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Old 01-17-2016, 08:31 AM
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Hi everyone, Im Gabriel, I am 26 years old, I wanted to know if someone can solve out a path for me to obtain a PR.

I have been studying CRICOS masters of finance in a non-award exchange program. An educational agent told me these non award subjects wouldnt be taken into consideration for migration purposes, unless I earn the full degree, Is this true?.
The thing is that Finance is not in the SOL list, and may want to change to professional accounting. Depending on which would be the most suitable way.

I have almost completed a masters in home country, only thing I am missing is to hand my research that I can conduct from here, I also have a graduate diploma in marketing in home country Universty and a certificate of the "mexican ASIC" as Insurance Agent and had worked 8 months in home country as it, I have no idea which path is the better one, as i Understand professional accounting requires an extra certificate by the CPA to gain the PR, is it the same for FInance?
Can i get a sponsorship for Finance or for Professional accounting from the state?

The master of finance is a 1.5 o 2 years long program, if it were the case I would like not to pay more for tuition fees, so to obtain the PR, could I apply as insurance agent under CSOL with actual studies and finishing master of home country, or should i better finish as well the 1.5 years' master and earn the degree and then apply under CSOL, or finish the 2 years' program and then get the post work visa and find an sposor ?

The educational agent told me it was easier to go to tasmania under the 189 visa, but an australian friend told me its hard to find a job there, so I wouldnt be able to cover the expenses and fees. He also mentioned something about professional Practises, which also have a fee, but I did not understand.

furthermore I have learned some languages but do not have the certificate of proficiency, if I got certified in these languages, would that count for Migration?

Thanks everyone!!!!

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