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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by mamajaz(f): 2:53am On Nov 03
It's been long I came home last. Congrats to Trastar, spyroxyl1, and other grantees. May the land cooperate with you for progress, breakthrough and break forth.
And to my person that got negative from vetasses, may you get the needed strength to do it again and get it right, so sorry about that.
Chief Bellong, happy belated birthday, more money in your pockets.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by GreenMavro: 5:50am On Nov 03
Good morning FAM....does Bellaz write PTE test on Saturdays? Because UKEAS told me dy only write the exam Monday's to Wednesdays and I am usually chances on Saturdays.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Ola9292(m): 6:56am On Nov 03
Hello house, i studied chemical engineering in schl but i am confused with the engineer Australia assessment, pls i need an engineer who has does his/her assessment or someone who is already in Australia to put me through the right path. Pls help a brother.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Rach90(f): 4:17pm On Nov 03
Thank you @mamajaz. Amen to your prayer
mamajaz:
It's been long I came home last. Congrats to Trastar, spyroxyl1, and other grantees. May the land cooperate with you for progress, breakthrough and break forth.
And to my person that got negative from vetasses, may you get the needed strength to do it again and get it right, so sorry about that.
Chief Bellong, happy belated birthday, more money in your pockets.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by trastar(f): 4:56pm On Nov 03
mamajaz:
It's been long I came home last. Congrats to Trastar, spyroxyl1, and other grantees. May the land cooperate with you for progress, breakthrough and break forth.
And to my person that got negative from vetasses, may you get the needed strength to do it again and get it right, so sorry about that.
Chief Bellong, happy belated birthday, more money in your pockets.

thank you Mama
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by trastar(f): 4:57pm On Nov 03
catchdwind4rmkd:
Congrats @Trastar
Best wishes

thank you

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by frank043(m): 5:12pm On Nov 03
tomimy1:
Would mechanical and production Engineering degree be considered relevant to civil engineering draftperson experience?

You will need a qualification in that field and/or a job description to match.

The job description you'd be stating needs to be tailored according to that stated on the anzosearch website.

With good enough evidence and documents you can claim whatever.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by frank043(m): 5:17pm On Nov 03
sirgigs:
Dear Guru's in the house,

sorry I just have to ask this question as it's disturbing me.
Is it true that to measure English competence e.g via IELTS. It is judged based on the lowest score in the 4 bands?

L8
S8
W6.5.....this will be the basis for scoring
R8

If I were you, I'd apply for a remark of the writing. If the interval for remarking has not elapsed, please go and remark, there are things one doesn't joke with oo... Lolzzz.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Embassy4u: 8:59pm On Nov 03
Bellaz takes PTE Tuesdays and Wednesdays only.

GreenMavro:
Good morning FAM....does Bellaz write PTE test on Saturdays? Because UKEAS told me dy only write the exam Monday's to Wednesdays and I am usually chances on Saturdays.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by GreenMavro: 12:29am On Nov 04
Embassy4u:
Bellaz takes PTE Tuesdays and Wednesdays only.

Thanks for the response
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Ola9292(m): 5:21am On Nov 04
Ola9292:
Hello house, i studied chemical engineering in schl but i am confused with the engineer Australia assessment, pls i need an engineer who has does his/her assessment or someone who is already in Australia to put me through the right path. Pls help a brother.
Please house,i need answers
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Alphadoor: 8:12am On Nov 04
Updated

Honorary Roll Call .

If you know..... you know grin

E fit be you too ooo.

Don't be passing by.....


Bellong
Jukeblam
Tyosho
Malkingburg
Sammywemmy
Cuteannie02
Akinnawou
Pinoralia
Kempguy47
Sesal
Oknee
Ome240
Jamson
Bolaobby
Vinsmuft
Chidike
Incemay
Martinoonline
Funkyjo
Catchdwind4rmkd
Bnimz
Greeneophyte
Majiouk2002
Baenoz
Disectur
Yoctek
Eladua
Blitzenkreig66
Royal54
Doyen06
Yeeshas
Babylove01
Samge
Duch1020
Ozymigrant
Sofi05
Iceberg54
Lalaazo
Nosula
Teejah80
Omooloriredade
Hephziebah
Sujydee
Olalekankad
Ibiyemiara
Humanshado
Ifexsco
Kamotisha
Mctowel01
Yinlak
Johnsontade
Scrollmeout
Hordunayodt
Zoew
Manga5
Aussy4life 
00francis
teewhysafe
Bellacious
NNBB2012
afolaseg
SallyAUS
Cottyekundayo
Solace5
misoke
neks01
afosahid
emmabogs
ALPHADOOR
jayooh
Aub430
Michealmo
Trastar
Spyroxy1

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by omo1010: 3:40pm On Nov 04
Sorry, I didn't get the mail. Pls resend
akari01:
Hello,
I sent a mail. Pls revert.

Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by simeonaussie: 5:24pm On Nov 04
Please add me(07038208484) to the PTE watssap group. Thanks
spyroxy1:
Yes my people. The deal was sealed at exactly 2.22am this morning between me and Scott Morisson.

Help me thank God and appreciate HIM.

Lodged April 13 2018
Granted Nov 1 2018
No Contact at all.
Visa 189
IED Feb 28 2019

#COTERIE #EFMNG #WTFMNG #KSP #GIN #GIH
Cc @bellong, Azy123, Alphadoor, Afosahid , Tuteso, zannyzara, Michaelamo, majiouk2002, afolasaeg, olalekankad, kamotisha, and you.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Viola2017: 5:27pm On Nov 04
Good day house, my husband studied Archtecture(with one year NYSC experience) while he has six years supervisory experience in Logistics, inventory and warehousing in an international organisation. We have checked the SOL but is not listed. please kindly advise
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by inagbe1: 5:52pm On Nov 04
Please add me too to the whatsapp group (07039833475)
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by gsalvatore: 7:47pm On Nov 04
zanyzara:


This your case is dicey.

VETASSESS is supposed to assess you as a food technologist but with your unrelated experience that would be a negative outcome.

Send a mail to Engineers Australia to ask whether they can assess you as "Engineering Technologist"

Let's have that feedback first.

Zany.

Thanks boss. Way to go...
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by jonababa: 9:21pm On Nov 04
Please do I qualify for partner point if my wife studied accounting (HND) but does not have a work experience in that field.

PS: I am am accountant with over 8years experience.
@bellong @Alphadoor
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by lovebayus(m): 9:28pm On Nov 04
Hello everyone,
I recently got a negative assessment with Vetassess for Marketing Specialist. Apparently I didn't prepare thoroughly so my BSC was assessed as AQF Associate degree.
I want to reassess now as customer service manager.

Question: 1. Has anyone done this before?
2. Will VETASSESS refer to the earlier documents I submitted for the first one.

I need help pls.
Thanks

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by jonababa: 9:45pm On Nov 04
Congrats @spyroxy1 Please add me to the PTE WhatsApp group 08063324747

spyroxy1:
Yes my people. The deal was sealed at exactly 2.22am this morning between me and Scott Morisson.

Help me thank God and appreciate HIM.

Lodged April 13 2018
Granted Nov 1 2018
No Contact at all.
Visa 189
IED Feb 28 2019

#COTERIE #EFMNG #WTFMNG #KSP #GIN #GIH
Cc @bellong, Azy123, Alphadoor, Afosahid , Tuteso, zannyzara, Michaelamo, majiouk2002, afolasaeg, olalekankad, kamotisha, and you.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by abby2443: 11:08pm On Nov 04
Hi, if he did 4/5years B.Sc plus two years masters, he can go for AACA (architect accrediatation council of Australia) assessment, they don't require work experience, please visit their website for details OR if he has worked in an architectural firm or as a draftsman in any other company before, he can assess as architectural draftsperson with vetassess. All the best.

Viola2017:
Good day house, my husband studied Archtecture(with one year NYSC experience) while he has six years supervisory experience in Logistics, inventory and warehousing in an international organisation. We have checked the SOL but is not listed. please kindly advise

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by white99(m): 11:27pm On Nov 04
Congratulation to sporoxy1 and trastar, Welcome back zany i miss your word's of encouragement.
This race is not for the soft hearted.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by wallexy(m): 11:37pm On Nov 04
For one who is a microfinance staff for years, wat occupation can he opt for on the list.
Had HND in business mgt,
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by trastar(f): 11:43pm On Nov 04
Alphadoor:
Updated

Honorary Roll Call .

If you know..... you know grin

E fit be you too ooo.

Don't be passing by.....


Bellong
Jukeblam
Tyosho
Malkingburg
Sammywemmy
Cuteannie02
Akinnawou
Pinoralia
Kempguy47
Sesal
Oknee
Ome240
Jamson
Bolaobby
Vinsmuft
Chidike
Incemay
Martinoonline
Funkyjo
Catchdwind4rmkd
Bnimz
Greeneophyte
Majiouk2002
Baenoz
Disectur
Yoctek
Eladua
Blitzenkreig66
Royal54
Doyen06
Yeeshas
Babylove01
Samge
Duch1020
Ozymigrant
Sofi05
Iceberg54
Lalaazo
Nosula
Teejah80
Omooloriredade
Hephziebah
Sujydee
Olalekankad
Ibiyemiara
Humanshado
Ifexsco
Kamotisha
Mctowel01
Yinlak
Johnsontade
Scrollmeout
Hordunayodt
Zoew
Manga5
Aussy4life 
00francis
teewhysafe
Bellacious
NNBB2012
afolaseg
SallyAUS
Cottyekundayo
Solace5
misoke
neks01
afosahid
emmabogs
ALPHADOOR
jayooh
Aub430
Michealmo
Trastar
Spyroxy1


Look at my fine name.
God is good.
This list will continue to grow. Amen.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by trastar(f): 11:44pm On Nov 04
white99:
Congratulation to sporoxy1 and trastar, Welcome back zany i miss your word's of encouragement.
This race is not for the soft hearted.

Thank you
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by trastar(f): 11:47pm On Nov 04
lovebayus:
Hello everyone,
I recently got a negative assessment with Vetassess for Marketing Specialist. Apparently I didn't prepare thoroughly so my BSC was assessed as AQF Associate degree.
I want to reassess now as customer service manager.

Question: 1. Has anyone done this before?
2. Will VETASSESS refer to the earlier documents I submitted for the first one.

I need help pls.
Thanks
Your BSC being assessed as associate degree doesn’t really have anything to do with your preparation. You can’t package that as they have criteria and rules they follow to determine what your degree is equivalent to.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by trastar(f): 11:50pm On Nov 04
To
jonababa:
Please do I qualify for partner point if my wife studied accounting (HND) but does not have a work experience in that field.

PS: I am am accountant with over 8years experience.
@bellong @Alphadoor
To qualify for partner point your partner has to access and get a positive assessment from assessment body responsible for her occupation.
So the question should be whether she will get a positive assesment with no work experience...
I can’t say. Maybe accountants in the house can help with that.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Franklyly: 12:16am On Nov 05
I joined this thread November last year, shortly after graduating from school, the accessing body for my profession insisted on 2 years post graduation job experience before you can get a positive outcome.....one year has passed, unto the 2nd year now, the wait is not easy,but its worth it!!! Kudos to all the in-house gurus and congrats to those that have made it.

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Alphadoor: 6:42am On Nov 05
Franklyly:
I joined this thread November last year, shortly after graduating from school, the accessing body for my profession insisted on 2 years post graduation job experience before you can get a positive outcome.....one year has passed, unto the 2nd year now, the wait is not easy,but its worth it!!! Kudos to all the in-house gurus and congrats to those that have made it.

Which assessment body is that?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Viola2017: 7:35am On Nov 05
[quote author=abby2443 post=72688024]Hi, if he did 4/5years B.Sc plus two years masters, he can go for AACA (architect accrediatation council of Australia) assessment, they don't require work experience, please visit their website for details OR if he has worked in an architectural firm or as a draftsman in any other company before, he can assess as architectural draftsperson with vetassess. All the best.

.Thank sir. he has 4 years of B.sc in Architecture with no masters but currently running an MBA program. On the other hand, i have B.sc in Accounting from Unn with 2 years experience. pls is it a must that you will stick to the skill one used while applying once he or she gets there and again is there no related field that he can substitute for logistics
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by abby2443: 8:46am On Nov 05
@Viola2017

His 4years B.Sc will not fly with AACA but like i mentioned earlier if he has at least one year experience in any archy firm or as a draftsman in any company he should be fine with vetassess.

As regards your second question.. No, you can decide to switch your discipline once you get there, no penalty for that.

With respect to the third, I'll like to leave that for the accountants in the house. Regards
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Viola2017: 9:29am On Nov 05
abby2443:
@Viola2017

His 4years B.Sc will not fly with AACA but like i mentioned earlier if he has at least one year experience in any archy firm or as a draftsman in any company he should be fine with vetassess.

As regards your second question.. No, you can decide to switch your discipline once you get there, no penalty for that.

With respect to the third, I'll like to leave that for the accountants in the house. Regards



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