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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Informanta: 10:55pm On Oct 07
Okonowele8:
You are not answering the questions but picky and asking me more questions.

I do not know how you will scale through assessment without payslips,bank statement showing your salaries for the number of years claimed, tax clearance or pension.

Sir no vex, I just explained to you, it's not everyone that works in Nigeria that has a pay slip, if you have any advice based on how to go about it pls let me know. Gracious
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Okonowele8(m): 8:23am On Oct 08
Informanta:


Sir no vex, I just explained to you, it's not everyone that works in Nigeria that has a pay slip, if you have any advice based on how to go about it pls let me know. Gracious
well you can design payslips and also get tax clearance certificate if you live in lagos or Abuja. I don't know about other states.

In lagos your employer can assist you to get TCC and if u live in Abuja you can get it yourselve.

Note that you cannot get a positive assessment with EA without third party evidence like pension, TCC or bank statement showing your salaries in the account either of the above must suffice.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by annex1: 9:04am On Oct 08
My people.
Yesterday was exactly two years I submitted my EOI. It just got expired and deleted smiley

Anyways I thank all you guys that have been advising and guiding by contributing (Bellong, Alphadoor and my G Tunlex amongst others) God bless you all.

And to others still in this race, perseverance and resilience is all you need. Godspeed smiley

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by metrecube(m): 10:53pm On Oct 08
Good day my ogas on this thread. Pls I have my occupation (project builder) renewed in April when it expired after 3 years of no invitation. With the current trend I'm only praying for more state to start sponsoring it as the pandemic gets reduced. But I'm thinking to assess another occupation wc is bricklayer by adjusting my jd. I have a BSc in building from oau. Is the degree not too high to use for bricklayer?. I dont want TRA to bounce me. Also I want to know if assessing bodies share informations. Would TRA knows that I have positive assessment from vetassess? Pls I want to be cleared about this as bricklayer might give me a quick invitation. Thanks.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 11:01pm On Oct 08
annex1:
My people.
Yesterday was exactly two years I submitted my EOI. It just got expired and deleted smiley

Anyways I thank all you guys that have been advising and guiding by contributing (Bellong, Alphadoor and my G Tunlex amongst others) God bless you all.

And to others still in this race, perseverance and resilience is all you need. Godspeed smiley

What is your occupation? How many points do you have?

Do you know that you can create another EOI?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 11:03pm On Oct 08
metrecube:
Good day my ogas on this thread. Pls I have my occupation (project builder) renewed in April when it expired after 3 years of no invitation. With the current trend I'm only praying for more state to start sponsoring it as the pandemic gets reduced. But I'm thinking to assess another occupation wc is bricklayer by adjusting my jd. I have a BSc in building from oau. Is the degree not too high to use for bricklayer?. I dont want TRA to bounce me. Also I want to know if assessing bodies share informations. Would TRA knows that I have positive assessment from vetassess? Pls I want to be cleared about this as bricklayer might give me a quick invitation. Thanks.

TRA will have no issue with higher qualification as long as you can demonstrate that your JD fits into your nominated occupation.

No, assessing bodies don't have agreement to share information. The money is important to all of them.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by metrecube(m): 3:53am On Oct 09
bellong:


TRA will have no issue with higher qualification as long as you can demonstrate that your JD fits into your nominated occupation.

No, assessing bodies don't have agreement to share information. The money is important to all of them.
Thanks bellong. God bless you.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by lowsugar: 10:47am On Oct 09
I'm 37 years old, worked for 13 years as an Administrative officer with a federal institution, got my degree in Primary education in 2020 from NOUN with no experience in teaching except my one year teaching practice. divorced with a daughter. What are my chances or should I go through study route ( masters)?.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Experience4u(m): 12:38pm On Oct 09
If you had assessed as a bricklayer, you should have been a PR by now but it is still not too late.
Dust your degree certificate and transcript and apply to TRA.
Make sure your JD aligns 80% of Bricklayer.
Include your payslips, bank statement highlighting your salary, and make sure your manager or lines manager signs your form.


metrecube:
Good day my ogas on this thread. Pls I have my occupation (project builder) renewed in April when it expired after 3 years of no invitation. With the current trend I'm only praying for more state to start sponsoring it as the pandemic gets reduced. But I'm thinking to assess another occupation wc is bricklayer by adjusting my jd. I have a BSc in building from oau. Is the degree not too high to use for bricklayer?. I dont want TRA to bounce me. Also I want to know if assessing bodies share informations. Would TRA knows that I have positive assessment from vetassess? P,ls I want to be cleared about this as bricklayer might give me a quick invitation. Thanks.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by metrecube(m): 1:04pm On Oct 09
Experience4u:
If you had assessed as a bricklayer, you should have been a PR by now but it is still not too late.
Dust your degree certificate and transcript and apply to TRA.
Make sure your JD aligns 80% of Bricklayer.
Include your payslips, bank statement highlighting your salary, and make sure your manager or lines manager signs your form.


Yes. You are right. Project builder was on all the lists then and like 4 states were sponsoring it but what do I do with unstable immigration policies. My assessment and ielts expired, I have to do another English test now and put it in for TRA.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by gunzziethefirst: 11:00pm On Oct 09
Please I need guidance on starting this journey. I studied human Resource management for my B.SC but I have been doing banking for 9 years. How do I go Start the immigration process please.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Codedboy95(m): 3:20am On Oct 10
Hello guys, I just stumbled on this thread, I have been reading and I have some questions, I studied animal production and health services but I don't any work experience in this field ( I'm actually a software developer). On the job list I found "meat inspector" (which I feel is closely related to my course of study) for visa category 190, 491. Is there any possibility I get a positive skill assessment from VETASSESS even without work experience?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by lma4real(m): 3:10pm On Oct 10
@ Oga Bellong and others...I was filling my form tra form as apprehentice dressmaker...there was a part asking for qualification...Although i have trade test; this was not the qualification from my boss...so im kind of confuse...As an apprentice, no qualification is given after graduation except certificate...please help a brother out...thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Calabar1stSon: 4:24pm On Oct 10
Me I want to learn how to drive caterpillar and crane, hope this isn't a bad idea?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Santos07: 4:34pm On Oct 10
Calabar1stSon:
Me I want to learn how to drive caterpillar and crane, hope this isn't a bad idea?
bro were are you going to learn this? I'm interested
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Calabar1stSon: 4:39pm On Oct 10
Santos07:
bro were are you going to learn this? I'm interested
I just did a quick search on Google and found a contact claiming his office is at Ajah, Lagos.

Called him to enquire how much and was told the program runs for a duration of 2months and would cost me 245k. Expensive mehn! shocked

I don't live in Lagos either!
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Santos07: 4:47pm On Oct 10
Calabar1stSon:
I just did a quick search on Google and found a contact claiming his office is at Ajah, Lagos.

Called him to enquire how much and was told the program runs for a duration of 2months and would cost me 245k. Expensive mehn! shocked

I don't live in Lagos either!
wow that's expensive and I don't live in Lagos.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Calabar1stSon: 4:52pm On Oct 10
Santos07:
wow that's expensive and I don't live in Lagos.
Though I knew it be would expensive. This Buhari season isn't financially friendly!

Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Santos07: 5:01pm On Oct 10
Calabar1stSon:
Though I knew it be would expensive. This Buhari season isn't financially friendly!
grin
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by metrecube(m): 9:51pm On Oct 10
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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 5:10am On Oct 11
lowsugar:
I'm 37 years old, worked for 13 years as an Administrative officer with a federal institution, got my degree in Primary education in 2020 from NOUN with no experience in teaching except my one year teaching practice. divorced with a daughter. What are my chances or should I go through study route ( masters)?.
First, Admin role is not on the list.
With your primary education degree, you can check AITSL website for the requirements for assessing as a Primary school teacher. One of it is IELTS Academic with 7.0 in Reading and writing and 8.0 in Speaking and Listening. Others include a 45 day teaching practice in a primary school.

You stand a good chance if you are able to get a positive assessment from AITSL
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 5:17am On Oct 11
gunzziethefirst:
Please I need guidance on starting this journey. I studied human Resource management for my B.SC but I have been doing banking for 9 years. How do I go Start the immigration process please.
What is/are your job title(s) in the banking industry?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 5:20am On Oct 11
Codedboy95:
Hello guys, I just stumbled on this thread, I have been reading and I have some questions, I studied animal production and health services but I don't any work experience in this field ( I'm actually a software developer). On the job list I found "meat inspector" (which I feel is closely related to my course of study) for visa category 190, 491. Is there any possibility I get a positive skill assessment from VETASSESS even without work experience?

We are obviously not Vetassess assessor here but can only give a guide. Vetassess requires at least 1 year paid work experience with evidence in the occupation you are nominating before a positive assessment can be given. Your Animal production degree should be related.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 5:21am On Oct 11
lma4real:
@ Oga Bellong and others...I was filling my form tra form as apprehentice dressmaker...there was a part asking for qualification...Although i have trade test; this was not the qualification from my boss...so im kind of confuse...As an apprentice, no qualification is given after graduation except certificate...please help a brother out...thanks
Add apprentice certificate as well as the trade test certificates
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by lma4real(m): 6:04am On Oct 11
@ Oga tumlex01, thanks for your prompt response
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by lma4real(m): 7:57am On Oct 11
@ Bellong and Tunlex , please i need clarification on some things in the filling of tra online form as an apprentice...
There is a section : Add Apprentice where the name of employer, date apprenticeship commenced, date apprenticeship completed, qualification obtained and Date of Award are required.
Another section: Add qualification where Qualification Obtained, Date of award, Name of Institution, Name of issuing Authority(e.g Ministry or technical board)...Date training commence, date training completed are required
My questions are:
1.Trade test being the qualification Obtained and ministry of Labour and employment being the issuing authority, will the name of institution be the the organisation that one did the training from or what
2.for add qualification section, will the date training commenced and completed be that of trade test or that of apprentice...reason for asking this is that trade test cert from ministry is not a traning on its own but just a test to certify your competency on the trade you have already been trained on elsewhere but it still span over 3years(meaning you can do a test in a year)
Thanks in advance
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by babajava: 12:03am On Oct 12
Kudos to everyone....

Just got a positive assessment from VETASSESS for Fleet Manager after I was assessed negatively for Transport Company manager last year. Adupe f'olorun.

Now wifey wants to get assessed by TRA for ICT Customer Support Officer:

She has 6yrs working experience as an ICT support officer
BSc computer science - unilag

The challenge - she had an extra year but has transcript for just 4yrs, as unilag stopped issuing transcript to students in an spill-over year. Can she use the 4-year transcript? As TRA doesn't gets transcripts from the institution.

She'll be the primary applicant if all goes well... Cos Fleet Manager isn't on 190/491.
I'll appreciate any advice to utilise my own positive assessment.
Thanks

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by JayMaine: 4:03pm On Oct 12
bellong:


Your occupation (Television journalist) is a Skill level 1 class B occupation. This means a Bachelor degree equivalent to AQF is a must. From experience, qualifications from ABU have been assessed to be equivalent to a Diploma. This will likely give you a negative assessment. You can make an enquiry with VETASSES for clarification.

Meanwhile, the other hurdle to cross is that only ACT specifically has it on their occupation list. Other states have it under special conditions. You will have to go through the states' website for more information.

You can choose many occupations but the hurdle is they are all Skill level 1 and not many states sponsor them.

I sincerely appreciate you taking the time to respond to this. I have seen positive feedback here though. Even spoke with one from here today. @Justus86; ABU Quantity Survey grad.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Tochie2o19: 8:41am On Oct 13
Good morning everyone, please I want to know if there is any chance for technicians like us. I am a plumber and I have been looking for an opportunity to travel outside for some years now but have not gotten any good one up till now. Pls the experienced ones in the house, I want to know if I stand any chance here. Thanks in advance.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Okonowele8(m): 8:49am On Oct 13
Tochie2o19:
Good morning everyone, please I want to know if there is any chance for technicians like us. I am a plumber and I have been looking for an opportunity to travel outside for some years now but have not gotten any good one up till now. Pls the experienced ones in the house, I want to know if I stand any chance here. Thanks in advance.

You can provide your details for further review.
Age
English test result
Educational qualifications with dates awarded
Awarding University(ies)
Course of study
Job title(s)
Years of experience
If you are married, provide your spouse's details in the same order as above
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by babajava: 11:36am On Oct 13
@tunlex, @bellong & other gurus: pls respond to the extra year issue I asked in my earlier post: cos all efforts get the comprehensive transcript (including the extra year) keeps hitting a brick wall.

I also think with my Fleet manager positive assessment, I can't apply for 190/491 so thinking of doing another assessment as Transport coy manager to boost my chances...

Does it mean that if wife's assessment comes out positive for ICT customer support officer, and she being the PA, my own assessment ( Fleet Manager) is enough?

Just trying to get everything ready
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 9:44pm On Oct 13
babajava:
Kudos to everyone....

Just got a positive assessment from VETASSESS for Fleet Manager after I was assessed negatively for Transport Company manager last year. Adupe f'olorun.

Now wifey wants to get assessed by TRA for ICT Customer Support Officer:

She has 6yrs working experience as an ICT support officer
BSc computer science - unilag

The challenge - she had an extra year but has transcript for just 4yrs, as unilag stopped issuing transcript to students in an spill-over year. Can she use the 4-year transcript? As TRA doesn't gets transcripts from the institution.

She'll be the primary applicant if all goes well... Cos Fleet Manager isn't on 190/491.
I'll appreciate any advice to utilise my own positive assessment.
Thanks

Congratulations on your positive assessment but I was wondering why you assessed for that Occupation in this first place as it's not available for 189, 190 or 491

She can upload the 4 year transcript she has and her certificate. TRA will verify with the university.

I don't think there is any way your FM result can be used for the skilled migration.

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