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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by mamajaz(f): 8:48pm On May 05, 2018
DoDirtsLikeWorm:




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.
Thanks to you and all.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by piusford: 10:04pm On May 05, 2018
Mama d mama!

How's the ministry?

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by piusford: 10:06pm On May 05, 2018
[quote author=Tessy2405 post=67311317]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.

For 189, 190 or 489?

For 189, it's 70

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Michaelamo: 8:52am On May 06, 2018
bbtundey:


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


Assessing a skill level 1 or 2 occupation does not in any way add or remove points. All you need is a positive skill assessment. If you went to any of our federal or state university with a 5 years course then you don't have to bother about associate degree, it would be equivalent to AQF Bachelors. So the difference really in the two degree is basically the time taken to undergo it. Don't just bother about that.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Orofun1: 3:57pm On May 06, 2018
Hi Bellong and the other pros in da house I have a question to ask.....I actually have a lot of options before me at the moment for PhD study abroad,(on scholarship) Ireland, Malaysia, UK but I am looking to move permanently so I may forgo the scholarship. I have my first and second degree in urban and regional planning , Nigeria and UK respectively and I have been working as a lecturer in a government polytechnic for about 10years now. I have always loved Australia but Urban and regional planning is not available on visa 189 except regional sponsored visas 190 and 489. After going through the different states in Australia only Northern Territory is sponsoring vocational education teacher, so can I apply for assessment as a vocational education teacher? Bearing in mind that I teach urban and regional planning in the polytechnic
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by LondonBook: 4:00pm On May 06, 2018
Hello House, I'm not claiming experience but I'm about to submit my EA assessment using my Projects as CE. Please explain this to me;

If you have not applied for the additional assessment of your relevant skilled employment, you are required to submit employment evidence for each relevant employment period of 12 months or more, or if a career episode is based on an employment period. If you have no relevant skilled employment, simply tick the box below. If you have applied for the additional assessment of your relevant skilled employment, then you will need to submit documentary evidence for each period of employment you wish to be assessed for.

Am I to click I don’t have any relevant work experience. ? Since I'm not claiming point, for experience can I choose that. Please HELP!

Thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Orofun1: 4:01pm On May 06, 2018
Hi Bellong and the other gurus in da house....10 years as an urban and regional planning lecturer in a government polytechnic, can I apply for state sponsorship as a vocational education teacher in Northern territory and have assessment for vocational education teacher ?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Orofun1: 4:23pm On May 06, 2018
This is inspiring.... Best of luck bro
babahameedah:
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.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bellong: 6:08pm On May 06, 2018
Orofun1:
Hi Bellong and the other gurus in da house....10 years as an urban and regional planning lecturer in a government polytechnic, can I apply for state sponsorship as a vocational education teacher in Northern territory and have assessment for vocational education teacher ?

Tasmania sponsors urban and regional planner.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Godisgracious: 6:26pm On May 06, 2018
Please all the gurus in the house help me. Here is my profile:
Accountant
29 will be 30 in July
Experience 7years as an accountant
Married
2kids and expecting one.

Hubby
Accountant
38
Experience 10years as a sales manager.

Please are we eligible.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Bellacious: 6:29pm On May 06, 2018
Orofun1:
This is inspiring.... Best of luck bro
Pls next time don't quote the whole epistle.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by jayooh: 7:21pm On May 06, 2018
LondonBook:
Hello House, I'm not claiming experience but I'm about to submit my EA assessment using my Projects as CE. Please explain this to me;

If you have not applied for the additional assessment of your relevant skilled employment, you are required to submit employment evidence for each relevant employment period of 12 months or more, or if a career episode is based on an employment period. If you have no relevant skilled employment, simply tick the box below. If you have applied for the additional assessment of your relevant skilled employment, then you will need to submit documentary evidence for each period of employment you wish to be assessed for.

Am I to click I don’t have any relevant work experience. ? Since I'm not claiming point, for experience can I choose that. Please HELP!

Thanks

If you have submitted written any career episode/project based on your work experience (that is task undertaken during g the period of working), then you must submit certain evidences as proof that you were actually in that employment.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by majiouk2002: 1:53am On May 07, 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.

I think it solely depends on her Dr. certifying her as "fit to fly".

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by iriferi(m): 2:20am On May 07, 2018
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by KIKIADE: 3:31am On May 07, 2018
hi
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Cecegal: 9:07am On May 07, 2018
This information of 3Months after birth is so wrong I am very certain about that.I travelled across 3 Countries with 3 different Airlines when my daughter was exactly 3weeks old and no one blinked an eyelid.





mamajaz:

Thanks to you and all.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by ajiifixing(m): 9:24am On May 07, 2018
mamajaz:
Please, wey Rett0, sunvick, Ajiifixing, 40manlappy, Bimpsy


Present too... grin

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by olumuyiwaoke(f): 9:44am On May 07, 2018
nope, you need to get "letter of eligibility" first...
DABMarkNig2019:

Still getting info but will register very soon.
Have you registered?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by DoDirtsLikeWorm(m): 9:58am On May 07, 2018
Cecegal:
This information of 3Months after birth is so wrong I am very certain about that.I travelled across 3 Countries with 3 different Airlines when my daughter was exactly 3weeks old and no one blinked an eyelid.

I was never experienced on that, but gave it out as received.
Thank you for sharing your experience.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Azy123(m): 10:08am On May 07, 2018
As the others have pointed out. As far as ACS is concerned Certifications will have no bearing on your nomination. I initially did MCSE because my Bsc. is not computer related. I wasted time going for the certification and it eventually cost me a lot.

Even if you studied something else you can get a positive outcome from ACS and in your own case you studied computer science.

The alternative of going through EA need to be verified properly for someone who did not study engineering but with 5 years experience.

Humanshadow once wrote

- Quote

"Please note that when submitting your application to EA, you have to nominate an occupation that you will be assessed on since it is CDR. As long as you have a degree in Engineering, it usually does'nt matter what field of Engineering you nominated provided that you can prove to EA that you have relevant work experience in that field. In writing my CDR, I used my MSc thesis and the other two from the work I did in the profession I nominated. Use professional Engineer as @Bellong mentioned. "

-Unquote.

In this case she studied computer science not engineering.

cc: michaelamo, jayoo etc





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.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by feelzee: 10:37am On May 07, 2018
Thanks bro [quote author=Alphadoor post=67278685][/quote]
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Cecegal: 10:54am On May 07, 2018
I know dear @gave it out as received.Was just correcting the notion.

Flying with Newborns is really a factor of when you can get their travel document ready (passport)and the Airline.




quote author=Cecegal post=67348271]This information of 3Months after birth is so wrong I am very certain about that.I travelled across 3 Countries with 3 different Airlines when my daughter was exactly 3weeks old and no one blinked an eyelid.





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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Alphadoor: 11:27am On May 07, 2018
Official April 4th Result
https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/WorkinginAustralia/Pages/4-april-2018-invitation-round.aspx

Non pro rata is still @70 with Cut off date 5/12/2017 12:00 PM (thats a 4 month waiting period)

Accountants invitation has now come a halt under 189, : smh sad

based on this result. 75 is the key to ITA for 189, points are yet to drop.

Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by BADNEAT(m): 12:59pm On May 07, 2018
positive assessment from EA...professional Engineer

please next step...how do i go about state nomination

Alphadoor
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Alphadoor: 1:22pm On May 07, 2018
BADNEAT:
positive assessment from EA...professional Engineer

please next step...how do i go about state nomination

Alphadoor
which class of professional engineer?
whats your anzsco code?
whats your total point and the breakdown?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by BADNEAT(m): 2:38pm On May 07, 2018
Alphadoor:

which class of professional engineer?
whats your anzsco code?
whats your total point and the breakdown?
233211
Civil Engineer.
my point stands at 55 today...hv booked for Pte to add another 10 to it ..
hoping to get state nomination
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by wisemen045(m): 3:13pm On May 07, 2018
Interesting. Never knew about the 489 route. Can you shed some light.

I would be sending you a PM please.


toslad:
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.

Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Michaelamo: 3:13pm On May 07, 2018
LondonBook:


Am I to click I don’t have any relevant work experience. ? Since I'm not claiming point, for experience can I choose that. Please HELP!

Thanks

Its ok to tick "I don't have any relevant work experience"... Afterall you are not assessing nor claiming point for it. Since all your CE is based on your school project only, you are good to go.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Alphadoor: 3:18pm On May 07, 2018

Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Michaelamo: 3:20pm On May 07, 2018
BADNEAT:
233211
Civil Engineer.
my point stands at 55 today...hv booked for Pte to add another 10 to it ..
hoping to get state nomination


Aim for 20 in English, if you get that, then you can get ITA in a week. However, 65 is still very good for Civil engineers. You will most likely have state nomination from NSW on 190.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bornlegend: 3:38pm On May 07, 2018
Please go through and if possible Corroborate this news

Australia Immigration News | Latest News on Australia Immigration | www.a2zimmi.com Your One Stop Immigration Gateway

After an extremely long period of time, A highly positive news from Australia has arrived today with the statement of Mathias Cormann, the Finance Minister of Australia, that has put a full stop on the rumors about the decrease in ceiling in next financial year 2018-2019.

On Friday 4th May 2018, the finance minister, Mathias Cormann, said that the government had no plans to change the permanent migration figure of 190,000 people a year with the exact statement as "We have made it very clear we’re not proposing to reduce that 190,000 number but it is a ceiling, it’s not a target.”

This Statement came after the opposition of any plan to reduce the immigration levels, promoting a migration compact to keep permanent immigration at its current level of about 190,000 a year by the business groups and Australia's union movement.

The Australian Council of Trade Unions, The Australian Industry Group and a suite of national peak bodies have declared that they jointly “affirm that Australia’s permanent migration program is essential to Australian society and economy and do not support any reduction to the scheme”.

From 2013 onwards every year Australia has a yearly PR intake of about 190,000. Other than this a quota of 16250 is taken under humanitarian program.

The whole discussion regarding the reduction in migrants count was started in the beginning of this year when the former prime minister Tony Abbott appealed for the new annual target for immigration count to be 110000 instead of 190000, and the home affairs minister, Peter Dutton, raised the concern of having a cut in immigration count by 20000. The given reason to decrease this count was the extra pressure on infrastructural requirements on the major cities of Australia and failure to groom the same at the same pace, by the increase in population density due to migration.

In the last decade the visas issued always remained close to the given target as a ceiling in each financial year. Last year it was about 183608 out of 190000 and the discrepancy of 6392 was the highest of the decade which was around 1600 collectively for all the previous nine years.

From November 2017, onwards there was a big slowdown in the Invitations Count and it remained consistently at 300 for 189 Skilled Independent Visa sub category. The scenario for other two streams 190 and 489 (State Nominated Programs and Regional Provisional Visa Sub Class) even remained worse as only five Invitations under 489 category and around 1000 for all the eight states were given under 190 sub class. These three visa streams are the main Skilled Immigration categories through which, almost 60 percent of the whole migration requirement is fulfilled.

So this will make the 2017-2018 to be the year with the highest discrepancy ever in the last twelve years, which makes this year as a dead year as far as the Australian Immigration for Skilled Workers is concerned. Right now, only two months before the Australian fiscal year closure the required ceiling is unfilled by a huge percentage of more than 50 percent in most of the profiles so it comes as a big failure of all time in the whole migration mechanism of Australia.

As these Skilled Immigration streams are totally point based and due to decrease in invitations in each draw the point cutoff is touching the sky with a requirement of 80 points for most of the profiles. From the last few months there was a big silence from the officials of home affairs as well as associated government bodies of Australia, that was creating a feel of fear and panic in the applicants across the globe. So hopefully along with this news, in the coming draws we will also see a rapid increase in the count of invitations and eventually a trail trend in the points requirement.

I hope this could bring a glimpse of smile on the faces of all my dear friends, those who keep on asking regarding their chances of getting Visas under current competitive circumstances. We at www.a2zimmi.com urge them and all immigration aspirants to be positive and proactive as Australia actually needs the deserving ones to be there on skilled migration Visas. Brain Drain through skilled migration is the best mantra followed by Australia as well as Canada for talent acquisition from the developing nations to fulfill their human resource requirements at almost no cost for preparing such talented resources and also compliments the needs of the migrants.

So I am Closing it here and will come up again soon with more updates and announcements regarding the Australian Immigration.

Ceiling & Invitation Update

Gurmeet Sharma

Contact us at: +91-7888646717, for having any immigration related information.

POSTED BY: GURMEET SHARMA

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by BADNEAT(m): 6:08pm On May 07, 2018
Alphadoor:

FYI
http://www.deltaimmigration.com.au/Civil-Engineer/233211.htm

you can check out each link and see if you meet the requirements


NSW: http://www.industry.nsw.gov.au/live-and-work-in-nsw/visas-and-immigration/nsw-skilled-occupations-list
QLD: http://migration.qld.gov.au/skilled-occupation-lists/
SA: http://www.migration.sa.gov.au/skilled-migrants/lists-of-state-nominated-occupations
VIC: https://liveinmelbourne.vic.gov.au/migrate/visa-nomination-occupation-lists/visa-nomination-occupation-list-for-victoria
TAS: https://www.migration.tas.gov.au/skilled_migrants


very helpful thanks...
I'm a bit confused...filling the skillselect form...EA assessed me without work experience..Now there's provision for work history on skillselect ,; should i leave it blank or fill in my internships and other unverifiable employments ...filling these will give me an extra points

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