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Just finished my degree in Accounting following 1 year study. Now what?


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Old 12-26-2010, 09:18 AM
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Just finished my degree in Accounting following 1 year study. Now what?

Hello guys, am aware my option is very low unless i do another qualification which will be another one year. Am very confused on what to do next. I want to apply for PR in the future. My profession should be accountant.

Do you guys have any suggestion on what to do?

Thank you and will appreciate any response.


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As you may be aware, there are many people who seek to immigrate on a PR basis and it is a case of what anyone is eligible for and the priority the application may have just how successful they may be and how long it could take.
There are no easy magical ways and all you can do is consider what you may be eligible for via the various visas.





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Old 12-26-2010, 10:37 AM
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thank you for your response.

my main concern here is to satisfy the 2 year study rule. I need another year of study. I want to know what can i do next. i mean my next study should be closely related right?


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Old 12-27-2010, 12:45 AM
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Yes there are conditions in respect to the two years of study and you need to look at the requirements under the onshore visas.
But that said, though two years of appropriate study may offer a path to a PR application, it is by no means a guaranteed approach as many people having studied some courses are finding that more simple courses studied are no longer on the SOL.
Study visas are primarily for study in Australia and to be eligible for PR via study it needs to be for eligible occupations.
The regulations have been reviewed over the past couple of years with some significant changes already occurring and more on the way proposed to take effect mid 2011.
You can see some of the detail for that on the What's New Link via the Skilled visa pages.





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