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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Azy123(m): 11:28am On May 02
Thanks for pointing it out.

bellong:


She quoted Aussy4life..
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Azy123(m): 11:29am On May 02
Congratulations sir!!!


babahameedah:
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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Nobody: 11:34am On May 02
olumuyiwaoke:
running away how?
I gat you now... we're coming back to develop our pharmaceutical sector. I just submitted for assessment.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by cuteyem(m): 11:38am On May 02
bellong:
@Cuteyem


1. VETASSES will not take secondary school teaching as a consultancy experience. She should get at least one year claimable consultancy experience to have a very high chance for a positive assessment.

2. She should get the paper documents from the school such as offer letter, payslip, superannuation. You need at least one third party evidence.

3. Go to the exams and records department or the section responsible for transcript in your school. Go with your original copy and photocopy. The school will stamp the photocopy as a copy of the original, put in envelope and also stamp the envelope before sending to vetasses.

I am not sure of your permutation to use teaching as a consultancy service. If she gets a positive assessment, you can check the accounting bodies to see if you did the required courses in your program. If you did them, you can get positive assessment, this will add 5marks to your spouse's 65 making 70. You have high chance of being invited.

Thanks sir. Just further clarification on the use of teaching as consultancy:

Vetassess website describes the relevant tasks of an agricultural consultant as follows:

In Australia, there are currently no legal requirements for licensing or registration for the occupation of Agricultural Consultant. An agricultural consultant generally provides advice to clients as an external contracted service. Clients may include farmers, growers, landowners, conservation organisations and public bodies. As an agricultural consultant, you would usually consult on either technical or
business matters. The consultancy may include advice on agricultural systems, crop and pasture science, livestock, nutrition / breeding, or improvement of production, processing and distribution of farm products.
Tasks include:
 Collecting and analysing data and samples of produce, feed, soil and other factors affecting production
 Advising farmers and farm Managers on techniques for improving the production of crops and livestock, and alternative agricultural options
 Advising farmers on issues such as livestock and crop disease, control of pests and weeds, soil improvement, animal husbandry
and feeding programs
 Developing procedures and techniques for solving agricultural problems and improving the efficiency of production

Now my point is, as someone who taught agric in a secondary school (JSS1 to SS2) even if it was technically not consulting, she was imparting knowledge to students on most of these areas above at an intermediate level. Also consider that this would also have included practical training (managing a school farm etc). So if we can as much as possible tailor this experience to meet the requirement in our application, do we not stand a chance?

My 65 point permutation is as follows:
Age -30 points
PTE - Hopeful for 20 points
Qualification -15 points

I have not included any point for work experience (because its not really up to 3 years), however i need to demonstrate relevant work experience to get Vetassess give us a positive assessment. Thanks bro
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Alphadoor: 11:55am On May 02
cuteyem:


If we can as much as possible tailor this experience to meet the requirement in our application, do we not stand a chance? with VETASSESS it's not always a straight shot, however its worth shooting your shot. worth shooting your shot.

My 65 point permutation is as follows:
Age -30 points
PTE - Hopeful for 20 points (its a must)
Qualification -15 points

I have not included any point for work experience (because its not really up to 3 years), however i need to demonstrate relevant work experience to get Vetassess give us a positive assessment. Thanks bro
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Azy123(m): 12:20pm On May 02
It seems there is nothing you can do about your education points so lets look at other things - Experience, English and Partner point ( If married)

Current point

Age....25
Degree----10
Work Exp----5
English---10 (IELTS 7,7,8.5,8.5)

Total was 50..


- Possible point -

Age....25
Degree----10

Work Exp----15

- as you already know 8 yrs of experience is required for this point, ACS need to remove 5 points from your experience. The solution is

1) re- package your reference letter so that the description is according to the ANZSCO description I can help to review it when you are ready. The 2 years will then be acknowledged.

2) You will need to include pre-graduation part time( at least 20 hours per week) experience for 3 years before your graduation date.



English---15

- Give PTE a try. With this your IELTS score you will get 20 points in PTE

[b]Partner Point
- 5 points

- I don't know if you are married or not but it is worth exploring. You can get 5 points from this.
even if you are not married you can use de facto relationship if the relationship is more than a year and u get some evidence to show that it is indeed more than a year.

Total will be 75

Just keep pushing bro, as you can see it is still possible.

buzu84:




Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by cuteyem(m): 12:54pm On May 02
Also. I understand that the financial year 2018 - 2019 begins from 1st of July 2018 and that a number of changes might occur (a number of occupations may be taken out of the mltssl). Last year about 200 occupations were taken out. Based on this is it advisable to proceed still or do we just wait to see the new list? (that is for those of us still in the early stages who might be impacted by changes if they occur)
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by olumuyiwaoke(f): 1:08pm On May 02
when do you intend to write KAPS..
DABMarkNig2019:

I gat you now... we're coming back to develop our pharmaceutical sector. I just submitted for assessment.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Peterolums(m): 1:16pm On May 02
Guys . Pls i just need a little clarifications .
i checked skill select and it seems the last time invitation was done was in March . Non in April . Is that true or am i missing something . if true. Whats the reason. Thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Misoke: 1:17pm On May 02
- as you already know 8 yrs of experience is required for this point, ACS need to remove 5 points from your experience. The solution is

1) re- package your reference letter so that the description is according to the ANZSCO description I can help to review it when you are ready. The 2 years will then be acknowledged.

2) You will need to include pre-graduation part time( at least 20 hours per week) experience for 3 years before your graduation date.



English---15

- Give PTE a try. With this your IELTS score you will get 20 points in PTE

[b]Partner Point
- 5 points

- I don't know if you are married or not but it is worth exploring. You can get 5 points from this.
even if you are not married you can use de facto relationship if the relationship is more than a year and u get some evidence to show that it is indeed more than a year.

Total will be 75

Just keep pushing bro, as you can see it is still possible.

[/quote]


I think u are correct azy123.....review your assessment(follow what he has already explained), add work experiences pre graduation(I.e internships).....try and improve your English scores(you should ace pte with the scores you have in ielts)....once those two variables are worked on your scores should be higher....it will take some money from your pocket and time but it's worth it....good luck!
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by jayooh: 2:21pm On May 02
Peterolums:
Guys . Pls i just need a little clarifications .
i checked skill select and it seems the last time invitation was done was in March . Non in April . Is that true or am i missing something . if true. Whats the reason. Thanks
there were intarion rounds in April, but results are yet to be released. People sure got invited
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Alex1975: 3:35pm On May 02
cuteyem:
Also. I understand that the financial year 2018 - 2019 begins from 1st of July 2018 and that a number of changes might occur (a number of occupations may be taken out of the mltssl). Last year about 200 occupations were taken out. Based on this is it advisable to proceed still or do we just wait to see the new list? (that is for those of us still in the early stages who might be impacted by changes if they occur)
Well I have gotten my band 7.I have decided to wait till after 1-july b4 I assess for any occupation.There is no point dashing Vetasses money when you are not sure your occupation will still be relevant
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Alphadoor: 4:30pm On May 02
Alex1975:
Well I have gotten my band 7.I have decided to wait till after 1-july b4 I assess for any occupation.There is no point dashing Vetasses money when you are not sure your occupation will still be relevant

cuteyem:
Also. I understand that the financial year 2018 - 2019 begins from 1st of July 2018 and that a number of changes might occur (a number of occupations may be taken out of the mltssl). Last year about 200 occupations were taken out. Based on this is it advisable to proceed still or do we just wait to see the new list? (that is for those of us still in the early stages who might be impacted by changes if they occur)

Well!!!!!!!!! this is a knife that cuts both ways.
It depends on the applicant's scenario,
you can either make your move now or wait till July. there are no written rules here

@Alex Band 7 is good but while waiting till July i will advice you free of charge grin to aim for band 8.... it can do a lot of wonders
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by diggy4real: 6:30pm On May 02
Congratulations to aussy4life
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by SegunWamiri(m): 6:41pm On May 02
@ Alphadoor
True. It's a dicey situation. One can wait till after July 1 and still be safe if occupation remains on the list. On the other hand, one can proceed Now and be cut off especially for people whose occupation is being assessed by VETASSESS and or have Nigerian degrees as FAST TRACK is almost impossible for them. Imagine if one's assessment is caught up in VETASSESS' REGULAR processing time of 10 weeks, then comes July 1 and the occupation is taken off the list cry

Meanwhile, no ITA yet let alone Visa application lodged undecided (I guess it is until after this has happened that one becomes entirely secured despite the removal of occupation). Please correct my notion if I am wrong. Cheers


Well!!!!!!!!! this is a knife that cuts both ways.
It depends on the applicant's scenario,
you can either make your move now or wait till July. there are no written rules here

@Alex Band 7 is good but while waiting till July i will advice you free of charge grin to aim for band 8.... it can do a lot of wonders[/quote]
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by diggy4real: 6:42pm On May 02
Congratulations babamaheda... I wish you God's speed in the remaining process.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Alphadoor: 7:36pm On May 02
SegunWamiri:
@ Alphadoor
True. It's a dicey situation. One can wait till after July 1 and still be safe if occupation remains on the list. On the other hand, one can proceed Now and be cut off especially for people whose occupation is being assessed by VETASSESS and or have Nigerian degrees as FAST TRACK is almost impossible for them. Imagine if one's assessment is caught up in VETASSESS' REGULAR processing time of 10 weeks, then comes July 1 and the occupation is taken off the list cry

Meanwhile, no ITA yet let alone Visa application lodged undecided (I guess it is until after this has happened that one becomes entirely secured despite the removal of occupation). [b]Please correct my notion if I

Thanks for elaborating wella .
Almighty VETASSES can't be rushed
Yes Only ITA saves one from removal

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Nobody: 9:55pm On May 02
please fellas in the house, how can someone apply for the category of skill nominated visa instead of the skill independent visa how do i also contact a state or territories to be nominated?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by rosepetraa: 11:01pm On May 02
cuteyem:


Thanks sir. Just further clarification on the use of teaching as consultancy:

Vetassess website describes the relevant tasks of an agricultural consultant as follows:

I
I have not included any point for work experience (because its not really up to 3 years), however i need to demonstrate relevant work experience to get Vetassess give us a positive assessment. Thanks bro

I don't think VETASSES will accept this your theory o.

I have an alternate theory:
What about your wife doing a postgraduate diploma with NTI and assess as a secondary school teacher?

What do you think? I've not really researched this option, but I think it may be better than wasting money with VETASSES
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Lovinggod(f): 11:58pm On May 02
I have gone thru their website but didn't see anywhere proof of fund is stated. Pls help. Thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by diggy4real: 12:07am On May 03
Lovinggod:
I have gone thru their website but didn't see anywhere proof of fund is stated. Pls help. Thanks
This is Australian PR thread and not for student visa. POF is not really needed for Australian PR, but you may be asked by some states to show it and it is not really an issue here. So, I advice you make your case clear so someone can help you out.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by obongkaks: 1:05am On May 03
Yes I checked the site and my degree is not listed as a requirement, however, I have sent ACWA an email and awaiting their response


trastar:


Your degree might be an issue. Did you check Acwa's requirement?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by majiouk2002: 2:03am On May 03
STOWHY:

Thanks for your response,i think i can provide other documents i noticed the C.O is not specifically asking for tax returns they said I should provide more evidence of my employment and they added *evidence**may include but not limited to
Contract
Payslip
Tax returns
Group certificate
Superannuation*

You can also provide your Pension fund certificate or statements.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Nobody: 6:27am On May 03
Alphadoor:

Interesting, what school is this please?
How many years of study?
what occupation did you nominate?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by stepo707: 6:49am On May 03
diggy4real:

This is Australian PR thread and not for student visa. POF is not really needed for Australian PR, but you may be asked by some states to show it and it is not really an issue here. So, I advice you make your case clear so someone can help you out.
Sorry how is POF not an issue here? Do you guys help in arranging one...I need help too
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Alphadoor: 7:30am On May 03
stepo707:

Sorry how is POF not an issue here? Do you guys help in arranging one...I need help too
welll!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!,

It totally depends upon which visa category you are applying for.

Talking about skilled migration visas, there are three important visa categories namely,

· Australia Skilled Independent visa subclass 189

· Australia nominated visa subclass 190

· Australia skilled regional provisional subclass 489

If you are applying for subclass 189, there is no requirement to have minimum funds which you need to show in Australia for skilled Independent subclass 189 visa.


But, it is best advised to have a basic amount of AUD$ 10,000 when you land in Australia because you may need money for house rent, food and travel expense etc.

However, if you are applying for Australia state nominated visa subclass 190 which is a state nomination visa, you might be asked by the Australian Immigration officials to show funds.
Every state under state nomination program has the different immigration requirements.
Each state having its own eligibility criteria ,
Some states like Victoria and New South Wales don’t ask for POF
whereas states like Western Australia, Queensland, requires POF evidence ,
South Australia requires you to declare POF (i.e no evidence required, Just say you have it).

You can check the website of the states nominating your occupation for comprehensive details.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by stepo707: 7:50am On May 03
Alphadoor:

welll!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!,

It totally depends upon which visa category you are applying for.

Talking about skilled migration visas, there are three important visa categories namely,

· Australia Skilled Independent visa subclass 189

· Australia nominated visa subclass 190

· Australia skilled regional provisional subclass 489

If you are applying for subclass 189, there is no requirement to have minimum funds which you need to show in Australia for skilled Independent subclass 189 visa.


But, it is best advised to have a basic amount of AUD$ 10,000 when you land in Australia because you may need money for house rent, food and travel expense etc.

However, if you are applying for Australia state nominated visa subclass 190 which is a state nomination visa, you might be asked by the Australian Immigration officials to show funds.
Every state under state nomination program has the different immigration requirements.
Each state having its own eligibility criteria ,
Some states like Victoria and New South Wales don’t ask for POF
whereas states like Western Australia, Queensland, requires POF evidence ,
South Australia requires you to declare POF (i.e no evidence required, Just say you have it).

You can check the website of the states nominating your occupation for comprehensive details.


So when one scales through the state nomination stage, does home affairs bother you with POF again?
Also what happens in that stage asides medicals and police clearance?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Alphadoor: 8:13am On May 03
samge:

Benson Idahosa University
4 years
263111
Interesting,
Thanks.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Alphadoor: 8:15am On May 03
stepo707:

So when one scales through the state nomination stage, does home affairs bother you with POF again? NO
Also what happens in that stage asides medicals and police clearance? what stage??
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Michaelamo: 8:41am On May 03
[quote author=babahameedah post=67207059]

Congratulations mate...
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by stepo707: 8:44am On May 03
[quote author=Alphadoor post=67235715]

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Skillsselect Homeaffairs stage.

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