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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Pearlmadeit: 10:57pm On Nov 05
That's among some of the cheapest.
ACWA charges 985, AASW is 1800.
If you get what I'm pointing out
..
afrobaby:

That is the real problem. I have never requested for my transcript before, I just requested now and was told it would take a while before it would be delivered. I am using my husband's company as the organisation so I can have a copy.

I also saw that ACS will collect $500 for the assessment, oluwa mi, that is on the high O. Anyways, waiting for my transcript first.

What do I need to get from my former employees or do I just submit my CV to ACS?

Sorry for so many questions jare
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 1:16pm On Nov 06
lisa2020:
Hello,

I have been reading through the thread for some time and still not sure how to go about the process.

My spouse and I with our 2 kids are planning to relocate, we thought of Canada initially but Canada is on the lips of everybody and hence might be highly competitive, hence Australia. We are also open to suggestions based on our unique situation. I am just lost on where and how to start and what are our chances?


Age: 40 years
English test result: Yet to be done

EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATION DETAILS

Project Management Professional 2013
Project Management Institute
Pennsylvania

Project Management for AP Moller Maersk 2012
The George Washington University, School of Business
Washington DC

Diploma in Port Management 2009
Lloyds Maritime Institute & the National Sea Training centre
Gravesend Kenta

Strategic Facilities Management and KPIs 2008
TCQ Triangle
Dubai, UAE

B.Eng (Civil Engineering) 2004
University of Ilorin, Ilorin Nigeria

Work Experience

Over 15 years of Project and Facilities management experience across various multinational organizations, holding roles such as (Senior Facilities Manager, Senior Operations Manager and Workplace Manager (West Africa)) 2007 till date

Tax and pension proof are both available





Spouse's details

Age: 40 years
English test result: Yet to be done
Educational qualification: HND Petroleum Engineering but never practiced. Never worked in a structured environment. Been into Digital Marketing since graduation
Tax and pension proof are unavailable


Thanks in advance.

For Vetassess, certifications does not really have bearings. Only Degrees are considered.
You can visit www.anzscosearch.com to check out the occupation(s) you can nominate.
You can only nominate one occupation. For example, if you nominate a facilities manager, all other experiences are operations manager will not be considered.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 1:18pm On Nov 06
jessbonz:
Hello everyone. I'm currently working here in Nigeria and I'm also doing an online program to secure an MBA degree with a school in London. I've done a lot of research online and I realized that Australia pays better than London. I don't like Canada because of the cold. I'm yet to complete my MBA program but I want to migrate to Australia and continue the program. Please what's the best way to do this. What's the easiest way to get a work visa in Australia. I've been applying online via seek.com but I haven't gotten any positive response since I don't have a Visa �. I feel the whole IELTS thing is a long process and it's not even certain that I'll get It. Please I need advice. I work in the banking industry
The earlier you start preparing for the English test, the better for you.
Getting a job from Nigeria is super unrealistic except you have specific skills which are readily not available here; not even 'banking industry'
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by JFA01: 7:59pm On Nov 06
Hello to the moderators on this platform.
Please a quick one.
I am seriously interested in the Australian immigration. During my findings I discovered Valuers to be among the occupations listed under skilled independent visa(189).
My wife is presently a senior Estate Surveyor in one of the Tertiary institutions in Nigeria.
Can she apply as a valuer? As I believe her job description could be tailored towards that.

Below are her details

Btech and Mtech Estate mgt
Registered member of NIESV
Not yet taken English test.
Over 7 years experience.

While my own details are:
BSc and MSc Economics
Over 8 years experience in health Administration.
No English test yet.

Please I will like to know if we are both to do the assessment or she should only do it?

I will like to also know how to ascertain if the Valuer occupation hasn't been over applied for, as I learnt that some occupations are already over applied for, which makes it very difficult to be selected for ITA, except the person scores far above the 65 threshold point.

Please I will need all assistance I could get here. I will be waiting for a response soonest
Thanks.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Goodies1: 8:28pm On Nov 06
Hello great minds,

I'm putting together my documents for submission for assessment. For the bank statement, please is it necessary to highlight salary payments on it before sending in?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Bodacious1: 7:22pm On Nov 07
I don't know if it is necessary, but i highlighted mine (that's just the kind of person I am).

Goodies1:
Hello great minds,

I'm putting together my documents for submission for assessment. For the bank statement, please is it necessary to highlight salary payments on it before sending in?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Goodies1: 7:56pm On Nov 07
Thank you for your response

Bodacious1:
I
don't know if it is necessary, but i highlighted mine (that's just the kind of person I am).

Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Unclesarm: 11:58pm On Nov 07
Good evening house. I am just about to start this immigration plan with my family (Australia and Canada) so I m basically new and I need your assistance. So this is my profile along with my wife
Age: 26 (both of us)
Qualification: M.Sc Economics (Me) and My wife B.Sc Economics
Work Experience: Commercial Officer (3 years and 11 months and counting )- Me
Banker (Revenue Officer) for 1 year and 1 month and counting - My wife

I calculated our points using a proficient English language score for me and competent for my wife, we got 65 points.

we need help to know whether or not we made a mistake. Pls, we are new to this. Tnx
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Akeabasi: 8:16pm On Nov 08
Hello everyone,the seniors in the house,thanks so much for all the information.please is there anyone that have nominated "art administrator/manager" as his/her occupation.thanks for your response in anticipation.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Phebe01: 8:48pm On Nov 08
Hi, Good evening.

I have been thinking of relocating for a while now and started on the process for Canada but with how the CSR is high, I am considering also applying for Australia too.

I studied Accounting and I have a 2:1 at Redeemer’s University, I also have Ican AAT and ACA. I have 5 years work experience, 2 as an accountant and 3 as a banker. Please what assessing body am I to use? And will they assess any of my professional qualifications And with all I have, can I proceed with the process Thank you.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by ednut1(m): 10:19pm On Nov 08
Phebe01:
Hi, Good evening.

I have been thinking of relocating for a while now and started on the process for Canada but with how the CSR is high, I am considering also applying for Australia too.

I studied Accounting and I have a 2:1 at Redeemer’s University, I also have Ican AAT and ACA. I have 5 years work experience, 2 as an accountant and 3 as a banker. Please what assessing body am I to use? And will they assess any of my professional qualifications And with all I have, can I proceed with the process Thank you.
you are better off facing canada. The points for accountants in Australia pr is very high. Very hard to met it from Nigeria

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Ayooze(m): 7:03am On Nov 09
Nawa o I'm just seeing discouraging comments about this Australia that I easily qualify for just because of my degree...see what Nigeria can do to you
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Experience4u(m): 8:10am On Nov 09
Canada is your best bet since you have double degree

You can as well go through anzscosearch.com to check which occupation to assess

Unclesarm:
Good evening house. I am just about to start this immigration plan with my family (Australia and Canada) so I m basically new and I need your assistance. So this is my profile along with my wife
Age: 26 (both of us)
Qualification: M.Sc Economics (Me) and My wife B.Sc Economics
Work Experience: Commercial Officer (3 years and 11 months and counting )- Me
Banker (Revenue Officer) for 1 year and 1 month and counting - My wife

I calculated our points using a proficient English language score for me and competent for my wife, we got 65 points.

we need help to know whether or not we made a mistake. Pls, we are new to this. Tnx
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by JFA01: 9:26am On Nov 09
JFA01:

Hello to the moderators on this platform.
Please a quick one.
I am seriously interested in the Australian immigration. During my findings I discovered Valuers to be among the occupations listed under skilled independent visa(189).
My wife is presently a senior Estate Surveyor in one of the Tertiary institutions in Nigeria.
Can she apply as a valuer? As I believe her job description could be tailored towards that.

Below are her details

Btech and Mtech Estate mgt
Registered member of NIESV
Not yet taken English test.
Over 7 years experience.

While my own details are:
BSc and MSc Economics
Over 8 years experience in health Administration.
No English test yet.

Please I will like to know if we are both to do the assessment or she should only do it?

I will like to also know how to ascertain if the Valuer occupation hasn't been over applied for, as I learnt that some occupations are already over applied for, which makes it very difficult to be selected for ITA, except the person scores far above the 65 threshold point.

Please I will need all assistance I could get here. I will be waiting for a response soonest
Thanks.



please I am still waiting for response to my inquiries . Thank you
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by oyetpel(m): 9:30pm On Nov 10
Ayooze:
Nawa o I'm just seeing discouraging comments about this Australia that I easily qualify for just because of my degree...see what Nigeria can do to you


I like how they are discouraging.

For me, it spurs me.


But it's necessary to sound pessimistic cos some might get to Aussie and get depressed or dissapointed if they have high hopes that things will be easy there.

I still naija tho.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by afrobaby(f): 10:14pm On Nov 10
Pearlmadeit:
That's among some of the cheapest.
ACWA charges 985, AASW is 1800.
If you get what I'm pointing out
..

Wow. Say no More
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by toayojj: 9:43pm On Nov 12
JFA01:
please I am still waiting for response to my inquiries . Thank you

Hello JFA01

Your wife may go ahead and apply for the Valuer occupation. It isn't saturated at all, like the Accountant occupation. In fact, she may apply for Valuer or Land Economist, as they have exactly the same requirements. For her assessment, she should go with the qualification that will not hamper her experience (unless if there was no gap btw her Btech & Mtech).

Also note that we have two categories of institutions:
Tier 1 Schools (Unilag, OAU, FUTA & Uni of Ibadan - a four year course will suffice)
Tier 2 Schools (Others - with a 5 year or more course).

I believe Estate Management is a 5year course, so she is good to go anyways.

As for you, you will only be required to do the English Test to give her an additional 5points.

All the best!

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by JFA01: 1:53pm On Nov 13
toayojj:


Hello JFA01

Your wife may go ahead and apply for the Valuer occupation. It isn't saturated at all, like the Accountant occupation. In fact, she may apply for Valuer or Land Economist, as they have exactly the same requirements. For her assessment, she should go with the qualification that will not hamper her experience (unless if there was no gap btw her Btech & Mtech).

Also note that we have two categories of institutions:
Tier 1 Schools (Unilag, OAU, FUTA & Uni of Ibadan - a four year course will suffice)
Tier 2 Schools (Others - with a 5 year or more course).

I believe Estate Management is a 5year course, so she is good to go anyways.

As for you, you will only be required to do the English Test to give her an additional 5points.

All the best!
Thank you so much, I appreciate
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Damoy: 2:32pm On Nov 13
Good Afternoon boss. I'm also thinking of Australia PR. I'm a pharmacist with almost 4years working experience and a CLB 9 in IELTS. What is my chances of securing a PR . ex
ednut1:
you are better off facing canada. The points for accountants in Australia pr is very high. Very hard to met it from Nigeria
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by jabberjawz: 3:04pm On Nov 13
Hello all, apologies if my question has been previously treated.....I have just a simple question....VETTASSES is requesting for statement of service as part of the documents to be uploaded for assessment...... in simple terms....is this a reference letter written from my organization on my behalf? & How do I address it...."To Whom it may Concern"?


Thanks for your kind support with this.... smiley
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by toayojj: 5:02pm On Nov 13
jabberjawz:
Hello all, apologies if my question has been previously treated.....I have just a simple question....VETTASSES is requesting for statement of service as part of the documents to be uploaded for assessment...... in simple terms....is this a reference letter written from my organization on my behalf? & How do I address it...."To Whom it may Concern"?


Thanks for your kind support with this.... smiley

You are spot on. But it is better to write this letter yourself, so you can be detailed enough to cover your relevant experience. Then, you give whoever is to sign on behalf of the Organisation.

Yes - ‘To whom it may concern’ will do.

All the best!
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by jabberjawz: 5:39pm On Nov 13
toayojj:


You are spot on. But it is better to write this letter yourself, so you can be detailed enough to cover your relevant experience. Then, you give whoever is to sign on behalf of the Organisation.

Yes - ‘To whom it may concern’ will do.

All the best!


Thanks Boss.....much appreciated wink smiley
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by StarMonkey: 12:42pm On Nov 15
Thanks to all the gurus and everyone for the comments.

Time for me to bow out.

My occupation (Management Consultant) is skill level 1 but I didn't attend any of the 4 Tier 1 Universities in Nigeria and my course is 4 years.

Sad sha
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Akeabasi: 9:17pm On Nov 15
Hello everyone in the house, please can someone help me out with this one.i went to ANZSCO SEARCH and search through the backlog of ART ADMINISTRATOR/MANAGER and notice that less than 20 people have shown interest in the past 3months in 189,state and regional.my question is,is it that people don't have interest for this occupation or one rarely get ITA in this occupation.i am concerned because that's the occupation that matches my skills.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by toayojj: 9:49pm On Nov 15
Akeabasi:
Hello everyone in the house, please can someone help me out with this one.i went to ANZSCO SEARCH and search through the backlog of ART ADMINISTRATOR/MANAGER and notice that less than 20 people have shown interest in the past 3months in 189,state and regional.my question is,is it that people don't have interest for this occupation or one rarely get ITA in this occupation.i am concerned because that's the occupation that matches my skills.

Hi Akeabasi

See it as an occupation that rarely find peeps' qualification & experience match. So, go ahead and take charge!

All the best!
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Akeabasi: 9:57pm On Nov 15
Hi toayojj, thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Ojolfc(m): 3:16pm On Nov 16
Good day to you all...
I want to try this Aussie PR

Age- 33
Degree- Bsc Acounting (2017)
Uni- National Open University (NOUN)
Work Experience- Cashier (2017 to date) 3years+
Pension & payslip are available
Status-Married
IELTS- Yet to write

Wife
Age 28
Degree Bsc Acounting (2019)
Schl- National Open University
IELTs- Yet to write
Wrk Exprnce- Business

What are our chances. Looking forward my seniors suggestion on this Aussie PR. Thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by abham: 1:24am On Nov 17
Hello, I have interest in applying for the Aussie PR but I just got my documents from school and yet to serve. My field of study “maritime” might really be essential at the moment but I once checked on the 494. Is there any other visa means or I should get some work experience in my field of study before planning for the PR, I await your response.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Prisval10: 8:19pm On Nov 17
Hello everyone, my respect goes to the brain behind this wonderful thread Hon. Bellong, @tunlex for your selfless service. I have been following this thread for over a year now and need some clarifications on the following questions. Firstly, as a practicing Medical Laboratory Scientist for over seven years now, if am to assess my qualification as a Scientist but get approved as a Technician with no intention of writing the professional exam, can I still get my 15 points for my degree. Secondly, it is written boldly at AIMS website not to summit pay slips, bank statement and tax document, how can they ascertain my years of experience without the aforementioned. Please @Experience4u your input will be highly appreciated. Thanks.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 11:45pm On Nov 17
Ojolfc:
Good day to you all...
I want to try this Aussie PR

Age- 33
Degree- Bsc Acounting (2017)
Uni- National Open University (NOUN)
Work Experience- Cashier (2017 to date) 3years+
Pension & payslip are available
Status-Married
IELTS- Yet to write

Wife
Age 28
Degree Bsc Acounting (2019)
Schl- National Open University
IELTs- Yet to write
Wrk Exprnce- Business

What are our chances. Looking forward my seniors suggestion on this Aussie PR. Thanks
Cashier is not on the occupation list.
Accountant is also a no-go area because the onshore list of applicant is a long one.

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