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Advertising Manager vs Graphic Designer Visa 190


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Old 09-22-2018, 12:23 PM
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Arrow Advertising Manager vs Graphic Designer Visa 190

Hello everyone,

Appreciate everyone looking out for each other here, and happy to be a new member.

I am planning to apply for skilled immigration but confused whether to apply as an Advertising Manager or a Graphic Designer. Can you please help after looking at my experience? And apologies if my question seems too naive, I did try looking for the dearth of information already available but could not find something matching my query.

Education: Bachelors in Graphic Design

Experience: 10 years (8 years in Graphic Design and 2 years Digital Marketing, with Digital Marketing being the most recent)

Occupation level: Manager since last 05 years but have not directly been managing a team in the org chart

IELTS: 8 score

Age: 32 yrs

Additional Information: I am a widow, with a 03 year old child

Also, I noticed the 189 is not valid for either of these two positions, only 190 is. But how does one get the state nomination?

Thank you all so much!


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Looking at skills assessments will be the first step.

With only 2 years of marketing experience you can probably forget about Advertising Manager, as the skills assessments for managers are extremely tough and require many years in a very senior management position.

To be able to apply under state nomination, you need to receive an invitation from one of the states.

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May I suggest that you consult one if the registered migration agents who posts on this forum for an assessment of your visa prospects?

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