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  1. Caycee


    Good evening, We are all ready to sign with a migration agent, being that it is such a lot of money I wanted to see if there is anyone on the forum who has used Reuven from Migrate2Oz and if you would recommend them. Thanks in advance, Caycee
  2. Hi Everyone, I hope you're having an amazing week! I'm thrilled to say that we finally received our final unabridged birth certificate 2 weeks ago (6 months after applying); and this morning, my husband's positive skills assessment arrived in the post - woohoo! Now we can finally apply for the EOI with all documents in place for this stage. I'm wanting to submit the EOI but want to make absolutely sure I don't make any mistakes, as we're not working through an agent. Please advise on the following: My husband's skills assessment from Engineers Australia states that his "...qualification meets the current academic requirement for standing as a Professional Engineer (Skill level 1) in Australia....", and "Your above qualification has been assessed as broadly comparable to an Australian Bachelor degree for the purposes of awarding points for qualifications under the General Skilled Migration Points test." My question refers: http://www.immi.gov.au/Visas/Pages/189.aspx - in the section for points based on Qualifications, which of the following does he qualify for: At least a bachelor degree from an Australian educational institution or other degree of a recognised standard 15 OR An award or qualification recognised by the assessing authority in the assessment of the skilled occupation 10 Your help is much appreciated!
  3. I was looking at another forum and there was a discussion about ASA consultants. A quick check on the Australian security exchange (http://www.asic.gov.au/) indicates that they are under external administration. I hope there is nobody caught up with them.
  4. Hi to add to my previous post Is there anybody who knows of a migration agent that is online that can advise me on what options to go with next. Me - Project Director (Pharmaceutical) Wife - Marketing Manager(Retail) 2 daughters 6 and 4 Previously we lodged a 176 PR Family sponsored visa but as per previous have been queued for 5 years now. I now need to decide if there is another Visa which would be applicable to us. I really don't want to go through the whole process again and be unsuccessful or waste another lump of cash and time. Anyone in a similar predicament? Please help
  5. Rowa

    Graphic designer found an agent

    Hi all, I'm so happy to become part of this forum! It has helped me decide on using Migration Outcomes (Stephen) as my migration agent - it is a relief to be able to make an informed decision based on advice on this forum. I would like to add something about another immigration agent that I met with, maybe it'll help someone have a better idea with whom they are dealing with. Strictly my personal experience and opinion though, don't want to offend anyone... In my search for an immigration agent I also met for a consultation with Andre Burger and Associates (initial consultation fee R700). He was very thorough and seemed competent, and we were able to establish a clear pathway for me to immigrate after exploring a few options. However, I decided to not use him because his fees were very high - it was almost double what Migration Outcomes charges. But because he charges for the initial consultation I'm glad I went for that - I'm a graphic designer & animator so a few other migration agents that I spoke to (who offer free assessments) have been telling me that I can only go to Aus on a work visa, because my profession is not currently state sponsored. Because of Andre's thorough research, we discovered that I am able to qualify under another similar profession, currently sponsored by ACT. Are there any creatives/ designers who have successfully immigrated? I also wonder what Canberra is like and what the job prospects are for someone who works in advertising? Thanks
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