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Old 01-21-2014, 10:55 AM
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I am sandeep and i need your guidance regarding my EOI status. Because I gave my documents to my agent for processing but now when i ask him for the status of my EOI and so own. He refuse me to do so because He said if i provide you eoi number then you can file your documents by own. Please help me out what should i do in this context and how can i get the detail even i am ready to give the require documents of verification. Please help me out or is there any way out to know the status of EOI.

I am looking forward of your reply.

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Hi
I am sandeep and i need your guidance regarding my EOI status. Because I gave my documents to my agent for processing but now when i ask him for the status of my EOI and so own. He refuse me to do so because He said if i provide you eoi number then you can file your documents by own. Please help me out what should i do in this context and how can i get the detail even i am ready to give the require documents of verification. Please help me out or is there any way out to know the status of EOI.

I am looking forward of your reply.

Thanks
Sandeep, Please contact your agent and request him to provide you the details only for follow up. Please tell him that even if you get a Skillselect Login ID and password, You would not upload the docs by yourself and would go with his professional opinion. If you have shown in the application that you are being assisted by an agent in this application, then you can request an additional ID. However mostly, You will have to resolve this between you and your agent and an outside influence would be of little help.


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Old 12-16-2014, 01:22 AM
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Hello Mark,

My name is Sunil and i'm from India. I'm looking for job and wish to live in Australia and as the same, I've applied for PR through Vetassess. Basically i'm into supply chain/procurement profile and have 5.8 yrs of relevant experience and overall of 6.9 yrs.

It would be great if someone can help me in letting me know which are sites to apply for jobs in Australia for Indians and also detailed procedure on next steps and time taken to complete all the process.


Thanks,
Sunil


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Old 12-16-2014, 07:09 AM
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Hi Sunilraj -

Thanks for the note - Vetassess can give you a skills assessment, but cannot give you PR - that would be the result of a PR visa granted by the immigration dept (DIBP).

It not possible for me to do individual assessments here on the forum as there are simply too many details that are required in order to determine eligibility for a visa, especially a skilled visa.

Applications for Australian visas often have to deal with three different sets of rules and regulations: skills assessment authority regulations, state and territory sponsorship regulations, and visa regulations from the Department of Immigration and Border Protection. As a result, determining which visa(s) an applicant for is a complex question and not able to be answered in a quick back & forth emails or forum posts.

We offer a professional consultation designed to provide the time necessary to work through your situation, answer your questions, and gather enough information about your situation to determine exactly which visa(s) you may qualify for and the steps you would need to do to apply.

If you'd like to book a consultation, we offer this service by phone, Skype and at our office in Parramatta. For more information or to book, visit our website listed in my signature below.

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Hello Mark,

My name is Sunil and i'm from India. I'm looking for job and wish to live in Australia and as the same, I've applied for PR through Vetassess. Basically i'm into supply chain/procurement profile and have 5.8 yrs of relevant experience and overall of 6.9 yrs.

It would be great if someone can help me in letting me know which are sites to apply for jobs in Australia for Indians and also detailed procedure on next steps and time taken to complete all the process.


Thanks,
Sunil

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Old 12-16-2014, 07:45 AM
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Hi Mark,

Thanks for detailed procedure . This would help me to understand.Can you let me know if there is any portals to apply for job in Australia so that I could do best.

Thanks,
Sunil

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Hi Sunilraj -

Thanks for the note - Vetassess can give you a skills assessment, but cannot give you PR - that would be the result of a PR visa granted by the immigration dept (DIBP).

It not possible for me to do individual assessments here on the forum as there are simply too many details that are required in order to determine eligibility for a visa, especially a skilled visa.

Applications for Australian visas often have to deal with three different sets of rules and regulations: skills assessment authority regulations, state and territory sponsorship regulations, and visa regulations from the Department of Immigration and Border Protection. As a result, determining which visa(s) an applicant for is a complex question and not able to be answered in a quick back & forth emails or forum posts.

We offer a professional consultation designed to provide the time necessary to work through your situation, answer your questions, and gather enough information about your situation to determine exactly which visa(s) you may qualify for and the steps you would need to do to apply.

If you'd like to book a consultation, we offer this service by phone, Skype and at our office in Parramatta. For more information or to book, visit our website listed in my signature below.

Thanks again for the enquiry -

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Mark Northam


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Old 12-16-2014, 08:23 AM
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Hi Sunilraj -

Tightening job market here - I'd check out SEEK - Australia's no. 1 jobs, employment, career and recruitment site and AustJobs

Hope this helps -

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Hi Mark,

Thanks for detailed procedure . This would help me to understand.Can you let me know if there is any portals to apply for job in Australia so that I could do best.

Thanks,
Sunil

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Old 03-25-2015, 05:33 AM
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Hello Mark,

Need a bit of clarifications for my Australia PR process.

Currently I have completed my skill assessment from Vetasses and have a positive assessment. I have 5.1 yrs of relevant experience and since it's a points based system, I got a points for my age, education. Since this will be sponsored one, a 5 points will be added more. I have my PTE score and got 65 in two bands and 61 in two bands.

Now, with all these can I submit the EOI ?? Also, please send the latest state occupation list because currently my consultant is informing that I need to wait till July-2015 for state sponsorship. My occupation code for Vetassess is 224999.
Please check and let me know the complete details.


Thanks,
Sunil


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Hello Mark,

Need a bit of clarifications for my Australia PR process.

Currently I have completed my skill assessment from Vetasses and have a positive assessment. I have 5.1 yrs of relevant experience and since it's a points based system, I got a points for my age, education. Since this will be sponsored one, a 5 points will be added more. I have my PTE score and got 65 in two bands and 61 in two bands.

Now, with all these can I submit the EOI ?? Also, please send the latest state occupation list because currently my consultant is informing that I need to wait till July-2015 for state sponsorship. My occupation code for Vetassess is 224999.
Please check and let me know the complete details.


Thanks,
Sunil
If you Google the state's skilled migration occupation list, you'll find the current listing.

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Old 03-26-2015, 03:30 AM
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Hi Sunil -

Based on what you said, your PTE score qualifies as Competent English (equivalent of IELTS 6+ on every band), so no extra points for this but it does meet the minimum for skilled visas unless you're looking at state sponsorship and the state (or a licencing authority) has higher requirements for your occupation.

Sounds like you already have a consultant, so probably best to work with him to clarify your position, ensure your points claims are valid and you have sufficient documentation to prove your claims, etc. Too many details to go into here on the forum. Happy to assist you in a consultation if you'd like - see website below for more.

Hope this helps -

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Hello Mark,

Need a bit of clarifications for my Australia PR process.

Currently I have completed my skill assessment from Vetasses and have a positive assessment. I have 5.1 yrs of relevant experience and since it's a points based system, I got a points for my age, education. Since this will be sponsored one, a 5 points will be added more. I have my PTE score and got 65 in two bands and 61 in two bands.

Now, with all these can I submit the EOI ?? Also, please send the latest state occupation list because currently my consultant is informing that I need to wait till July-2015 for state sponsorship. My occupation code for Vetassess is 224999.
Please check and let me know the complete details.


Thanks,
Sunil

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Old 03-26-2015, 05:13 AM
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Hi Mark,

Thanks for your response. But as per my consultant, currently there are no states offering for my occupation code and it will be open only on July-2015. Is that true? Any alternate options to file now?

Please advise.


Sunil


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