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For people who are not sponsored by an employer and who have skills in particular occupations required in Australia. Applicants satisfy the age requirement, English language skill, and work experience or a completed eligible Australian qualification.
This visa allows skilled workers (who are nominated by their employer in regional Australia) to live and work in Australia permanently. Occupation must be on the relevant list of eligible skilled occupations to qualify and must have at least Competent English.
This category is for families of permanent residents or citizens who wish to join their familes in Australia. Various family visa categories are available, from fiances, partners, children, parents and other family members of Australian citizens.
For lawfully operating Australian and overseas employers to employ approved skilled workers for temporary vacancies in particular occupations required in Australia. Temporary visas can offer a pathway to a permanent visa.
> @Cerberus13 said: > > @jennette said: > > > @Cerberus13 said: > > > Hi. Just getting back from a short hiatus from this site. Lost hope about AU. > > > > > > Anyway, for those who also lost hope about the prospect of invitation from AU, have you considered other countries to immigrate to? Popular alternatives are Canada and NZ but right now, they are challenging to achieve as well especially if we are outside the priority occupations. > > > > > > I'd like to introduce you to the **Republic of Ireland**. Right now they also have Critical Skills Occupation system which is currently more diverse than the priority occupations of AU. That is, not only health care workers are being considered. > > > > > > I just got an offer from an Irish employer with luck and lots of effort of submitting (spamming? lol) CVs. My occupation (not health care related) is in the critical occupations list and I got my work permit approved with the sponsorship of an employer. I am currently in the visa process. > > > > > > I'm sharing this because I think Ireland is not well known as a consideration for immigration but they do have a system that encourages it. Critical Skills Work Permit is a path to permanent residency (not exactly but the equivalent) for only 2 years in Ireland plus 5 years for naturalisation. Irish passport will allow you to live in any EU member states. Although Ireland is a bit behind AU, NZ, and Canada government system. > > > > > > To know more about Ireland's Critical Occupations List: > > > https://dbei.gov.ie/en/What-We-Do/Workplace-and-Skills/Employment-Permits/Employment-Permit-Eligibility/Highly-Skilled-Eligible-Occupations-List/ > > > > > > > > > > Hi po, inquire lng po, does it need an employer to apply with this visa? If need po , sang website po kayo nag job hunting.. TIA po.. > > Hi. Yes po need ng employer to sponsor you. Honestly di ko na maalala exact website pero Glassdoor ata. > > Meron silang FOI list ng companies na actively sponsoring overseas candidates so you may want to start there so you'll know kung anong company may chance to sponsor. Thanks po
> @altuser41 said: > Same dilemma. Sa case namin, ang plan namin ay si Misis ang kukuha ng SV at pag pinalad, saka ako magsusubmit ng EOI (me as primary). Though meron na akong EOI ngayon, plan kong i-cancel kung ito ang susundin naming route para walang conflict sa GTE. Sana ay may makapagbigay ng payo ukol dito. Sana nga ay may iba nang may experience na ganito. Hindi ko kasi option na i-cancel yung EOI ko dahil malapit na akong mainvite kapag bumalik sa dati yung bilang ng invites.
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> @andreagreypena said: > Hello! Mas ask lang po ako kung pano ba namemeasure kung proficient or superior ang result ng PTE exam mo? Yung overall score po kasi is 69 pero yung reading ko is 64 Hi @andreagreypena proficient po kapag 65-78 ang score mo sa listening, writing, reading and speaking tapos superior naman kung 79+ score mo sa apat. Kung 50-64 naman po competent. so kapag 64 ka po sa reading tapos mataas yung 3 sa competent pa din po kayo papasok..ano po ba score nyo sa 3?
> @ernada said: > > @anna_m said: > > > @rivamagday said: > > > > @Kaidan said: > > > > > @rivamagday said: > > > > > > @anna_m said: > > > > > > Given po na ang kelangan ng mga offshore candidates are job offer to be even invited for a 491 visa at sobrang taas ng kelangan na points for 189 dahil sa limited number of slots, may migration agency ba na nagpoprovide ng job placement? May nakita akong AD from an agency called my new Australian life na may offer na job and accommodation pa. I don't know if legit na agency sya. > > > > > > > > > > For the program nila na may job offer, they will look into companies kasi na hiring that would fit sa qualification mo **once approved na ung vis**a. > > > > > > > > > > > > > So this just means that you have to have the visa first. This needs to be emphasized. They will not look for an employer who will sponsor you. That should be clear because a lot of people are expecting these kind of agencies will be looking for a sponsor for you which is misleading. > > > > > > > > Visa first, then they will look for companies for you? Parang tinulangan ka lang maghanap ng work once na magka visa ka. You can easily do it yourself once you have the visa and competent CV. > > > > > > > > > > Ang convenient kasi once you land na sa AU, you have guaranteed job na. And they clearly explain it to us naman before we availed their service. And they never mention naman na they will look for an employer who will sponsor us. It is clear naman sa website nila yun if you check it. Anyway, other than that naman, they have services din naman na walang guaranteed job offer. Just merely process your visa. It's your choice pa din naman what will you avail, if you want convenience, then their migration plus program suits you, but if not and you are confident naman, then ung migration program ka lang. Sguro they have advantage lang na makaoffer ng ganyang program since they are based in australia and they can easily look for a job na suit sa qualification mo. > > > > May clarification lang po ako, if they said they will assist you to find a job... Gaano po katagal ang assistance? Time based po ba? Or assistance lang to set up a certain number of job interviews? > > Looking into getting onboard with them for my migration plan. From what I understand sa consultation, it's just recruitment assistance but a job offer is guaranteed. You will still need to attend interviews with prospective employers but they'll help you prep so you can present yourself from an Australian perspective. So, basically you WILL get an offer, not sure lang sa timeframe. Up to you pa rin kung ia-accept mo yung offer or not. Of course pwede rin namang you hunt on your own but if you're in a specialised field and competition is tough, this could be a good service. :smile: My professional take on this, sign up with caution. I could imagine that the recruitment assistance is no different to other recruitment agencies out there. All candidates any recruiters would endorse are briefed before the interview. It’s their best interest to prepare their candidates since they get paid by the hiring employer a percentage of the candidate’s salary. Hence, if you will sign up with them, have a realistic expectation regarding job opportunities as I don’t think your chances of getting hired is any higher. It’s maybe similar to a placebo effect in medical term. Also, with the current climate, it’s very misleading for an agency to include its recruitment assistance as their selling point. In reality, it is very difficult to find employment when most businesses are struggling or at least on the edge waiting for how this pandemic will pan out. All the best. Not to promote our services but if you want to gain more understanding on the whole migration process you will definitely benefit from the webinar we are hosting later 9pm Philippine time. Registration will close at 8pm https://pinoyau.info/discussion/13848/general-skilled-migration-fy-2020-2021-webinar#latest
> @Jana said: > Hello po good afternoon. Just want to clarify, that temporary visa includes tourist visa to be qualify for citizenship application? > > Eto po yung dates as a tourist here before became a PR. > > Dec 2016 - January 2017 - 14 days Tourist in Adelaide (visiting my brother during Christmas Season) > Dec 2017 - January 2018 - 15 days Tourist in Adelaide > September 2018 - 8days Tourist in Sydney > May 25, 2019 - 5 days initial entry to Sydney > June 27, 2019 - Big move and settled in Sydney > > Thank you in advance po sa reply. @Jana around mid-2022 pa kayo eligible to apply
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> @reena_june24 said: > > @xiaolico said: > > nag apply ako birth certificate kahapon. online, how long to bago makuha? after nito, i need to apply for citizenship sa immi? tama ba? then apply na for a passport? kasi flight namin sa january, am checking yung timelime if abot yung sa baby. how long ba bago makuha yung birth certificate? yung citizenship? yung passport? thanks > > Hi po, any idea po ifpaano ang process kumuha ng birth cert, citizenship paper and passport for a newborn. My husband and I are both PR but we are currently in the philippines. . Also currently pregnant with our first born, we are planning to gp back to straya for me to give birth there. But will go back to Ph again together with the baby. Mabilis lang ba kumuha ng needed papers for the baby to travel abroad. Kahit ba indi kami nag stay jan, automatic Citizen pa rin si baby. Thank you > > Hi, nasa timeline ko. one week citizenship certificate at one week passport. kailangan ata dito mo panganak since PR lang tayo at hindi citizen. Basta PR ka and dito ka nanganak sa au, citizen na yan, automatic na yun. yung process na sinabi mo, taa. yun lang gagawin mo. madali at mabilis lang. madami ka lang kailanagn fill up. abot january for sure. plenty of time. January din flight ko nun, Nov ko inasikaso. two weeks lang lahat yan. pag labas ni baby, ayusin mo na agad.
> @msasoler said: > > @Cambridge2020 said: > > > @RuChe said: > > > Hi, ask ko lang if I finished Bachelor degree in Phils, will it get recognized also as bachelor degree ng AITSL? or me possibility na lower like Diploma or Certificate? Ano normally ang reason kung lower yng equivalent sa Oz? Thanks. :) > > > > If im not mistaken, AITSL is solely for migration purposes but they won't assess whether your qualifation is Bachelor (level 7), Dip (level 5) or Cert III(Level 3)equivalent in AU. > > > > > > However, I also took Ba. Ed in PH (4 years), and ACECQA recognised my qualification as "Early Childhood teacher" Equivalent (which is Bachelor's degree Level 7) > > > > Many say it depends on where you studied your degree (there is a forum based on school classification) like section 1, 2 or 3. Section 1 is considered bachelors, 2 is diploma and 3 is certificate. But if you studied 4 years, that shouldn't be a problem if you have your TOR and practicum certificate :) Oops! sorry @Cambridge2020, I meant that for @RuChe :)
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@barryco hindi OEC hahanapin sa iyo but CFO sticker indicating you undergone PDOS. refer to this website https://cfo.gov.ph PRs are exempted from paying travel tax when you have this plus proof of PRship like visa grant or VEVO printout (AU PRs)
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> @Jennyj said: > Hi everyone. Planning to push my luck with australia this year. But it seems like its difficult to find internship jobs. Any updates anyone? Did you go through online websites to find a internsgip opportunities? hello any updates?
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> @ProjectLDU said: > Hello Everyone, lucky to found this Darwin forum, hope you can help to advise what's the best approach to apply for PR using NT state nomination in short period of time. Upon my own research, im thinking the pathway of student visa for 2 years and then 190 but this approach will take to stay commitment of 5 years in total in NT. Im also thinking the pathway of 491 but there is a requirement of secured job employment upon arrival. Any advise guys? I saw some people before that applied for 489 (old 491) manage to get into NT even if no employment yet (maybe not required during that time). By the way, my background is accountant here in PH as well as cpa au associate member w/ more than 10 years exp. Thank you so much for any advice you can offer. during my time we are not required to submit proof of employment. Only job ads that our nominated occupation is being advertised. Accountants are required to have a job offer before they can apply for 491. Student visa is another way but not advisable as rules are changing anytime, but up to you if you want to gamble.
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> @pissedball said: > On the first part of your CV, instead of putting your objective, make a narrative (2 to 3 sentences) of your achievement/milestone/citation from your previous company para may impact kaagad, so babasahin ng employers ang succeeding details. (it worked for me many times) > > - resume must be brief and straightforward > - don't put your photo, no age, no nationality. > - indicate your visa class. Hello. That's a good advise and my CV format is just like that. Tanong ko lang though, how would you generally describe AU (and maybe NZ as well) employment process? In terms of reaching out to prospective candidates specifically. Nagtataka lang kasi ko. Last year, I have been sending my CV to some US employers to attempt for a work visa sponsorship. I am in a niche STEM industry kaya nagbabaka sakali ako. I did receive a lot of interest from US employers and did remote interviews and I eventually received a couple of job offers from the US, but all was lost due to COVID and both offers were rescinded since H1B visas are to be processed supposedly by April 2020. I also received responses from some of the UK employers and even one from the Netherlands. With this, I am assuming my CV is ok or even good, and is in the standard of the Western CV. However, wala akong na receive kahit isang feedback or response from any AU and NZ employers. Sadyang snobs ba sila? Or may drastic difference kaya sa CV format ang AU from US and the UK CV? My CV for US and the UK was effective but I can't get its attention from AU or NZ employers. At first i was thinking mas mahirap lang siguro talaga sponsorship sa AU and NZ, so now I'm just trying to get a feedback for employability potential only, I'm not applying for a position, this is only to be used for State nomination pero wala pa rin kahit anong feedback (heck kahit man lang negative feedback wala). Medyo na put-off ako sa employers ng AU.
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> @Captain_A said: > > @agrande said: > > If ito yung timeline niyo: > > PR Grant: April 2016 > > Initial Entry: Oct 2016 > > Big move: Dec 2016 > > > > Need pa ba ng PCC based sa requirements? > > > > The applicant is required to provide penal clearance certificates from overseas countries if: > > The applicant has resided or travelled overseas since the age of 18 years or over, **and** > > the total time spent overseas added up to 12 months or more, **and** > > the time spent in any country was more than 90 consecutive days, **or** > > the applicant is requested to do so by the department. > > if na-satisfy yung 3 since puro **AND** nakalagay, then you have to. > > tapos may **OR** , yang last part ay discretion na ng case officer > > parang hndi mo na need ng PCC, in my understanding > > all the best Thank you bro. We will submit our application tomorrow and let's see. :)