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Old 17th June 2017, 02:04 AM
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How about 55 point like me? Buddy? I am expecting to get extra 10 point from PTE.


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If you want to get extra points and you are sure that you can add, then their is no need to hurry .Because high points will improve your competitiveness .

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Thanks Ricton, I do think so, that's why I don't submit my EOI now and wait until I conquer PTE.


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Is it normal that assessor of engineers Australia starts asking for so many different documents and have 4 feedbacks and doesn't clear u, so far he has not objected on any of the episodes in CDR, he asks rescan of degree and asked 3rd party reference, he also said that it my final opportunity to submit the document, what does he want? Can someone plz tell me?

PS: I have not even applied for employment verification, just the CDR and it's been 52 days in my application now
you can submit your income tax returns issued from FBR as 3rd party evidence. you can submit you returns online via FBRs iris system. just submit your returns online get colour prints scan and upload them. if your annual salary is below the taxable income you can still file you zero tax return on same FBR iris system online. hope this helps

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last year, 2335 can get invitation with 60 points, but now even 65 pts not enough. is this the really case ? or just an estimate. whats the estimated backlog, any idea ?

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Before January its not possible to say anything about 2335. Anything can happen. if they increase the ceiling value from 1534 then there might be a chance. But from my point of view with 65 you will get the invitation eventually. But for me with 60 its quite impossible.
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There is no harm in submitting the EOI now.
Many states open their quota in July and initially the points requirement may be less.
Look for the states that sponsor your occupation and submit EOI. You may get lucky.
Prepare side by side for Pte and update EOI when you get the score but no harm in submitting EOI now if any state sponsors your occupation.
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you can submit your income tax returns issued from FBR as 3rd party evidence. you can submit you returns online via FBRs iris system. just submit your returns online get colour prints scan and upload them. if your annual salary is below the taxable income you can still file you zero tax return on same FBR iris system online. hope this helps[/QUOTE]
Thanks Umer, I had submitted FBR printouts of last three years on Wednesday, then I had mailed him the bank statement showing my salary same night but the assessor remained quiet after that, I last night also email him my service card from army and release order, I hope he understands that I had a service in army engineers and these are enough proofs even though I had submitted my CDR only and not employment verification, I applied as engineering manager and had sent him my PMP and MS degree also and he has not objected to any CE or SS(which I believe that he would start objecting from now on), he is just trolling my employment, even last time he said that it's my last oppertunity to submit FBR statement, he is acting as if he will never clear me, but thanks anyway bro

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There is no harm in submitting the EOI now.

Many states open their quota in July and initially the points requirement may be less.

Look for the states that sponsor your occupation and submit EOI. You may get lucky.

Prepare side by side for Pte and update EOI when you get the score but no harm in submitting EOI now if any state sponsors your occupation.

Goodluck.


Thanks buddy!
But the thing is that, most of the states which sponsor for 2235 are crowded and require PTE 65 (IELTS 7) like VIC, NSW as threshold requirement. That's why it seems meaningless to submitting with such points.


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But the thing is that, most of the states which sponsor for 2235 are crowded and require PTE 65 (IELTS 7) like VIC, NSW as threshold requirement. That's why it seems meaningless to submitting with such points.


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If it is the threshold requirement of each state for sponsoring your nominated occupation, then you cannot do anything about it. I was not aware of that. My point of view was that if some state has the threshold requirement which you have already met, then submit the EOI now(even if the history says that you need higher points for sponsorship) because the new year is starting and points requirements can drop. Also, side by side work towards increasing your points.
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Thanks you buddy! Wish you lots of luck for the SA and onwards!


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