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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Dude04(m): 8:24am On Dec 31, 2020
Hi,
I need advise on the path to follow as my 1st degree is not in engineering

Education:
*B. Sc (Applied Geophysics)
* M.Eng (Geoengineering)

Occupation:
*Drilling supervisor (Borehole company)- 3 years in Nigeria

English language proficiency
*IELTS - 8 (will expire in 2022)

Marital status: Single

Age: 31 (by April 2021)
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Goodies1: 1:23pm On Jan 03
Hello Great people,
Please i need help in payment to Vetassess.
Those of us who have scaled this- pls how did u go about it?

Also I choose a wrong payment option with the intention to see if there was a way around it that will work but then the application got submitted.
I'm not seeing a link to change my payment option on the portal. How do I fix this please?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by ebosh: 2:20pm On Jan 03
Hi,
I need advise on the path to follow for Australian PR and how do I do assess my skill and degree for Electrical Engineering.

Education:
*BEng (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) from Nigerian University 2017
* M.Sc (Electrical Power Engineering) currently studying in the UK to Finish January 2022

Work Experience
* One year work experience in an engineering firm in Nigeria


English language proficiency
* Considering doing PTE or IELTS next month

Marital status: Single

Age: 25 (by April 2021)
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Promzy12: 6:57pm On Jan 04
I spoke to one white Guy who is an agent in Australia today he told me Australia border might not be open this year considering how things are going
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by delvinmayan: 12:14pm On Jan 05
Hello Everyone. Compliments of the season. Been going through this thread and really need advice.

I am 33 years old, married with two kids. Graduated with a BA from Performing Arts from Unilorin. Have two years experience as a customer service representative and 3 years experience as a sales personnel. My wife also graduated from Unilorin with a BA in saw course and 8 years work experience with an FG paramilitary outfit.

Kindly help with advice on who is best qualifed to apply between myself and wife and what to do. Thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by ghettochild4u(m): 1:24pm On Jan 05
Delight2014:
Pls house, I have a sponsor, a Medical Doctor who's a PR. Is it possible for him to apply for visa and do other necessary things over there for me?
Then I will cater for my flight and PTA and others
How possible/ easy is that?
Mind you I'm going on a skilled occupation list
Pls I'm expecting a legit answer to that!
Yes, he shd know what to do
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Knight1(m): 8:51pm On Jan 05
Dude04:
Hi,
I need advise on the path to follow as my 1st degree is not in engineering

Education:
*B. Sc (Applied Geophysics)
* M.Eng (Geoengineering)

Occupation:
*Drilling supervisor (Borehole company)- 3 years in Nigeria

English language proficiency
*IELTS - 8 (will expire in 2022)

Marital status: Single

Age: 31 (by April 2021)

The place to start on all eligibility for skilled migration to Australia is https://www.anzscosearch.com/points-test/
The Website actually has a lot of information, but you start by calculating your points.
Select the 189 visa while testing and from what you have written, I think you should be able to have a minimum of 75 points on 189.

If you do, then decide which your profession you want to access with - especially one that is related to either/both of your degrees and click each of the tabs inside ( Visa Options, S/T Eligibility, Backlog etc)
The backlog will serve as guide as to how many people you are competing with, so in case there are two professions you may be eligible for, choose the one with less competition.

All the best
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Knight1(m): 8:54pm On Jan 05
ebosh:
Hi,
I need advise on the path to follow for Australian PR and how do I do assess my skill and degree for Electrical Engineering.

Education:
*BEng (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) from Nigerian University 2017
* M.Sc (Electrical Power Engineering) currently studying in the UK to Finish January 2022

Work Experience
* One year work experience in an engineering firm in Nigeria


English language proficiency
* Considering doing PTE or IELTS next month

Marital status: Single

Age: 25 (by April 2021)

The place to start on all eligibility for skilled migration to Australia is https://www.anzscosearch.com/points-test/
The Website actually has a lot of information, but you start by calculating your points.
As you haven't done your English test, I advise you prepare well to have the highest scores ie minimum of 8 in ALL modules of IELTS or similar in PTE.
Your experience may appear small but it may also help you know what to prepare for. Start getting all important documents such as tax, pension etc so that when you need them, you already know what to do
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Knight1(m): 8:58pm On Jan 05
delvinmayan:
Hello Everyone. Compliments of the season. Been going through this thread and really need advice.

I am 33 years old, married with two kids. Graduated with a BA from Performing Arts from Unilorin. Have two years experience as a customer service representative and 3 years experience as a sales personnel. My wife also graduated from Unilorin with a BA in saw course and 8 years work experience with an FG paramilitary outfit.

Kindly help with advice on who is best qualifed to apply between myself and wife and what to do. Thanks

I don't have sufficient details to determine who is best qualified so I will refer you to the site.
Each of you should fill it and then anyone who comes with up with the higher points becomes the primary applicant. Also bear in mind that whose academic degree aligns with their profession between both of you as in some/most cases, if your degree isn't the same thing you are practising you may have some years of experience shaved off or rejected totally.

That said,
The place to start on all eligibility for skilled migration to Australia is https://www.anzscosearch.com/points-test/
The Website actually has a lot of information, but you start by calculating your points.
Select the 189 visa while testing.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Dude04(m): 12:10am On Jan 06
Knight1:


The place to start on all eligibility for skilled migration to Australia is https://www.anzscosearch.com/points-test/
The Website actually has a lot of information, but you start by calculating your points.
Select the 189 visa while testing and from what you have written, I think you should be able to have a minimum of 75 points on 189.

If you do, then decide which your profession you want to access with - especially one that is related to either/both of your degrees and click each of the tabs inside ( Visa Options, S/T Eligibility, Backlog etc)
The backlog will serve as guide as to how many people you are competing with, so in case there are two professions you may be eligible for, choose the one with less competition.

All the best




Thanks for the info
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by maintainG: 9:44am On Jan 06
How many years is your first degree?
Nigeria 4year B.Sc. is Equivalent to Aussie Associate degree unless is 5 years
I will advise you use your M.Sc. I think Engineering Australia will assess you.

head to their website to see the requirements for assessment

Good luck to you




Dude04:
Hi,
I need advise on the path to follow as my 1st degree is not in engineering

Education:
*B. Sc (Applied Geophysics)
* M.Eng (Geoengineering)

Occupation:
*Drilling supervisor (Borehole company)- 3 years in Nigeria

English language proficiency
*IELTS - 8 (will expire in 2022)

Marital status: Single

Age: 31 (by April 2021)
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Dasshboard(m): 3:15pm On Jan 06
Good morning, please I need advice from the experienced people here.

I plan to migrate through the PR route directly.

I am 36 years of age with 8 years experience in banking.

I studied public administration and graduated with first class.

I will be sponsoring myself with account statement of 8m.

I have a wife and two kids but will like to leave alone and bring them over later.

I will like to know my chances of getting nominated from a regional area in Australia.

Swift responses will be appreciated
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Bukason2020(m): 6:03pm On Jan 06
Promzy12:
I spoke to one white Guy who is an agent in Australia today he told me Australia border might not be open this year considering how things are going

I cast and bind him lipsrsealed lipsrsealed

Let's keep the hope alive
No agent or airline has a say on this
Only the government.

So channel ur prayers well
God can turn the heart of the government
For all I know, international students with negative covid test result and post arrival quarantine are less threat to the health of the Australians
THE GOVERNMENT SHOULD UNDERSTAND THIS
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Knight1(m): 8:45am On Jan 07
Dasshboard:
Good morning, please I need advice from the experienced people here.

I plan to migrate through the PR route directly.

I am 36 years of age with 8 years experience in banking.

I studied public administration and graduated with first class.

I will be sponsoring myself with account statement of 8m.

I have a wife and two kids but will like to leave alone and bring them over later.

I will like to know my chances of getting nominated from a regional area in Australia.

Swift responses will be appreciated

Hello.
The place to start on all eligibility for skilled migration to Australia is https://www.anzscosearch.com/points-test/
The Website actually has a lot of information, but you start by calculating your points. [ Select the 189 visa while testing ]

When you've done that, you have to determine which occupation you want to nominate. To my knowledge, banking is not an occupation -they would want to know the specific role in banking. Here's my advice on going about that
Look for a profession within the banking industry that you have worked in, and then ensure that the profession aligns with administration or something to do with public. I tried to search for you but my network seems bad
Play around with keywords such as Public, administration and find the one that is most relevant for you based on your experience.
You should also look at the BACKLOG tab for that profession (You'll see it once you search and select a profession on Anzscosearch) to know how many people you'd be competing with. This may help in deciding the profession you want.
It is also advised that the profession you select is on the MLTSSL List (Click on the List tab on the link I shared)

When you have zeroed in on a profession, and if you have a minimum of 75 points, I think you may have a good chance.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by DoDirtsLikeWorm(m): 10:17am On Jan 07
Promzy12:
I spoke to one white Guy who is an agent in Australia today he told me Australia border might not be open this year considering how things are going

Hahaha...if you had ask him that same question last year January, he simply would told you that there will be nothing like shutting of borders. His fear mongering won't work.
HNY
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Dasshboard(m): 2:11pm On Jan 07
Knight1:


Hello.
The place to start on all eligibility for skilled migration to Australia is https://www.anzscosearch.com/points-test/
The Website actually has a lot of information, but you start by calculating your points. [ Select the 189 visa while testing ]

When you've done that, you have to determine which occupation you want to nominate. To my knowledge, banking is not an occupation -they would want to know the specific role in banking. Here's my advice on going about that
Look for a profession within the banking industry that you have worked in, and then ensure that the profession aligns with administration or something to do with public. I tried to search for you but my network seems bad
Play around with keywords such as Public, administration and find the one that is most relevant for you based on your experience.
You should also look at the BACKLOG tab for that profession (You'll see it once you search and select a profession on Anzscosearch) to know how many people you'd be competing with. This may help in deciding the profession you want.
It is also advised that the profession you select is on the MLTSSL List (Click on the List tab on the link I shared)

When you have zeroed in on a profession, and if you have a minimum of 75 points, I think you may have a good chance.

Thanks this was helpful
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by editoreben: 7:31pm On Jan 07
Knight1:


Hello.
The place to start on all eligibility for skilled migration to Australia is https://www.anzscosearch.com/points-test/
The Website actually has a lot of information, but you start by calculating your points. [ Select the 189 visa while testing ]

When you've done that, you have to determine which occupation you want to nominate. To my knowledge, banking is not an occupation -they would want to know the specific role in banking. Here's my advice on going about that
Look for a profession within the banking industry that you have worked in, and then ensure that the profession aligns with administration or something to do with public. I tried to search for you but my network seems bad
Play around with keywords such as Public, administration and find the one that is most relevant for you based on your experience.
You should also look at the BACKLOG tab for that profession (You'll see it once you search and select a profession on Anzscosearch) to know how many people you'd be competing with. This may help in deciding the profession you want.
It is also advised that the profession you select is on the MLTSSL List (Click on the List tab on the link I shared)

When you have zeroed in on a profession, and if you have a minimum of 75 points, I think you may have a good chance.

Good evening, please I need advice from the experienced people here.

I plan to migrate through the PR route directly to Australia. I have HND in Library and information science.
I would love to know under what profession would be best to apply and the requirements. Thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by misturib: 8:46pm On Jan 07
Hello, house,

I need your help!!!! I have a BSc in business administration since 2013. I have worked as a bank teller(2 years), Risk officer in a stockbroking firm(6 months). I currently do data entry and analysis(Currently in a data analytics boot camp) in a Government agency(2+ years). I would love to know under what profession would be best to apply.

thank you all.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Promzy12: 10:39pm On Jan 07
He said it may not be open this year, if you look at the way the Australia government have projected it, you will agree with him, know that mass vaccinations in Australia will start by October 20201 but for Now they only vaccinating health workers
DoDirtsLikeWorm:


Hahaha...if you had ask him that same question last year January, he simply would told you that there will be nothing like shutting of borders. His fear mongering won't work.
HNY

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Ilyfavoured: 4:55am On Jan 08
I have a BSc in political science, a MBA and 1+ yr experience in telecommunications as project supervisor. My job description fits telecommunication network planner 313213. Dont know how to go about the assessment considering my education background. What's skill level 2? What other options do I have?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 3:02am On Jan 09
misturib:
Hello, house,

I need your help!!!! I have a BSc in business administration since 2013. I have worked as a bank teller(2 years), Risk officer in a stockbroking firm(6 months). I currently do data entry and analysis(Currently in a data analytics boot camp) in a Government agency(2+ years). I would love to know under what profession would be best to apply.

thank you all.

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 tunlex01(m): 3:03am On Jan 09
Dude04:
Hi,
I need advise on the path to follow as my 1st degree is not in engineering

Education:
*B. Sc (Applied Geophysics)
* M.Eng (Geoengineering)

Occupation:
*Drilling supervisor (Borehole company)- 3 years in Nigeria

English language proficiency
*IELTS - 8 (will expire in 2022)

Marital status: Single

Age: 31 (by April 2021)
You didn't state the years you got those degrees and the universities?
Was your first degree 4 or 5 year course?
IELTS 8...does that mean you have 8 in each band cos Australia works with each score and not overall

Check the occupation list to see the occupation you can nominate.
Visit www.anzscosearch.com
You may need to register on the website to view the details below
On the top middle page click "Lists" (on a laptop/computer) or click the Hamburger sign (3 horizontal lines) to select "Lists" if you are using a mobile device
Go through the 3 lists MLTSSL, STSOL and ROL
Click any of the occupations that best relate to what you do.
When you click the occupation, scroll down to 'Anzsco code' and scroll to 'Tasks'
Check if the tasks relate to the occupation you have selected.
Revert here with occupation(s) you deem relate to what you do and we will take it up from there

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 3:04am On Jan 09
delvinmayan:
Hello Everyone. Compliments of the season. Been going through this thread and really need advice.

I am 33 years old, married with two kids. Graduated with a BA from Performing Arts from Unilorin. Have two years experience as a customer service representative and 3 years experience as a sales personnel. My wife also graduated from Unilorin with a BA in saw course and 8 years work experience with an FG paramilitary outfit.

Kindly help with advice on who is best qualifed to apply between myself and wife and what to do. Thanks

Check the occupation list to see the occupation you can nominate.
Visit www.anzscosearch.com
You may need to register on the website to view the details below
On the top middle page click "Lists" (on a laptop/computer) or click the Hamburger sign (3 horizontal lines) to select "Lists" if you are using a mobile device
Go through the 3 lists MLTSSL, STSOL and ROL
Click any of the occupations that best relate to what you do.
When you click the occupation, scroll down to 'Anzsco code' and scroll to 'Tasks'
Check if the tasks relate to the occupation you have selected.
Revert here with occupation(s) you deem relate to what you do and we will take it up from there

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 3:06am On Jan 09
Dasshboard:
Good morning, please I need advice from the experienced people here.

I plan to migrate through the PR route directly.

I am 36 years of age with 8 years experience in banking.

I studied public administration and graduated with first class.

I will be sponsoring myself with account statement of 8m.

I have a wife and two kids but will like to leave alone and bring them over later.

I will like to know my chances of getting nominated from a regional area in Australia.

Swift responses will be appreciated
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

Be specific about your roles, banking is not an occupation but a profession/industry
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 3:07am On Jan 09
editoreben:


Good evening, please I need advice from the experienced people here.

I plan to migrate through the PR route directly to Australia. I have HND in Library and information science.
I would love to know under what profession would be best to apply and the requirements. Thanks
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 tunlex01(m): 3:09am On Jan 09
Ilyfavoured:
I have a BSc in political science, a MBA and 1+ yr experience in telecommunications as project supervisor. My job description fits telecommunication network planner 313213. Dont know how to go about the assessment considering my education background. What's skill level 2? What other options do I have?
Best is to look for another occupation.
You can't assess for such role with a Bsc and MBA
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by oge18: 4:02pm On Jan 09
You can provide your details for further review.
Age 30
English test result LRWS 8.5 7 7 7.5 (this is 2 years old already I dont know if it is still valid for this purpose)
Educational qualifications with dates awarded BSC 2010
Awarding University(ies) UNN
Course of study BANKING/FINANCE
Job title(s): 1year as a customer service officer cash officer for 3 years and head of operations for 2 years (in a bank)
Years of experience: 6

SPOUSE DETAIL
Age 40
English test result none
Educational qualifications with dates awarded BSC
Awarding University(ies) UNILAG
Course of study computer science
Job title(s): PROJECT MANAGER in an IT firm (he is a computer engineer basically)
Years of experience: 13years

Please these are my details I am totally confused with the process kindly assist
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by maintainG: 11:28am On Jan 10
1. Aussie recognize English test for 3yrs so your English test is still valid
2. I don’t think there is any banking occupation in the occupation list . But check customer service manager roles and responsibilities and see if it align with your responsibility as operations manager
3. Your husband have lost 10 point already because of his age but can still try and write PTE or ielts, Target 8 in all and try IT related occupation

What I will advice is to rewrite your IELTS and pursue Canada especially provincial nomination. If you can target the same IELTS result or higher, with your age and work experience, you will stand a better chance



Good luck

oge18:

You can provide your details for further review.
Age 30
English test result LRWS 8.5 7 7 7.5 (this is 2 years old already I dont know if it is still valid for this purpose)
Educational qualifications with dates awarded BSC 2010
Awarding University(ies) UNN
Course of study BANKING/FINANCE
Job title(s): 1year as a customer service officer cash officer for 3 years and head of operations for 2 years (in a bank)
Years of experience: 6

SPOUSE DETAIL
Age 40
English test result none
Educational qualifications with dates awarded BSC
Awarding University(ies) UNILAG
Course of study computer science
Job title(s): PROJECT MANAGER in an IT firm (he is a computer engineer basically)
Years of experience: 13years

Please these are my details I am totally confused with the process kindly assist

Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Ilyfavoured: 12:40am On Jan 12
Thanks for responding. Can you suggest another related occupation(s)?

tunlex01:

Best is to look for another occupation.
You can't assess for such role with a Bsc and MBA
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 9:56am On Jan 12
Ilyfavoured:
Thanks for responding. Can you suggest another related occupation(s)?

None that I can think of. You will need to review the occupation list to check for other options.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 10:05am On Jan 12
oge18:

You can provide your details for further review.
Age 30
English test result LRWS 8.5 7 7 7.5 (this is 2 years old already I dont know if it is still valid for this purpose)
Educational qualifications with dates awarded BSC 2010
Awarding University(ies) UNN
Course of study BANKING/FINANCE
Job title(s): 1year as a customer service officer cash officer for 3 years and head of operations for 2 years (in a bank)
Years of experience: 6

SPOUSE DETAIL
Age 40
English test result none
Educational qualifications with dates awarded BSC
Awarding University(ies) UNILAG
Course of study computer science
Job title(s): PROJECT MANAGER in an IT firm (he is a computer engineer basically)
Years of experience: 13years

Please these are my details I am totally confused with the process kindly assist

You can assess as a Financial institution branch manager however it's not being nominated at the moment but you may wait for each state nomination requirement to be out.
In your case, only the years you have been a manager will be approved which is 2 years not 6 years.

Your spouse can also be the PA since he already has more than 8 years experience. He needs to review the occupation list to the get some occupation that relate to what he's doing/done


Check the occupation list to see the occupation you can nominate.
Visit www.anzscosearch.com
You may need to register on the website to view the details below
On the top middle page click "Lists" (on a laptop/computer) or click the Hamburger sign (3 horizontal lines) to select "Lists" if you are using a mobile device
Go through the 3 lists MLTSSL, STSOL and ROL
Click any of the occupations that best relate to what you do.
When you click the occupation, scroll down to 'Anzsco code' and scroll to 'Tasks'
Check if the tasks relate to the occupation you have selected.
Revert here with occupation(s) you deem relate to what you do and we will take it up from there

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