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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 9:39am On Aug 17
iammiracle1:


I think Draftsperson is easier and has more pathway opportunities but, you should listen to more experienced ppl

Cc bellong, tunlex01
My thoughts too, especially with the stringent requirements from the states in the last financial year.
EA - faster result, requires at least 1 third party document for all the years, less state nominating occupation
TRA - application outcome takes longer than EA, payslip + (at least bank statement, pension or tax for all the years), higher chance of getting a nomination with less stringent requirements/points than professional engineer

@Goldpanther, check the one that relates more to your occupation and go for it.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by fenoll05: 8:27am On Aug 18
Good morning everyone. I am new this Australian Immigration, I need help with guidance on how to navigate this opportunity. I want to apply to Australian Immigration but I am completely confused as to how or where to start. I need help and guidance please.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bligs: 9:24am On Aug 18
fenoll05:
Good morning everyone. I am new this Australian Immigration, I need help with guidance on how to navigate this opportunity. I want to apply to Australian Immigration but I am completely confused as to how or where to start. I need help and guidance please.
You didn't provide any information whatsoever, how will people guide you?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by fenoll05: 4:05pm On Aug 18
bligs:

You didn't provide any information whatsoever, how will people guide you?
That's because I am a complete novice to this immigration option. What information am I required to provide please?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Scholar212(m): 9:35pm On Aug 18
fenoll05:
That's because I am a complete novice to this immigration option. What information am I required to provide please?
Read the beginning from page 1 to like page 15, understand the process then you can ask a specific question
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bligs: 10:13am On Aug 19
fenoll05:
That's because I am a complete novice to this immigration option. What information am I required to provide please?
Bsc.
Age.
Years of experience if any.
Test of English.
Marital Status.
Go through the first page of this thread for more clarifications.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Dude04(m): 11:07pm On Aug 19
Hi guys, so I recently graduated from an engineering masters degree and I plan on getting the Subclass 476 Skilled—Recognised Graduate visa for 18 months. My question is how possible is it that I can secure a PR afterwards.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bligs: 1:42am On Aug 20
Dude04:
Hi guys, so I recently graduated from an engineering masters degree and I plan on getting the Subclass 476 Skilled—Recognised Graduate visa for 18 months. My question is how possible is it that I can secure a PR afterwards.
Did you graduate from a University under the Dublin or Washington accord? If your degree is from Nigeria, you are not eligible.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by jadepinkett(f): 7:08pm On Aug 21
Hi everyone. Is there a thread on how to apply for visit visa in Australia? Can anyone point me to the appropriate junction cheesy cheesy
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Umegoejiofor(m): 6:24pm On Aug 23
Please is it possible to secure Australia working permit visa for someone?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Topsy2020: 3:38pm On Aug 24
topacs:
Please and please people of Az, i need ACS rpl sample or format....Kindly assist..Thanks.

Pls did you get a feedback on this, can I get samples of acs rpll for 261112?.

Pls help
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Okonowele8(m): 4:02pm On Aug 24
Good day nairalanders.

My international passport will be expiring on 1st of December this year and I would like to know when I can put in application for a new one because I will be needing the passport by December ending.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by toayojj: 8:46pm On Aug 24
Okonowele8:
Good day nairalanders.

My international passport will be expiring on 1st of December this year and I would like to know when I can put in application for a new one because I will be needing the passport by December ending.


If the rules haven't changed, your passport needs to be less than 6months to expiry before you can renew - meaning, you may begin your renewal process. However, it is not really a long process anymore, if you have an immigration personnel monitoring it for you on the inside (all can be done in one week - From Capturing to Issuance).

Also, you must have your NIN readily available, as it is a dire requirement for the issuance of an international passport for all Nigerians (including children - Babies/Toddlers and all).

I hope this helps!

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Okonowele8(m): 8:59pm On Aug 24
toayojj:


If the rules haven't changed, your passport needs to be less than 6months to expiry before you can renew - meaning, you may begin your renewal process. However, it is not really a long process anymore, if you have an immigration personnel monitoring it for you on the inside (all can be done in one week - From Capturing to Issuance).

Also, you must have your NIN readily available, as it is a dire requirement for the issuance of an international passport for all Nigerians (including children - Babies/Toddlers and all).

I hope this helps!
thank you so much.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Goodies1: 9:40pm On Aug 25
Please can someone help with directions on how to get my tax clearance for vetassess.
I work with a private firm in PH nd my tax is deducted every month.
I know my company remits and gets clearance certificate every year as a company but I'm confused on how to get my personal tax clearance.
Anyone who has scaled this should please help
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Okonowele8(m): 9:45pm On Aug 25
Goodies1:
Please can someone help with directions on how to get my tax clearance for vetassess.
I work with a private firm in PH nd my tax is deducted every month.
I know my company remits and gets clearance certificate every year as a company but I'm confused on how to get my personal tax clearance.
Anyone who has scaled this should please help
you can ask your employer for it.


It is PAYE that you need not personal income tax.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by toayojj: 9:57pm On Aug 26
Goodies1:
Please can someone help with directions on how to get my tax clearance for vetassess.
I work with a private firm in PH nd my tax is deducted every month.
I know my company remits and gets clearance certificate every year as a company but I'm confused on how to get my personal tax clearance.
Anyone who has scaled this should please help

Ask the HR/Tax/Finance Unit (which ever unit deals with tax issues/payroll) of your company to write a tax clearance letter for you (to whom it may concern), stating your gross and PAYE for the last three years (i.e. 2019, 2018, 2017), as 2020 can't be ready. Then, if you have a relationship with someone in the unit issuing the letter, they may provide sample PAYE receipts for these periods, evidencing remittance by the company on employees' behalf.

The period above, is the exact content that would be in the TCC that the Rivers State Internal Revenue Service (or any State's tax authorities) would issue to you. This is faster to get. From experience, this is the type of letter we give staff members who are desperate to get a tax clearance before the State Government eventually gives one - if they ever.

To request for your TCC from the tax authorities as an individual, you would be required to come through your employer - this may take forever, unless you will volunteer to follow up after the application for TCC is made by your company and I'm sure you know what this means. You may be required to part with something for a process that should be free and should not take more than 2weeks (as stated in the PITAM/PAYE regulations). Unfortunately, we are a unique country!

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Ceesnation: 10:57am On Aug 31
Hello NLs,
Thank you all for contributing to this informative thread.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by gonon: 8:14pm On Aug 31
Hello chief, yes i have evidence (bank statement) of being paid salary for my occupation during NYSC. Will EA accept my bank statement?

bellong:


Do you have evidence of salary paid at the level for your occupation during NYSC? If you have, you can add it to your experience. You need minimum of 3 years experience to claim experience points.

Meanwhile, you don't need to include your MSc, it is not relevant except you want to nominate a related occupation. MSc and BSc are both 15 points.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Sweetmia37: 10:42pm On Sep 02
Hi guys,thank you for this platform,it has been very helpful but i'm still a little confused though.
Kindly advise me on the visa class that will be suitable and what are my chances in pursuing the Australian PR?
Age:31
IELTS:7,7,7,7
B.Sc:Mechanical Engineering 2012
Masters: MBA 2018
Both from Unilorin
Job title: Financial Investment Adviser
Years of Experience:3(Three)
Marita Status:Single
Thank you.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Kampack: 9:28am On Sep 03
Sweetmia37:
Hi guys,thank you for this platform,it has been very helpful but i'm still a little confused though.
Kindly advise me on the visa class that will be suitable and what are my chances in pursuing the Australian PR?
Age:31
IELTS:7,7,7,7
B.Sc:Mechanical Engineering 2012
Masters: MBA 2018
Both from Unilorin
Job title: Financial Investment Adviser
Years of Experience:3(Three)
Marita Status:Single
Thank you.

Why don't you re-write IELTS, and try max points, especially the Listening sections. Then apply for Canadian Imm.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by rvpbae: 10:44pm On Sep 03
Hello everyone. Just bumped into this thread, I've checked out page 1 and previous threads but my challenge is most of the links aren't functional.

Where do I start from? What are my chances?

Just clocked 30.
I have a masters
Less than 3yeara experience (I stopped working 3years ago. My work experience isnt related to my degree)
Married. 2kids
Hubby has never worked for anyone. Runs his own business for over 5years but was registered in 2017.

Please just guide me. I can read up on my own.

Thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by omabetter: 3:39am On Sep 04
DrCollins218:




Good morning Sir,

I submitted EOI for the global talent independent visa and just recently I was invited to apply for the visa. Please do you know anyone who has been invited in the past and what's your advice?
The visa application fees is Aus $4111
Thanks and God bless you.

Congratulation @DrCollins218. Please can I know the documents you submitted for the EOI, your area of specialization, how you got a nominator, etc.

Anyone with these information can help too. Thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by jadepinkett(f): 11:30am On Sep 04
jadepinkett:
Hi everyone. Is there a thread on how to apply for visit visa in Australia? Can anyone point me to the appropriate junction cheesy cheesy


Hi. Please can anyone help me with info on visiting Australia. Procedures et al
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by lordbeans(m): 10:58am On Sep 07
omabetter:


Congratulation @DrCollins218. Please can I know the documents you submitted for the EOI, your area of specialization, how you got a nominator, etc.

Anyone with these information can help too. Thanks


State your profile
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by frankmoney(m): 11:01am On Sep 07
Bsc. Architecture
Years of experience : 1
Worked as a draftperson for a registered architect , although I only received salary in cash

Can anyone tell me my chances ?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 9:54am On Sep 08
frankmoney:
Bsc. Architecture
Years of experience : 1
Worked as a draftperson for a registered architect , although I only received salary in cash

Can anyone tell me my chances ?
you will need payslips and other employment documents to confirm the authenticity of your job. You should start requesting for bank payment.

Also, visit Vetassess.com.au and search for architectural draftsperson and read about the assessment requirements.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by FreshBoss007: 6:41pm On Sep 08
@tunlex

You've really been wonderful with responses on this thread

Here's my info
B.Sc and M.Sc architecture
7 years work experience of which 2 years is documented while the other 5 is freelance work
Ielts score 8.0 L 8.0 R 8.0 W 7.5 S 8.5

What next?
Thanks in advance
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by toayojj: 6:47pm On Sep 08
FreshBoss007:
@tunlex

You've really been wonderful with responses on this thread

Here's my info
B.Sc and M.Sc architecture
7 years work experience of which 2 years is documented while the other 5 is freelance work
Ielts score 8.0 L 8.0 R 8.0 W 7.5 S 8.5

What next?
Thanks in advance

Hello FreshBoss007

Your profile is quite interesting. Is there no way to restate your freelance into self employment? then for your IELTS, when did you sit for the test? it would have been lovely to remark the writing to be able to claim the entire 20points!

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