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Old 09-30-2018, 06:03 AM
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What visa can I go for??

Hi all,

I'm stuck trying to find a way to get a PR visa in Australia and need some help. I currently have 55 points without state nomination
Age-30
English complete -0
skilled employment in Australia for five years-15
qualification recognized by TRA- 10
+ sponsor nomination

I got one year Diploma in project management but not don't get recognized as it dose not meat the Australian study requirements (16 months)
I don't feel like study more as i think they will turn up the points again before I finish study to clam the points.

I live in NSW but willing to move.
Thanks for the help!


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Your best bet is to finish your degree. Without a skill that is recognized, you can't get a skilled visa. Have you spoken with a RMA? That should be your first step to discover what you can do.

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Thanks for quick reply.
I have my skill ( carpenter and joiner) recognized by TRA already-10 points.
My study is already finished but it was only a 12 month degree with diploma.
Can i possible continue with a advanced diploma (12 months) but clam the 5 points after a total of 16 months without finishing both degrees?


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Not sure. Again, I think your best bet is to contact a RMA. They know all the ins and outs of visa applications. If you are skilled, then you need to get a skills assessment done to see if your experience meets the requirements. You will need a skills assessment to submit an EOI for a skilled visa. Also, you need to make sure your skill is on the Skills List.

There is a sticky with several RMAs who regularly frequent this forum. I advise you to get a consultation. That will let you know what you can do.

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I already got a Agent, but it don't help. From what I can see i'm out, as I don't have to enough points except 489 state nomination that gives 10 points. Since I been working in NSW they need to sponsor me, and there are only 2 areas open in NSW and none of them are very appealing. Specially as the 489 don't give PR, only a chance to get it later if they don't change the 887 (and they will)


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Then your only option is to find a way to get more points. One way you can do that is by taking the English test. That will add points for your EOI, especially if you can get a superior score. If you can get 60 or more, you may be able to apply for a 189 or 190 skilled visa. Again, you still need to make sure that your skill is on the list. Look at other options and find ways to gain the points you'd need. If nothing else, a 489 could possibly give you more experience, hence more points for a 189/190 visa further down the road.

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I already got a Agent, but it don't help. From what I can see i'm out, as I don't have to enough points except 489 state nomination that gives 10 points. Since I been working in NSW they need to sponsor me, and there are only 2 areas open in NSW and none of them are very appealing. Specially as the 489 don't give PR, only a chance to get it later if they don't change the 887 (and they will)
The sc. 489 visa is not a bad option, if you can’t aplly for a 189 or 190 and has a clear pathway to PR. What makes you think they are going to change that?

Your other option is probably one of the employer sponsored visas, but I imagine your agent would already have told you that.

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