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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by FreshBoss007: 6:58pm On Sep 08
toayojj:


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!

By freelance, I worked with other persons within that time frame but if self employment would increase my chances, then better

Asking for a remark seems dicey, cause it could reduce my scores since I assume they would be more strict but I'm 29 years at the moment, so I assume age would supplement that deficit

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Lauyi: 5:41am On Sep 09
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

Wow, this is great,
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Lauyi: 5:51am On Sep 09
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
Wow!
My wife got a positive assessment with Vetasses as architectural draftperson, thanks to Tunlex, Bellong, Abbey and other gurus in the house

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by FreshBoss007: 7:35am On Sep 09
Lauyi:

Wow!
My wife got a positive assessment with Vetasses as architectural draftperson, thanks to Tunlex, Bellong, Abbey and other gurus in the house
Congrats bro
Any into in the documents needed
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by toayojj: 9:02am On Sep 09
FreshBoss007:


By freelance, I worked with other persons within that time frame but if self employment would increase my chances, then better

Asking for a remark seems dicey, cause it could reduce my scores since I assume they would be more strict but I'm 29 years at the moment, so I assume age would supplement that deficit

Okay then. But to correct you, if you ask for a remark, your scores either remains unchanged or increases (if it changes) and you even get a refund if your score changes. Also, they only focus on the aspect you request for a remark.

Our Nigerian University system has really done a lot of damage to our rights and mindset! In this process, one thing I developed is - asking a lot of questions [even from my assessing body on their preference(s)], so that I don't keep assuming.

that being said, all the best in your pursuit.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 12:02pm On Sep 09
FreshBoss007:


By freelance, I worked with other persons within that time frame but if self employment would increase my chances, then better

Asking for a remark seems dicey, cause it could reduce my scores since I assume they would be more strict but I'm 29 years at the moment, so I assume age would supplement that deficit

Like @toayojj advised, go for a remark if your result is still recent. Score do not reduce, it's either it increases or remain unchanged. Reduction will mean IELTS did a shoddy job in the first place which they won't make mistake to admit.

Your best option is assessing as Architectural draftsperson.
If you are able to claim self employed for those 5 years, then good on you mate.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Lauyi: 7:07pm On Sep 09
FreshBoss007:

Congrats bro
Any into in the documents needed

Documents needed are
employment letter
statement of services
payment slip
your school will send confirmation of result and transcript to Vetasses directly
additional documents that were requested by Vetasses are
company's registration documents
extensive description of atleast 3 project carried out with my wife company that carries her name, the company's name, stamp or seal of the company, she gave 5 detail architectural design of 5 different project with pictures and description of each stage of the project
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by DoDirtsLikeWorm(m): 4:29am On Sep 11
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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by boye14: 11:27am On Sep 11
Wow, good result. please how did you go about maxing this high English scores? Did you take tutorials? if yes, where?



Hello All,
What should be my next steps?

I have IELTS 8.5 overall, and at least 8 in all modules.
A BA and MA in Communications and Language Arts
10 years work experience as a Communication and PR Officer.

36 years old and married.

What program may I apply for, and and what are my chances of being selected?

Thank you all[/quote]
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by DoDirtsLikeWorm(m): 12:41pm On Sep 11
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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by DEINDIK(m): 10:46am On Sep 12
bellong:
I have updated the front page information to include points calculation for the new Visa 491.

Hi Bellong. Must commend the awesome work you have been doing here.

Has anyone here done assessment with Vetassess as a Management Consultant? I’m currently putting paperwork together for assessment but would love to chat with someone who has done this before. I have been following the chats but can’t find any info on Management Consultants. Would be glad to share ideas with anyone, please.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 4:01pm On Sep 12
DEINDIK:


Hi Bellong. Must commend the awesome work you have been doing here.

Has anyone here done assessment with Vetassess as a Management Consultant? I’m currently putting paperwork together for assessment but would love to chat with someone who has done this before. I have been following the chats but can’t find any info on Management Consultants. Would be glad to share ideas with anyone, please.

I have not seen any except for few Indians. If you have put together your documents with a convincing reference letter showing job descriptions of a MC, then you should be fine.
What's your educational qualifications?

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Olakunlemi080: 6:28pm On Sep 12
Good day everyone am Olakunle have been following this trend I have degree in education and history and international general certificate in occupational health and safety (Nabosh) ,am 31yr, single,working in Dubai as assistant safety officer. Am planning to relocate to Australia.
Please which categoy did I fall in and wat is my chances of been nominated


I we appreciate if anyone can enlighten me
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Vincentosa: 11:45pm On Sep 12
Profile
Education: B. Tech Computer Science
Work experience: 6yrs 6months
Occupation: System Analyst
Age: 36
English Test: PTE-S: 83, L-77, R-75, W-87
Desire Occupation: ICT Customer Support Officer or Hardware Technician

Spouse:
Age: 28
Education: B.A Masscomm.
Work experience: 2yrs
English test: ielts
S-7.5, R- 7.5, L-8.0, W-8.5

Your advice is needed to proceed pls...
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by DEINDIK(m): 1:29am On Sep 13
tunlex01:


I have not seen any except for few Indians. If you have put together your documents with a convincing reference letter showing job descriptions of a MC, then you should be fine.
What's your educational qualifications?

Thank you for responding.
I have a Master of Business Administration in Oil and Gas Management and I’ve done a bit of consulting in this area. I’m just curious as to why MC has a high occupation ceiling each year yet less than 10 percent ITA is issued. Could it be that Vetassess is tough with their scrutiny or we don’t have a lot of Management Consultants interested in applying? In any case I’ll give it a shot soon.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by ajayidebo: 7:21am On Sep 13
Vetassess scrutiny is across board for all occupations. Most likely not a lot of applicants.


DEINDIK:


Thank you for responding.
I have a Master of Business Administration in Oil and Gas Management and I’ve done a bit of consulting in this area. I’m just curious as to why MC has a high occupation ceiling each year yet less than 10 percent ITA is issued. Could it be that Vetassess is tough with their scrutiny or we don’t have a lot of Management Consultants interested in applying? In any case I’ll give it a shot soon.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 8:18am On Sep 13
DEINDIK:


Thank you for responding.
I have a Master of Business Administration in Oil and Gas Management and I’ve done a bit of consulting in this area. I’m just curious as to why MC has a high occupation ceiling each year yet less than 10 percent ITA is issued. Could it be that Vetassess is tough with their scrutiny or we don’t have a lot of Management Consultants interested in applying? In any case I’ll give it a shot soon.
Okay. Your year of graduation will also determine the number of years that will be approved by Vetassess.
Occupation ceiling also applies to 189 only which has been scarce. Most may have gone for 190 or 489 or the new 491.
Also Vetassess is fussy when it comes to job descriptions.
Good luck

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 4:46pm On Sep 15
Olakunlemi080:
Good day everyone am Olakunle have been following this trend I have degree in education and history and international general certificate in occupational health and safety (Nabosh) ,am 31yr, single,working in Dubai as assistant safety officer. Am planning to relocate to Australia.
Please which categoy did I fall in and wat is my chances of been nominated


I we appreciate if anyone can enlighten me

Even though you don't have the required qualification, which university awarded your degree?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 4:50pm On Sep 15
Vincentosa:
Profile
Education: B. Tech Computer Science
Work experience: 6yrs 6months
Occupation: System Analyst
Age: 36
English Test: PTE-S: 83, L-77, R-75, W-87
Desire Occupation: ICT Customer Support Officer or Hardware Technician

Spouse:
Age: 28
Education: B.A Masscomm.
Work experience: 2yrs
English test: ielts
S-7.5, R- 7.5, L-8.0, W-8.5

Your advice is needed to proceed pls...
Visit TRA website to get the assessment process for your occupation. Either of the two occupations will fit in. Your employment documents needs to align to any of the occupations you select.
You have a good profile already
Age 25
Exp 10
Edu 15
Eng 10
Spouse: 5
Total: 65
65 without state nomination points is still good.

You can also still make that 20 points in English; you are very close
Do you have payslips for the entire years?
Do you have pension or tax statement?

You only stated your spouse's years of experience and not the experience.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Vincentosa: 10:42pm On Sep 15
tunlex01:

Visit TRA website to get the assessment process for your occupation. Either of the two occupations will fit in. Your employment documents needs to align to any of the occupations you select.
You have a good profile already
Age 25
Exp 10
Edu 15
Eng 10
Spouse: 5
Total: 65
65 without state nomination points is still good.

You can also still make that 20 points in English; you are very close
Do you have payslips for the entire years?
Do you have pension or tax statement?

You only stated your spouse's years of experience and not the experience.


Thank you very much for the time taken to analyse my profile.
We do not intend to do assessment for my spouse.
Yes I have all documents required for assessment. I have pension, tax, payslips and bank statements for all the employment for the 6yrs 6months.
I checked the TRA website. Says 1k Aud. When I calculated using todays rate it was around N272k. I am gathering the money and other documents. Thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by JBoy9(m): 8:23am On Sep 16
Good day guys. I have gone through the thread and I can say it feels like a family here. Great jobs and kudos to all the contributors and ogas in the house. Pls kindly help me dissect my case to enable me know my chances.

Profile
B.Sc Accounting

Work experience: 2004 - 2013
Occupation: Banking (Ecobank, Zenith & GTB). Resigned in 2013. Registered a company into oil and gas

Age: 40

Marrital Status: Married

Spouse age 37. B.sc Chemistry

2 kids: 1st born was born in the US, 2nd in Nigeria

Pls help me o. Someone suggested we go through the route of my wife applying for study (Nursing) visa
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 10:37am On Sep 16
JBoy9:
Good day guys. I have gone through the thread and I can say it feels like a family here. Great jobs and kudos to all the contributors and ogas in the house. Pls kindly help me dissect my case to enable me know my chances.

Profile
B.Sc Accounting

Work experience: 2004 - 2013
Occupation: Banking (Ecobank, Zenith & GTB). Resigned in 2013. Registered a company into oil and gas

Age: 40

Marrital Status: Married

Spouse age 37. B.sc Chemistry

2 kids: 1st born was born in the US, 2nd in Nigeria

Pls help me o. Someone suggested we go through the route of my wife applying for study (Nursing) visa

Hello,

For us to help further, you may need to be specific. Banking is more of an industry than an occupation..what was your specific role in those banks?
Also you did not state the awarding universities for yourself and spouse as well as your spouse's experience
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by JBoy9(m): 1:32pm On Sep 16
tunlex01:


Hello,

For us to help further, you may need to be specific. Banking is more of an industry than an occupation..what was your specific role in those banks?
Also you did not state the awarding universities for yourself and spouse as well as your spouse's experience


Thanks boss

Worked as Marketing, Loans and Credit Officer in the banks.

Wife has not really worked in any formal setting. She's into business (children items and apparels)

Graduated from UNAD and wife from UNILORIN
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Bobbyluv8: 8:22pm On Sep 16
Hello. Is there any word on when the vfs will open for biometrics collection again?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Lauyi: 7:39am On Sep 17
Good morning ogas in the house and all
Please I want to know how to go about this scenario, when I first did my passport, Nig immigration made mistake by using my surname as my first name and vice versa, I wrote IELTS with my surname as my first name and vice versa but presently I have corrected the mistake in my new passport, pls can I use that IELTS result with my surname as my first name and my first name as my surname?

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bligs: 7:51am On Sep 17
Last financial year immigration program outcome.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Experience4u(m): 10:53pm On Sep 17
Swear affidavit of one and the same.

Lauyi:
Good morning ogas in the house and all
Please I want to know how to go about this scenario, when I first did my passport, Nig immigration made mistake by using my surname as my first name and vice versa, I wrote IELTS with my surname as my first name and vice versa but presently I have corrected the mistake in my new passport, pls can I use that IELTS result with my surname as my first name and my first name as my surname?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Lauyi: 2:23am On Sep 18
Experience4u:
Swear affidavit of one and the same.


Thank you
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by MeinKampf: 9:20am On Sep 18
Hello house. Please I need someone travelling to Sydney soonest as my brother couldn't get his Nigerian Driver's licence when he came but the thing is ready now. I'll be glad if there's anyone who's travelling soon that can help me deliver this. Thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Glowing1: 10:46am On Sep 18
Pls, all I am still contemplating between Canada express entry and that of Australia. I'm really confused about which to embark on as a Nigerian whose intention is strictly hustled. Pls, all share some reason why u prefer Australia to canada.. Despite d numbers of snakes there.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Bnimz(m): 5:59pm On Sep 18
Glowing1:
Despite d numbers of snakes there.
3 years and counting... I've never seen a snake.... But I saw several snakes when I was in Nigeria.

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