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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by slimy205: 11:20am On Jul 29
Hi moderators, is australia open for off shore civil engineers now?. Because an agent online told me otherwise
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by manneger2: 1:05pm On Aug 02
Hello guyz, pls I have a friend that told me he got permanent resident visa of Australia but uptil now he stil saying because of border closure thats why he has not travel, pls how true is this because I want to find out if truly there is border closure, I have some business with him.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by derommyvent: 4:49pm On Aug 02
manneger2:
Hello guyz, pls I have a friend that told me he got permanent resident visa of Australia but uptil now he stil saying because of border closure thats why he has not travel, pls how true is this because I want to find out if truly there is border closure, I have some business with him.

The border is still closed.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by FutureDon(m): 4:55pm On Aug 02
zeb04:


HI Futuredon,

I am considering going for my PhD in either Canada or Australia and to be fair Ireland too( however i heard funding is peanut).
My only worry with Australia is the distance and the wildlife stuff(spiders, snakes and kangaroo)

Why would you prefer to do a PhD in Australia over any country? how many years was your PhD for and what was it in?

Hello, sorry I was not keeping an eye on this thread. PhD funding in Australia is more generous and they won't overuse you as a PhD student. In the US (and Canada too), you would have to complete a Masters degree which include completing coursework as part of your PhD program. In Australia, you get to do full-time hardcore research, no coursework, no Masters degree, no bullsh**t. This was really appealing to me as I had already completed a MSc before commencing my PhD.

In my opinion, I also think that the quality of life as PhD student in Australia is better than that of US/Canada. You can still have a life and even do causal/PT jobs to make additional money. This is related to how US/Canadian Universities make their PhD students work really hard for the penny the University awarded to them. I interact with PhD students here in my lab in the US and I am really glad I did complete my PhD here. Based on my familiarity with the academic environment in Canada and on my conversation with some PhD students over there, I do think that life as a PhD student in Canada is a lot better. You also have better chances at becoming a permanent resident post-PhD in Australia (Canada too) than the US. Those are the few ones I can think of right now. So my ranking would be Australia, Canada, and Ireland.

Haha, interestingly I did not see any of those weird animals/insects since I lived in a city, except Kangaroos though. They are cool, hehe. I finished my program in ~4years and it was in Neuroscience.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by FutureDon(m): 5:01pm On Aug 02
manneger2:
Hello guyz, pls I have a friend that told me he got permanent resident visa of Australia but uptil now he stil saying because of border closure thats why he has not travel, pls how true is this because I want to find out if truly there is border closure, I have some business with him.

The border is closed. However, Australia citizens and permanent residents are allowed back into the country. It is however very difficult getting flights from Naija to Australia. Perhaps, that's why your friend has not left.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by eyeamdivine: 2:53pm On Aug 03
Hello house, i am just finishing my SSCE and i want to study social work in Australia, Any advise? What documents do i need?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by donpaulo44(m): 12:41am On Aug 04
I have a concern.

I'm using an immigration agent to process my visa (489) since 2019. Since the visa was lodged in August 2019, the application hasn't been looked into and I think it's been a long time since then. Hence I demanded for the login to my immi account and was told I can't have it as he's using a general account for all his clients. So I ask, is this a thing? I thought those accounts are unique to each applicant. So what happens if I need to make an update on the account when I'm done using the agents services
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by ictmikky(m): 5:20pm On Aug 05
I think you should inform Home Affairs. 489 is no longer in use. You should have some proofs that he really lodged an application

donpaulo44:
I have a concern.

I'm using an immigration agent to process my visa (489) since 2019. Since the visa was lodged in August 2019, the application hasn't been looked into and I think it's been a long time since then. Hence I demanded for the login to my immi account and was told I can't have it as he's using a general account for all his clients. So I ask, is this a thing? I thought those accounts are unique to each applicant. So what happens if I need to make an update on the account when I'm done using the agents services

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by NHQGUY: 6:05pm On Aug 07
Just got a response from VETASSESS

POSITIVE!!

Educational level equivalent to AQF Bachelor Degree.

Number of employment years assessed positively 5.82.

Occupation: Valuer.

This feels so good.
Unto the next hurdle.
God be praised.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by donpaulo44(m): 9:49pm On Aug 07
Thanks. He finally sent a proof that the visa was actually lodged. 489 was in use the time the visa was lodged in August 2019. I think it was in November they replaced it with 491. However, they said they’ll attend to all pending 489 cases before scrapping it off entirely.

ictmikky:
I think you should inform Home Affairs. 489 is no longer in use. You should have some proofs that he really lodged an application

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by ictmikky(m): 5:27pm On Aug 08
Ok then, cool.

donpaulo44:
Thanks. He finally sent a proof that the visa was actually lodged. 489 was in use the time the visa was lodged in August 2019. I think it was in November they replaced it with 491. However, they said they’ll attend to all pending 489 cases before scrapping it off entirely.

Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by kokaneprodigy(m): 8:44am On Aug 09
donpaulo44:
Thanks. He finally sent a proof that the visa was actually lodged. 489 was in use the time the visa was lodged in August 2019. I think it was in November they replaced it with 491. However, they said they’ll attend to all pending 489 cases before scrapping it off entirely.

Can you link me to your agent?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by larryray26(m): 6:00am On Aug 10
What could be wrong if organization sponsoring ones visa for Australia visa can't produce ones HAP ID? The HAP ID is very necessary for Australia visa medicals. How can someone know Australia visa process by a sponsored company is genuine? Pls someone should help
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by DoDirtsLikeWorm(m): 1:40am On Aug 12
NHQGUY:
Just got a response from VETASSESS

POSITIVE!!

Educational level equivalent to AQF Bachelor Degree.

Number of employment years assessed positively 5.82.

Occupation: Valuer.

This feels so good.
Unto the next hurdle.
God be praised.

Congratulations
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by deTimo: 3:19am On Aug 12
Congratulations... The feeling is surreal, right?

Unto the next things


NHQGUY:
Just got a response from VETASSESS

POSITIVE!!

Educational level equivalent to AQF Bachelor Degree.

Number of employment years assessed positively 5.82.

Occupation: Valuer.

This feels so good.
Unto the next hurdle.
God be praised.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by NHQGUY: 3:50pm On Aug 12
Yes o!
Thanks for the congratulatory messages.
My EOR also came back today.
Writing changed from 6.5 to 7.
Will now proceed to lodge an EOI for 189.

Can't wait for nominations for offshore applicants to commence. This Covid wahala self.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by muhammedhammed: 8:10pm On Aug 12
Nice,
MOD/BC?
When did you submit your EOR?
NHQGUY:
Yes o!
Thanks for the congratulatory messages.
My EOR also came back today.
Writing changed from 6.5 to 7.
Will now proceed to lodge an EOI for 189.

Can't wait for nominations for offshore applicants to commence. This Covid wahala self.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by NHQGUY: 9:27pm On Aug 12
muhammedhammed:
Nice,
MOD/BC?
When did you submit your EOR?

MOD.
I applied on the 25th of June.
Got a mail on 8th of July confirming they've processed and it will uploaded within 3 to 21 days.
Turned out I had to wait till today when I got the email to pick up the result and new TRF.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by muhammedhammed: 10:49pm On Aug 12
Omo! I submitted July 28, got email today Aug 12 that it has been processed…to be uploaded between 2-28 days… na September be that. Lol
NHQGUY:


MOD.
I applied on the 25th of June.
Got a mail on 8th of July confirming they've processed and it will uploaded within 3 to 21 days.
Turned out I had to wait till today when I got the email to pick up the result and new TRF.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by DoDirtsLikeWorm(m): 12:20am On Aug 13
NHQGUY:


MOD.
I applied on the 25th of June.
Got a mail on 8th of July confirming they've processed and it will uploaded within 3 to 21 days.
Turned out I had to wait till today when I got the email to pick up the result and new TRF.

Do u know how much they do IELTS nowadays?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by NHQGUY: 7:00am On Aug 13
muhammedhammed:
Omo! I submitted July 28, got email today Aug 12 that it has been processed…to be uploaded between 2-28 days… na September be that. Lol

Lol...yes, it'll be around that time. Just take your mind off it, the email will come when the result arrives Nigeria and ready for pick up.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by NHQGUY: 7:01am On Aug 13
DoDirtsLikeWorm:


Do u know how much they do IELTS nowadays?

It hasn't changed, it's still 70something Thousand naira.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by DoDirtsLikeWorm(m): 7:55pm On Aug 13
NHQGUY:


It hasn't changed, it's still 70something Thousand naira.
Thanks, this info will go a long Way
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by NHQGUY: 2:31pm On Aug 16
Hello, all.
My family composition is myself, wife and daughter.
In filling out my EOI, this section requires the number of family that will be coming along principal applicant.
My confusion is, do i add my partner in counting (making it two) or just an extra family member (in this case, my daughter).
I'll really appreciate a feedback from the gurus here.
Thanks.

Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by DigitalPriest: 3:46pm On Aug 16
Hello house.

If someone studies Bsc Nursing in Poland, can she sit fo NCLEX-RN while in Poland and can she get Visa through subclass 189?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Putin007: 7:51pm On Aug 16
Good day, pls I am writing my ielts general with MOD, can u pls send me study materials
?
NHQGUY:
Hello, all.
My family composition is myself, wife and daughter.
In filling out my EOI, this section requires the number of family that will be coming along principal applicant.
My confusion is, do i add my partner in counting (making it two) or just an extra family member (in this case, my daughter).
I'll really appreciate a feedback from the gurus here.
Thanks.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by NHQGUY: 8:19pm On Aug 16
Putin007:
Good day, pls I am writing my ielts general with MOD, can u pls send me study materials
?

Really don't have neither did I use materials.
I depended solely on YouTube.
Check them out, particularly Jay's videos, that guy is good.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Goodies1: 5:22am On Aug 17
Putin007:
Good day, pls I am writing my ielts general with MOD, can u pls send me study materials
?

Go to YouTube and search for E2 Language. That's all the material you need in one place.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 1:19pm On Aug 17
slimy205:
Hi moderators, is australia open for off shore civil engineers now?. Because an agent online told me otherwise

not at the moment.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 1:20pm On Aug 17
eyeamdivine:
Hello house, i am just finishing my SSCE and i want to study social work in Australia, Any advise? What documents do i need?
Check the student thread on how to go about that.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 1:22pm On Aug 17
NHQGUY:
Just got a response from VETASSESS

POSITIVE!!

Educational level equivalent to AQF Bachelor Degree.

Number of employment years assessed positively 5.82.

Occupation: Valuer.

This feels so good.
Unto the next hurdle.
God be praised.

Congratulation! If you already have your English result, you should lodge your Expression of Interest (EOI) asap.

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