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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by NHQGUY: 6:45pm On Jun 16
BADNEAT:
civil engineer
Nsw nomination

Cool.
I checked their website, nominations are for people currently resident in the district already.
Is there something I am not seeing?
I really need to see if I can get an offshore nomination.
The only district from my research offering nomination to people offshore is the Northern Territory but looks like it’s currently on hold.
I’ll really appreciate more insight.
Occupation: Valuer.
Thanks.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by ictmikky(m): 9:46pm On Jun 16
NHQGUY:


Cool.
I checked their website, nominations are for people currently resident in the district already.
Is there something I am not seeing?
I really need to see if I can get an offshore nomination.
The only district from my research offering nomination to people offshore is the Northern Territory but looks like it’s currently on hold.
I’ll really appreciate more insight.
Occupation: Valuer.
Thanks.

The guy is in Australia already. So he's an onshore applicant
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by NHQGUY: 7:24am On Jun 18
ictmikky:


The guy is in Australia already. So he's an onshore applicant

Ok, thanks for the response.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by LondonBook: 3:29pm On Jun 20
Please explain this.
"You can only claim points for employment if the employment was in your nominated skilled occupation or a closely related skilled occupation; and you were employed for the relevant periods set out in the table, in the 10 years before you are invited to apply. "

The experience was not assessed when doing the assessment with VetAssess in 2019. Just the occupation was successfully assessed with the necessary 2yrs that accompanied the AQF Cert III as Cook.

There's employment of over 4yrs in the ANZSCO Unit Group but part of it was used for assessment on VetAssess. In the Australian skilled employment – (in Australia):, can the 4yrs Australian be used for claiming the 3 to 5yrs Australian experience point of 10 or does it mean the experience after VetAssess removed their 2years work experience from the 4 yrs ?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by LondonBook: 3:35am On Jun 21
Engineering Technologies is skill level 1. Using HND will come out negative.
tunlex01:

In most cases, it’s always engineering technologist not a professional engineer. Which occupation/Anzsco code are you nominating?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by LondonBook: 3:42am On Jun 21
Electrician assessment is tough most especially with TRA. Also, you will need to go for another stage of assessment in South Africa or UK before you can be successfully assessed as Electrician. If you can find draftsperson Assessment or similar, you should have it better.
2021new:

I have pgd in electrical /electronics engineering.
I don't understand what you mean by fitter occupation.
TRA looks more like trade test when I look it up so am a bit confused
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by LondonBook: 3:52am On Jun 21
Follow the Civil Engineering especially if your first degree is not in QSV and if your experience is not in verifiable QSV
Kahngor:
please im new here and i want to make enquiries about the processing.
Name:kunle adeboboye
Qualification:ND,HND,B.ENGR(evaluated HND and ND)
Courses studied: quantity surveying and civil engineering
Please advise on way forward @bellong, tunlex
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by LondonBook: 3:54am On Jun 21
Look into motor mechanic.
Decentdave:
Good pm House
I studied Mechanical engineering from yabatech. Meaning I have HND .I also have a British certificate the city and guilds(Level 3,4 and 5) .I had worked in a multinational company as a trainee for 18months. Then I was given permanent employment after the training in which I had worked and am still currently working for 4years as a process technician. I am 29yrs of age. What are my chances
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by LondonBook: 4:50am On Jun 21
Use BSc only if your 5yrs experience started before or during the MSc. and the BSc must be 5yrs or from Tier 1.
Dellybamss:
I am 30
I have a Bsc and Msc in Mechanical Engineering
5 years working experience as a mechanical engineer.
Expecting IELTS results.

Pls what next?
How do I assess my academic qualifications?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by LondonBook: 4:54am On Jun 21
Don't bother about Accounting for Skilled Migration to Australia. Although you may look towards study route if Australia is your thing by taking a program that is always going to be important in the next fews years by the time you graduate. Also, make sure the program would not need more than 1yr experience or the one that wouldn't need work experience at all (Engineering blokes are lucky with this). Even as said, you will still struggle with a lot of things to catch up with being nominated.
omotola90:
Good evening people of God... I greet you heartily wink. I'm a newcomer on this thread... I'll like you guys to really help me on my quest.. I have a savings of five million naira.. I'm not married yet and I'm a civil servant.
I have a higher national diploma (HND) in accounting and almost through with my professional exam(ican) , please house, what are my chances as I want to relocate to Australia... N. B -i don't know jack about this travelling stuff... I'll appreciate if you guys can put me through... Thank you
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by vikmeek: 12:00pm On Jun 21
Hello,

Is it possible to get positive assessment with Vetasses for 2 yrs Nigerian experience 2015 to 2017??

Will they give positive assessment with B.Eng and overseas 2 yrs experience?

One of my contacts said any overseas degree of BSc must be followed with Atleast 4 yrs experience before a positive outcome is assured. Is this true? I’m assessing as a Project Administrator or Contractor Administrator
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Louis09: 3:18pm On Jun 21
Hello People,

This is my first time here. I have gone through the previous chat and here is my profile.

Female
Age- 34
Degree - M Art Human Resource Management (University of Hertfordshire UK) , CIPD (UK)
Work Experience - Human Resources, Currently a manager with total 8 years of experience
Status - Married
IELTS - 7.5

Spouse
Age - 34
Degree - MSc Business Psychology (University of London)
IELTs - 7.5
Work Experience - Educational Consultant for a UK university


I have checked, and I noticed both Jobs are on the sight132311: Human Resource Manager and 272312: Educational Psychologist

Please what is the next process? I will really appreciate any help or insight. Thank you
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by HEADYWORLD(m): 3:47pm On Jun 21
Hello all, I am about to start my TRA assessment and I will need to make some enquiry? Please if there js anybody I can talk to directly to guide me through this process.

Will send my transcript to TRA or I will send a scan copy and I also have city and guilds of london which I intend to use instead of my national diploma, is it acceptable?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by maintainG: 7:18pm On Jun 21
Vetassess assess minimum of 1 year work experience
I don't know where your contact got the information from
Everything you need regarding requirement is in their website. Follow the requirements and organise your documents for assessment

vikmeek:
Hello,

Is it possible to get positive assessment with Vetasses for 2 yrs Nigerian experience 2015 to 2017??

Will they give positive assessment with B.Eng and overseas 2 yrs experience?

One of my contacts said any overseas degree of BSc must be followed with Atleast 4 yrs experience before a positive outcome is assured. Is this true? I’m assessing as a Project Administrator or Contractor Administrator
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by maintainG: 7:18pm On Jun 21
Check TRA website for requirements
HEADYWORLD:
Hello all, I am about to start my TRA assessment and I will need to make some enquiry? Please if there js anybody I can talk to directly to guide me through this process.

Will send my transcript to TRA or I will send a scan copy and I also have city and guilds of london which I intend to use instead of my national diploma, is it acceptable?

Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Decentdave(m): 10:14pm On Jun 21
HEADYWORLD:
Hello all, I am about to start my TRA assessment and I will need to make some enquiry? Please if there js anybody I can talk to directly to guide me through this process.

Will send my transcript to TRA or I will send a scan copy and I also have city and guilds of london which I intend to use instead of my national diploma, is it acceptable?

I guess city and guilds alone is enough for the assessment as it contains some subject termed IVQ in ***
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by LondonBook: 8:45am On Jun 22
Please... What I want to know is this, the Australian experience was not assessed for points with vetassess but just the qualification and the important 3 years post study experience needed to have a positive outcome. Do you think DHA will approve points for the new "unassessed" Australian experience gotten years after the assessment?
LondonBook:
Please explain this.
"You can only claim points for employment if the employment was in your nominated skilled occupation or a closely related skilled occupation; and you were employed for the relevant periods set out in the table, in the 10 years before you are invited to apply. "

The experience was not assessed when doing the assessment with VetAssess in 2019. Just the occupation was successfully assessed with the necessary 2yrs that accompanied the AQF Cert III as Cook.

There's employment of over 4yrs in the ANZSCO Unit Group but part of it was used for assessment on VetAssess. In the Australian skilled employment – (in Australia):, can the 4yrs Australian be used for claiming the 3 to 5yrs Australian experience point of 10 or does it mean the experience after VetAssess removed their 2years work experience from the 4 yrs ?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by LondonBook: 9:49am On Jun 22
Please how long did this take and how much was charged ***asking for a friend ***
bellong:


I forgot to add that there is an administrative fee. You will be told when you call.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by OpethomElectric: 4:35pm On Jun 22
Good day peeps! Am 32 years, single, medical doctor with 5 years work experience, IELTS GT LRWS 8.5/9/7.5/7.5. Assessment as a doctor could be a long thing, and I will appreciate advice on the options I have for a quick invitation to apply.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 4:49am On Jun 23
Louis09:
Hello People,

This is my first time here. I have gone through the previous chat and here is my profile.

Female
Age- 34
Degree - M Art Human Resource Management (University of Hertfordshire UK) , CIPD (UK)
Work Experience - Human Resources, Currently a manager with total 8 years of experience
Status - Married
IELTS - 7.5

Spouse
Age - 34
Degree - MSc Business Psychology (University of London)
IELTs - 7.5
Work Experience - Educational Consultant for a UK university


I have checked, and I noticed both Jobs are on the sight132311: Human Resource Manager and 272312: Educational Psychologist

Please what is the next process? I will really appreciate any help or insight. Thank you

You can assess for human resource manager. Your husband is working as an educational consultant which is quite different from educational psychologist except he has had prior experience as an educational psychologist in the last 10 years. He will not get a positive assessment for educational psychology.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 4:50am On Jun 23
OpethomElectric:
Good day peeps! Am 32 years, single, medical doctor with 5 years work experience, IELTS GT LRWS 8.5/9/7.5/7.5. Assessment as a doctor could be a long thing, and I will appreciate advice on the options I have for a quick invitation to apply.

Are you also an electrician?

I will advice that you write PLAB, work in the UK for one year and then use that to move to Australia.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 4:52am On Jun 23
LondonBook:
Please how long did this take and how much was charged ***asking for a friend ***

I wasn't the one who requested, BADNEAT did. I don't know the amount charged but the letter will be reissued same day or next depending on the time you request for the letter.

Regards
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 4:56am On Jun 23
LondonBook:
Please... What I want to know is this, the Australian experience was not assessed for points with vetassess but just the qualification and the important 3 years post study experience needed to have a positive outcome. Do you think DHA will approve points for the new "unassessed" Australian experience gotten years after the assessment?

So I understand you, your assessment was completed using the first 3 years of work experience prior to having Australian experience right?

If that is so, all experience post assessment that are within the same occupation will count towards experience points. Yes, you can use them for Australian experience points if gotten within Australia.

In your assessment outcome letter, VETASSES would have noted two things at least
1. One year qualifying experience deducted from your experience.
2. Experiences not relevant to occupation being assessed will not count towards the assessment.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by BADNEAT(m): 5:35am On Jun 23
bellong:


I wasn't the one who requested, BADNEAT did. I don't know the amount charged but the letter will be reissued same day or next depending on the time you request for the letter.

Regards
Having an error while trying to lodge ..
I’m not claiming work experience, do I still need to fill out my work history ??
Because bit brings up an error after ticking experience in the last ten years and clicking next
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by BADNEAT(m): 5:38am On Jun 23
LondonBook:
Please how long did this take and how much was charged ***asking for a friend ***
it’s case on a case by case basis .. I suggest you email them and follow their directive… btw the fee is about 140$, but you have to pay the who $800+ in full and then get refunded afterwards
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by LondonBook: 1:33pm On Jun 23
Thanks for this reply. The assessment was for Commercial Cookery and it came out positive in 2019 (that time, there was need to have (Nigerian Diploma = AQF Cert III with 3 years experience). As at the time of assessing it in 2019, it was about 4yrs experience so no work experience point was given. Now that there is an extra 3yrs Australian experience [Same work Place and Same Cook], do you think 10points for 3yrs Australian experience is claimable when submitted to DHA without asking for the experience to be assessed by Assessing body ? Thank you for your time.
bellong:


So I understand you, your assessment was completed using the first 3 years of work experience prior to having Australian experience right?

If that is so, all experience post assessment that are within the same occupation will count towards experience points. Yes, you can use them for Australian experience points if gotten within Australia.

In your assessment outcome letter, VETASSES would have noted two things at least
1. One year qualifying experience deducted from your experience.
2. Experiences not relevant to occupation being assessed will not count towards the assessment.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by LondonBook: 1:37pm On Jun 23
Thank you.
BADNEAT:
it’s case on a case by case basis .. I suggest you email them and follow their directive… btw the fee is about 140$, but you have to pay the who $800+ in full and then get refunded afterwards
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 7:40am On Jun 24
LondonBook:
Thanks for this reply. The assessment was for Commercial Cookery and it came out positive in 2019 (that time, there was need to have (Nigerian Diploma = AQF Cert III with 3 years experience). As at the time of assessing it in 2019, it was about 4yrs experience so no work experience point was given. Now that there is an extra 3yrs Australian experience [Same work Place and Same Cook], do you think 10points for 3yrs Australian experience is claimable when submitted to DHA without asking for the experience to be assessed by Assessing body ? Thank you for your time.

Yes, you can claim 10 points since you are still in the same occupation and same workplace.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 7:43am On Jun 24
BADNEAT:
Having an error while trying to lodge ..
I’m not claiming work experience, do I still need to fill out my work history ??
Because bit brings up an error after ticking experience in the last ten years and clicking next

Don't tick you have experience in the last 10 years. Tick no to it.

Alternatively, put in the experience you have and tick not relevant so it will not count towards experience point.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by izang87(m): 6:31pm On Jun 24
@tunlex01, @bellong and others please I will appreciate your suggestions.

izang87:
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 bellong: 12:42am On Jun 25
izang87:
@tunlex01, @bellong and others please I will appreciate your suggestions.


No, don't keep them out of the application. The process to apply for spousal visa is strenuous and more expensive aside that it takes very long time except you are very lucky.

They don't have to go with you once visa is approved, only have to activate the visa on or before the deadline for arrival day.

Whatever you do, don't leave them out of your application.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by BADNEAT(m): 3:49am On Jun 25
bellong:


Don't tick you have experience in the last 10 years. Tick no to it.

Alternatively, put in the experience you have and tick not relevant so it will not count towards experience point.
thanks

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