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Old 03-03-2010, 10:37 AM
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Hi,Wanderer..........How r U?

Dear wanderer,
How are you? The new website looking nice,and lot of information.I think you are not forget me.I am electrician from India.I posted already.Now i need a good advice.
I got verification call from Delhi embassy.Some of the general part of questions were asked me and My boss(Mobile),Office assistant ( Office Land line).Then she asked some of technical questions me i couldnt understand the technical electrical terms,some of them i know but i couldnt answered in English.I kindly explain my tension and ignorance.i think i answered 10/16.
I sent Declarations to My co About my situations at the time of interview.
Is it affect my visa granted? Very small interview can assess my skilled level.
What is your opinion?
Thanks in advance.
Ritu


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Old 03-03-2010, 11:34 AM
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Dear wanderer,
How are you? The new website looking nice,and lot of information.I think you are not forget me.I am electrician from India.I posted already.Now i need a good advice.
I got verification call from Delhi embassy.Some of the general part of questions were asked me and My boss(Mobile),Office assistant ( Office Land line).Then she asked some of technical questions me i couldnt understand the technical electrical terms,some of them i know but i couldnt answered in English.I kindly explain my tension and ignorance.i think i answered 10/16.
I sent Declarations to My co About my situations at the time of interview.
Is it affect my visa granted? Very small interview can assess my skilled level.
What is your opinion?
Thanks in advance.
Ritu
Hi Ritu and yes I recall your name.
First of all I do not work for Immi and so cannot comment at all on their verification calls but it is a little surprising to me for as far as technical questions about a trade would have thought you would have done that with your trade assessment and IMMI would rely on that.
I would have expected verification would largely relate to checking I imagine on that you were working and getting experience as you claim in the visa application but if they want to go into more detail, that's up to the people nominated to do the verification.
It is impossible for me to make comment about what the effect may be re a decision on your visa.





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Old 03-03-2010, 12:54 PM
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Thanks Lot of suggestions.
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Old 03-05-2010, 11:17 AM
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Dear Mike, Wanderer
Thanks for your kind help,I never forget your support in my life.After the long waiting ,
I got My visa...
Really i thankful to all times
Ritu


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Old 03-05-2010, 11:46 AM
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Dear Mike, Wanderer
Thanks for your kind help,I never forget your support in my life.After the long waiting ,
I got My visa...
Really i thankful to all times
Ritu
Well I bet that was a very pleasant surprise Ritu and so quick from that check, so congratulations and you can start planning the move.
You'll find that when you get to Australia, you'll need to do a short course on Australian wiring conditions and then likely have to spend 12 months under supervision before you can be fully registered to work as an electrician.

Each state has its own registration system but they roughly follow the same format and once you have a registration for one state it'll be an easier process for another.

But with the Australian wiring regulations, seeing as you were unaware of some terminology when you were rung the other day, it'll probably help you a lot to start brushing up on english again and if you have decided on a state, contact the registration people and you may be able to order a book on wiring regulations you can have mailed to you for studying ahead of doing a course.





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Old 03-05-2010, 11:59 AM
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Hi
That is Wanderer,Remarkable,Instant reply...Hates of you
I am going to settle my life in Melbourne....
Thanks
Ritu


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