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Old 12-12-2017, 02:00 AM
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Criteria for Queensland:

https://migration.qld.gov.au/skilled...ng-queensland/

Criteria for South Australia:

http://www.migration.sa.gov.au/skill...nation-process


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Thanks for the advice, CCMS.

Fairly sure she will be a qualified chef after completing the diploma course, but definitely worth checking again.

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I know from the people that assess the state nominations in QLD that if you nominate more than one state, they will not consider you, as you need to express a strong commitment to wanting to live and work in THEIR state.

I am not sure if they can check if you have lodged multiple EOI's with different states, but I imagine they could.

I don't want to go into the complexities of what is a Cook and what is a Chef, but you can read up about the various skills assessments on the TRA website.If you have a look at the ANZSCO descriptions it is obvious that they are different occupations with different skill levels.


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So, if she wants to eventually settle in Queensland, looks like it will be better for her to study in a regional area of Queensland (to get the 5 points for regional study) then put in an EOI here, after graduating and getting a skills assessment.

Another quick question, does the amount of points an applicant have influence their chance of being nominated?

Or is someone with say 60 points just as likely to get nominated as someone with 70 points?


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The higher the points, the better the chance of receiving an invitation. If there are a lot of applicants, the ones with lower scores may never receive an invitation. That's the whole idea of the point system.

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OK, thanks a lot, CCMS.

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The higher the points, the better the chance of receiving an invitation. If there are a lot of applicants, the ones with lower scores may never receive an invitation. That's the whole idea of the point system.


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Have looked into options a bit more.

Looking at the new Temporary Skill Shortage visa, Chef qualifies for the 4 year version, which as I understand it gives the option to apply for PR after 3 years.

However, 2 years experience post-graduation is required to get a TSS visa. She would most likely be able to get a 1.5 year graduate visa after finishing her course, but that means she'd still be half a year short.

What options would she have to stay in Australia a bit longer to get the extra experience?

Or perhaps just go back to Japan for awhile and get the extra work experience?


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Also, would 65 points generally be enough to get a state nomination?


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The only way to do this properly is to systematically go through each potential visa class and check all the requirements in great detail.

In addition, with the 2 state nominated visas, you need to go through all the additional requirements for each state/territory.

This will probably take a full day, but anything else will be just guesswork.

Keep in mind that the states also have additional (unofficial) guidelines to weed out applicants who are not genuine about wanting to live and work in their state, but just use the nomination to gain PR.

Considering the fact that overall migration regulations are regularly overhauled on short notice and that the states also regularly revise their skills lists and other requirement, there may not be much point in carrying out this exercise so long in advance.

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