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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Alphadoor: 4:12pm On May 04, 2018
bellong:


Thanks for pointing that out. I will put a caveat in the opening page about the links in part one.

It's a pleasure Chief
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Alphadoor: 4:16pm On May 04, 2018
wapu:

Oh!! Never knew.
What's GMPC Biko?

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 4:44pm On May 04, 2018
Alex1975:
It appears visa class 489 is a slavery visa.The thing is that you are invited to a party , but you must come with your own food and drinks.The moment your food and drink finish you are told to go back home! You are not really needed.

This is not true.

It is a pathway to permanent resident visa. It was initially designed for people who cannot meet up with the 60 points minimum but have considerable experience that can help develop regional areas.

You get to apply for PR after two years on the visa if you have been employed for at least 12 months on the visa. No visa 489 holder will be sent home except the person decides to return home himself/herself.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Bellacious: 4:54pm On May 04, 2018
bellong:


This is not true.
I sent you a mail since on the 16th of April. Kindly get back to me ASAP.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Nogen: 5:04pm On May 04, 2018
40manlappy:


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Check your inbox
Ok
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Nobody: 6:58pm On May 04, 2018
Alphadoor:


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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Alex1975: 8:17pm On May 04, 2018
bellong:


This is not true.

It is a pathway to permanent resident visa. It was initially designed for people who cannot meet up with the 60 points minimum but have considerable experience that can help develop regional areas.

You get to apply for PR after two years on the visa if you have been employed for at least 12 months on the visa. No visa 489 holder will be sent home except the person decides to return home himself/herself.
Ok thanks for educating me.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by jayooh: 10:33pm On May 04, 2018
wapu:


Oh!! Never knew.

What's GMPC Biko?
@bolded, you don't wanna know


Alex1975:
It appears visa class 489 is a slavery visa.The thing is that you are invited to a party , but you must come with your own food and drinks.The moment your food and drink finish you are told to go back home! You are not really needed.
,
Beg to disagree, though it stipulates a 4year period, its a provisonal visa that leads to PR and they expect you to have landed your PR before 4years, as u can start the process after 2years. You just pay a token sum to get the PR and not the same amount you pay for the 489,190,189 at starters (this was my initial fear). its better than getting bleeped in your fatherland.

IMO, More advisable for singles, and not family with many dependents. Just get an Overseas health insurance cover (OHSC) to cater for your medical like the temporary visa perhaps, need arises.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by ogbevireo(m): 10:56pm On May 04, 2018
Alphadoor:


Be Motivated Bro/Ma

@azy123
2 IELTS + 8 PTE attemepts
at last ITA on 18th April

00francis
After 9 IELTS and 5 PTE tests, i finally got 20pts for English with one PTE result in Oct 2017.
Grant recieved 21/04

@alphadoor
7 PTE attempts
ITA recieved 04/04


You gotta ask yourself: Sey na like this we go dey dey....
If 189 no gree........port to 190.........if 190 no gree.....port to 489..............keep moving


True talk sir.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bbtundey(m): 1:30am On May 05, 2018
I'm really inspired the kind of insightful information shared so far. God Bless you all.

I'm planning of getting into the PR race and information read has really got my spirit up. Had a BSc in computer science from OOU in 2010, and had a 5 yrs experience working as a field transmission engineer on Airtel network under Ericsson and Huawei respectively.

Presently, I'm planning on going for my CCIE/MCSE (cloud infrastructure) training and certification in India, after which i wanna apply for Computer Network & System Engineer or Telecommunications Network Engineer under the subclass 189.

To the experienced ones, kindly advice on what chance i stand to get an ITA? or the better subclass to apply for.

Age: 32

Thanks.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Rapture07: 2:41am On May 05, 2018
pls for those who have accessed by vetassess i have a question.

1. while filling my online profile on university education, there is a session that says ACTIVITY DETAILS AND DATES,pls what does that mean

2. i graduated 2012 but my certificate carries 2014, which should i include while filling my higher edu.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by mamajaz(f): 5:41am On May 05, 2018
wapu:


Oh!! Never knew.

What's GMPC Biko?
Lemme Help You. Aproko never taya me. Give Me Pap Crew ( GMPC), it was coined by honourable sunvick about a year ago to eulogize those who after seeing free akamu ati miliki, they will put their hands in their pockets and tell others to be spoonfeeding them. Hope you understand If you need further help on this, I'm readily available to tutor you more. Ire o.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Nobody: 6:25am On May 05, 2018
mamajaz:

Lemme Help You. Aproko never taya me. Give Me Pap Crew ( GMPC), it was coined by honourable sunvick about a year ago to eulogize those who after seeing free akamu ati miliki, they will put their hands in their pockets and tell others to be spoonfeeding them. Hope you understand If you need further help on this, I'm readily available to tutor you more. Ire o.

Hahahahaha.
Thank you mama.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Alphadoor: 8:07am On May 05, 2018
mamajaz:

Lemme Help You. Aproko never taya me. Give Me Pap Crew ( GMPC), it was coined by honourable sunvick about a year ago to eulogize those who after seeing free akamu ati miliki, they will put their hands in their pockets and tell others to be spoonfeeding them. Hope you understand If you need further help on this, I'm readily available to tutor you more. Ire o.

You just ruined a classic tongue

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by jayooh: 8:16am On May 05, 2018
bbtundey:
I'm really inspired the kind of insightful information shared so far. God Bless you all.

I'm planning of getting into the PR race and information read has really got my spirit up. Had a BSc in computer science from OOU in 2010, and had a 5 yrs experience working as a field transmission engineer on Airtel network under Ericsson and Huawei respectively.

Presently, I'm planning on going for my CCIE/MCSE (cloud infrastructure) training and certification in India, after which i wanna apply for Computer Network & System Engineer or Telecommunications Network Engineer under the subclass 189.

To the experienced ones, kindly advice on what chance i stand to get an ITA? or the better subclass to apply for.

Age: 32

Thanks.

As is, age will give 30pts
Education will give 15pts
Experience gives u 10pts (if properly verifiable)
English test gives pts (u need at least 20points from here to have a good shot at 189 ITA)

My guess is if you decide to go for the certification, you might lose 5 points from age depending on how long it takes to get the certificate and when you would be clocking 33. Bottom line, going for the certification will slim your chances of claiming maximum age points and I'm not sure the certificate add any points but only help any enhancing your occupation assessment outcome. But you already have education in relevant field of occupation so in my opinion, fire on with your assessment ASAP. I believe OOU is a level 1 university as well so u have a good shot.

Let the ACS goons tell you more.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Alphadoor: 8:32am On May 05, 2018
bbtundey:
I'm really inspired the kind of insightful information shared so far. God Bless you all.

I'm planning of getting into the PR race and information read has really got my spirit up. Had a BSc in computer science from OOU in 2010, and had a 5 yrs experience working as a field transmission engineer on Airtel network under Ericsson and Huawei respectively.

Presently, I'm planning on going for my CCIE/MCSE (cloud infrastructure) training and certification in India, after which i wanna apply for Computer Network & System Engineer or Telecommunications Network Engineer under the subclass 189.
To the experienced ones, kindly advice on what chance i stand to get an ITA? or the better subclass to apply for.

Age: 32
Thanks.
For Computer Network & System Engineer 263111 , ACS [url]www.acs.org [/url] will be churning 4 of that 5 yrs for a positive outcome.
and you will need at least of 75 points for 189 ITA or 70 for a 190 ITA.

For Telecommunications Network Engineer, this is accessed by EA http://www.engineersaustralia.org.au/ and you will be required to write a CDR and you are likely to be able to claim all your experience points. minimum requirement for ITA is 70 points and a four months waiting period. you are equally eligible for a 190


Based on your age, turning 33 meaning -5pts... i will advice you act fast because that 5pts is vital.
If i may advice you openly , the CCIE/MSCE has not effect on the PR process, if you can put all that efforts in securing ITA soonest, you will be more glad you did.

you will need 20 pts in English
you can also explore partner point (5pts)
Always aim for maximum point attainable

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bbtundey(m): 8:35am On May 05, 2018
jayooh:


As is, age will give 30pts
Education will give 15pts
Experience gives u 10pts (if properly verifiable)
English test gives pts (u need at least 20points from here to have a good shot at 189 ITA)

My guess is if you decide to go for the certification, you might lose 5 points from age depending on how long it takes to get the certificate and when you would be clocking 33. Bottom line, going for the certification will slim your chances of claiming maximum age points and I'm not sure the certificate add any points but only help any enhancing your occupation assessment outcome. But you already have education in relevant field of occupation so in my opinion, fire on with your assessment ASAP. I believe OOU is a level 1 university as well so u have a good shot.

Let the ACS goons tell you more.


Thank you so much for your response. the certification training is for 6 months & will be 33 by December.

Pls i need pple with ACS experience to shed more light to this issue.

Also, will my spouse go through the same process (assessment & english test) as well or it's just on me (principal applicant)?

Thanks & God Bless
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by jayooh: 8:43am On May 05, 2018
bbtundey:



Thank you so much for your response. the certification training is for 6 months & will be 33 by December.

Pls i need pple with ACS experience to shed more light to this issue.

Also, will my spouse go through the same process (assessment & english test) as well or it's just on me (principal applicant)?

Thanks & God Bless

Don't even think of the certification, better to move fast.

@bolded, your spouse going through an assessment for her occupation can add 5pts to your package. P.S her nominated occupation must also be on same list as yours.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bbtundey(m): 8:52am On May 05, 2018
jayooh:


Don't even think of the certification, better to move fast.

@bolded, your spouse going through an assessment for her occupation can add 5pts to your package. P.S her nominated occupation must also be on same list as yours.

She's a Registered Nurse (Psychiatric Nurse). I guess this allign with RN (Mental health) as mentioned in the occupation list
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bbtundey(m): 9:00am On May 05, 2018
Alphadoor:

For Computer Network & System Engineer 263111 , ACS [url]www.acs.org [/url] will be churning 4 of that 5 yrs for a positive outcome.
and you will need at least of 75 points for 189 ITA or 70 for a 190 ITA.

For Telecommunications Network Engineer, this is accessed by EA http://www.engineersaustralia.org.au/ and you will be required to write a CDR and you are likely to be able to claim all your experience points. minimum requirement for ITA is 70 points and a four months waiting period. you are equally eligible for a 190


Based on your age, turning 33 meaning -5pts... i will advice you act fast because that 5pts is vital.
If i may advice you openly , the CCIE/MSCE has not effect on the PR process, if you can put all that efforts in securing ITA soonest, you will be more glad you did.

you will need 20 pts in English
you can also explore partner point (5pts)
Always aim for maximum point attainable

Pls what does CDR stands for?

Also, since my education/experience align more with Telecommunications Network Engineer, pls kindly advice if i stand a better chance of getting a positive results, or with Computer Network and System Engineer.

Can i apply for both 189 & 190 concurrently?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Akachukwu123: 9:33am On May 05, 2018
I can claim 55 points now as i have a positive outcome from engineers australia. I really need to understand the steps for 489 as i have read and read but still dont get it. do i need to get an employment offer first?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by jayooh: 10:10am On May 05, 2018
Akachukwu123:
I can claim 55 points now as i have a positive outcome from engineers australia. I really need to understand the steps for 489 as i have read and read but still dont get it. do i need to get an employment offer first?

Which occupation? Employment offer not necessary. Which region/states are sponsoring your occupation?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by toslad: 11:12am On May 05, 2018
You are not alone brotherly. Some of us still dey re-strategising. Have you considered 489 as an option? Just in case you still find the English difficult. I don't have Yoruba accent like that but I haven't been able to get 79 in Speaking with PTE but you never can tell. With more practice you may subdue the PTE mountain.

[quote author=wisemen045 post=67248203]Still here folks. Stopped following Part 1 on page 400.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Michaelamo: 11:42am On May 05, 2018
bbtundey:


Pls what does CDR stands for?

Also, since my education/experience align more with Telecommunications Network Engineer, pls kindly advice if i stand a better chance of getting a positive results, or with Computer Network and System Engineer.

Can i apply for both 189 & 190 concurrently?


Competency Demonstration Report. You stand a good chance to get a positive assessment with EA if your CDR is good. The CDR comprises of Career episode(CE) , Summary statement(SS) and Continuing professional development (CPD).

You can check EA site for more

www.engineersaustralia.org.au
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Michaelamo: 11:44am On May 05, 2018
mamajaz:

Lemme Help You. Aproko never taya me. Give Me Pap Crew ( GMPC), it was coined by honourable sunvick about a year ago to eulogize those who after seeing free akamu ati miliki, they will put their hands in their pockets and tell others to be spoonfeeding them. Hope you understand If you need further help on this, I'm readily available to tutor you more. Ire o.


This aproko sha undecided
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Michaelamo: 11:55am On May 05, 2018
Alex1975:
It appears visa class 489 is a slavery visa.The thing is that you are invited to a party , but you must come with your own food and drinks.The moment your food and drink finish you are told to go back home! You are not really needed.

This your party example just weak me grin. But thank God some of the men has explained it to you. And let me just add something. I have seen people who got 190 visa to Sydney but now living and working fine in a regional area. Try and know more about the visa class 489.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bbtundey(m): 12:10pm On May 05, 2018
Michaelamo:



Competency Demonstration Report. You stand a good chance to get a positive assessment with EA if your CDR is good. The CDR comprises of Career episode(CE) , Summary statement(SS) and Continuing professional development (CPD).

You can check EA site for more

www.engineersaustralia.org.au

Thanks for the detailed response.

I think im ready to take the assessment shot. but another thing i need to be clear of. Experience assessment & qualification assessment, ate they done together or separately?

How can you help with the CDR?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Michaelamo: 4:36pm On May 05, 2018
bbtundey:


Thanks for the detailed response.

I think im ready to take the assessment shot. but another thing i need to be clear of. Experience assessment & qualification assessment, ate they done together or separately?

How can you help with the CDR?


You can do it at once or separately. It does not really matter. You know already that your CE could be from school projects or work experience. So you can decide what to do.

When you begin, any question you have, ask here and tag me, I can be of help.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by DoDirtsLikeWorm(m): 5:29pm On May 05, 2018
mamajaz:
Please, I'm not the concerned person, it's a friend. How many months prego will airlines allow to come on board. Once again, it's not mamajaz that's the person oh, just asking on behalf...
Then, how many months baby can go on board too in case she decides to wait and deliver here.



The indians from American thread said:
For prego, na max of 32weeks but with doctors report that she can fly.

For new born, na 3months after the birth.

A child born by A Permanent Resident=Citizen.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bbtundey(m): 6:03pm On May 05, 2018
Michaelamo:



You can do it at once or separately. It does not really matter. You know already that your CE could be from school projects or work experience. So you can decide what to do.

When you begin, any question you have, ask here and tag me, I can be of help.

Thank you so much for your response. I'm ready to start the process and will surely do as you've said.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bbtundey(m): 7:11pm On May 05, 2018
Michaelamo:



You can do it at once or separately. It does not really matter. You know already that your CE could be from school projects or work experience. So you can decide what to do.

When you begin, any question you have, ask here and tag me, I can be of help.

Sir, from thorough study of occupation list and comparing my work experience as a field transmission engineer, the perfect occupation for my experience is Telcoms Field Engineer. And going through the assessment details, the job category is at skill level 2 compared to Telecom Network Engineer which is categorised as Skill level 1.

Now my concern is, will this lower my assessment point if i go for the Telecom Field Engineer which perfectly align with my work experience? and what difference is between associate degree & bachelor degree.

Really sorry to bother you with many questions, just want to get it right at first attempt.

Thanks in anticipation.

@bellong, plz your input will also be appreciated as well
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Tessy2405: 8:10pm On May 05, 2018
Uncle Bellong, big thank you this avenue, I understand that with some occupations, the points needed as risen. What is the point that will prompt an invitation to apply for teachers?
Thank you in advance for your prompt response.

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