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new sol list...when?

What a nervecracking Monday the 8'th it has been! Losing modl points myself, so now state nomination is what we are going for in a couple of months, meanwhile, and this especially relates to your in depth explanation Wanderer, does it say anywhere when the new sol list will be ready?


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Yes Marianne, it says here http://www.immi.gov.au/skilled/gener...df/faq-sol.pdf
It is expected the new SOL will be announced by 30 April 2010 and will take effect 'mid 2010' (whatever it means).
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Yes Marianne, it says here http://www.immi.gov.au/skilled/gener...df/faq-sol.pdf
It is expected the new SOL will be announced by 30 April 2010 and will take effect 'mid 2010' (whatever it means).
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Cheers! Can only hope that hubs asco-code of mechanical engineer will be on it


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I will be veeeery surprised if it isn't. I think most professionals and engineers, especially mechanical, civil and mining will stay, some trades will go, let me guess: hairdressers and cooks
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Cheers! Can only hope that hubs asco-code of mechanical engineer will be on it
Yes I concur with what Dorota has said re engineers still to be a highly sought professional as will most if not all the current in demand professions on the CSL.
Whether the new SOL is up and running or not by April as Immi expect is another matter but it'll not greatly affect the immigration process for most skilled people and the MODL review could yet hold out some hope for a new MODL approach that has a better managed weighting approach.





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Question New SOL : Who will be Affected

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What a nervecracking Monday the 8'th it has been! Losing modl points myself, so now state nomination is what we are going for in a couple of months, meanwhile, and this especially relates to your in depth explanation Wanderer, does it say anywhere when the new sol list will be ready?
Based on

immi.gov.au/skilled/general-skilled-migration/pdf/faq-sol.pdf

can anyone suggest whether I shall be affected if I lodge my 175 application in end February (this year) and my job gets removed from the new SOL? I really get confused when I read Q 6 and then Q 12 (in the above mentioned document)

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immi.gov.au/skilled/general-skilled-migration/pdf/faq-sol.pdf

can anyone suggest whether I shall be affected if I lodge my 175 application in end February (this year) and my job gets removed from the new SOL? I really get confused when I read Q 6 and then Q 12 (in the above mentioned document)

Thanks,
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Questions 6 & 12 both refer to the new SOL not taking effect until mid Year and applications in accordance with the existing SOL will be treated as such.

What is more important is that no MODL points are now available and for occupations not on the CSL [ or depending on transitional arrangements, even if they are ] it is going to be quite a few years and perhaps more for 175 Visa processing.
Please start a new thread for further enquiries to save confusion.





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Regarding the new sol list, is it likely that second level teachers and/or chemical engineers will drop from 60 points???? I'm in the middle of applying and am worried I might lose points.
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Regarding the new sol list, is it likely that second level teachers and/or chemical engineers will drop from 60 points???? I'm in the middle of applying and am worried I might lose points.
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J
Nobody other than DIAC policy people will have any idea Joey until the new SOL is published but if secondary teachers and engineers are in demand as they usually are, there'll need to be a system that allows them to be attracted and approved.
Current policy is that Employer sponsorship will be the way of the future but that is going to need some development and meanwhile independent application via the State Migration Lists [ to be published ] may be the alternative.

More importantly, as of today there has been a temporary suspension applied to all 175/176 and 475 visa applications being accepted until 30 June at earliest.





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