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Old 04-02-2011, 12:37 PM
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Sent the assessment application on the 17th of Feb; outcome just arrived today, +ve but as Engineering Technologist (skill level 1) ANZSCO 233914. I was hoping the outcome to be Electronics Engineer......

So here are the details now:
Age: 28
IELTS: 8
Profession: Engineering Technologist
Sponsor: Sister (Australian Citizen)
Work experience: 4 years
Current location: London - work permit - been living here for the last 10 years.
Community language – Bangla (Although can’t prove it as I did my undergraduate here in UK)

Do I have a good chance of getting the Visa- subclass 176 relative sponsored?

Cheers
Certainly ............ you have good chance ......
I am facing an issue that I have sent documents to ACS but they are not replying to me at all ......they even are not acknowledging my queries through email .......can you tell me what is going on?


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Certainly ............ you have good chance ......
I am facing an issue that I have sent documents to ACS but they are not replying to me at all ......they even are not acknowledging my queries through email .......can you tell me what is going on?
Hope you are well.

Sorry to hear that you are not receiving any response from ACS. My qualification has been assessed by Engineers Australia; therefore I can't be of that much help to you. However I do know that sending too many emails or contacting them by phone may delay the application process, so be wary of that.

My question now goes to the successful applicants (Technologists like me!): how long does it take to get the visa? Is this visa subclass on the priority list? If so, is it 9 – 12 months? If successful, will I have to move straight away?

Your help is much appreciated?


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Hope you are well.

Sorry to hear that you are not receiving any response from ACS. My qualification has been assessed by Engineers Australia; therefore I can't be of that much help to you. However I do know that sending too many emails or contacting them by phone may delay the application process, so be wary of that.

My question now goes to the successful applicants (Technologists like me!): how long does it take to get the visa? Is this visa subclass on the priority list? If so, is it 9 – 12 months? If successful, will I have to move straight away?

Your help is much appreciated?
Just another question: my sister (Australian citizen) is sponsoring me for this visa. She has never worked because she is a housewife but she is supported by her husband who works as an engineer. Assuming she is eligible to sponsor, will I have to show any proof of her husband's income?

Regards,

Shaon


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Just another question: my sister (Australian citizen) is sponsoring me for this visa. She has never worked because she is a housewife but she is supported by her husband who works as an engineer. Assuming she is eligible to sponsor, will I have to show any proof of her husband's income?

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Shaon
1) 18-24 months
2) No just he has to show that he has a house(if on rent then lease documents) and sufficient income to support you for 2 years incase you are
doing nothing for 2 years ..........that is just formality ........


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1) 18-24 months
2) No just he has to show that he has a house(if on rent then lease documents) and sufficient income to support you for 2 years incase you are
doing nothing for 2 years ..........that is just formality ........
Hi Guys,

Hope all is well. I have lodged my application now! yey! lol.

A few things I think I should share:

1. Online application is amazing. In no time the application was lodged, no errors in uploading docs and everything seem pretty smooth.
2. Application fee was paid by my brother-in-law, no problem there either.
3. You only get the automated confirmation when the application has been filled from both ends (yourself and sponsor). Once I submitted my details and sent the sponsorship undertaking link to my sister she filled in the form and I was then sent a confirmation stating that my application has been received by the immi and is now being processed.
4. As my sister doesn’t work my brother-in-law had to enter his employment and accommodation details – no problem there.
5. I was quite amazed by immi’s quick reply on my query. I asked if I needed to certify the documents before uploading them to the site. They mentioned that it is not required at this stage to certify the docs, only the coloured scans are fine.

Documents submitted:
1. Academic certificates.
2. IELTS report – 8 (7.5+7.5+8.5+8.5)
3. Assessment letter from Engineers Australia – Engineering technologist
4. Sister’s passport and citizenship certificate copies.
5. Brother-in-law’s payslips.
6. Sister’s (or should I say brother-in-law’s?) house details – bank letters, mortgage etc.
7. My passport copy.
8. Passport size photo.
9. Family tree diagram (ancestory.co.uk)
10. Sister’s school certificate.
11. My school certificate
12. Sister’s marriage certificate
13. Nephew’s birth certificate (Australian – g’day mate!)
14. My employment details – reference letter, contract doc, payslips, bonus letters etc.
15. Family photos – going back 20 years!

Some other docs – can’t remember!

So here I am, waiting for a positive outcome from Australia. I hope everything goes well.

Wish me luck!


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that is good


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any response from the immi services ?


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