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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 10:32am On Mar 19
donpaulo44:


The experience was before her masters. Although she recently got a job in that role which hasn’t been up to a month.
She Should keep doing that. when she has one year experience, then she can assess with Vetassess
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 10:33am On Mar 19
chidima:
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

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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
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 10:38am On Mar 19
Dude04:


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
?
Providing this info may help to give a valuable feedback cos I’m confused.

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 Akeabasi: 4:10pm On Mar 19
tunlex01:

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

tunlex01 thank you so much for the clarification.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by amanze54: 5:52am On Mar 22
Please does anyone has first-hand experience of Maritime Crew Visa, this Visa was secured for my colleague along a visiting Visa by an agent to allow him enter Australia by flight given the Crew Visa can not enter by air. I am tempted to take up this option but I want to hear anyone who has experienced this Visa option and the outcome on getting to Australia.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by stifo2012: 4:13am On Mar 23
Dont waste your money on it, its for maritime crew members.

You must:
be outside Australia when you apply
be a crew member or have a current offer to be a crew member on a non-military ship that is taking an international voyage to Australia
not be the holder of a permanent Australian visa

https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/getting-a-visa/visa-listing/maritime-crew-988


amanze54:
Please does anyone has first-hand experience of Maritime Crew Visa, this Visa was secured for my colleague along a visiting Visa by an agent to allow him enter Australia by flight given the Crew Visa can not enter by air. I am tempted to take up this option but I want to hear anyone who has experienced this Visa option and the outcome on getting to Australia.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by amanze54: 6:48am On Mar 23
stifo2012:
Dont waste your money on it, its for maritime crew members.

You must:
be outside Australia when you apply
be a crew member or have a current offer to be a crew member on a non-military ship that is taking an international voyage to Australia
not be the holder of a permanent Australian visa

https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/getting-a-visa/visa-listing/maritime-crew-988



Yeah I know, but the agent secured a crew work along the process. Though what baffled me is the authenticity of all the documents as we verified the visa.
But at the Port of entry I want to evaluate the unforseen challenge that will arise with immigration given the nationality of the Visa holder
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by eyesaswide: 1:40pm On Mar 23
Hello everyone, please who have assessed their skills with engineers Australia? what was the outcome? my husband wants has over 8 years experience as a electrical /plant engineer and an engineering degree from Nigeria
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by stifo2012: 5:32am On Mar 24
Confirm the genuineness of the visa on VEVO.

If indeed he has gotten a job on a ship, then he should be fine.

He/she MUST arrive Australia by ship.

With this visa, you can...
arrive and depart Australia by sea as a crew member of a non-military ship
stay in Australia for as long as you are signed on as a crew member of a non-military ship
only perform work in Australia as a crew member that meets the normal operational requirements of your ship

amanze54:


Yeah I know, but the agent secured a crew work along the process. Though what baffled me is the authenticity of all the documents as we verified the visa.
But at the Port of entry I want to evaluate the unforseen challenge that will arise with immigration given the nationality of the Visa holder
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by stifo2012: 5:35am On Mar 24
Lots of people have been positively assessed by Engineers Australia

Check this

https://www.engineersaustralia.org.au/sites/default/files/2018-04/MSA%20Booklet%20-%20March%202018.pdf


eyesaswide:
Hello everyone, please who have assessed their skills with engineers Australia? what was the outcome? my husband wants has over 8 years experience as a electrical /plant engineer and an engineering degree from Nigeria
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Ajoketofunny: 7:28pm On Mar 24
Please I have tried to check the link for assessment but I seems lost

I am a Public Relations professional
38 years Old
HND mass Communication, MBA
IELTS 8777 LRWS
10 years work experience as a PR professional

My spouse
Journalist
42 years old
HND mass Communication
IELTS 7.5, 8, 6.5 6(LSWR)
10 years work experience as a journalist

Please how do I check eligibility?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by stifo2012: 1:49am On Mar 25
Start by going through the first page and then you will be able to ask specific questions which you will get response to here.

https://www.nairaland.com/4478747/diy-guide-australian-permanent-resident


Ajoketofunny:
Please I have tried to check the link for assessment but I seems lost

I am a Public Relations professional
38 years Old
HND mass Communication, MBA
IELTS 8777 LRWS
10 years work experience as a PR professional

My spouse
Journalist
42 years old
HND mass Communication
IELTS 7.5, 8, 6.5 6(LSWR)
10 years work experience as a journalist

Please how do I check eligibility?

Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 1:51pm On Mar 25
Ajoketofunny:
Please I have tried to check the link for assessment but I seems lost

I am a Public Relations professional
38 years Old
HND mass Communication, MBA
IELTS 8777 LRWS
10 years work experience as a PR professional

My spouse
Journalist
42 years old
HND mass Communication
IELTS 7.5, 8, 6.5 6(LSWR)
10 years work experience as a journalist

Please how do I check eligibility?

HND cannot assess as a PR professional or journalist.
When did you get your MBA?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Ajoketofunny: 3:46pm On Mar 25
tunlex01:

HND cannot assess as a PR professional or journalist.
When did you get your MBA?

I finished my MBA in 2015, I also have a professional Diploma in Public Relations from the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Ayooze(m): 5:02pm On Mar 26
tunlex01:

BTech in Geophysics is far away from Marketing.
Also Pgd is PhD not a Master's. It won't fly.
Your best bet is Canada

Remember you said i dont qualify. i just found out i do.
please watch this video from registered immigration consultants in australia

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hhoQyqYkaWI

i even went to vetesass in charge of marketing evaluation and read the rules i qualify for everything.

Now i am wondering why you discouraged me? because as long as i can prove all the work experience to be at least 3 years post graduation and at least 1 year after my second degree i qualify. this is because i have a second degree related to my occupation.

But if not related again what i need is 5 years work experience randomly and at least 1 year relevant degree to have positive assessment.

also just heard they rarely do deductions as before.

Anyway please check so you don't further discourage others
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Okonowele8(m): 6:52pm On Mar 26
Ayooze:


Remember you said i dont qualify. i just found out i do.
please watch this video from registered immigration consultants in australia

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hhoQyqYkaWI

i even went to vetesass in charge of marketing evaluation and read the rules i qualify for everything.

Now i am wondering why you discouraged me? because as long as i can prove all the work experience to be at least 3 years post graduation and at least 1 year after my second degree i qualify. this is because i have a second degree related to my occupation.

But if not related again what i need is 5 years work experience randomly and at least 1 year relevant degree to have positive assessment.

also just heard they rarely do deductions as before.

Anyway please check so you don't further discourage others

gather all your documents and submit to vetasses kindly give us update when your positive assessment show!

When u waste your money and time you go sabi talk.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Ayooze(m): 11:15am On Mar 30
Lol, no one is fighting you. I gave information based on new findings... its your business if you think only your opinnion is valid

Okonowele8:
gather all your documents and submit to vetasses kindly give us update when your positive assessment show!

When u waste your money and time you go sabi talk.

Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Okonowele8(m): 1:12pm On Mar 30
Ayooze:
Lol, no one is fighting you. I gave information based on new findings... its your business if you think only your opinnion is valid

You sounded as though anybody owed you here.

Your information is trash and I hope u submit your application soonest as i await your outcome. Thank you
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Ayooze(m): 5:15pm On Apr 01
Okonowele8:
You sounded as though anybody owed you here.

Your information is trash and I hope u submit your application soonest as i await your outcome. Thank you


I wonder why you're bitter..... Even the person i was talking to didn't respond like a fool.... telling me waiting for my outcome like our lives are tied together....Control freaks very easy to spot
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 7:08pm On Apr 01
Ayooze:


Remember you said i dont qualify. i just found out i do.
please watch this video from registered immigration consultants in australia

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hhoQyqYkaWI

i even went to vetesass in charge of marketing evaluation and read the rules i qualify for everything.

Now i am wondering why you discouraged me? because as long as i can prove all the work experience to be at least 3 years post graduation and at least 1 year after my second degree i qualify. this is because i have a second degree related to my occupation.

But if not related again what i need is 5 years work experience randomly and at least 1 year relevant degree to have positive assessment.

also just heard they rarely do deductions as before.

Anyway please check so you don't further discourage others

So sorry you felt I discouraged you. That was not the intention.
The intention was for you not to waste your funds.
Your Btech, which university is that from and how many years was the course for?
I still repeat that PgD is not Masters and VETASSES does not interchange both of them.
As regards the video you referred me to, that’s just a general information and more so, most Asian first degrees (Indian precisely) are regarded as a Bachelor degree AQF even when they are 3/4 years. It’s just the way their education is also regarded so it may not apply when an Indian consultant who doesn’t know how Nigerian qualifications are ranked in the AQF. Vetassess rules are slightly different as there are AQF Associate or Bachelors degree which Vetassess follows to the latter.
I believe you have read the information sheet for your occupation. That’s the same way it’s written for most other occupations too especially level 1 occupations.
You heard that Vetassess does not do deduction and I can tell you for free, they still do. Individual qualifications, graduation year and the level of occupation if it’s 1, 2, or 3 also play major roles in the assessment outcome.
Respond to the bolded and good luck in your application

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 7:10pm On Apr 01
Ajoketofunny:


I finished my MBA in 2015, I also have a professional Diploma in Public Relations from the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations
Great!
You can assess then with your MBA.
You should be able to get at least 5 years approved from 2015.
Get your documents and start the process. You should also send your ND, HND and MBA transcripts so it reduces the number of years to be deducted.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by JourneytoEL(f): 8:12pm On Apr 02
Hi, if a family of 2 wants to relocate to Australia, is it best to use an agent or otherwise,
2. How much should they have in their account before relocating?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 8:51am On Apr 03
JourneytoEL:
Hi, if a family of 2 wants to relocate to Australia, is it best to use an agent or otherwise,
2. How much should they have in their account before relocating?
1. Using agent is dependent on the type of visa you are processing.
2. No one can give you an estimate without full information
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Ceceliatoronto: 9:09am On Apr 03
Hi, I have a BSc in geology (2014) and an MSc in petroleum geology (2018). Worked as a technical staff in a university from 2017-2019 and now a lecturer from 2019 to date. What are my chances of applying for an Australian visa and which visa type will be favourable for me. I also have IELTS LRSW= 9, 8.5, 7.5, 7. 28 years and single. Thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by mayo47(m): 9:47am On Apr 03
You can provide your details for further review.
Age: 31 years old
English test result: L7,R7,S7,W6.5
Educational qualifications with dates awarded:
MSc Accounting & Finance June 2015
PG Dip Finance & Management 2012
BSc Economics June 2009
Awarding University(ies)
University of Salford
University of Essex
Babcock University
Course of study
Job title(s) -Business Analyst, Consultant, Strategy Manager
Years of experience - 8
Single
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by JourneytoEL(f): 10:14am On Apr 03
tunlex01:
1. Using agent is dependent on the type of visa you are processing. 2. No one can give you an estimate without full information
the visa is the skilled worker visa type. thanks for the reply
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Ayooze(m): 9:48am On Apr 04
Bro, yes initially i felt so but it changed because there is a lot of truth to it. I have seen how tricky australia process is. The conditions are much, Infact what people say is these days usually people with 90 points only above get invited

My B.tech degree(applied geophysics is from FUTA and its 5 years. PGD (enterpreneurship development) is just one year and almost irrelevant because i dont know how they will evaluate a Diploma...but its the closest degree to my occupation (marketing specialist or analyst) i have 4 years post graduation work experience already and if its not enough i will wait 1 more year hopefully my occupation is still needed then

I am still very much talking the advice you gave me for canada. However i will still try aussie when i get much more concrete information.

Thank you for responding properly to me, I'm sure no one takes the help you provide her for granted


tunlex01:

So sorry you felt I discouraged you. That was not the intention.
The intention was for you not to waste your funds.
Your Btech, which university is that from and how many years was the course for?
I still repeat that PgD is not Masters and VETASSES does not interchange both of them.
As regards the video you referred me to, that’s just a general information and more so, most Asian first degrees (Indian precisely) are regarded as a Bachelor degree AQF even when they are 3/4 years. It’s just the way their education is also regarded so it may not apply when an Indian consultant who doesn’t know how Nigerian qualifications are ranked in the AQF. Vetassess rules are slightly different as there are AQF Associate or Bachelors degree which Vetassess follows to the latter.
I believe you have read the information sheet for your occupation. That’s the same way it’s written for most other occupations too especially level 1 occupations.
You heard that Vetassess does not do deduction and I can tell you for free, they still do. Individual qualifications, graduation year and the level of occupation if it’s 1, 2, or 3 also play major roles in the assessment outcome.
Respond to the bolded and good luck in your application

Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Temmybuky: 2:02am On Apr 05
Hello everyone, please I have some concerns that require the input of experts in the house. I have gotten a positive assessment with EA for Telecom Engineer. However, I have not assessed my years of experience because of the complexity of the process. I only got payslips and an employment letter but I can't get tax clearance or pension slip from the Nigeria company. Although, the company is willing to pay for all those years, but I am concern it will not reflect the years(2013-2018) as it will just be paid this year. Please what can I do?
@bellong
@tunlex01
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Okonowele8(m): 8:38am On Apr 05
Temmybuky:
Hello everyone, please I have some concerns that require the input of experts in the house. I have gotten a positive assessment with EA for Telecom Engineer. However, I have not assessed my years of experience because of the complexity of the process. I only got payslips and an employment letter but I can't get tax clearance or pension slip from the Nigeria company. Although, the company is willing to pay for all those years, but I am concern it will not reflect the years(2013-2018) as it will just be paid this year. Please what can I do?
@bellong
@tunlex01


What about 2018 to date?

No IRS will give you tax clearance certificate of 2018 in 2021 but u can only get receipts of payment. I'm not so sure if it will be sufficient for work experience assessment.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Temmybuky: 8:45am On Apr 05
Okonowele8:


What about 2018 to date?

No IRS will give you tax clearance certificate of 2018 in 2021 but u can only get receipts of payment. I'm not so sure if it will be sufficient for work experience assessment.


Thanks, bro for your response. I left Nigeria in 2018 so I left the company in 2018. I can only claim 2013-2018 if there is tax clearance to show that
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Okonowele8(m): 9:14am On Apr 05
Temmybuky:


Thanks, bro for your response. I left Nigeria in 2018 so I left the company in 2018. I can only claim 2013-2018 if there is tax clearance to show that
oh sorry. But Tax clearance certificate can only be issued for the most recent 3 years that is 2018, 2019 and 2020.

Do you have salary bank account?

Maybe you discuss with the company. I don't think you need to assess your work experience though but you need the documents to show DHA as part of proof of work experience.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by JourneytoEL(f): 1:37pm On Apr 05
tunlex01:

1. Using agent is dependent on the type of visa you are processing.
2. No one can give you an estimate without full information
please, how can i start the process? I have gone through the front page but i can't see any website to apply through, like the official website for immigration applications.

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