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Old 06-25-2016, 05:19 AM
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Unhappy 187 RSMS for chemist

Hi guys,
I completed Bachelor of Science, major in Chemistry.
I am new and not sure if this is appropriate to ask this here.
I am looking for migrating agents which are good at searching for RSMS visa jobs or companies which are willing to sponsor (of course under certain circumstances).
If anyone has any idea or have gone through this very situation, please share the experience. I owe a big thank you.
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Old 06-25-2016, 06:11 AM
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Migration agents don't search for jobs for you - that is your responsibility.

Have you checked to see if you are eligible for a visa? Have you identified an occupation on one of the skills lists that you are eligible for? If so, have you checked if you can pass the skills assessment? This will require a combination of qualifications and experience.

Then, if you have ticked yes to all of this, I would say the chances of sponsorship are slim - I have friends who are Phd qualified chemists who are Australian citizens struggling to find work at the moment


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Migration agents don't search for jobs for you - that is your responsibility.

Have you checked to see if you are eligible for a visa? Have you identified an occupation on one of the skills lists that you are eligible for? If so, have you checked if you can pass the skills assessment? This will require a combination of qualifications and experience.

Then, if you have ticked yes to all of this, I would say the chances of sponsorship are slim - I have friends who are Phd qualified chemists who are Australian citizens struggling to find work at the moment
For RSMS the occupation does not have to be on the SOL/CSOL. As it is, chemist is on the CSOL, but state sponsorship seems to be very limited. The best options may be sc. 457 or sc. 187, provided a sponsor can be found.

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