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Old 04-06-2015, 04:42 AM
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Hi Mark,

I have submitted my EOI and my migration agent has chosen ACT for state sponsorship. As i'm ready to move anywhere in Australia, can this be selected as Ány State' in options. If not, please let me know which state will/has earlier done for maximum applicants for this code.

Secondly, regarding the occupation code : 224999. I'm a supply chain/procurement professional with 6 yrs of relevant experience. I can only see this code in CSOL list , but not in sponsored list. How frequently this occupation opens in states.


Thanks again for your help.


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Old 04-06-2015, 08:12 AM
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Occupation code 224999 isn't currently being sponsored by any state (https://www.anzscosearch.com/). I'm surprised a migration agent would submit an EOI due to this. Also, ACT announced last week that they are no longer accepting any applications for this migration year (ends June 30th).

No one can predict if or when any occupation may be added or removed from a state migration list, so all you can do is wait an see or look into other options if you can qualify under another occupation.

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Old 05-16-2015, 05:18 AM
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Hi mark

I've a quick query hoping someone can help me out from my confusion

I've had 60 points without SS and my skilled occupation is 263111
I've received the NSW Nomination Invite on May 7th and I have submitted the application and paid the fees as well on May 10th

I've applied for both 189 and 190

After reading couple of forums, i understand and gathered some confidence that I would get getting the 189 Invite in this month end intake (22nd May) now i really don't want to miss the 189 nomination, Is there any a way to withdraw my application from NSW for 190? or should i call NSW Trade and tell them to cancel my application as i am eagerly looking for 189.

I look forward to hearing from you soon.


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Old 05-16-2015, 05:43 AM
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Hi Singh1 -

Normally you would not be prevented from getting a 189 invitation until the 190 invitation is actually generated due to a successful NSW sponsorship application. You could certainly contact NSW Skilled and decline the invitation, however NSW has some rules re: more than 1 invitation as I recall - if you decline this one, you may want to check with them to see if you would be eligible to be invited again in the future if for any reason the 189 does not work out.

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Hi mark

I've a quick query hoping someone can help me out from my confusion

I've had 60 points without SS and my skilled occupation is 263111
I've received the NSW Nomination Invite on May 7th and I have submitted the application and paid the fees as well on May 10th

I've applied for both 189 and 190

After reading couple of forums, i understand and gathered some confidence that I would get getting the 189 Invite in this month end intake (22nd May) now i really don't want to miss the 189 nomination, Is there any a way to withdraw my application from NSW for 190? or should i call NSW Trade and tell them to cancel my application as i am eagerly looking for 189.

I look forward to hearing from you soon.

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Old 12-03-2015, 02:22 PM
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Hi Mark,

I have got an invitation and created the immi account. Application is for me and wife, we are expecting our baby in May. Given the situation I have below queries.

1. Can somebody please share the list of documents that I need to upload.

2. What is Form 80? Does everyone has to fill this and upload it or email it to CO once it is assigned?

3. I will ask the CO to put the case on hold until the baby is born. Please suggest what form do I need to fill to add baby.

4. I am planning to have baby in US, can you guide me what documents CO asks for baby so I will make sure that I gets them from US? PCC will be required?

5. My ACS letter is valid till 14 July, 2016. Do I need to provide all the baby's document before this date as getting a new passport might take some time. I live in UAE, consider the below and suggest
Plan 1 : Baby is born in first week of May. If I goto US, will be back by Mid June minimum and will have the US docs for baby. I can submit the passport and Birth certificate.
Plan 2 : Baby is born in UAE, may be I can get the baby passport by June end.

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Umer


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1. DIBP provides a document checklist on their website for each visa subclass, so you can refer to this.
2. Form 80 is often requested by your case officer, and seems to be more so for applicants from high risk countries. I always recommend you complete it and upload it so you can avoid further delays if they ask for it later.
3. Your CO will not put your case on hold simply to allow you to add a child later. However, if your wife hasn't yet completed the medical checks and doesn't want to have an x-ray while pregnant, your CO will then allow your wife to wait until after the baby is born to complete her medical check. Sometimes the CO will have your wife complete everything except the x-ray and sign a waiver to complete the x-ray after the baby is born while they grant the visa in the meantime, but this is less common. I'm not sure what forms are required to add the baby other than submitting a copy of their passport and a medical check.
4. See #3. A police check is not required for children
5. As long as your skills assessment is valid at the time of invitation, a delay to finalise the application won't affect that.

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