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Old 05-12-2014, 08:43 AM
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Hi all,

Thank you for all the useful information shared! I just lodged my application today for subclass 309 visa in Singapore (I live here with my partner, he's Australian I'm French). We were asked by the officer, in this order:
- Applicant's forms
- Sponsor's form
- Applicant's declaration
- Sponsor's declaration
- Sponsor's supporting documents
- Forms 888
- Relationship supporting documents, starting with the photographs.
We had labeled and organised the supporting documents by section (history of relationship, financial aspects, social aspects etc), but they seem to have their own way to organise everything. The officer just took whatever documents we gave her (and there were a lot!). We only stapled documents that were longer that 1 page when printed and left the rest loose.
The interview is in 10 weeks - fingers crossed!


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Old 05-20-2014, 02:53 AM
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query regarding skill assessment

Hi members,

There is a small yet an important query. My husband is planning to apply for OZ PR and regarding the skill assessment we need some advice.

My husband is BE( electronics)
MBA (markiting & Finance)
Work exp: 2.5 years in India and 2.5 years in Australia in IT (total)
Intend to apply as a Business analyst

The query is one, business analyst or System Analyst, which field would . be more feasible?

Two, what all documents we require to submit. ( can somebody share sample of documents removing their personal details)

Three, since the work experience is in IT and the bachelors degree is in electronics, we understand that out of the total 5 yrs , 4 yrs would be deducted and only 1 year would be considered for calculating points. Thus would the one year be considered as an OZ experience or not.

Last, how much important is it to apply for OZ PR from Australia, I mean can we apply from India as well, or is it considered to be better and quicker to apply from OZ.

Please help and advice


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