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Old 12-07-2013, 12:58 PM
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hi,
i am reaz mohammod saleheen. i completed my graduation in B.Arch (Bachelor in Architecture) From Khulna University, Bangladesh in 2010. I am registered Architect in Bangladesh by Institute of Architects Bangladesh.I wish to be an immigrant in Australia by 190 nomination visa.

anybody know the minimum work experience for architects to immigration in aus.....


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There is no specific work experience for architects.
AACA - the assessing body - does not ask for work experience, only your diploma.

DIBP is asking for 12 month experience, in the previous 2 years, for all I know.

Why do you go with 190? 189 visa is more flexible.

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Old 12-08-2013, 03:29 AM
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Hi,
There is no specific work experience for architects.
AACA - the assessing body - does not ask for work experience, only your diploma.

DIBP is asking for 12 month experience, in the previous 2 years, for all I know.

Why do you go with 190? 189 visa is more flexible.
thanks Alnaibii for reply

my point will not satisfy 189 visa...


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OK, good luck with your assessment. Have you sit IELTS yet?

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OK, good luck with your assessment. Have you sit IELTS yet?
I got overall 7.5, not individual 7 so i am going sit again after some day in this month..


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