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Old 05-27-2013, 10:58 PM
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Hi Alexandra -

It would be easier to do this for a 457 visa (depending on how they change the rules on 1 July) than a PR visa as the skills assessment process currently is a much more demanding process than qualifying for a 457 where your work experience is the focus. So if you have good work experience as a copyrwriter, I think you would have a good chance of qualifying for a 457 visa in that field from a sponsoring employer, even with a BBA degree.

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Hi Everyone,

My Name is priyanka sharma. My husband is also applying for 189 subclass. We have few doubts.

1. Before Marriage, My Name was Priyanka Bharti. Now it is priyanka Sharma ( we have got it endorsed only on marriage certificate). whereas all my documents say Bharti only. should we mention this in the EOI for the question of "name change" ? or that is not required. If we have to mention that, then is marriage certificate a good enough of proof for name change...or is there any other document also that we need to produce to support the name change thing.

2. We have recently moved to Mumbai from Noida [ just 4-5 months back]. and staying on a rented apartment here. in the address column, do we need to fill this temporary address ? is it linked to Police clearacne certificate (PCC) in anyway ? or should we furnish the permanent address of Noida only ?? basically is it mandatory that you furnish the current address only even if it is not permanent ??

3. About PCC -- as we have recently moved to Mumbai, should we apply for PCC in mumbai only or we can also apply for the same in noida itself ? will police consider this short duration for providing PCC or is there any other process that we need to follow?

4. Spouse names are not endorsed on our passports. Is that a mandatory thing for PCC or is that required anywhere in this whole process? we have marriage certificate as a proof of relation.

Your help is much appreciated.

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Hey Mark,

Thank you so much. So how should I do, just send my CV and portolio to adertising agencies, explaining I am from Romania? And if they want to hire me, then I apply for the 457 visa?


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Hi -

You can certainly do that - job boards and recruiters may also be helpful. An employer will need to already be setup to sponsor applicants for the 457 visa, or will need to become eligible to do so before you apply for your 457 visa to be sponsored by that employer.

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Dear Mark,

Could you kindly let me know what is "the minimum number of years required for the paid work experience, visa -189"?
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Hi -

See direct email to you - zero is the answer, unless required by a licensing authority or skills assessor for your occupation. There used to be a minimum number of years required by DIBP for the skilled independent visa (and other skilled visas) however for the 189 this no longer exists.

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Employment Assessment

Dear Mark,
I am a cost and management accountant from Pakistan. My qualification has been assessed to be equivalent to an Australian Bachelors degree by IPA (Accountant General is my nominated occupation). I have more than 10 years of experience. Is it compulsory to have my employment assessed from IPA too.

Getting my employment will cost me time and money both.

I intend to submit my application on Skill Select at the earliest.

I shall be grateful if you can guide me on this.

Regards,
Imran


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Hi Imran -

Pls see response on the Ask Mark thread - strongly recommend you have IPA assess your work experience.

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