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Old 07-01-2010, 04:58 PM
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Dear All,

I am waiting for Certification of RCB in South Australia. I'd like to know two things.

Firstly, I wonder if I have any problem on process of RSMS. I am a student of TAFE SA. I'm studying at butchery, Meat processing since this Jan. During studying, I've known my employer who has 3 newsagencies in Adelaide CBD. He was looking for personnel manager who can speak two languages(English & Korean). Also, he wanted a person who has military background. So, he made decision to be sponsor for me because I can speak English and have 11 yesrs military background as military officer(Army Captain). When I was looking for immigration agency, a agent said that I couldn't apply for RSMS as a Personnel Manager because I currrently have student visa and study butchery. He said I don't have qualifying visa. However, other agent said it's not problem. So, I'm applying RSMS.
Is it serious problem? My application is Off-shore. I'm applying for RSMS with my career in Korea, not in Australia. Anybody can help me?

Secondly, how long does RCB step take time? 2weeks? Or more?

I know South Australia government is friendly to RSMS so their processing time doesn't take long time. Is it true?

Kind regards,

Peter


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Dear All,

I am waiting for Certification of RCB in South Australia. I'd like to know two things.

Firstly, I wonder if I have any problem on process of RSMS. I am a student of TAFE SA. I'm studying at butchery, Meat processing since this Jan. During studying, I've known my employer who has 3 newsagencies in Adelaide CBD. He was looking for personnel manager who can speak two languages(English & Korean). Also, he wanted a person who has military background. So, he made decision to be sponsor for me because I can speak English and have 11 yesrs military background as military officer(Army Captain). When I was looking for immigration agency, a agent said that I couldn't apply for RSMS as a Personnel Manager because I currrently have student visa and study butchery. He said I don't have qualifying visa. However, other agent said it's not problem. So, I'm applying RSMS.
Is it serious problem? My application is Off-shore. I'm applying for RSMS with my career in Korea, not in Australia. Anybody can help me?

Secondly, how long does RCB step take time? 2weeks? Or more?

I know South Australia government is friendly to RSMS so their processing time doesn't take long time. Is it true?

Kind regards,

Peter
If you have a look pero at Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (Subclass 119/857) you can see that you can still apply onshore without a qualifying visa [ and in fact student visas can be a qualifying visa though a course needs to have been completed, not that butchering may be too relevant for newsagents! ].
I would think the main issue for you whether you apply onshore or offshore is going to be having the relevant qualifications.
I think the main issue for your newsagency owner is going to be justifying why a personnel manager is required and for one to have a military background etc.
Have a look at employer eligibility too - Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (Subclass 119/857)
The employer needs to get the RCB approval and no idea how long that takes.
I haven't checked btw that Personnel Manager is on ENSOL but assume it is otherwise you and the employer would not consider this.
I understand that military officer training is all about leadership and other personnel management issues and then you and your prospective employer will likely need to either show that your military training in leadership/personnel issues could be considered equivalent to Australian trade or diploma level [ and that may be possible ] or it will need to be shown there is relative reason for an exemption to be granted.

An interesting situation and good luck!.


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Dear Wanderer,

Thanks a lot. I graduated university & graduate school. Also, I was Personnel officer in Korean Army. I think I have the relevant qualifications. I am under 45years old and have IELTS 6.0. My question means my currently course(Butchery) could be problem during off-shore RSMS.

Furthermore, Personnel Officer is on the ENSOL.(ASCO 2291-11).

I already checked my condition and am applying for RSMS.


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Dear Wanderer,

Thanks a lot. I graduated university & graduate school. Also, I was Personnel officer in Korean Army. I think I have the relevant qualifications. I am under 45years old and have IELTS 6.0. My question means my currently course(Butchery) could be problem during off-shore RSMS.

Furthermore, Personnel Officer is on the ENSOL.(ASCO 2291-11).

I already checked my condition and am applying for RSMS.
It would seem that you may not have such an issue in showing relevant qualifications but before you put in your RSMS visa application, I would be waiting for your prospective employer to get RCB approval for without that your application will go nowhere and you just lose your application fee.

I do not see any relevance of your butchery course other than that you're in Australia legally and once the RCB approval is obtained and in fact your employer gets the nod from Immi re his and the position approval, it will really be down to your University graduation and army experience being considered appropriate to the position.

Just get the employer side of things completed and then consider your application.


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