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|Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Michaelamo: 8:48am On May 03, 2018|
|Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Lovinggod(f): 9:04am On May 03, 2018|
OK, thanks. I have been following the Canada PR thread that was why I was asking.
|Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Alphadoor: 9:07am On May 03, 2018|
I am advising you need to refer to page 0 as bellong as done a good job elaborating the process.
it appears you have things mixed up
please read to understand better
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|Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by stepo707: 9:30am On May 03, 2018|
ok will read it
|Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by buzu84: 9:54am On May 03, 2018|
Thanks Azy123 and also @trastar for reaching out to me,
really appreciate your breakdown on this, would start with the repackaging and also get reference for Pre graduation work experience.
@Azy123 sent you a DM
|Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Cecegal: 11:43am On May 03, 2018|
You should consider a career in comedy omo you sabi write hillarious script am thinking if na ITA post be this one that means say Grant own go lagbara wish you speed all the way.Congrats
quote author=babahameedah post=67207059]We thank God, the owner of mankind and the world. The sustainer of the universe. He does what he wills and nobody dare question him. When we plan, he plans too, but he is the best of all planners. I got angry in the year 2016. I have been employed for close to five years then in an Oil company as a full staff. i figured that If I cannot engage myself in Deals, I cannot be as rich as i wanted. What other people do to maintain the Oil company status. So i started this process of immigration, soaking myself into its details, reading about the different routes and then it was Canada that my focus was on. I had a colleague who had traveled a year back. So i contacted him and he helped simplify the process for me. I and my wife enrolled for IELTS in March 2017 and April 2017. We did the IELTS and scored an overall band of 7.5. My wife scored 6.5 i think. We applied to WES paid and LAUTECH went on strike for close to one year. After the strike, our transcripts was sent and close to I thing September 2017 we got our ECA. But you know the score of 7.5 in listening in my IELTS has broken my back and had no choice than to do another IELTS. People who promised to help with POF reneged. So i was back to square one. The POF was the biggest problem. How can i raise 6 million Naira for a family of four. This was indeed rocket science. So while i was always scouting through the Internet asking my friend google several questions about immigration, then in one of the searches, I saw a Nairaland thread about Australian immigration. I had checked this in 2017 and i concluded that Australia was too far. " what about if there is war" How will i get home, i often ask myself. So when i became choiceless, I decided to take the Nairaland as my day job. I added it to my possitions job description. I will check early in the morning and read it before i sleep. I was able to get so much information and i blamed myself for not using google well earlier and for thinking Australia was too far. So I quickly became acquainted with the Australia process after asking questions severally. Somebody called Zany was always there. Alpahdoor, sproxy were always answering questions in a jiffy. So i looked at the list and the closest occupation to my present job description was "plant Engineer" And Plant Engineer was been invited with 65 points then so i figured i would be fast into entering Australia as my simulated point was also 65. So sharp sharp, i assessed with Engineers Australia, wrote my CDR with anger and paid and submitted. The CO contacted me Once and asked me to resend my Passport and ask my school to resend my certificate. I figured i did not follow EA instructions well. You should not submit a certified true copy document. I had submitted a CTC certificate i once used for a German school admission process. My plant Engineer was granted by EA early this year. After the assesment i quickly enter pool. Unfortunately, the invitation point for 189 had been jacked up. A friend in this group quickly advised me to apply for 489 Northern inland and i did not listen because i was like, what will i do with 489 when i can enter 189. The point would soon come down i figured. After a week, plant engineer was removed from Northern Inland. After several rounds and the point did not come down, i became frustrated. I started looking frantically for 489. But unfortunately, Plant Engineer was only in the NSW 190 list. And NSW according to info had not invited engineer since last year. I was left only with the option of 189. So my Options were doing another IELTS or PTE to get 20 for English. I bought Mock test from baba sproxy and my speaking result was so low that i was embarrassed myself. If not for the mock test, I for don waste 78,000 abi how much sef!. Mock test is good O!. Please Buy Mock test from Sproxy and Vouchers. That is the surest way to prepare before the test. So i started preparing and reading,. I had to pay a lady from a club i belonged (toastmasters) to start teaching me speaking. My goal was to start speaking like a native. Mhen, My tongue don twist!
So one day when speaking to sproxy on phone he advised me to just be applying to the regions even if my occupation no dey list! i felt that will be a waste of time. After frustration don hold me for jugular, no body teach me wey i start to the apply. So i signified my interest in the same Northern inland and called the gary fry guy. The guy tell me say him no fit nominate me. I tell am say I be maintenance fitter and that maintenance fitter they them list and that my trade test certifcate wey i never hear before if not for this group they my hand. I don go collect am sharp sharp say i go take am apply for "fitter general " with TRA and my plant Engineer don enter One way. One night like that my wife ginger me, na im i start to they apply for all the regions and provinces. I got no reply from none of them. I go wake up for midnight they call them as our time and their time na 9 hours ahead. So 12:30 pm na like morning for Aussie. So after i think, three weeks wey i don forget say i even write letter, na im i come get mail from Riverinna say them like say i be maintenance fitter and that they like my skills and that they will like to nominate me. My brother! he be like say i dey another world. Na im i wait till midnight again and called the Lady Faye anderson to ask make e no be like say i dey dream. na im she confirm the mail O! Na so i call babanQuadri and Alagba sproxy O say please o see the news wey i get O. Na im them say make i dey fire they go. Infact babanquadri ( May Allah bless him for me) called me for whatsapp say make i fire dey go. I appreciate the call sir. I might have dropped the application if not for the call. na so I apply and the great lawland helped me pay AUD 770 ( Owo oniru owo Oniyo) and i applied. Na so them send me nomination from Riverinna after three or four days. And Today i Got ITA. I figured God has designed everybodys path. We need prayers for whatever we need. We also need determination and focus. We need to move with people of like minds. This man called Quadri is a good man. How else can we know good man. This man called Sproxy is a good Man. how else can we know a good man. There was a lady in this group i called and she helped me with the tactics of PTE. May God bless you. You see that MamaJazz ehn is a great woman. Contemporary and Humorous.[/quote]
|Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by SegunWamiri(m): 12:23pm On May 03, 2018|
|Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by cuteyem(m): 12:27pm On May 03, 2018|
Lol...well thanks. Your theory seems like a nice one... but i think i will give it a shot. It depends on how well we can prove that she has gained that experience in her teaching role. So i intend to show in the CV, details of relevant practical training and other stuff. Also she taught practicals and managed thes school farm, which could also pass for relevant experience. I think we can give it a try
I have a colleague who read estate management with only one year (NYSC) experience in the estate department of a polythecnic. He was able to get Vetassess to give him a positive assessment by packaging his reference letter and other documents well. So i think we can follow suit
|Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by BrinaLanbros: 2:08pm On May 03, 2018|
Please advise, I got 65 points going by the first thread on this (Age: 30 points; IELTS: 10 points; Skilled employment: 10 points; Educational qualification: 15 points). My MSc has been verified by WES. Studied Economics (both B.Sc and M.Sc). Please advise me on how to apply or am I eligible for an expression of interest (EOI)?
|Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by wisemen045(m): 3:13pm On May 03, 2018|
Still here folks. Stopped following Part 1 on page 400 (about the time spyroxy1 got grant). Had a disappointing IELTS (9.0,8.5, 7.5,7.0) result again. EOR took more than three months and still came back negative. I need 20 maximum points. Got discouraged and abandoned thread.
But I am back. Congratulations to all who have received ITA, grant and conquered English.
Speaking and writing are my weak points. I have never scored more than 7.5 at any point in both. My handwriting is terrible. I have a thick ''bush'' Yoruba accent. Is PTE any easier? I don't want to throw away money again. No point rushing. Any ideas my people?
Praiseisgood you have forgotten me oo. It seems I am the only Accountant/Auditor left here oo. 80 points for Auditors? God help us!
Salute to the masters Bellong, Alphadoor and Mamajaz.
|Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by DoDirtsLikeWorm(m): 4:07pm On May 03, 2018|
Kudos man, i believe we are all we've got.
If it was written...it was written then, nature will feed you with the guidelines on how to Manuever
|Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by diggy4real: 4:55pm On May 03, 2018|
BrinaLanbros:I think you are mixing something up. This is Australian PR thread not Canadian PR thread. As a result, you have no business with WES if you are considering Australia.
|Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Alphadoor: 6:47pm On May 03, 2018|
Honourary Roll Call.
If you know..... you know
E fit be you too ooo.
Don't be passing by.....
I believe there is more.... pls feel free to update
|Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by TookieJ: 7:12pm On May 03, 2018|
I feel for you, bro. Sorry to hear about the recent setbacks. Nothing to do but pick yourself up and try again.
My handwriting is absolutely terrible, so I never bothered with IELTS; went with TOEFL instead. I could share the simulator I used - but, to be honest, it may not address the weak points you identified (speaking and writing). While the simulator has all 4 sections, it doesn't quite grade your speaking and writing (only reading and listening are graded). It might help with confidence, though. Happy to share, if you still feel its worth it.
I'm not sure I know what an "EOR" is - but I'm sure there are people on this thread with enough insight and experience to help you beat it.
Good luck as you pick yourself back up.
|Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by nnaemeka38(m): 7:31pm On May 03, 2018|
Hello good people, I need a good samaritan to attend o my querries: To apply for this program, what is he first step to take? At what point do I need to write "language skill test? I am married with a son, do I need to apply separately or will one application cover both? Do both of us need to write the "language skill test"? God bless whoever that atttends to me in a manner that a layman will understand. Thanks
|Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Alphadoor: 7:51pm On May 03, 2018|
nnaemeka38:Refer to page 0
|Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by nnaemeka38(m): 8:08pm On May 03, 2018|
Alphadoor:please educate me. I have read it but dont think I am doing he right thing.
|Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Nobody: 8:16pm On May 03, 2018|
What do you do?
What did you study?
How many years experience do you have?
How old are you?
|Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by mamajaz(f): 8:30pm On May 03, 2018|
|Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by mamajaz(f): 8:34pm On May 03, 2018|
Please, wey Rett0, sunvick, Ajiifixing, 40manlappy, Bimpsy
|Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by mamajaz(f): 8:52pm On May 03, 2018|
Congrats @ babahameedah, aussy4life, and 00francis. Dunno if monickers are correct. Ageing process thing.
|Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by aussy4life: 8:56pm On May 03, 2018|
Ajifixing and 40manlappy port go canny some done get copra sef
quote author=mamajaz post=67257569]Please, wey Rett0, sunvick, Ajiifixing, 40manlappy, Bimpsy[/quote]
|Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by kooledge: 9:12pm On May 03, 2018|
bro congrats. pls o, how did u provide the POF thats required. i have uploaded every other document that is require except the POF. is it just cash evidence that you used? abeg help me pull through this stage too.
|Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Nobody: 9:14pm On May 03, 2018|
olumuyiwaoke:Still getting info but will register very soon.
Have you registered?
|Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by 40manlappy: 12:47am On May 04, 2018|
|Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Nogen: 1:03am On May 04, 2018|
Bros eh, you are here?
|Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by wazilo: 1:42am On May 04, 2018|
Good morning everyone please can I get an explanation on this statement
|Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by 40manlappy: 3:23am On May 04, 2018|
Check your inbox
|Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by nnaemeka38(m): 6:11am On May 04, 2018|
I am 35, HND Business Admin and Bed Education mgt/ Economics/ I am a civil servant now, I have 5 years experience in the banking sector. Then my wife is 31, 7 years experience in journalism, Bsc in mass comm, presently correspond for a Canadian based online news site.
|Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Nobody: 6:19am On May 04, 2018|
Start by searching for a skill that corresponds with what your or your wife does.
If the skill is sponsored by any state.
Then you can ask about how to go about assessing the skill.
|Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by chytai(f): 8:03am On May 04, 2018|
Please who knows which organization issues business license or permit, it's required by TRA for self employed assessment.
|Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by seunbams: 8:15am On May 04, 2018|
Good day my people. Please, Is there any likelihood of getting an ITA with 60points for agricultural consultant? I have 60points.
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