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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by ictmikky(m): 12:30pm On May 17
Decentdave:
Pls How much did u pay for ur TRA assessment

It's been 1000AUD. Please, confirm if it's still so.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by ictmikky(m): 12:36pm On May 17
Schile:
Hello All
I need clarification on the following;
Part of TRA pay evidences says 3 payslips and bank statements.

Am I to show 3 payslips from any 3months for each employer?

Also the bank statements didn't specify from what time to what time. Am I to show bank statements for each year of employment or just one bank statement per employer?

Kindly advise

Not for any employer but every work year claimed. You provide any 3 month payslips as well as bank statement per year.

You're not expected to send payslips and bank statements from Jan to Dec. You can pick them randomly just send for 3 months only per year. E.g. Jan to Mar or Feb, July and September, etc.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by jayglory: 5:37pm On May 17
Hello all,

I had previously assessed with vetassess but got a negative outcome on grounds that my academic qualification is not highly relevant to my nominated occupation. Given this, I need to have 2 years of work experience in that occupation to be eligible for a positive assessment.

The concern I have now is if I can combine my work experiences from different organizations to make it 2 years? My employment duration is as follow:

previous organization - 1 year & 7 months
current organization - 5+ months

As shown in the screenshot attached, vetassess says a full calendar year of employment is required. Does this mean my current employment has to be a year before I can use it?

Kindly advise. Thank you

Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by luvluvluv: 10:29pm On May 17
bligs:

You express registration of interest to state/regional area, get a nomination then use your nomination to apply for 190/491. Sadly all states except Tasmania nomination for offshore applicants are on hold till further notice.
PS: Conditions for nomination varies according to states.

I thought some guys recently got SA pre invite?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Andyoa(m): 6:12am On May 18
Please do we have Nigeria doctors who are in the process of Australian PR or have completed the process. Biko! Edakun! I need guidance my brothers and sisters.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by muhammedhammed: 8:45am On May 18
Hello, I am about to submitt EOI for 189, IELTS (LSRW: 8.5,6.5,7.5,6.5) is this okay? and what is the current points for 189?
yungmin:
Greetings to the house. Just a little update on my journey so far:

I just submitted EOI for 189, 190 & 491 subclasses.

Points:
189 - 65pts
190 - 70pts
491 - 80pts.

Nominated occupation - Civil Engineer.

Though I currently have no points for English because I scored 6.5 in speaking which I intend to write again.

I hope I have a chance....

Peace!
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bligs: 9:24am On May 18
luvluvluv:


I thought some guys recently got SA pre invite?
Those with existing EOI and not new applicants as updated on the 11th.
https://migration.sa.gov.au/news-events/skilled-migration-program-update-may-2021
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by yungmin: 11:50am On May 18
muhammedhammed:
Hello, I am about to submitt EOI for 189, IELTS (LSRW: 8.5,6.5,7.5,6.5) is this okay? and what is the current points for 189?

I guess you are okay if you have completed your skill assessment. Also note that your points depends on other factors like your age, years of work experience in and outside Australia, marital status. However, just know that you would not score any point from language based on your IELTS score. You should prepare to write again to have 7 minimum across.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by izang87(m): 12:14pm On May 18
Good day everyone. .

I intend to initiate the process for australia skilled migration Visa 189, 190 or 491.

@tunlex01, @bellong and others please I will appreciate your contributions to my questions.

1. Can I go ahead and process the PR alone without my family?
With the hope that I will eventually process theirs after settling in.

2. How easy will it be to process their visas in future?

I hold a B.Sc Mechanical engineering (2011) and a Masters of engineering management (2018) both from the university of Ibadan.
I have 8 years of maintenance experience.
I am 34 years old.
Married with a 3 year old son.
I intend to opt for the Fitter(General) using TRA for evaluation.
Yet to write IELTS.

My wife is 33 years old and has 6 years experience as a lecturer with a Ph.D in view.

Thanks.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by sojeokeowo2014: 2:01pm On May 18
Good Afternoon my people,
Can I use ordinary national diploma certificate or transcript for my educational evidence since TRA is asking for minimum of diploma
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by muhammedhammed: 4:06pm On May 18
Many thanks for your response, could you please share your mail address...i can send CDR to you for review.
yungmin:


I guess you are okay if you have completed your skill assessment. Also note that your points depends on other factors like your age, years of work experience in and outside Australia, marital status. However, just know that you would not score any point from language based on your IELTS score. You should prepare to write again to have 7 minimum across.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by yungmin: 8:41pm On May 18
muhammedhammed:
Many thanks for your response, could you please share your mail address...i can send CDR to you for review.

tekpejereme@yahoo.com
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Nigerianmigrant: 8:54pm On May 18
Hello everyone,I’m new here I would like to process the skilled immigration, I studied Animal nutrition and I’m 26 years of age with no work experience apart from my NYSC please I would love to know if there are any suggestions or advice for me,I’m also considering going for my PGD in Australia just trying to know my best bet that suits my current status,please advise me ��
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Nobody: 9:04pm On May 18
Hello, good day.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by LinoBawse(m): 10:20am On May 19
[quote author=RealtorOtabor post=101828421]Hello, good day.
I just started my application for PR in Australia.
Occupation: Valuer.
Submitted my Documents to VETASSESS, having some issues making payment but pretty sure I will get pass the stage.
Planning on taking the IELTS test with my wife in July.
Will try to keep up with this trend to get information and share same that could be helpful.


If you don’t mind, I’ have a material that assists you in passing the IELTS Test once and blast it with all at least 8points

By just following a guide and being shown HOW to do that at a very little FEE.

If you interested kindly reach out.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by u3fine(m): 11:38am On May 19
[quote author=LinoBawse post=101843247][/quote]
interested
ralphonari@hotmail.com
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by LinoBawse(m): 12:53pm On May 19
u3fine:

interested
ralphonari@hotmail.com

Hit me up on WhatsApp 09058049910
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by muhammedhammed: 2:41pm On May 19
Sent.
yungmin:


tekpejereme@yahoo.com
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Joyfulgal: 3:19pm On May 19
Veevii:
Good morning good people.
I have been reading but don't even know how to go about anything because my work experience doesn't really tally with my education. I need someone to help analyse my data for me and also advice on the way forward so I can start putting things in place.

Bsc. Biochemistry (2014) Uniport
MSc. Occupational health and safety (2019-2020) degree in view. Uniport.
Experience : Npower teacher (August 2018 - date), Medical representative (September 2018 - date)
Married (2 kids)
Haven't written IELTs


Good afternoon, please don't be offended. I stumbled on this while searching for MSc in safety.

Have you completed your MSc?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Veevii: 4:04pm On May 20
Good afternoon. Yes i am done. Currently on my PhD in occupational health and safety.
Joyfulgal:


Good afternoon, please don't be offended. I stumbled on this while searching for MSc in safety.

Have you completed your MSc?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Joyfulgal: 4:18pm On May 20
Veevii:
Good afternoon. Yes i am done. Currently on my PhD in occupational health and safety.

Thanks for the response. I have my first degree in a chemical engineering with a CGPA of above 3.00.

Do I need a PGD before switching?
How was the MSC(WAS THE MSC COMPLETED WITHIN 24 MONTHS?)
ANY IDEA WHEN UNIPORT WILL BEGIN SALES OF FORM?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Veevii: 4:32pm On May 20
Joyfulgal:


Thanks for the response. I have my first degree in a chemical engineering with a CGPA of above 3.00.

Do I need a PGD before switching?
How was the MSC(WAS THE MSC COMPLETED WITHIN 24 MONTHS?)
ANY IDEA WHEN UNIPORT WILL BEGIN SALES OF FORM?
I believe 3.0 is 2:2 so it will be accepted. The MSc is a 1yr program. 6 months course work and 6 months internship. During the course of your internship, you do your research project. The next batch should be starting by November, so you can get the form before then.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Joyfulgal: 5:48pm On May 20
Veevii:

I believe 3.0 is 2:2 so it will be accepted. The MSc is a 1yr program. 6 months course work and 6 months internship. During the course of your internship, you do your research project. The next batch should be starting by November, so you can get the form before then.


Thank u.

Centre is COHSE UNIPORT?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by DJMJ(m): 6:46pm On May 20
sojeokeowo2014:
Good Afternoon my people,
Can I use ordinary national diploma certificate or transcript for my educational evidence since TRA is asking for minimum of diploma

As regard OND, VETASSESS assess it as certificate IV, while HND as advanced diploma, based on my own outcome. So OND will not pass as AQF diploma.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Veevii: 11:23am On May 21
Joyfulgal:



Thank u.

Centre is COHSE UNIPORT?
Yes it is.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by sojeokeowo2014: 3:44pm On May 21
DJMJ:

Thanks for reply, if am using HND will I still submit my OND with it.


As regard OND, VETASSESS assess it as certificate IV, while HND as advanced diploma, based on my own outcome. So OND will not pass as AQF diploma.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by DJMJ(m): 7:16am On May 22
[quote author=sojeokeowo2014 post=101922981][/quote]
Yes, I think so, I submitted everything, even my master's, and I got positive result. Master's assessed as master's, HND advanced Diploma
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Bkoks: 12:21am On May 23
Hello,

I’m planning to submit my documents as a valuer as well. I want to submit last 6 months pay slips and 6 months statement of account. However, I’m not sure work place will give me their tax clearance, I hope that is not an issue.
toayojj:


Just to encourage us all on this journey. I assessed with VETASSESS for Valuer.

I applied for priority process,
paid on 11th of September 2020
got receipt on 14th Septemeber 2020
got a mail from VETASSESS approving that I was eligible for priority process 16th September 2020
got my positive outcome letter on 19th September 2020 (date on the letter was even 17th September 2020).

I claimed 11 years plus (including NYSC) work experience, but got 9 years as positive. NYSC wasn't considered and 1 year from my experience (1st employment) was used to calculate the qualifying period required to meet the skill level of the nominated or closely related ANZCO occupation.

meaning, if all is in order, the assessment process is done speedily. I was actually looking forward to September 30th, 2020 (considering the 10 business days timeline for priority process) for the outcome letter and it happened in 4days.

I wish us all the best in the process!
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Trinity33(m): 5:46am On May 23
Goodmorning great people, please is anybody coming from the USA to Nigerian soon, or you know anybody coming from USA to Nigerian soon, please and please quote me let me contact you.
A phone was to be sent to me, but the cost of shipping was really on the high side, i tried to use DHL, or if you know any other cheap courier please. Thanks my people, one love.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Nobody: 11:49am On May 23
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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by toayojj: 1:51pm On May 23
Hello RealtorOtabor

You should have a positive assessment - all docs/info assumed to be appropriately submitted.

Also, still in the pool for VISA 189, VISAs 190 & 491 for territories that have Valuer on their occupation list.

All the best!

RealtorOtabor:


Hello, will really love an update from you considering that I just started same process as a Valuer. I successfully submitted and paid three days ago.
I graduated from the University of Nigeria, course of study: Estate Management.
I have 7years work experience as an Estate Surveyor & Valuer also have all my certification from NIESV and ESVARBON.
I am hoping for a positive result.
Looking forward to hearing from you as I will like to know your progress.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by toayojj: 2:06pm On May 23
Hello Bkoks

Your payslip and/or evidence of Pension should suffice. Tax should be the one the Company is remitting on your behalf (PAYE).

I did not include bank statements for employment - Just Payslips.

I also have self employment - invoices, bank statements and tax certificate were submitted.

All the best!

Bkoks:
Hello,

I’m planning to submit my documents as a valuer as well. I want to submit last 6 months pay slips and 6 months statement of account. However, I’m not sure work place will give me their tax clearance, I hope that is not an issue.

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