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


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.
Thanks Michael...writing the pte Soon
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Cecegal: 6:23pm On May 07, 2018
Congrats on your positive assessment.

You can fill all your work experience you will see a question is this relevant to your nominated occupation say NO



quote author=BADNEAT post=67362004]
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[/quote]

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Michaelamo: 6:25pm On May 07, 2018
BADNEAT:

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


You can fill it all, however, you need to tick not claiming points for it. Or that it is not relevant to your nominated occupation. If you do that, it won't add any point to it.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Michaelamo: 6:28pm On May 07, 2018
Azy123:
As
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


Yes, if your work experience is relevant, you are likely to get a positive outcome. However, your degree should be in engineering.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by mumzt: 8:45pm On May 07, 2018
Michaelamo:


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.


Dear Lord I'm still waiting �‍♀️�‍♀️�‍♀️
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Alex1975: 8:57pm On May 07, 2018
bornlegend:
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
Australia will not cancel their skilled migration programme.Immigration is big business!What will PTE , IELTS , Vetasses,EA etc be doing without free money from prospective immigrants.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by bbtundey(m): 9:15pm On May 07, 2018
Azy123:
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





Azy123:
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 [b]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





[/b]
Azy123:
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






If i get you right, do you mean i might get a negative response from EA since i don't have a degree in Engineering?

Re Cap: I have a BSc in Computer Science with 5yrs+ working experience as a field transmission engineer which aligns with Telecom field engineer (313212)

pls advice, does my profile align with 263111 without work experience or 313212 with work experience

I don't want to mix this up pls
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by 007djlad: 9:43pm On May 07, 2018
I thank every individual on this thread for their contributions in making this thread a very active one.

I appreciate specially @Bellong who with other information think tanks on the subject matter have been making dreams of their fellows compatriots come to reality. Your contributions to helping us all through the information provided on this platform is immeasurable. I thank you. I'm new to this thread.

I was introduced here by a brother from another mother who was successful on this quest sometimes in 2017.

I had my degree in Mathematical Sciences (Computer Science Option). I have 9 years work experience, 2 years and about 6 months as a system analyst, the rest as a Banker in various roles. Firstly, for a period of six months, i was a Payment & Policy Oversight Officer. I was responsible for investigating customers’ ATM complaints and making recommendations on investigation outcomes, conducting compliance monitoring on payments system operators, and Liaising with the payments systems operators for reports on their activities.

Secondly, I was an investment officer for another 3 years and was responsible for providing first level contact to stakeholder’s issues on discount window operations, helping stakeholders through on the daily over-the-counter (OTC) trading in fixed income securities, Carring out reconciliation for over-the-counter (OTC) trading of fixed income securities, bidding on behalf of customers during fixed income securities auctions, Re-discounting investment on behalf internal and mandate customers on request, and Providing creative alternatives and recommendations to improve operational efficiency.

But since September 2015 I was assigned additional responsibilities, which made my role similar to that of a system administrator though i still carry out some of the functions of an investment officer but with the following responsibilities starting and closing the business day on the RTGS and S4 applications; Processing of the net clearing sessions files; relating with relevant stakeholders in ensuring the smooth running of the clearing session’s files; resolution of transactions gridlocks; providing first level contact to stakeholder’s issues on RTGS and S4; Driving process improvement and policy development initiatives that enhance RTGS and S4 operations; and Monitoring system performance and troubleshooting issues.

I'm so confused that i can't evaluate under what skilled occupation I should be assessed. Please i need help. Thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by jayooh: 9:57pm 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

Fill your EOI ASAP and select New South Wales for nomination. Someone got nominated in civil engineering with same 55 points in about 3 weeks not so long ago.

Best of luck. You stand a good and easy chance with NSW.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by ejimjesus: 10:09pm On May 07, 2018
@bellong,mamajaz,spyroxy1,alphador, and gurus in the house .......Please my assessment result is not out yet. Please when do I open immi account and expression of interest? Must I wait for the assessment to be out?

Secondly, when is my spouse English result as well as our marriage certificate needed?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by BADNEAT(m): 11:43pm On May 07, 2018
jayooh:

Fill your EOI ASAP and select New South Wales for nomination. Someone got nominated in civil engineering with same 55 points in about 3 weeks not so long ago.

Best of luck. You stand a good and easy chance with NSW.
thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by BADNEAT(m): 11:45pm On May 07, 2018
Michaelamo:



You can fill it all, however, you need to tick not claiming points for it. Or that it is not relevant to your nominated occupation. If you do that, it won't add any point to it.
okk thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by BADNEAT(m): 11:46pm On May 07, 2018
Cecegal:
Congrats on your positive assessment.

You can fill all your work experience you will see a question is this relevant to your nominated occupation say NO



quote author=BADNEAT post=67362004]
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
thanks cece done
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Dikachi12: 1:34am On May 08, 2018
Please anybody who is a Chemical engineer Here who have assessed with EA... I need ur help I want to submit my assessment for chemical engineering to EA.. Plus am claiming 5 years experience... Can anyone who hv successfully assessed as a Chemical engineer or any engineering profession help me review my CDRs.. Just drop ur mail so dat I fwrd to you
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by mamajaz(f): 5:55am On May 08, 2018
Congrats BADNEAT. House please, does someone knows why HA is taking till eternity to release visitor visa? I need someone to enlighten me please.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by trastar(f): 7:21am On May 08, 2018
007djlad:
I thank every individual on this thread for their contributions in making this thread a very active one.

I appreciate specially @Bellong who with other information think tanks on the subject matter have been making dreams of their fellows compatriots come to reality. Your contributions to helping us all through the information provided on this platform is immeasurable. I thank you. I'm new to this thread.

I was introduced here by a brother from another mother who was successful on this quest sometimes in 2017.

I had my degree in Mathematical Sciences (Computer Science Option). I have 9 years work experience, 2 years and about 6 months as a system analyst, the rest as a Banker in various roles. Firstly, for a period of six months, i was a Payment & Policy Oversight Officer. I was responsible for investigating customers’ ATM complaints and making recommendations on investigation outcomes, conducting compliance monitoring on payments system operators, and Liaising with the payments systems operators for reports on their activities.

Secondly, I was an investment officer for another 3 years and was responsible for providing first level contact to stakeholder’s issues on discount window operations, helping stakeholders through on the daily over-the-counter (OTC) trading in fixed income securities, Carring out reconciliation for over-the-counter (OTC) trading of fixed income securities, bidding on behalf of customers during fixed income securities auctions, Re-discounting investment on behalf internal and mandate customers on request, and Providing creative alternatives and recommendations to improve operational efficiency.

But since September 2015 I was assigned additional responsibilities, which made my role similar to that of a system administrator though i still carry out some of the functions of an investment officer but with the following responsibilities starting and closing the business day on the RTGS and S4 applications; Processing of the net clearing sessions files; relating with relevant stakeholders in ensuring the smooth running of the clearing session’s files; resolution of transactions gridlocks; providing first level contact to stakeholder’s issues on RTGS and S4; Driving process improvement and policy development initiatives that enhance RTGS and S4 operations; and Monitoring system performance and troubleshooting issues.

I'm so confused that i can't evaluate under what skilled occupation I should be assessed. Please i need help. Thanks



I'd say Check ACS website, look at all the occupations and pick the one that's closely related to the IT related functions you have done/currently do in the Bank..
Write your assessment reference letter to closely match the one you chose.
I know for people who work in the Bank, you most likely have to draft your own letter as HR can't be very certain of your daily activities.
Let your reference letter concentrate more on the IT related functions than the banking related ones.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by anikeadedamola: 8:35am On May 08, 2018
ejimjesus:
@bellong,mamajaz,spyroxy1,alphador, and gurus in the house .......Please my assessment result is not out yet. Please when do I open immi account and expression of interest? Must I wait for the assessment to be out?

Secondly, when is my spouse English result as well as our marriage certificate needed?


@ spyroxy1

Please am interested in getting mock tests for PTE, how can you be of assistance in this regard.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Rapture07: 8:50am On May 08, 2018
pls can someone help me with a link as to where i can study for ielts, i saw one on the previous thread but i cant seem to locate it again
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Azy123(m): 10:26am On May 08, 2018
What I know is that with your degree you will get positive assessment from ACS. But the issue is ACS occupations are highly competitive and 75 points is the least that can assure you ITA.

In comparism, EA occupations , generally speaking, are less competitive.

IF you can get a positive assessment with computer science degree and experience from EA, it is actually a better and faster route to ITA. Otherwise get your 20 points in english first to give you a chance at getting ITA and assess with ACS.

bbtundey:
[b][/b]

If i get you right, do you mean i might get a negative response from EA since i don't have a degree in Engineering? Yes, but I dont know if anyone have tried that before. So, you might want to try it or comb the web for a similar scenario. Because in this case computer science and your job experience are actually very related.

Re Cap: I have a BSc in Computer Science with 5yrs+ working experience as a field transmission engineer which aligns with Telecom field engineer (313212)

pls advice, does my profile align with 263111 without work experience or 313212 with work experience

I don't want to mix this up pls

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by mumzt: 11:20am On May 08, 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


We're in the same occupation. We should Rob minds. Please send a dm.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by spyroxy1(m): 1:25pm On May 08, 2018
anikeadedamola:



@ spyroxy1

Please am interested in getting mock tests for PTE, how can you be of assistance in this regard.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by cuteyem(m): 2:35pm On May 08, 2018
Cecegal:
Congrats on your positive assessment.

You can fill all your work experience you will see a question is this relevant to your nominated occupation say NO



quote author=BADNEAT post=67362004]
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

Sorry please do you mean you got a positive assessment without work experience? for what occupation please?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by 007djlad: 3:12pm On May 08, 2018
trastar:


I'd say Check ACS website, look at all the occupations and pick the one that's closely related to the IT related functions you have done/currently do in the Bank..
Write your assessment reference letter to closely match the one you chose.
I know for people who work in the Bank, you most likely have to draft your own letter as HR can't be very certain of your daily activities.
Let your reference letter concentrate more on the IT related functions than the banking related ones.

I appreciate your response @trastar. I will do as directed.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by universal3: 3:32pm On May 08, 2018
aussy4life:
Guys Grant has landed oooo

Timeline:
ITA ....30/8/2017
Lodged....25/10/2017
Grant ....30/4/2018
IED... 29/9/2018
Direct grant.

congratulations.
pls, could u enlight me on the process. thanks.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by JapD: 7:46pm On May 08, 2018
Veterans in the house, I hail you all.

I am a Mechanical Engineer with 65 points (10 pts from English + age + work experience). I am considering 190 with NSW and Victoria (as I want to submit EOI before the new year) but the POF no be here o.

I need your guidance please.

1. What are my chances of 189 and 190? Although I plan to get max points from English.

2. Can I use Pension, sharrs and properties as POF? If yes, how?

3. How do I nominate a state without being visible to the states (I wish to select multiple states without being seen)

Thanks in advance.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Rach90(f): 8:01pm On May 08, 2018
Hello everyone, a big thanks to the brain behind this forum. God bless you. I will like to start my PR journey and i will like everyone with experience to please help me understand the process. I have read from 0 but don't seem to understand. My profile is as follows;
Qualification: Bsc(ed) Mathematics
Age: 27yrs
Work experience: 2yrs in Banking
Test of English: applied but yet to write (IELTS)

Please I need the way forward from here. Thank you. Someone should please answer me!!!!
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Michaelamo: 9:52pm On May 08, 2018
ejimjesus:
.......Please my assessment result is not out yet. Please when do I open immi account and expression of interest? Must I wait for the assessment to be out?

Secondly, when is my spouse English result as well as our marriage certificate needed?

You can open immi account at any time. But no use for it till after ITA. Same goes for your EOI. You can open the account, but filling it would be difficult, because there are some inputs you need to make concerning skill assessment there.

Your spouse English and your marriage certificate is needed when you want to lodge your visa after ITA.

Azy123:


In comparism, EA occupations , generally speaking, are less competitive.

IF you can get a positive assessment with computer science degree and experience from EA, it is actually a better and faster route to ITA. Otherwise get your 20 points in english first to give you a chance at getting ITA and assess with ACS.


EA occupation are less competitive generally? Lolz. E dey red for everywhere now o. grin. However, I don't think there is an "If" on this case for EA. ACS is his best bet. No Engineering degree, hide your face for EA o.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Michaelamo: 10:02pm On May 08, 2018
JapD:
Veterans in the house, I hail you all.

I am a Mechanical Engineer with 65 points (10 pts from English + age + work experience). I am considering 190 with NSW and Victoria (as I want to submit EOI before the new year) but the POF no be here o.

I need your guidance please.

1. What are my chances of 189 and 190? Although I plan to get max points from English.

2. Can I use Pension, sharrs and properties as POF? If yes, how?

3. How do I nominate a state without being visible to the states (I wish to select multiple states without being seen)

Thanks in advance.


1) with 65 points, your chances for 189 are very slim right now. 70 points are waiting for the past 4 months. With 70 for 190, it's still slimmer for NSW, go check and see that they have not nominated anybody in that occupation since February abi March last year. However, you can aim for 20 on English and breeze pass all these, with that 189 will come in a week.

2) If you are talking about NSW, there is nothing like proof of funds for their 190. I think Victoria has, but some said it's only a mention abi declaration.

3) Then create separate EOI, I'm nor sure if they will still see it or not. But the truth is, if your occupation is in demand in the state, they will nominate you irrespective of your interest in other states.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by wazilo: 1:34am On May 09, 2018
Please advise is needed here, I saw this statement while assessing the vetassess page
Am 36, studied materials and metallurgical engineering and worked as a project engineer in a facilities management company 3 years , ielt 7 in each band and planning on writing PTE ....Please gentleman and fellows in the house can I get an advice.I have been following this but now I think I need guideline here

Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by stepo707: 5:03am On May 09, 2018
Michaelamo:


You can open immi account at any time. But no use for it till after ITA. Same goes for your EOI. You can open the account, but filling it would be difficult, because there are some inputs you need to make concerning skill assessment there.

Your spouse English and your marriage certificate is needed when you want to lodge your visa after ITA.





EA occupation are less competitive generally? Lolz. E dey red for everywhere now o. grin. However, I don't think there is an "If" on this case for EA. ACS is his best bet. No Engineering degree, hide your face for EA o.

You mean spouse also have to either write IELTS or pte exam? What if you don't want to claim points for spouse but just have marriage certificate?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by segzy14(m): 5:07am On May 09, 2018
Please how do I check my job classification and points.
I am 33, studied building technology.
Where do I look out for as per my job classification and requirements.
Thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Bellacious: 7:20am On May 09, 2018
stepo707:


You mean spouse also have to either write IELTS or pte exam? What if you don't want to claim points for spouse but just have marriage certificate?

Your spouse needs a proof of English too, though you can get a letter from the school (Uni) stating that s/he was taught in English. It can be dicey oh, taking the English exam removes d hypertension and reduces the stress cus some CO's May still insist on it and by then u May not have much time. My hubby didn't write the English exam, we only submitted a letter from his sch. Whichever you choose, I wish u all the best.

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