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  1. Jobs and work
    Hello, I am trying to re-subscribe to IMechE after a 2-year break from work and now I'm back to work in Australia I feel I should get back on this. I am under the impression that I can claim this kind of subscriptions back in tax, either partly or completely, is this true even for IMechE /...
  2. Education
    The RPL acknowledges that candidates may have gained appropriate knowledge, understanding, and skills during their previous work experience (paid or unpaid), be it in Australia or further afield. It also takes into consideration any competencies the individual will have developed as a result...
  3. Visas and immigration
    Hi we are applying for an offshore partner visa and I am lost when it comes to certifying the documents since the OZ embassy here in Singapore doesn't handle such requests for migration. I have found a public notary who charges 75 SGD per certificate. She has suggested I do this as a...
  4. Visas and immigration
    Hello, I have been studying in Australia for the last 2 years (PHD in Engineering) and thinking of applying for PR now. I did my degree in BSc (computer science) (4 years degree) in Sri Lanka. I have been employed at one of my friends company in Sri Lanka for the last two years, working 20...
  5. Visas and immigration
    Hi everyone :). I'm just getting ready to submit my Partner Visa 820 application online thru ImmiAccountx and I'm a bit confused on what exactly I need certified copies of. At Partner visa (subclasses 820 and 801) > Visa Applicants > Document checklist for applicants, it reads: "Provide...
  6. Visas and immigration
    I have a question about certification assessments for the partner. Do both the main applicant and his partner have to go through the certification assessment or is it just enough for the main applicant to assess his certificates? And, if the partner didn't assess his certificate , would that...
  7. Visas and immigration
    Hi! In Denmark our foreign ministry has this (paid) service of providing socalled "legalization" of documents as well as "verification" of docs. The difference is, that legalization is an official proof (by stamp) that the document one is sending to an overseas official is a true document,it...
  8. Visas and immigration
    Hi everyone My question: When you lodge your application it says that all the documents you are lodging with is should be certified, what does this mean and how does ine do it, say for instance I have to certify my birth certificare, how is this done? Thanks for this excellent forum!
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