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Ive a silly question

Can we lodge only application pay visa fee after 5-8days later R. we have to pay visa fee along with form80 and other documents then only lodgement is possible???


Due to some shopping credit card has no credit and need to wait for the billing cycle to get over mean time we dont want to wait till last date to lodge application.

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Ive a silly question

Can we lodge only application pay visa fee after 5-8days later R. we have to pay visa fee along with form80 and other documents then only lodgement is possible???


Due to some shopping credit card has no credit and need to wait for the billing cycle to get over mean time we dont want to wait till last date to lodge application.

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You have 60 days to submit the application after invite

Till you make the payment, the application will not be considered as Submitted
If for any reason whatsoever, the payment is not made till the 60th day, the invite will,lapse

So do the maths when you can make the payments at the latest

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Will the employer give you a certificate that you are working in QLD although he has no office in QLD ?

Have a serious discussion with your employer on how he plans to give you that certificate
Will he show that you are working from home ?
Moreover drop an email to QLD SS division also, as the employer is not having any establishment in QLD, will they accept his certificate
Because in normal circumstances they would expect you to be employed by a QLD based employer

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I sent an email regarding the same to QLD SS and got reply that ...applicant living in QLD working for any employer anywhere in Australia is equally eligible as others working in QLD.

I appreciate your help very much.

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Hi NB. I have applied for ACS. Meanwhile I have a question. As you have already seen, I had 9 years and 6 months of experience in my first company and I started in January 2008. Now if you consider after January 2010, it would mean I have 7 years and 6 months , am I correct? With 7 years and 6 months, will I fall in the 5-7 year bracket in which I can claim only 15 points or will I fall in the 8-10 year bracket in which I can claim the maximum 20 points?

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Hi NB. I have applied for ACS. Meanwhile I have a question. As you have already seen, I had 9 years and 6 months of experience in my first company and I started in January 2008. Now if you consider after January 2010, it would mean I have 7 years and 6 months , am I correct? With 7 years and 6 months, will I fall in the 5-7 year bracket in which I can claim only 15 points or will I fall in the 8-10 year bracket in which I can claim the maximum 20 points?
I do not know from where you are getting the points

You are presently eligible for 10 points which will go up to 15 points once you cross 8 years


Please be careful when you total points

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NB, thanks for clarifying. Now my confusion is at present ACS is done only for my first assessment which as you know will not cross 8 years. Is it really necessary to get ACS done for my second employment as well? My second employment is totally relavant to my skill set ( have the relavant supporting information which is my experience certificate and skill certificate) . Can I claim maximum points for experience right now and then furnish the necessary proof to DIBP when asked?? Or is it better to wait for ACS to complete assessment?

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NB, thanks for clarifying. Now my confusion is at present ACS is done only for my first assessment which as you know will not cross 8 years. Is it really necessary to get ACS done for my second employment as well? My second employment is totally relavant to my skill set ( have the relavant supporting information which is my experience certificate and skill certificate) . Can I claim maximum points for experience right now and then furnish the necessary proof to DIBP when asked?? Or is it better to wait for ACS to complete assessment?
It all depends on you

Each person has a different risk taking capacity

I am a mouse as far as Immigration is concerned
I don’t even venture into a grey area leave alone a black area, like you are proposing

If you are confident that you can convince the CO that nothing changed post skills assessment and as such you were eligible to claim the points for experience, then go ahead and claim the maximum points for experience right away

Who am I to stop you

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No I didn't intend to venture in any black area. I will wait for ACS assessment

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am lodging my 190 visa application. Would like to know if the 'till date' for my current employment should be left blank as I did for ACS or should I mention a random date.

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am lodging my 190 visa application. Would like to know if the 'till date' for my current employment should be left blank as I did for ACS or should I mention a random date.

Pls help me.
If you want to claim points in the EOI for experience till the date you are invited , then you have to leave it as TO date

If you don’t want to claim, then give the date of assessment

If you want to know whether you can claim or not, read my opening post

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