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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 12:06am On Mar 08
Redef:
Good evening everyone,
For someone with bsc in accounting from Nigeria msc in social work in uk can i get a positive assessment from AASW for skill shortage visa?
Do you have up to 3 years experience as a social worker? Have you gone through the AASW assessment requirements ?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 12:07am On Mar 08
crestedsol:
Natural and Physical Science Professionals nec

Applicants should include a cover letter that justifies the rationale for choosing an nec category. Does anyone have an idea of how to write this cover letter so one could nominate himself in the occupation category listed above? I am a Material scientist with 5years of working experience.
There is no standard format.
It just for you to highlight your experience and detail why you are choosing this occupation. A one page letter is fine
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Mbigtime: 4:42am On Mar 08
Good morning,
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by donpaulo44(m): 2:05pm On Mar 11
Good day people. Please I need an assistance on my wife’s PR application. She’s already onshore on a students visa and wants to apply for a PR visa ASAP. She has BSc in Microbiology and wants to assess as a Quality Assurance Manager as she worked in that capacity in Nigeria before she left.
So I want to ask if Vetassess will give her a positive assessment on that skill with a microbiology degree.

Thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Nobody: 4:51pm On Mar 11
Eviana:


Glad to see you making moves as you told me.
It is time to go for PhD. I got one university in Mobile after I checked very well again, but the tuition is killing. I will need your advice on this one. I have a plan, but I am not sure if it is a good one. I think you can advise me better. Really, I need your counsel to make up my mind. I can't move past it for over 2 weeks I have been struggling if I should go for it or not. I have this week to decide and send my application. Please, when are free? I need this.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Xkoba: 5:41pm On Mar 11
Quality Assurance Manager is a broad profession. So, any
Science-based discipline can fit. The most important factor for a positive outcome from Vetasses is the job description and the organogram indicating the position for the applicant.
[q1uote author=donpaulo44 post=99797006]Good day people. Please I need an assistance on my wife’s PR application. She’s already onshore on a students visa and wants to apply for a PR visa ASAP. She has BSc in Microbiology and wants to assess as a Quality Assurance Manager as she worked in that capacity in Nigeria before she left.
So I want to ask if Vetassess will give her a positive assessment on that skill with a microbiology degree.

Thanks [/quote]
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Redef: 9:03pm On Mar 11
tunlex01:

Do you have up to 3 years experience as a social worker? Have you gone through the AASW assessment requirements ?
I have 1 year experience from my placement during the masters.please can you share the link for AASW assessment requirements?
Thank you
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by derommyvent: 7:13am On Mar 12
afrobaby:


Thanks for your response. I won't pick system administrator, I will likely pick 263212 ICT SUPPORT ENGINEER. I still have a long way to go though. Still need to process my transcript to submit to ACS and I don't know how long oou will process it especially now that there is COVID

Good morning, please have you been able to request for your transcript if yes, how did you go about it, also ACS? I also graduated from oou....computer science.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Jayboi(m): 8:17am On Mar 13
Hello everyone. I'm new on this.
I have B tech in Elect Elect. 35yrs of age.
Eights years plus experience as an electrical engr in a state ministry.
Also coren registered but don't know if it ll help.
Married but going alone for now
Yet to do IELTS but hopefully in the next three months and aiming for 8.
What are my chances. I did the scoring I got 75 in the 189 category and 85 in the 491 category.
I have gone thru the website u gave but don't seem to av a headway. How do I get to that aspect of seeing those im competing with?
I also found out I'm to be accessed by EA. Pls what is the financial implications of this assessment?

I would really be grateful for replies. God bless us all.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Redef: 5:07pm On Mar 14
Redef:

I have 1 year experience from my placement during the masters.please can you share the link for AASW assessment requirements?
Thank you

Please help reply.Thank you
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by donpaulo44(m): 11:27pm On Mar 14
[/quote][quote author=Xkoba post=99802260]Quality Assurance Manager is a broad profession. So, any
Science-based discipline can fit. The most important factor for a positive outcome from Vetasses is the job description and the organogram indicating the position for the applicant.

Thanks for this response.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 9:06am On Mar 15
Redef:

I have 1 year experience from my placement during the masters.please can you share the link for AASW assessment requirements?
Thank you

https://www.aasw.asn.au/
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 9:09am On Mar 15
donpaulo44:
Good day people. Please I need an assistance on my wife’s PR application. She’s already onshore on a students visa and wants to apply for a PR visa ASAP. She has BSc in Microbiology and wants to assess as a Quality Assurance Manager as she worked in that capacity in Nigeria before she left.
So I want to ask if Vetassess will give her a positive assessment on that skill with a microbiology degree.

Thanks
Quality assurance is a level 1 occupation.
AQF level is also important asides from the job descriptions and organogram especially with level 1 occupations.
Which university did you wife graduate from? And was it a 4 or 5 year course?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 9:17am On Mar 15
Jayboi:
Hello everyone. I'm new on this.
I have B tech in Elect Elect. 35yrs of age.
Eights years plus experience as an electrical engr in a state ministry.
Also coren registered but don't know if it ll help.
Married but going alone for now
Yet to do IELTS but hopefully in the next three months and aiming for 8.
What are my chances. I did the scoring I got 75 in the 189 category and 85 in the 491 category.
I have gone thru the website u gave but don't seem to av a headway. How do I get to that aspect of seeing those im competing with?
I also found out I'm to be accessed by EA. Pls what is the financial implications of this assessment?

I would really be grateful for replies. God bless us all.
You seem to have a good profile. Hopefully you are able to get 8 in IELTS...that’s a huge feat to achieve which is why most go for PTE.
Recheck your scoring, the difference between 189 and 491 is 15 points not 10 points.
The assessing process and cost for Electrical engineer are available on the EA website.
Technician occupations also have availability than the main engineering roles. You may also want to consider Electrical engineering technician assessed by TRA.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Dude04(m): 10:58am On Mar 15
Hi, I need help from the gurus in the house. my profile:
B.Sc Applied Geophysics from Nigeria
4 years of work experience in a borehole company in Nigeria
M.Sc Geoengineering.
IELT: 8 (L8 R8.5 S8 W7.5)
I recently applied for the 18 months graduate work permit as I am eligible with my M.Sc. the question is do I stand a chance for PR with my profile.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Akeabasi: 5:31pm On Mar 15
@tunlex and other gurus in the house.

Please I need to really understand it.art administrator is a tier 1 occupation which needs a AQF level equivalent qualification but it's also stated that 5 or more years in the skilled occupation can substitute for AQF.
Does it mean if I have more years in the needed occupation without AQF .I'll have positive assessment?

Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Akeabasi: 5:35pm On Mar 15
Please those that had pass through Vetassess and had similar experience.please help.i have attached a screenshot of their information sheet.

Please anyone that understands what they mean especially number 3 and 4 should please explain to me.

Thanks in anticipation
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Tberry212: 5:38pm On Mar 15
Hello, i need help from the experienced people in the house please;

My profile:

Age:35
LLM
7years experience
Though I was paid in cash for few years and I have payslips for others.
IELTS: 7.5(L8, R8.5, S7, W6.5)
Married with 3 kids
Hubby is a web developer which is not part of the 189 vis
Do we have any chance for the Australian PR?
.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Akeabasi: 6:17pm On Mar 15
"Most occupation in this unit group have a level of skill commensurate with a bachelor degree or higher qualification.At least five years of relevant experience may substitute for the formal qualification.In some instances relevant experience and/or on the-job training may be required in addition to the formal qualification (ANZSCO skill level 1)"

This was what I saw then they updated it February this year to the one I attached above.
Please gurus ,I need your assistance
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by donpaulo44(m): 10:57pm On Mar 15
tunlex01:

Quality assurance is a level 1 occupation.
AQF level is also important asides from the job descriptions and organogram especially with level 1 occupations.
Which university did you wife graduate from? And was it a 4 or 5 year course?

It was a 4 year course from IMSU. However, she intends adding her Masters in Public health which she completed in Australia.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by afrobaby(f): 1:22pm On Mar 16
derommyvent:


Good morning, please have you been able to request for your transcript if yes, how did you go about it, also ACS? I also graduated from oou....computer science.

Yes, I was able to process my transcript, I applied online.
However there was a mistake in the transcript, I am waiting for them to fix the error, though they replied they are on strike and will fix as soon as they resume.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by derommyvent: 4:51pm On Mar 16
afrobaby:


Yes, I was able to process my transcript, I applied online.
However there was a mistake in the transcript, I am waiting for them to fix the error, though they replied they are on strike and will fix as soon as they resume.

Thanks for your response, please contact them ASAP because they have resumed.
How long did it take for it to be ready, did you include reference number from ACS when submitting?
Also how about ACS, please can you guide me on how you wrote your reference letter.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 10:19am On Mar 17
Akeabasi:
@tunlex and other gurus in the house.

Please I need to really understand it.art administrator is a tier 1 occupation which needs a AQF level equivalent qualification but it's also stated that 5 or more years in the skilled occupation can substitute for AQF.
Does it mean if I have more years in the needed occupation without AQF .I'll have positive assessment?
Having an AQF Bachelor’s degree is important. If you don’t have that, I’d advise you don’t go for a level 1 occupation. Vetassess in recent times does not deduct 5 years anymore from applicant’s years of experience
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 10:21am On Mar 17
Dude04:
Hi, I need help from the gurus in the house. my profile:
B.Sc Applied Geophysics from Nigeria
4 years of work experience in a borehole company in Nigeria
M.Sc Geoengineering.
IELT: 8 (L8 R8.5 S8 W7.5)
I recently applied for the 18 months graduate work permit as I am eligible with my M.Sc. the question is do I stand a chance for PR with my profile.
If the occupation you select is related to your experience and qualification and you have a positive assessment, you may be eligible for PR or 491 visa.
You didn’t state the occupation you have experience in and the one you are nominating
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 10:27am On Mar 17
donpaulo44:


It was a 4 year course from IMSU. However, she intends adding her Masters in Public health which she completed in Australia.
Even if she add her MSc, Vetassess only considers experience after qualification.
If her first degree was from a tier 1 uni or 5 years ago, those years would have been approved.
Does she have any experience in Quality assurance after her Masters?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 10:30am On Mar 17
Tberry212:
Hello, i need help from the experienced people in the house please;

My profile:

Age:35
LLM
7years experience
Though I was paid in cash for few years and I have payslips for others.
IELTS: 7.5(L8, R8.5, S7, W6.5)
Married with 3 kids
Hubby is a web developer which is not part of the 189 vis
Do we have any chance for the Australian PR?
.


You only stated your highest degree not your experience nor the years you graduated for the degrees
Web developer is a level 1 occupation assessed by ACS. It’s only available for 190 and 491.
Read about those two visa subclass as well.
At the moment, getting a 189 for offshore applicants is far-fetched though still reachable however other visa subsclass like the 491 can also get you in.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Redef: 8:46pm On Mar 17
tunlex01:


https://www.aasw.asn.au/
Thank you for your reply tunlex01
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Tberry212: 8:48pm On Mar 17
Thank you.



tunlex01:

You only stated your highest degree not your experience nor the years you graduated for the degrees
Web developer is a level 1 occupation assessed by ACS. It’s only available for 190 and 491.
Read about those two visa subclass as well.
At the moment, getting a 189 for offshore applicants is far-fetched though still reachable however other visa subsclass like the 491 can also get you in.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by chidima: 12:25pm On Mar 18
I have been reading through this thread, it has been quite encouraging. However, I will need your advice on how to begin. I studied Biology , however, i work as an insurance manager in an insurance company for about 7yrs. What route do you guys think is best for me. Thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Dude04(m): 2:25pm On Mar 18
tunlex01:

If the occupation you select is related to your experience and qualification and you have a positive assessment, you may be eligible for PR or 491 visa.
You didn’t state the occupation you have experience in and the one you are nominating

I have work experience as a Geophysicist, which is from Nigeria. I did my masters in Finland and currently working in IT. Which part do you think I would get a chance in
?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Jayboi(m): 6:51pm On Mar 18
tunlex01:

You seem to have a good profile. Hopefully you are able to get 8 in IELTS...that’s a huge feat to achieve which is why most go for PTE.
Recheck your scoring, the difference between 189 and 491 is 15 points not 10 points.
The assessing process and cost for Electrical engineer are available on the EA website.
Technician occupations also have availability than the main engineering roles. You may also want to consider Electrical engineering technician assessed by TRA.
So grateful for this insight. I ll check other occupations just as u said.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by donpaulo44(m): 9:18pm On Mar 18
tunlex01:

Even if she add her MSc, Vetassess only considers experience after qualification.
If her first degree was from a tier 1 uni or 5 years ago, those years would have been approved.
Does she have any experience in Quality assurance after her Masters?

The experience was before her masters. Although she recently got a job in that role which hasn’t been up to a month.

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