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Old 08-08-2012, 03:32 PM
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Anybody applied under subclass 190

Hi all,

I'm looking for people who have applied for immigration under subclass 190.
So people of similar goals can discuss the process and make a network.

Please let me know.

Thanks and Regards,
Gaurav


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Old 01-03-2013, 10:34 AM
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Hi all,

I'm looking for people who have applied for immigration under subclass 190.
So people of similar goals can discuss the process and make a network.

Please let me know.

Thanks and Regards,
Gaurav
Hi Gaurav,

Just going through the old link and I'm interested in visa 190. I have submitted EOI and got assessed at 65 points. No invitation letter so far. How are you going with this visa?


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Old 01-08-2013, 10:57 AM
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I am planning immigration and considering a sub class 190...
hv few concerns who cud help me with it plz?

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Hi Gaurav,

Just going through the old link and I'm interested in visa 190. I have submitted EOI and got assessed at 65 points. No invitation letter so far. How are you going with this visa?


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Hi All -

I'd be happy to help with any subclass 190 questions. As this is the state/territory sponsored version of the skilled visa, once you have your state sponsorship approved, an invitation should arrive fairly quickly unless you are put on a state "waiting list" where the sponsorship is approved but they don't have a current need for your occupation but anticipate a need in the future.

Questions welcome!

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Thanks for the quick reply mark...
Can you please assess my case?.
I am turning 29 this year, i have done 2 years bachelors in commerce from
recognized college. I got accounting job in the year 2008 in a travel agency where i worked for around 3 years and then moved to Dubai head office as a senior level operations manager where i monitor and do handle part of the accounting job as well as reporting to high management...
soon to appear for Ielts test on feb 14th.
i m stranded where to start from and what occupation is right for me?..
i m a bit concerned of not getting positive assessments against my qualifications which may not match with their core courses as i can see 2 courses not studied.

if this is not the right occupation then i guess i can show my other managerial experience as an Operations Manager managing a travel agency.

Hope to hear from u on that.


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Hi All -

I'd be happy to help with any subclass 190 questions. As this is the state/territory sponsored version of the skilled visa, once you have your state sponsorship approved, an invitation should arrive fairly quickly unless you are put on a state "waiting list" where the sponsorship is approved but they don't have a current need for your occupation but anticipate a need in the future.

Questions welcome!

Best,

Mark Northam


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Hi Shahida -

If you'll send your resume/CV to me at [email protected] and mention we communicated on Australia Forum, I can have a look.

Thanks,

Mark Northam

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Hi ALL

I am also hope to apply NSW sponsorship under Software engineer(261313) category . My total point is 55. Sponsorship will give other 5 marks. BUT I HAVE ONLY 6 for IELTS.

I KNOW THEIR WEBSITE IS SAYING I CAN APPLY sponsorship with IELTS 6.
IT DOESN'T MEAN i am getting Sponsorship.

i know that i can apply with these IETLS result.

1. what is the POSSIBILITY of getting nomination from NSW with this IELTS 6 result ?

2. will they give extra consideration for people who have higher IELTS ?

pls help me.. i so appreciate your comments on this..

thanks,
rgds,
Sanje


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I would love info about this too! On the immi site the indepandant 189 and the 190 seems the same only that the procesing times for the 190 is quicker. Were looking at Perth (butler) x

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Hi Sanje -

Most skilled applicants are selected based on their points test score - more IELTS = more points. But IELTS is not the only way to get more points - more work experience or a higher academic qualification can also result in more points.

As to being selected for an invitation by a state/territory, it can depend on:

* How many of a particular occupation they are seeking to sponsor
* How many have been sponsored so far (counts reset generally on 1 July at the beginning of the "program year")
* How many people score above you on the points test for your occupation
* Whether you have any particular attributes that they are looking for specifically (ie, experience with a particular software platform, etc) and specially select you for

So, there's no guarantee of being sponsored under either the subclass 189 (independent) or 190 (state/territory sponsored) skilled visa - all you can do is to pass your skills assessment and IELTS, lodge your EOI and state sponsorship application and hope to be chosen - that's the current system, for better or for worse.

Best,

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will give prority who has higher IELTS ?

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Hi Sanje -

Most skilled applicants are selected based on their points test score - more IELTS = more points. But IELTS is not the only way to get more points - more work experience or a higher academic qualification can also result in more points.

As to being selected for an invitation by a state/territory, it can depend on:

* How many of a particular occupation they are seeking to sponsor
* How many have been sponsored so far (counts reset generally on 1 July at the beginning of the "program year")
* How many people score above you on the points test for your occupation
* Whether you have any particular attributes that they are looking for specifically (ie, experience with a particular software platform, etc) and specially select you for

So, there's no guarantee of being sponsored under either the subclass 189 (independent) or 190 (state/territory sponsored) skilled visa - all you can do is to pass your skills assessment and IELTS, lodge your EOI and state sponsorship application and hope to be chosen - that's the current system, for better or for worse.

Best,

Mark Northam
Thanks for your feedback MARK . Really appreciated.

i drafted your comments summery and pls verify that.

Ex: Person A : IELTS = 6 each band
Person B : IELTS = 7 each band

Both have same Total Mark . suppose it is 60.

in above case, there is NO ANY PRIORITY for Person B is getting due to HIGHER IELTS mark ?


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