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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 11:46pm On Nov 17
abham:
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.
You will need at least one year experience if your occupation is on the list. What's your ANZSCO code?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Experience4u(m): 3:36pm On Nov 18
1. If you assess as MLS you will be given MLT 311213. You can claim 15 points for degree.

2. AIMS does not take cognizance of payment details, you will have to provide your payment documentation to DHA when you are invited to apply for Visa

I hope that answers your questions

Prisval10:
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 abham: 6:21pm On Nov 18
tunlex01:

You will need at least one year experience if your occupation is on the list. What's your ANZSCO code?
I searched through and came up with this ANZSCO 231214: Ship's Officer
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 9:34pm On Nov 18
abham:

I searched through and came up with this ANZSCO 231214: Ship's Officer
this occupation is only available for 494 and 187 employer sponsored visa.
If it's not available for 190, 189 or 491, I dont put mouth. Also, I haven't seen anyone assess with AMSA before.
Good luck bro
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by hemmy1843(m): 11:44pm On Nov 18
I'm new in here, please where do I start info gathering from. I'll love to be helped.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by AnaCheks(m): 11:47pm On Nov 18
Please under which skill occupation does BSc in Public Health fall in? I've been searching o saw only Primary Health
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bligs: 12:43am On Nov 19
AnaCheks:
Please under which skill occupation does BSc in Public Health fall in? I've been searching o saw only Primary Health
Public Health is not on Skilled occupation list.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by mamajaz(f): 1:38am On Nov 19
AnaCheks:
Please under which skill occupation does BSc in Public Health fall in? I've been searching o saw only Primary Health

Go check if health promotion officer and welfare centre managers are still existing.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by abham: 7:17am On Nov 19
tunlex01:

this occupation is only available for 494 and 187 employer sponsored visa.
If it's not available for 190, 189 or 491, I dont put mouth. Also, I haven't seen anyone assess with AMSA before.
Good luck bro
I appreciate, I just had my B.Sc in Nautical Science from The Regional Maritime University Accra Ghana and that is the only field of study related to me. Is there any one you can advice on?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by BestofGod: 7:39am On Nov 19
Wonderful job you are doing here.
Please kindly help look at this:

Is it compulsory to assess both bachelors degree and masters degree or I can assess only my masters degree on VETASSESS?

I have M.Sc in epidemiology and medical statistics from the University of Ibadan (2yrs).
Epidemiologist occupation falls under 224113(statistician) with a year working experience as an epidemiologist but my bachelors degree is in anatomy.
I am looking to assess only my masters degree in VETASSESS, please is this possible to get a positive outcome? Thanks.
@tunlex01, @bellong and others

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by BoldassBadasser(m): 10:40am On Nov 19
Yesterday I made a comment and I was banned for 24 hrs I still don't know why. I'm a newbie on nairaland. Can someone please explain what possibly I might done wrong to warrant such hostility and how best to avoid a repeat

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by BoldassBadasser(m): 10:44am On Nov 19
Ok how to get into Australia legally through a working visa brought me here and I a newbie to this whole visa process of a thing. I have went through some of the comments on this thread and I must say I'm really grateful and inspired by the immensed wonderful job you guys are doing. Thank you all for doing this for the hoods. I truly appreciate.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by BoldassBadasser(m): 10:53am On Nov 19
Please I am graduate of philosophy University of Benin graduated since 2015 currently working with a government health parrastatal , A Hospital management board to be precise in one of the states in the country as an administrative officer2, my employment is dated back since 25 November 2018 and having gone through the list I can't seems to find my career pathway as an administrative officer and also my course of study philosophy seems not be any relevance to the list as well.

But I have a skill in bricklaying and I want to utilize it to enroll under the anzsco TRA subvisa and I need to know how to start in details please.
I need your assistance please all voice will be appreciated thanks once more
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by babajava: 10:54am On Nov 19
tunlex01:

Transport company manager requires you to be managing a transport company not managing fleet of cars.

If TRA Assessment is positive your assessment as fleet manager does not have any bearing as it's not on the 3 main Occupation list. She also cannot claim assessment points from you

Just recently re-assessed as Transport company manager and it came out positive.
Now waiting for wifey's assessment outcome, most definitely using her as the PA.

But does it mean that any job I wish to apply for must be centered around a managerial role ( I love the salaries attached to them) due to my assessment outcome, cos I wish to continue in the transport & logistics sector & I'd like to know the region where its demand is high having in mind wifey's job too. Slowly but surely. E go end well In sha Allah
@tunlex, @bellong
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Prisval10: 4:07pm On Nov 19
Thanks Bro
1. If you assess as MLS you will be given MLT 311213. You can claim 15 points for degree.

2. AIMS does not take cognizance of payment details, you will have to provide your payment documentation to DHA when you are invited to apply for Visa

I hope that answers your questions

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by djo120920: 1:37am On Nov 20
Hello All

Please What should be my next steps?

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


36 years old and married. 3 kids.

What program may I apply for, and and what are my chances of being selected? What should please be my next steps?

Thank you all
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 9:02am On Nov 20
abham:

I appreciate, I just had my B.Sc in Nautical Science from The Regional Maritime University Accra Ghana and that is the only field of study related to me. Is there any one you can advice on?
None at this time
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 9:05am On Nov 20
BestofGod:
Wonderful job you are doing here.
Please kindly help look at this:

Is it compulsory to assess both bachelors degree and masters degree or I can assess only my masters degree on VETASSESS?

I have M.Sc in epidemiology and medical statistics from the University of Ibadan (2yrs).
Epidemiologist occupation falls under 224113(statistician) with a year working experience as an epidemiologist but my bachelors degree is in anatomy.
I am looking to assess only my masters degree in VETASSESS, please is this possible to get a positive outcome? Thanks.
@tunlex01, @bellong and others
Yes, you will need to send both transcripts
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 9:06am On Nov 20
BoldassBadasser:
Please I am graduate of philosophy University of Benin graduated since 2015 currently working with a government health parrastatal , A Hospital management board to be precise in one of the states in the country as an administrative officer2, my employment is dated back since 25 November 2018 and having gone through the list I can't seems to find my career pathway as an administrative officer and also my course of study philosophy seems not be any relevance to the list as well.

But I have a skill in bricklaying and I want to utilize it to enroll under the anzsco TRA subvisa and I need to know how to start in details please.
I need your assistance please all voice will be appreciated thanks once more
Do you have at least 3 years verifiable experience as a Bricklayer?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 9:09am On Nov 20
babajava:


Just recently re-assessed as Transport company manager and it came out positive.
Now waiting for wifey's assessment outcome, most definitely using her as the PA.

But does it mean that any job I wish to apply for must be centered around a managerial role ( I love the salaries attached to them) due to my assessment outcome, cos I wish to continue in the transport & logistics sector & I'd like to know the region where its demand is high having in mind wifey's job too. Slowly but surely. E go end well In sha Allah
@tunlex, @bellong
Congratulations on your positive assessment.
Your employment after landing has no bearing to the occupation you assessed for. You can decide to switch occupation. It's all up to you.
I'll advise you concern yourself with getting ITA first, wherever you land, you will be fine
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 9:11am On Nov 20
djo120920:
Hello All

Please What should be my next steps?

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


36 years old and married. 3 kids.

What program may I apply for, and and what are my chances of being selected? What should please be my next steps?

Thank you all
Go through the occupation list to identify the occupation you can assess. Do same for your spouse as he or she may be a better option.
Post the occupation(s) you deem relate to what you do.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by djo120920: 12:43pm On Nov 20
tunlex01:

Go through the occupation list to identify the occupation you can assess. Do same for your spouse as he or she may be a better option.
Post the occupation(s) you deem relate to what you do.

ANZSCO 225311. Public Relations Professional.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by yinkard4me(m): 12:51pm On Nov 20
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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by BoldassBadasser(m): 1:39pm On Nov 20
tunlex01:

Do you have at least 3 years verifiable experience as a Bricklayer?

thanks you sir for your response!

please I want to ask... when you said something about having atleast 3 years VERIFIABLE experience as a bricklayer can you please throw more light?

what if I do this bricklaying job independently without being under any company? how do I verify?

Although I have an inlaw who works for registered building company in Lagos and I worked with them for about a year and half or so before I left the company.

what do you advice I should do sir. I have been on bricklaying job for dunky years even before uni days but just don't know how I can go about the verification since apart from the company I worked for with my uncle in Lagos, must of my jobs has been as an independent body.

should I contact my uncle since he works with them to get the company to help with a verifiable 3years working experience under their establishment?

thanks I look forward to you reply at your earliest convenience.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by BoldassBadasser(m): 2:01pm On Nov 20
tunlex01:

Do you have at least 3 years verifiable experience as a Bricklayer?

please doing the TRA Assessment will I have pay for all the fees on their site?

and are they different from the 4047AU$ that I still have to pay afor the visa...?

forgive my questions, I know it sound lay. but I'm a newbie to this whole visa process.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by BoldassBadasser(m): 2:33pm On Nov 20
tunlex01:

Do you have at least 3 years verifiable experience as a Bricklayer?

unfortunately I can't' upload photos so I had to copy and paste from TRA site
Fees

The following fees are payable when you apply for each step of the JRP.

ServiceFee Step 1 - Provisional Skills Assessment$300
Provisional Skills Assessment Review (If required)$300

Step 2 - Job Ready Employment (JRE fee is only required with the first Employment Registration form)$500

Step 3 - Job Ready Workplace Assessment (JRWA)$2000
Subsequent Job Ready Workplace Assessment (if required)$2000

Step 4 – Job Ready Final Assessment (JRFA)$150

Please note: Fees are subject to change.


please sir does the process includes paying for all these fees each step of way? seems kind of pricy to me... clarify me on this sir..
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 3:16pm On Nov 20
djo120920:


ANZSCO 225311. Public Relations Professional.

You are good to go then.
Visit Vetassess website to start your assessment.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 3:20pm On Nov 20
BoldassBadasser:


thanks you sir for your response!

please I want to ask... when you said something about having atleast 3 years VERIFIABLE experience as a bricklayer can you please throw more light?

what if I do this bricklaying job independently without being under any company? how do I verify?

Although I have an inlaw who works for registered building company in Lagos and I worked with them for about a year and half or so before I left the company.

what do you advice I should do sir. I have been on bricklaying job for dunky years even before uni days but just don't know how I can go about the verification since apart from the company I worked for with my uncle in Lagos, must of my jobs has been as an independent body.

should I contact my uncle since he works with them to get the company to help with a verifiable 3years working experience under their establishment?

thanks I look forward to you reply at your earliest convenience.
Verifiable experience which you must have payslips, tax, pension or bank statement for at least 3 years before assessing with TRA as well as qualification documents qualifying you to be a Bricklayer.
For self employed, you will need company registration document, invoices from suppliers and customers, evidence of payment for job done etc.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 3:22pm On Nov 20
BoldassBadasser:


please doing the TRA Assessment will I have pay for all the fees on their site?

and are they different from the 4047AU$ that I still have to pay afor the visa...?

forgive my questions, I know it sound lay. but I'm a newbie to this whole visa process.
TRA Assessment fee is A$1000 except if there is any other requirement for an occupation like Bricklaying.

Yes, visa fee is different from assessment fee
Assessment fee is to Assessing bodies while
Visa fee is to Department of Home Affairs
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Experience4u(m): 6:32pm On Nov 20
Start from page one
hemmy1843:
I'm new in here, please where do I start info gathering from. I'll love to be helped.

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