That’s correct, the additional information they have highlighted will be required if you only have an associate degree.
With regards to the 190 visa question. The Australian Short-term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL) is used as part of the Australian points system for immigration. If you are applying for skilled migration via nomination by a…[Read more]
Hi Shiraz and welcome to GDU :)
According to the information from the TRA website here.
From 1 July 2014 skills assessments issued by TRA or a TRA approved RTO and lodged in support of certain types of skilled visa applications must be no older than three years from the date of issue.
Skills assessments issued by TRA or a TRA approved RTO, and…[Read more]
Hi Mate, Accountants is a popular occupation so there is much competition.
The process for applying for an Australian Permanent Residence (PR) visa is best described on the Australian Migration Website here
Take a look at the diagram under “The process” for a synopsis of the process and let me…[Read more]
The Occupations on the STSOL can also qualify for the Subclass 190 Skilled Nominated Visa
Although this is a slightly more difficult route, these visa paths may also offer PR.
From the Department website..
You can claim partner skills if, when you are invited, your partner:
is under 50 years of age
has competent English
has an occupation that is on the same skilled occupations list as your nominated occupation
has been assessed by the relevant assessing authority as having suitable skills for their nominated…
1. Based on the information available here, social workers have a level of skill commensurate with a bachelor degree or higher qualification. In some instances relevant experience and/or on-the-job training may be required in addition to the formal qualification
With this in mind, I would suggest that an associate degree…[Read more]
Hi Dario, the MLTSSL list (current version here) has recently been updated so you may find different versions on the web.
I’ve been unable to identify any logistics related roles on the current MLTSSL list which governs the occupations that would qualify for PR. If you can provide a little further information about where you have seen something…[Read more]
Hi Richard, I don’t think they can mate.
In ‘the old days’ this may have been an option, however, the Aussie government has really clamped down on the Relative sponsorship space.
Generally speaking, you can go via the family sponsored route if:
– You are aged and financially dependent on a relative who lives here, or
– Your and your partner’s…[Read more]
Hi Adeeba, Accounts are one of the most popular occupations at the moment and you are correct that recent invitation rounds have seen accountants requiring 80 points.
With that said, Auditors are being invited with a point score of 75 points.
It’s important that if you have the time, to look avenues that will help you get additional points as at…[Read more]
Take a look at the following link to find a qualified (and importantly) registered migration agent.
Using this link, you’ll be able to refine by location and other criteria.
I don’t have a personal recommendation so I would be inclined to get a number of quotes and take…[Read more]
He gents, for your own benefit, please refrain from sharing personal information on our forums.
Though it is preferable to maintain communications within our forums so everyone can benefit from the knowledge shared. If you must share personal information please do so via a private message.
You can send another forum member a message by…[Read more]
Hi Richard, of course, you can do it yourself if you have the time and inclination. :)
See the following link for a little more background regarding whats involved.
Hope these helps!
Mark replied to the topic Does De Facto partner need to be on the skilled migration list also? in the forum Thinking About It 2 weeks, 4 days ago
Hi Richard, just to check, are you guys married?
If you are married and are making a ‘joint’ application (with you as the primary) then she will attract the same visa status as yourself.
So if you get a 489 visa, this visa lets you AND your family:
stay in Australia for up to 4 years
live, work and study in a specified region of…[Read more]
Mark replied to the topic Does De Facto partner need to be on the skilled migration list also? in the forum Thinking About It 2 weeks, 5 days ago
Hi Richard, it won’t impact you. If you are the ‘primary’ applicant then only you need to have a qualifying occupation.
With that said, as the primary applicant, you will be expected to support your partner financially if she is unable to get employment.
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