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Hi all,

I have few queries regarding the final step - i.e. visa application.

1) What are the steps involved after you click on the Apply Visa button in Skillselect. Just want to be sure that I have all the prerequisites before I click on that button. I guess it will navigate to Immi site to create an account

2) Also can we exit from the page without saving the page, in case I just want to have a sneak peek in the window.

3) What does "Date of effect" mean, and does it have any implications.not getting the question. Wait for inputs from other expats

4) How long does an Indian PCC take.same day if same address with passport else will take 15-30 days depends on speed of police verification

5) Is there any long form to be filled, so that I initiate the process on a Sunday, when I have time. Yes Form 80

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Hi,

Anyone who can guide me , if is it necessary to be employed or working when we file EOI?

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Hi,

Please guide:

I stayed in Australia for 2 years from 2007 to 2009 and had Police verification done then but it is not valid.
I haven't been to Australia again, should i get the police clearance done again, or will the previous one will do.

Appreciate your reply.

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Neha

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Hi,

Please guide:

I stayed in Australia for 2 years from 2007 to 2009 and had Police verification done then but it is not valid.
I haven't been to Australia again, should i get the police clearance done again, or will the previous one will do.

Appreciate your reply.

Thanks

Neha
You should have new one, not older than one year.

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Anyone who can guide me , if is it necessary to be employed or working when we file EOI?

Thanks

Neha
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Thanks for your quick reply.

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Hi VRS,

Thanks for your quick reply, but i am so confused because so many agents in delhi who help in australian immigration told me i have to currently working at the time of filing EOI, if not chances of rejection becomes high.

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Hi,

Please guide:

I stayed in Australia for 2 years from 2007 to 2009 and had Police verification done then but it is not valid.
I haven't been to Australia again, should i get the police clearance done again, or will the previous one will do.

Appreciate your reply.

Thanks

Neha
Hi Neha,

Yes, you have to get PCC again. PCC is valid for 2 years only.

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Thanks for your quick reply, but i am so confused because so many agents in delhi who help in australian immigration told me i have to currently working at the time of filing EOI, if not chances of rejection becomes high.

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No, i do not think so. I am not able to answer this perfectly as I do not have references. All I can conclude id with the help of the question with skills assessment, they ask, have you worked for 3 years in the last 5 years (in case you are claiming points for 3 years of job or more) or 5 years of the last 8 years (in case you are claiming points for 5 years or more).

Please inquire further. Sorry not able to give a 100% answer.

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I was wondering if I need to get the ACS certificate Notarised or Attested while filling the Visa documents

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