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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by djo120920: 7:46pm On Nov 20
tunlex01:

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

Thank you for your reply

I want to know if the nominated profession qualifies me to apply.
And also if there are any other things I need to know about the VETASSESS thing.
How many points would be needed..
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 9:40pm On Nov 20
djo120920:


Thank you for your reply

I want to know if the nominated profession qualifies me to apply.
And also if there are any other things I need to know about the VETASSESS thing.
How many points would be needed..
Question 1 not clear
Question 2: All you need to know about Vetassess is on their website. One other thing is that Vetassess is very particular about your job descriptions aligning with your occupation. That's the key to getting a positive assessment. Transcript delivery for both degrees are required as well.
Question 3: not clear as well....needed for what?

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by DoDirtsLikeWorm(m): 10:21pm On Nov 20
tunlex01:

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.

Baba you lost me here o!
For someone who has Diploma in Elect-Elect, I believe one year should be Sufficient for anything electrical Level-2 related?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by djo120920: 10:31pm On Nov 20
tunlex01:

Question 1 not clear
Question 2: All you need to know about Vetassess is on their website. One other thing is that Vetassess is very particular about your job descriptions aligning with your occupation. That's the key to getting a positive assessment. Transcript delivery for both degrees are required as well.
Question 3: not clear as well....needed for what?

1. I thought Australian Immigration is based on nominated profession. So my question is about the possibility of getting PR with my stated profession of a PR Professional. Is the profession in demand? Pardon me if it seems I'm thinking in terms of Canadian Provincial Nomination...
2. OK
3. Points as in the immigration thing is point based, is it not? How many points are needed to stand a realistic chance of being selected?

Thank you

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by BoldassBadasser(m): 6:56am On Nov 21
tunlex01:

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.


Good morning boss!
thank you sir for your Swift response!

I think I will go through self employed medium

now as of the company registration number I think I can work something out.

invoices from suppliers and customers alike.. don't think would be a problem too

but evidence of payment for job done? come on... this oyibo people packaging too much naa

boss you know how we run this time here naa, "bricklaying job is not such a reputable job here", it's just a blue collar job where most of the payment are done with physical cash.

now boss how do I get pass over this one?

thanks hoping to hear from you soon
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Olabestonic001(m): 7:16pm On Nov 21
Good evening house.

Thank you for creating this page.

I am considering Australia migration.

Below are my profiles:

Age: 29 years

Education: Bachelors in Computer Science

Targetted Skill: Executive Assistant/Office Manager

Year's of Experience: 5 years

What's my chance of getting a nomination?

Please house, which skillsets should I target? And what are my chances?


Thank you.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 1:11am On Nov 22
DoDirtsLikeWorm:


Baba you lost me here o!
For someone who has Diploma in Elect-Elect, I believe one year should be Sufficient for anything electrical Level-2 related?
Perhaps you didn't get me.
TRA requires applicant to have at least 3 years experience in the occupation being nominated. Not talking about the qualification

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 1:17am On Nov 22
BoldassBadasser:



Good morning boss!
thank you sir for your Swift response!

I think I will go through self employed medium

now as of the company registration number I think I can work something out.

invoices from suppliers and customers alike.. don't think would be a problem too

but evidence of payment for job done? come on... this oyibo people packaging too much naa

boss you know how we run this time here naa, "bricklaying job is not such a reputable job here", it's just a blue collar job where most of the payment are done with physical cash.

now boss how do I get pass over this one?

thanks hoping to hear from you soon
Sincerely, no idea how you want to go about it without evidence of payment
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 1:19am On Nov 22
Olabestonic001:
Good evening house.

Thank you for creating this page.

I am considering Australia migration.

Below are my profiles:

Age: 29 years

Education: Bachelors in Computer Science

Targetted Skill: Executive Assistant/Office Manager

Year's of Experience: 5 years

What's my chance of getting a nomination?

Please house, which skillsets should I target? And what are my chances?


Thank you.
Your occupation is not available on the occupation list.
You can also peruse the occupation list yourself

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by justloveme: 9:03am On Nov 22
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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by justloveme: 9:07am On Nov 22
AnaCheks:
Please under which skill occupation does BSc in Public Health fall in? I've been searching o saw only Primary Health
With public health you can use health promotion officer or community health to apply.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Olabestonic001(m): 5:10pm On Nov 22
tunlex01:

Your occupation is not available on the occupation list.
You can also peruse the occupation list yourself

Thank you for your response.

How about Project Administrator? Is it in demand in Australia?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by DoDirtsLikeWorm(m): 7:42pm On Nov 22
tunlex01:

Perhaps you didn't get me.
TRA requires applicant to have at least 3 years experience in the occupation being nominated. Not talking about the qualification

Thanks Gee, E clear now.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Olabestonic001(m): 9:28pm On Nov 22
tunlex01:

Your occupation is not available on the occupation list.
You can also peruse the occupation list yourselff

Thank you for your response.

How about Project Administrator? Is it in demand in Australia?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by snt99: 10:43pm On Nov 22
Hello,@ tunlex01 may God bless you for your quick response on issues bordering the mind base on Aus immigration process, I do want a quick response from you sir, I wanted to know if i can apply for EA, if it comes out positive can I then proceed to apply for sub class 189 or 190 if possible. Just want to know because of the Covid19 or should i wait until January 2021.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 4:08pm On Nov 23
Olabestonic001:


Thank you for your response.

How about Project Administrator? Is it in demand in Australia?
Project Administrator is on the list.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 4:12pm On Nov 23
snt99:
Hello,@ tunlex01 may God bless you for your quick response on issues bordering the mind base on Aus immigration process, I do want a quick response from you sir, I wanted to know if i can apply for EA, if it comes out positive can I then proceed to apply for sub class 189 or 190 if possible. Just want to know because of the Covid19 or should i wait until January 2021.
You can apply to EA for assessment.
189 is a long thing cos you need a high point which most are unable to get without a recognised degree from Australia.
Look towards 190 or 491 especially.
You can’t apply for nomination at the moment cos no state is currently nominating due to no allocation from the federal government caused by the pandemic. You may want to get everything ready so that you are able to apply as soon as the nomination list is released.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Knight1(m): 6:48pm On Nov 23
tunlex01:

You can apply to EA for assessment.
189 is a long thing cos you need a high point which most are unable to get without a recognised degree from Australia.
Look towards 190 or 491 especially.
You can’t apply for nomination at the moment cos no state is currently nominating due to no allocation from the federal government caused by the pandemic. You may want to get everything ready so that you are able to apply as soon as the nomination list is released.

Hello.

Do you have any information as to when the federal government is likely to allocate so that States can nominate again?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by ifemazi247: 4:56pm On Nov 24
Good evening to the ogas at the top. Thanks for taking your time to respond to newbies like us. Have gone through the thread from the very first one initiated by Oga Bellong. I was very hopeful and enthusiastic that my husband can be the primary applicant as the process for pharmacist is no so direct but the recent information I gathered from here is that accountant (General) is very competitive. Now am confused, I'ld really appreciate it if someone can help guide me on the best way to go about getting PR for OZ.

My husband:
Age: 36
Qualification: Bsc banking and finance from Anambra state University.
Experience: 6 years working in general account. Has all documents to back it up.
English test: yet to write but we hope to target scores to give us 20 points.

Me:
Age: 34
Qualification: PharmD from university of Benin
Experience: more than 4 years. don't have payslips or tax clearance just offer letters and bank statements
English: yet to write.
I can make hair and fix nails but no certificate or trade test to back it up. ( skills we develop growing up).

I was hoping my husband could be the primary applicant with 189 visa as it doesn't require much funds but now am confused.

We were considering starting Canada process towards the tail end of 2021 but with recent increase in CRS scores I don't know what it will be like by next year. (Huge proof of funds for family of 5 is what's delaying us)

Please ogas come to my rescues on any possible route we could take to PR so we can make hay while the sun is still out. Thanks in advance.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by BlueAnchor: 7:32am
Hello beautiful people.

Kindly help me with answers to my question. My occupation is on the occupation list but vetassess says I have to have paid work experience. I have over one year of work experience (as a volunteer) in my field but I wasn't paid. Will that give me a negative assessment? Or what other option do I have.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Okonowele8(m): 9:54am
BlueAnchor:
Hello beautiful people.

Kindly help me with answers to my question. My occupation is on the occupation list but vetassess says I have to have paid work experience. I have over one year of work experience (as a volunteer) in my field but I wasn't paid. Will that give me a negative assessment? Or what other option do I have.


1. YES you will most likely obtain negative outcome!

2. You may wish to tell us your profile to enable us guide you well.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by BlueAnchor: 10:39am
Thanks for the response @okonowele8

Kindly find my details below

Age: 30
Education: BSc & MSc Biochemistry
Married with a baby girl
I have relevant work experience in Biochemistry (over a year) but it was a volunteer thing.
I haven't written any English test yet.

My husband is an entrepreneur so I don't think he can be a primary applicant.

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