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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 11:19pm On Feb 01
enesty:
It's University of jos we both graduated from

So which occupation(s) are you nominating?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Lagbaja88: 11:53am On Feb 02
abham:
Good morning, I’m curious how accommodation would be provided for an Immigrant will you have to pay for a rented house from here before you get to the country you’re emigrating to or the government will make provision for a stipulated period of time?
airbnb, hotel, short stay apartment or rent a place online before landing
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Oolawepo(m): 9:34pm On Feb 06
tunlex01:

You only wrote your years of experience not the type of job you do.
If it's a Solicitor, then it's a long process cos you will need to be called to the Bar here before you can complete the assessment.

You can also post your spouse's details too. Self-employed is vague----what is he self employed in? University? Course?

If you don't have an occupation you can nominate, having a citizen sibling will not help in the skilled migration process. Also location of your sibling will determine if she will be able to nominate you or not.

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
@tunlex01. Pls how do I contact privately. I need a guide on this australian PR.
Masters: Msc Information Technology 2014
BSc : Btech Computer science

Occupation: Principal Systems Analyst..

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Oolawepo(m): 9:35pm On Feb 06
Oolawepo:

@tunlex01. Pls how do I contact privately. I need a guide on this australian PR.
Masters: Msc Information Technology 2014
BSc : Btech Computer science

Occupation: Principal Systems Analyst..

Pls � help me . Thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Otelsmyg(m): 11:18am On Feb 07
Good morning everyone.
Please I need link to DIY Part 1
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 2:12pm On Feb 08
Oolawepo:


Pls � help me . Thanks
You can send a pm
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by DelCrux: 2:41pm On Feb 08
hi guys,

age:36
course studied:BSc building technology
job post: construction manager/engineer for 8years

my issue is most firm I work with don't pay tax or pension..it's even stated in my employment letter. Hope that won't be a problem.

thanks,really appreciate you guys
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Nobody: 8:32am On Feb 12
tunlex01:

You can send a pm
Will send you a PM too. Have some private questions.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Eviana(f): 2:44pm On Feb 12
PeaceLoveJoy:

Will send you a PM too. Have some private questions.

Glad to see you making moves as you told me.
Your top (3)
U.S.
Canada
Australia

However, someone with your intellect should be rebuilding Nigeria. Why try to leave? Someone has to stay behind.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by jstemmanex(m): 4:28am On Feb 15
Please I have 2 questions.

First, I can't find in the thread if one would need to prove experience in the claimed profession. Is experience needed?

Secondly, my Master's Degree is in Economics but years of experience in Accounting. Since Account in is very competitive in Australia, can I apply as an Economist (don't have any prove of experience as an Economist)?.

Thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by moscow30: 8:38am On Feb 15
Please Fam! Is there any province or region nominating CHEMIST now in Australia for both 190 and 189 Visa
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by DelCrux: 9:34am On Feb 15
DelCrux:
hi guys,

age:36
course studied:BSc building technology
job post: construction manager/engineer for 8years

my issue is most firm I work with don't pay tax or pension..it's even stated in my employment letter. Hope that won't be a problem.

thanks,really appreciate you guys
gurus please how do I prove this experience
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Mcslize: 11:32am On Feb 15
moscow30:
Please Fam! Is there any province or region nominating CHEMIST now in Australia for both 190 and 189 Visa

None for now. That's because some of the states haven't open their route yet.

NSW, Victoria and Queensland states will surely open nomination for Chemist. Just wait till they open.

Is that what you studied or your occupation is highly related to Chemist?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by moscow30: 1:22pm On Feb 15
Mcslize:


None for now. That's because some of the states haven't open their route yet.

NSW, Victoria and Queensland states will surely open nomination for Chemist. Just wait till they open.

Is that what you studied or your occupation is highly related to Chemist?

Thanks very much for the response. I studied chemistry, I have done my VETESSES assessment since 2017 but I don't know if it has expired, I lost impetus for the journey due to some challenges. Right now I am preparing for the English language exams
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Mcslize: 2:16pm On Feb 15
moscow30:


Thanks very much for the response. I studied chemistry, I have done my VETESSES assessment since 2017 but I don't know if it has expired, I lost impetus for the journey due to some challenges. Right now I am preparing for the English language exams

I think it has expired. Assessment is usually valid for 3 years. 2017-2021 should be more than 3yrs now depending on the month you took the exam.

Do know Chemist is a level 1 skill in the skill select. If you have experience, is your experience more closely related to the role of a Chemist? You might want to also consider Chemistry technician as another relevant option. Cuz that might be less competitive as it's level 2 in the skill select.

If you studied chemistry, and your experience is related to lab, I think you will get ITA faster as a Chemistry technician than Chemist.

You might look into the two closely to see which your experience most closely fit.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by moscow30: 1:50pm On Feb 16
Thank you very much for your response, I have never thought of considering a chemistry Technician. Does that mean I have to do a new VETESSESS assessment? since I have that of Chemist. Thanks for your response
Mcslize:


I think it has expired. Assessment is usually valid for 3 years. 2017-2021 should be more than 3yrs now depending on the month you took the exam.

Do know Chemist is a level 1 skill in the skill select. If you have experience, is your experience more closely related to the role of a Chemist? You might want to also consider Chemistry technician as another relevant option. Cuz that might be less competitive as it's level 2 in the skill select.

If you studied chemistry, and your experience is related to lab, I think you will get ITA faster as a Chemistry technician than Chemist.

You might look into the two closely to see which your experience most closely fit.


Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by JEmma1(m): 2:08pm On Feb 16
Please I've been requested to provide parents concent form for my daughter, please how do I go around this.

Very urgent please.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bligs: 2:34pm On Feb 16
JEmma1:
Please I've been requested to provide parents concent form for my daughter, please how do I go around this.

Very urgent please.
Your wife/partner will write and certify a letter addressing immigration that she authorise the migration of her daughter to Australia.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Mcslize: 3:46pm On Feb 16
moscow30:
Thank you very much for your response, I have never thought of considering a chemistry Technician. Does that mean I have to do a new VETESSESS assessment? since I have that of Chemist. Thanks for your response

If you got positive assessment for Chemist in your previous assessment with VETESSESS, then just go on and re assess as Chemist as your previous assessment has expired.

It's going to be easier for you as you've already had first hand knowledge of what it takes to get positive assessment for Chemist. What matters is getting a positive assessment and having good English scores.

Simply assess as a Chemist and you are good to go.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by jstemmanex(m): 8:18pm On Feb 16
jstemmanex:
Please I have 2 questions.

First, I can't find in the thread if one would need to prove experience in the claimed profession. Is experience needed?

Secondly, my Master's Degree is in Economics but years of experience in Accounting. Since Account in is very competitive in Australia, can I apply as an Economist (don't have any prove of experience as an Economist)?.

Thanks

Please, anyone?

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 2:54am On Feb 19
jstemmanex:
Please I have 2 questions.

First, I can't find in the thread if one would need to prove experience in the claimed profession. Is experience needed?

Secondly, my Master's Degree is in Economics but years of experience in Accounting. Since Account in is very competitive in Australia, can I apply as an Economist (don't have any prove of experience as an Economist)?.

Thanks
If you don’t have experience as an Economist, you can’t assess for such occupation as Vetassess requires at least 1 year experience in nominated occupation.
Your job descriptions must be that of an Economist role to get a positive assessment
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 2:58am On Feb 19
DelCrux:

gurus please how do I prove this experience
Get the companies to pay the outstanding pension or tax cos DHA would need at least one of those
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by jabberjawz: 2:15pm On Feb 23
Mcslize:


None for now. That's because some of the states haven't open their route yet.

NSW, Victoria and Queensland states will surely open nomination for Chemist. Just wait till they open.

Is that what you studied or your occupation is highly related to Chemist?

Hey Boss, could you be kind enough to notify us when provinces will open up thier nomination program......I will be on the lookout too.

Thanks smiley
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Mcslize: 3:10pm On Feb 23
jabberjawz:


Hey Boss, could you be kind enough to notify us when provinces will open up thier nomination program......I will be on the lookout too.

Thanks smiley

Always check your occupation on anzscosearch. com for State eligibility for your preferred visa type.

If the state is opened for your occupation, it will show green mark beside the visa option. So, you just have to be checking from time to time.

But for now, majority of states are not yet opened for offshore applicants with the exception of those whose occupation are on the Graduate Occupation List.

Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by jabberjawz: 6:36pm On Feb 23
Mcslize:


Always check your occupation on anzscosearch. com for State eligibility for your preferred visa type.

If the state is opened for your occupation, it will show green mark beside the visa option. So, you just have to be checking from time to time.

But for now, majority of states are not yet opened for offshore applicants with the exception of those whose occupation are on the Graduate Occupation List.





Ok thanks Boss...... just like Oliver twist....one more quick question if you don't mind...... how easy is it to get a job outside aussie....with employers willing to relocate one?

Cos I see most jobs are restricted to aussie nationals & others with aussie working authorization.... grin
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Mcslize: 9:52pm On Feb 23
jabberjawz:



Ok thanks Boss...... just like Oliver twist....one more quick question if you don't mind...... how easy is it to get a job outside aussie....with employers willing to relocate one?

Cos I see most jobs are restricted to aussie nationals & others with aussie working authorization.... grin

It is 99% impossible for those outside Australia.

Most employers don't sponsor work permit visa for applicants outside the country cuz before employers give you job, they will ask of your status.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by jabberjawz: 11:33am On Feb 24
Mcslize:


It is 99% impossible for those outside Australia.

Most employers don't sponsor work permit visa for applicants outside the country cuz before employers give you job, they will ask of your status.





Thanks for the feedback bro.... we will see what we can do about it....... grin

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