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Old 04-25-2013, 06:09 AM
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Hi Claire,

I have gone through the VETASSESS' website and their requirements are slightly complicated for me to understand. However, here is what I found:

Applying for a general professional occupation - VETASSESS : This URL gives background information for skill assessment done by them. They have divided the occupations in to 6 categories and your occupation falls under Group B.

You can go for Points test advice to figure out the total points you would achieve at this URL : Points Test Advice (General professional occupation) - VETASSESS

Nominating an occupation (General professional occupation) - VETASSESS This URL explains the academic and work experience requirements for your occupation. You have an AQF Diploma equivalent in 2008, 4.5 years of closely related work experience, and a Bachelors recently. So, from the details in this URL, I understand your case might be positive (please do thorough research by yourself to confirm the same as there are many unknown parameters for me to be able to assess).

VETASSESS Skill Assessment time Many people in this URL have spoken about skill assessment timelines for VETASSESS and their experiences. You might want to go through this to see if there is any information that might help you. Some people in this thread also submitted the application by themselves, so they might be able to give valuable advice for you.

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Satya
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Hi Claire. I also applied for 189 Visa. And I use the service of this agency Australia Migration Agency. Their office is in Raffles Place.

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Hi Satya,

I have visited few registered agent in Singapore and they are too expensive. Their fee range any where from AUD 5000 - 7000 and different agents gives me different advise. I have got a reply from Engineers Australia confirming that they could assess me based on my qualification but will not consider work experience since I have just graduated this year.

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Hi Claire. I also applied for 189 Visa. And I use the service of this agency Australia Migration Agency. Their office is in Raffles Place.
Hi Mondejar,

Could you please tell me how is their service and how much is their fee?. Thanks for the info.

Cheers,
Claire


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There service is good. Preety responsive whenever i email them and I call them.

Here is what I paid them:
Establishment S$ 600 Due upon commencement
Skill assessment S$ 950 Due upon lodgement of Skill Assessment
State/Territory nomination S$ 600 Due upon lodgement of Nomination
Expression of Interest submission S$ 0 Due upon lodgement of Expression of Interest
Visa application S$ 1250 Due upon lodgement of Visa application
Case management S$ 1000 Due upon visa decision

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Hi Mondejar,

Could you please tell me how is their service and how much is their fee?. Thanks for the info.

Cheers,
Claire

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There service is good. Preety responsive whenever i email them and I call them.

Here is what I paid them:
Establishment S$ 600 Due upon commencement
Skill assessment S$ 950 Due upon lodgement of Skill Assessment
State/Territory nomination S$ 600 Due upon lodgement of Nomination
Expression of Interest submission S$ 0 Due upon lodgement of Expression of Interest
Visa application S$ 1250 Due upon lodgement of Visa application
Case management S$ 1000 Due upon visa decision
Thank you for sharing. It looks fair enough compared to other agents I've visited. Did you get your PR.?


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Hi Satya,

I have visited few registered agent in Singapore and they are too expensive. Their fee range any where from AUD 5000 - 7000 and different agents gives me different advise. I have got a reply from Engineers Australia confirming that they could assess me based on my qualification but will not consider work experience since I have just graduated this year.

G'day Claire,

I've just got my PR (Subclass 189) granted weeks ago, with the help of my very friendly and helpful migration agent. He's Singaporean, have lots of experience! I would highly recommend him to you.

Patrick Leong
patrick @ 101 migration . com

Best Regards,
Emily


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Just waiting for Visa decision. Here are the list of Australia Migration Agents in SIngapore base on MARA's website:

https://www.mara.gov.au/agent/ARSear...=&FolderID=394

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Thank you for sharing. It looks fair enough compared to other agents I've visited. Did you get your PR.?

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G'day Claire,

I've just got my PR (Subclass 189) granted weeks ago, with the help of my very friendly and helpful migration agent. He's Singaporean, have lots of experience! I would highly recommend him to you.

Patrick Leong
patrick @ 101 migration . com

Best Regards,
Emily
Hi Emily,

Thank you for sharing. Do you have any contact no for Patrick, also please advice the name of the migration agency.

Cheers,
Claire

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Hi Emily,

Thank you for sharing. Do you have any contact no for Patrick, also please advice the name of the migration agency.

Cheers,
Claire
He's a migration agent in Melbourne- "101 Migration". I could get him to contact you if you want. Go visit his business site at; w w w . 101 migration . com, he would preferred if you could contact him via email first (as I've sent you on the previous reply), then contact you for further information.

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Urgent Help Needed

Hello Everyone,

My name is Priyanka sharma and I am from India. my husband has applied under 189 category.He is the main applicant.

We have received the invitation to apply. I have few questions regarding the process.

If any of you know the process, please help me.

1. Which all documents we need to submit EXACTLY. I have listed down below. please let me know if anything is missing

1.1 -- Skill assessment letter from ACS ( should we get this also certified and then upload the scanned copy or attaching the softcopy sent by ACS is enough)

1.2 Points based documents
-Passport

-IELTS results [ do we need to take photo copy of this and get it certified and then upload it ? ]

-All employment related joining/relieving letters [ do we need to submit the salary slips also . if yes, how many. My husband has been in job from 10 years]

-All eductation related documents

Apart from this, i have heard that bank statements is also necessary (no clue why....do we need to show any particular funds availability also ? )

1.3 - Birth certificate or Passport ( as identity proof)
1.4 - Marriage Certificate
1.5 - IELTS (for both of us)
1.6 - Health certificate
1.7 - PCC

One important point is :- can we use the same certified copies of employment and education related documents which we sent to ACS (the skills assessment agency).

because the date of certification is older there. Do they need only the recently certified copies ?



2. incase any document is missing, will the Case Office give time/instruction to submit it. Is the time given by him sufficient?

3. what is the process of obtaining health certificate.

4. what is the process of obtaining Police Clearance Certificate in India

5. Is it necessary to have spouse name endorsed on each other's passport ?? ( or the marriage certificate will serve the purpose).

I would be grateful if you can spare some time and respond to my queries.

It would be even wonderful if someone from India [who has gone through this process] can share his/her contact details with me so that we can talk and I can get better
information.

Thank you all Very much for the help

and Good Luck to everyone for their Visa Applications

Priyanka Sharma


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