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Old 08-25-2010, 04:44 AM
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Hi. I would like to hear from anyone who is going through or has been through the ens process. We are about to start completing our visa application forms (47es) having recieved approval for ENS.

If anyone would like to share their experience with us, it would be most helpful.

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I have a friend who has lodged his. Should be a straightforward. What are your questions?


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Old 08-26-2010, 04:09 AM
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Hi cjka,

Looking at the checklist it is only asking for 47es and 47a, plus med and penal. My partner and I are defacto, so do we still have to submit all the other partner forms, stat decs etc? As for the 47a do we fill in that with partner details or is it only for other dependant adults.

Just out of interest.... I wonder if you know why the English language requirement is more stringent for this class of visa.

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Quite the contrary a level of Vocational English is required for ENS applciation which is 5 in each of 4 components of IELTS vs. a subclass 175 where the requirement is Competent English ie 6 in each of the 4 components. With concessions for various passport holders. regards

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it is less stringent for the english requirement. I'm not sure how de facto is handled but I think it is the same. Wanderer should have a bit more info about this.

my friend used 47es and form 80. i'm not sure about form 47a. you can probably ask for more info from the agent above


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Form 47A is not for the spouse but the details of children or other depandants over 18.

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I beg your pardon, I was not that clear in my question about the English language requirement. I was refering to the partner not the primary applicant.


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Adult family members of the employee are expected to have functional English for both ENS and GSM.

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vocational for spouse and functional for primary applicant I think.

if your spouse worked in an english speaking country for 2 years, the spouse can be exempted I think.

just take the exam or review if the spouse needs it.


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It does not say too much about the spouse english requirements in the ENS section but more detail under the 175 - Skilled – Independent (Migrant) Visa (Subclass 175)
Same applies and re the primary applicant it can also depend on what your occupation as set by assessment authorities.





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