to rank the ppl that met the requirements for the occupation the state sponsor?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by CoolAlice: 12:40pm On Feb 16
Hey everyone,

Please I need advice on which migration option will work for me best.
I am a graduate with over 6 years experience in customer service and digital marketing.

I don't really know about how to calculate points. Can some please help me.

I am single
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Ayooluwa18: 9:03pm On Feb 16
Hi everyone. I want someone to help me out on this questions
1. Can i be nominated for 491 visa by a family with PR that stays in a region in Australia.
2. I have an eight year old daughter that i wish to take along. I had her while in school.
Pls how do i go about it and what are the chances .
I am 30yrs, single(never been married). I have 1yr experience, 72points in PTE, positive assessment for microbiologist. God bless you all
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Jesunitemi: 6:58am On Feb 17
felixzo1:
I checked on expertforum and was made to understand, invitations are once a month and goes mostly to people with 90 points and superior English


Thanks. But on the NSW website, it is said that 491 applications will open shortly...could it be that what you saw on Expat forum refers to 190 visa? I wonder what's really happening.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 8:18am On Feb 17
BelovedQuerida:
Thanks a lot for responding.

Yes I have calculated my points. I hit the exact 65 for 189 and that is because I scored 0 for partner qualification. I will score an additional 10 if I claim I have no spouse at all? For 190, 80 points if we evaluate spouse's skills and its favourable and 75 if we don't. Yes I have gone through the SLA (cursorily for now) and I am fairly satisfied. I note I may have to write an Academic IELTS (I have a general one), but other things are in place. As for my husband's, I am still trying to figure out the information. I understand that his qualification will be assessed by AIM. I will do as advised though, thanks again for responding.


Does your spouse report directly to the MD of his/her organisation?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 8:21am On Feb 17
mamatwiny:

I have checked the states requirements and they require competent English and over 5 years experience which I have, is it automatic to get nomination once u meet the states 2 requirements above? Or do they still use points to rank the ppl that met the requirements for the occupation the state sponsor?

Is it difficult to answer the first two questions Experience4u asked in his reply to you?

Only SA nomination is automatic if you meet the requirements. Others are not automatic and depends on many other factors which is why you were being asked about your occupation and assessment.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 8:27am On Feb 17
Ayooluwa18:
Hi everyone. I want someone to help me out on this questions
1. Can i be nominated for 491 visa by a family with PR that stays in a region in Australia.
2. I have an eight year old daughter that i wish to take along. I had her while in school.
Pls how do i go about it and what are the chances .
I am 30yrs, single(never been married). I have 1yr experience, 72points in PTE, positive assessment for microbiologist. God bless you all

1. yes depending on the relationship
2. You need to get consent or custody papers (can't remember the exact details) to be signed by both parent. The other parent must give consent for you to be able to add the child to your application.
Only SA is nominating your occupation currently but you need 95 points for 491 visa.

Have you lodged your EOI?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 8:28am On Feb 17
CoolAlice:
Hey everyone,

Please I need advice on which migration option will work for me best.
I am a graduate with over 6 years experience in customer service and digital marketing.

I don't really know about how to calculate points. Can some please help me.

I am single

Only Customer service manager is available. Are you one?
What's your job duties like?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by mamatwiny: 7:23pm On Feb 17
tunlex01:


Is it difficult to answer the first two questions Experience4u asked in his reply to you?

Only SA nomination is automatic if you meet the requirements. Others are not automatic and depends on many other factors which is why you were being asked about your occupation and assessment.

Assessment body - TRA

NSW. Act and Tasmania are sponsoring the SOl

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