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What Migration Agency You PREFER this 2022

Hello mga ka forums... good day aa inyo lahat. I just want to ask who is your preferred migration agency this current year if you are living in Philippines.

MACINOZ2023

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  • MACINOZ2023MACINOZ2023 Qatar
    Posts: 23Member
    Joined: Jun 23, 2021

    Following, we are considering Respall and Visa Consort.

  • toyotafxtoyotafx Posts: 63Member
    Joined: Sep 25, 2020

    Try World 2 Australia Migration Solutions Pty Ltd. Gloria is a helpful agent and has helped me more than a couple of other agencies that I found here in this forum. My situation was quite unique and she was the first one who gave me the proper direction, which I later confirmed was the best one to go for, after talking to a few more agents.

    Aside from being helpful, she's polite, professional, and understanding - which is way more than I can say to one of the agents/agencies being advertised in this forum. All this based from my experience of course, can't say how others' experiences were.

    PM me na lang if you need more details.

    133512 offshore | 190 - 75 pts | Age - 25 | English - 20 | Qualifications - 15 | State - 5 | Partner - 5 | CCL - 5
    233513 offshore | 189 - 85 pts | 190 - 90 | 491 - 100 | Age - 25 | English - 20 | Qualifications - 15 | Work Experience (outside) - 10 | State - 5/15 | Partner - 10 | CCL - 5

    15.08.20 - started researching. identified which ANZSCO occupation I should have assessed
    22.08.20 - consultation with VETASSESS consultant on my nominated ANZSCO occupation
    01.09.20 - took IELTS test
    07.09.20 - results came out, proficient only
    07.09.20 - submitted 133512 assessment requirements to VETASSESS
    08.09.20 - started drafting CDR for EA assessment for 233511
    18.09.20 - positive outcome of VETASSESS assessment (although most of my work experience was not credited)
    24.09.20 - took PTE. superior outcome
    01.10.20 - submitted application to EA for 233511
    07.10.20 - submitted application to ACS for partner's skills assessment
    13.10.20 - received positive outcome from EA for 233513
    17.10.20 - partner's english test. PTE proficient
    17.10.20 - EOI lodged. 133512 - 190 @ 70 pts
    17.10.20 - EOI lodged. 233513 - 189 @ 75 pts, 190 @ 80 pts
    11.10.20 - positive outcome for partner's skills assessment +5 points. 189 and 190 for 233513 increased to 80 and 85, respectively
    24.11.20 - CCL test
    01.12.20 - passed CCL test. 189 and 190 @ 85 & 90 pts, respectively, for 233513. 190 @ 75pts for 133512
    03.11.21 - ROI submitted to SA. 491 @ 100 pts for 233513
    25.11.21 - ITA SA ROI. submitted application
    26.11.21 - SA ROI approved. EOI ITA issued
    24.12.21 - lodged 491 invite for SA. waiting for character reference from SG. health exam notice issued by immi.
    15.01.22 - uploaded SG character reference, updated medical
    08.02.22 - received 190 NSW invite for 133512
    18.02.22 - lodged 190 invite for NSW.
    10.05.22 - granted 190 NSW. no CO contact.

  • MACINOZ2023MACINOZ2023 Qatar
    Posts: 23Member
    Joined: Jun 23, 2021

    We have finally decided to get the services of Ms. Rhea and Visa Consort. :)

    JohnGladdenwallflower11
  • JohnGladdenJohnGladden Posts: 6Member
    Joined: Apr 02, 2021

    @MACINOZ2023 said:
    We have finally decided to get the services of Ms. Rhea and Visa Consort. :)

    Thanks for this encouraging comment. We will try to consider this option

    MACINOZ2023
  • patlpatl Posts: 10Member
    Joined: Jan 20, 2022

    I’m looking for an immigration lawyer who could advise me the best long term strategy in get a PR grant. I’ve already had a couple of consultation, even paid $160 for a 40 minutes consultation, but it seems they are only assisting 190/491 application. From what I know, nothing will happen even if I applied for 190/491 now as they are only accepting onshore IT applicants. I’m having second thoughts on going for the student pathway to PR. Can anyone recommend an immigration lawyer who can give a better strategy in getting a PR grant?

    Occupation - Software Engineer (261313) - 85 pts
    Feb. 2019 - Positive ACS Skills assessment received
    Jan. 2022 - PTE superior
    Mar. 2022 - renew ACS Skills assessment (need to reassess in November 2022 to claim 8 years experience)

  • RheaMARN1171933RheaMARN1171933 Posts: 2,032Member, Administrator, Moderator
    Joined: Mar 10, 2016
    edited April 18

    @patl said:
    I’m looking for an immigration lawyer who could advise me the best long term strategy in get a PR grant. I’ve already had a couple of consultation, even paid $160 for a 40 minutes consultation, but it seems they are only assisting 190/491 application. From what I know, nothing will happen even if I applied for 190/491 now as they are only accepting onshore IT applicants. I’m having second thoughts on going for the student pathway to PR. Can anyone recommend an immigration lawyer who can give a better strategy in getting a PR grant?

    As an agent myself I wouldn’t recommend a student visa as much as possible although I’m a product of this pathway. GSM pathway is the best pathway recommended for those whose occupation is on the list. Visa options for offshore (without employer sponsorship) would be 189,190 or 491. I am only assuming that your occupation is on the SOL list based on your post. If 2 agents have advised you this, plus myself as the third. Don’t you think there is a reason why you’re being directed to that pathway? I think the assumption of nothing will happen is based on the current situation. From July - new financial year migration level will be back to how it was in pre-pandemic days. I’m just somehow struggling to understand why you had to talk to two agents and even paid the consultation fee and not trust the advice they provided you? Agents are there to guide you in the direction they think would best suit your situation.

    ispidprik
  • shangorajayshangorajay Posts: 6Member
    Joined: Apr 13, 2021

    @MACINOZ2023 said:
    We have finally decided to get the services of Ms. Rhea and Visa Consort. :)

    Hi mam. Can you share how much is the average pf of vusa consort? Thanks

  • RheaMARN1171933RheaMARN1171933 Posts: 2,032Member, Administrator, Moderator
    Joined: Mar 10, 2016
    edited April 26

    @shangorajay said:

    @MACINOZ2023 said:
    We have finally decided to get the services of Ms. Rhea and Visa Consort. :)

    Hi mam. Can you share how much is the average pf of vusa consort? Thanks

    Just saw this…all depends on the case but for GSM visas, usually around PHP 113K. We have payment plans as well. Something I only do with fellow Filipinos. Let us know if we can help. Complete our web form www.visaconsort.com (click yellow bar) and one of my colleagues will be in touch shortly.

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