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Old 06-13-2016, 03:28 PM
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Hi all,

I have heard from someone that if you have a current job onshore and paying 10K+ tax every year, you will have a higher chance to get a sponsorship even having lower point than other. Is this true?

For me, I have recently submitted my EOI onshore with 60+5 under accounting general and working as an accountant. Do I have chance to get invited within 3-6 months? How long is the waiting time for 60+5 point.

Can anyone share your experiences. Thanks.


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There is nothing in the regulations saying that if you pay $10,000 in tax every year that you will have a better chance of getting a sponsorship. It is an interesting thought. I will ask my colleagues and find whether they have heard the same story.

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There is nothing in the regulations saying that if you pay $10,000 in tax every year that you will have a better chance of getting a sponsorship. It is an interesting thought. I will ask my colleagues and find whether they have heard the same story.
I know it is somehow ridiculous , but we know that there is no transparency in the selection process of 190. All we know is the total number of people who get invited, and no cut of point available to the public. Why would the state government refuses someone who is already contributing the society to stay in AUS.

If I am the government, I will definitely give priority to those people. Just my thought.

Anyway, my main question is under current procedure, how long is the average waiting time for accounting sponsor with 60+5 points.


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There is nothing in the regulations saying that if you pay $10,000 in tax every year that you will have a better chance of getting a sponsorship. It is an interesting thought. I will ask my colleagues and find whether they have heard the same story.
Without wanting to sound frivolous $10,000 tax would mean that your earnings would be around $58,000 p.a. which is certainly much less than a graduate with 3 or more years would expect to earn.
Here is a link to a relatively up to date article about earnings,(mind you the mining industry has taken a big hit recently)

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Without wanting to sound frivolous $10,000 tax would mean that your earnings would be around $58,000 p.a. which is certainly much less than a graduate with 3 or more years would expect to earn.
Here is a link to a relatively up to date article about earnings,(mind you the mining industry has taken a big hit recently)
Why we need to focus on how much tax I paid. I said 10k + tax doesn't mean it is exactly 10k. And why do you assume I have three years experience? I can tell you none of your assumption is correct.

My point is the contribution to the state will be one factor to get the sponsorship. Please don't focus on the exact amount, that was just an example.


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Why we need to focus on how much tax I paid. I said 10k + tax doesn't mean it is exactly 10k. And why do you assume I have three years experience? I can tell you none of your assumption is correct.

My point is the contribution to the state will be one factor to get the sponsorship. Please don't focus on the exact amount, that was just an example.
Howka I was not referring to you at all!
I was commenting on Jeremy Hooper's post.
A tax bill of $10,000 indicates a modest salary in general, hardly a big tax payer that is making an above average contribution to consolidated revenue, when the tax on the average salary would be closer to double that amount and as a prospective immigrant can't get a skilled visa without a resonable amount of experince, a person with such experience would expect to earn more than that earned by someone working in a general clerical job.

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I haven't heard of this one, but each state has its own additional selection criteria and being employed in the state may be one of them.

The only case where income seems to be relevant is the new streamlined pathway for NZ citizens, where they must earn at least the equivalent of the TSMIT (currently $ 53,900.00 per year). to qualify.

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