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Recent Graduate with a Degree

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Old 07-15-2011, 05:52 AM
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Recent Graduate with a Degree

Hi there,

I have a few questions regarding applying for a permanent visa for Australia.

I am a recent graduate (in June) with a degree in Construction Project Management. I have been working as a Project manager for the past three years in my skilled profession.

Do these three years count towards paid employment in a skilled occupation for at least 12 of the last 24 months?

Before working as a Project Manager I worked as an Architectural technician in the same industry for 12 years. I also have a diploma. Does this have any barring on my application?

Over ten years ago I worked for a year in Australian as an Architectural Technician on a working Holiday visa. Does this help my visa application?

Thanks for your assistance.

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