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Information required regarding 190 for NSW

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Old 03-20-2016, 11:19 AM
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Information required regarding 190 for NSW

I have received an invitation to apply for 190 state nomination of NSW. The experiance i had assessed from Vetasses was in december 2014, however i am on the same job and it increased my points this february, before the i lodged the EOi. I asked many people if i need to re-assess my documents from vetasses and all suggested there is no need, however, when u provide your supporting documents to the state, make sure they are updated. Now, I received invitation to apply for NSW 190.

The following documents are mandatory for every application on NSW website:
Bio data page of the passport please do not scan entire passport
Current skills assessment from relevant assessing authority for your nominated occupation
English language ability results IELTS/OET
Educational qualifications certificates and academic transcripts
Full curriculum vitae/resume
Evidence to support all points-related claims that you make in your application

Question 1: I want to know what other documents you advise me to include ?, shall i include all the same updated documents which i sent to Vet-assess including (Bank statement, experience certificates, high school certificates etc)

I was reading on the NSW webiste, on NSW website it says "All mandatory evidence should be clear colour or certified black and white copies of the original."

Whereas, i was reading on

It says "All supporting documents must be scanned and uploaded with your application. All documents that you provide must be certified copies of original documents. Do not include original documents unless specifically requested to do so by the department."

Question 2: Shall i upload scanned color original documents to NSW ? or Shall i upload Notarized COLOR copies of the original documents ? or Shall i upload Notarized black n white copies of the original documents ? What is the best option ? As i want to make my case very strong and avoid delays, so, kindly advise on this.

Question 3: Any advise or tips or information regarding applying for 190 NSW would be highly appreciated.


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Old 03-20-2016, 11:43 AM
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Also, I want to know, If you provide all the proof and relevant documents supporting your EOI, Can NSW still reject your application ?

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