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hi ms. rhea... ano po kaya ang cons and pros just in case na di ko muna isama anak ko sa application? separated kasi ako. and i know for sure mahihirapan ako maghanap ng work if kasama ko anak ko since wala ako mapag iiwanan sa kanya. di po kaya mahirap ko na sya makuha if settled na ko just in case? baka lang po may idea kau. thanks.
I was planning to apply for state nomination here in Canberra once I finish my Accounting degree next year pero as of June 29, binago na nila ung rules regarding 190 visa. What would be the best option for me after?
Should I just transfer to a different state like NT?
I am a pastry chef/ baker. I have been working with different commissaries in the phils, had my internship in the US, taught in colleges here in the phils. I am 40yrs old.
2 of my brothers are in sydney and another sister is waiting for her PR grant. I am eyeing for a permanent resident visa 190. Tama po ba na Certificate IV patisserie ang target ko or talagang certificate III pastrycook or baker (short term) lamang ang pwede for Filipinos.
I am still gathering my COEs(pre -assessment requirement for OSAP shich i will pass to william angliss) from different companies I have worked with. I dont know kung tama na ipinalagay ko sa Coe purpose ang "for certificate IV for patisserie with Australian qualifications for offshore skills assessment program". tama po ba?
Tama din po ba na may trade test ako pag certificate III.
Hello, I don't quite understand your question about the very IV. Are you looking at studying? Your background is quite interesting on a personal level as that's how I got my PR more than 10 years ago via student visa, back when things were a lot easier. Never had to work in that field though, I worked in marketing straight after as that's my degree background...the rest was history.
Anyway, you don't really need to have a formal qualification for assessment purposes. Your age is somehow concerning though. Make sure you do things right, time is very valuable with your circumstance.
I am looking at working in Australia as a permanent resident.
Meron po kasing certificate 3 for pastry cooks and bakers and certificate 4 for chefs (cookery) - 1. nalito ako kasi cert 3 lng ang meron sa RTO finder at walang cert 4 in
2. but sa william angliss naman po merong cert 4 pastry, sa list of
Accdg to 190 eligibility I need to have a suitable skills assessment for my particular occupation and
I need to be assessed by william angliss or vetasses - when I send them the required documents such , Coe, portfolios, reference letters etc.
After this assessment which shows I have the skills and qualifications to work in my field,
saka pa lang makakapag submit ng EOI.
Yes, I am concerned po with my age but I am still positive I can still pull this all off. haha kahit mejo late in the game .
Nacomplicate ko na ata. Meron pa po ba kayong kakilala who could shed light on my concerns(confusion)
I'm not sure what you mean if meron ako kakilala. I am a migration agent and I've got clients with your background.
That's correct, policies and procedures can get very complicated and confusing especially when you're trying to figure things out by yourself. Definitely with your age, it's still possible. What I mean about your age being concerning is that you've got no room for mistakes. You need to get this right the first time as you can't afford the get things messy.
With regards to skills assessing authority, we always use VETASSESS for our clients. Like I said earlier, no need for you to have a formal qualification as long as you meet the minimum skilled employment required. You'll also be awarded a formal AQF should your skills assessment application is successful.
Feel free to complete our free eligibility test on our website www.visaconsort.com if you want us to look further into your case.
It’s all about the work evidences you’ll provide which will determine how much years the assessing authority will recognise.
There is always a chance of success once you meet the eligibility requirement. The purpose of seeking advice from a registered agent is not to confirm your chances of success. Instead, it is to make sure you are well guided in ensuring you comply all requirements to make your case successful. It’s all about presenting your case at the end of the day.
I just want to ask something. Same kami ni @Wish09 I'm currently working in a Mech Eng'g government agency but I'm an ECE. Okay lang ba magpa-assess kahit ganun ang set-up? Can you help me with the processing of my papers?
Hi Dencio123, I'm based here in London. My mobile number is +447769861509. You can contact me on Viber or whatsapp. You can also visit my website www.visaconsort.com and my email address is [email protected]
@RheaMARN1171933 i would just like to ask how much ang charge nyo kpag mag seek ng advice sa pagpapa assess sa vetassess quite confusing kasi ang skills ko and the aaplyan ko.. Hope to hear from you po.. Thank you in advance
Hi @RheaMARN1171933 i would just like to ask how much ang charge nyo kpag mag seek ng advice sa pagpapa assess sa vetassess quite confusing kasi ang skills ko and the aaplyan ko.. Hope to hear from you po.. Thank you in advance
Hi. Is it true pag hindi naabot yun 2.0 GWA hindi sya considered as australian degree? :-( my failing grades kasi ako and supposed to be 5yrs ang course. 6 yrs ko sya natapos. Im a license arki. Sad nman..
Hi po bago lang po ako sa forum and nakita ko po name nyo naguguluhan po kasi ako architectural draftperson po ang plan ko ipa-assess sa vetasses pero po ang nkalagay s payslip ko project in charge and main role ko po is more on building associate or un pagiging project builder.. Ano po kaya ang pede ko gawin pra mas mataas un chance ko makapasa sa vetasses. Thank you in advnce po
Hi @RheaMARN1171933 , I just want to clarify something. I have a girlfriend and she will follow me after 2 years in Australia (Currently studying in the PHilippines). I have answered the following in my EOI and would like an advice from you:
3. Family members: a. Are there any family members the client would like to include in a future application? - No b. How many family members? - c. Would the client be accompanied by the client's partner in a future application? - Yes
Also, will the CO request for documents proving our relationship with my visa application even if she won’t be applying for a visa now?
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