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are hairdressers yet assessed?


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Old 06-01-2010, 12:36 PM
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are hairdressers yet assessed?

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my sis-in-law applied as a hairdresser under subclass 176 (relative sponsor) on 1st july 2009 with all relevant assessment and docs. uptil now there is no mails or news regarding the status of application. since hairdressers r not in the SOL any more and also conflicting statements made regarding it.. do you think they will process further?


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hi!

my sis-in-law applied as a hairdresser under subclass 176 (relative sponsor) on 1st july 2009 with all relevant assessment and docs. uptil now there is no mails or news regarding the status of application. since hairdressers r not in the SOL any more and also conflicting statements made regarding it.. do you think they will process further?
The application will be considered against the criteria that applied at time of application.
However in the priorities and processing times announcement of September 2009, it was indicated that lower priority non CSL applications would not likely be considered prior to 2013.
http://www.immi.gov.au/skilled/gener...processing.pdf indicates latest format for priorities and Client Service Charter gives an indication on times, indication only mind you.

If you can locate an employer sponsor for the SIL it may be a better approach or if she is single and eligible for a Woking Holiday Visa that may be another approach worth trying to secure an emloyer sponsor.





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hi wanderer!

thanks the client service charter was helpful. we are in desperate measures to get them there soon.. as u say the emplyer sponsorship seems to be far more the best option right now.

thanx again!


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