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  • @ysabelle Those are just pro-rated occupations. Mga mataas demand and/or marami nagaapply kaya there's specific limits on those occupations. If you want to see all occupations, check mo yung yellow box on the top of the forums for the two occupatio…
  • What's your occupation? Occupations like accountants need 80+ points minimum. For the rest of the occupations 60/65 points usually a few months wait yan for 189. Ang benefit ng 190 is faster ang processing mo once invited compared to 189.
  • @Hendro File for change of circumstances https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/supporting/Pages/189/if-you-have-a-newborn-child.aspx
  • @ysabelle Invitation rounds happen twice a month every 2 weeks. The more points you have you get to be in front of the queue. If you have 75+ points you can expect to get invited in a month or two. How many points do you have/expect in your EOI?
  • @toAustraliaandbeyond I reviewed for around 3h a day for 3 weeks after work. Puyatan minsan on top of work but it's a small sacrifice for the end result. Good luck! @Supersaiyan I found the essays the easiest of the writing part and the summarize …
    in PTE ACADEMIC Comment by fruitys April 20
  • @alfonso31 Incoming money transfers to AU you need SWIFT/BIC code, BSB (this is a 6-digit code) and account number. Walang IBAN sa Australia. BIC and SWIFT same thing yan. If walang field sa form ng bank mo for BSB, lagay mo siya sa "sort code" or…
  • @wnchitman There's one testing center in Trident Tower at Makati. There's a new one in Cebu but I'm not sure where that is. @iamnotfromriverdale I studied following the exam order: Speaking > Writing > Reading > Listening
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  • If you're going through ACS (I don't know about the other assessment bodies), you'd need a stat dec/affidavit of your job duties/descriptions. Then you can submit all 3 for assessment.
  • @tigerlance Check the results of the SkillSelect invitation rounds. This is the one from Mar 21: https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/WorkinginAustralia/Pages/21-march-2018-invitation-round.aspx
  • @alfonso31 When you created your bank account they should've given you the SWIFT code and the BSB of the Westpac branch. Most AU banks have their SWIFT codes on their website. You get the BSB and the account number on your internet banking page. Yo…

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