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Are you sure about the ACS reassessment requirement even if you get a promotion and a designation hike? (working at the same firm).

Also, is Birth certificate a mandatory document?
I would have done the reassessment if I were in your shoes

Birth certificate is quite easy to get nowadays, and I would have got it as far as possible
If not possible despite all efforts , then Aadhaar or school leaving certificate can be substituted

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Congrats !! for your Grant !! Hope to see you soon there




My wife's name is not on my passport but now i have submitted my EOI, now if i get it changed then my passport no. and all details will change, say if i get it changed in next two weeks, will this not impact my DOE ?? what if i get invite before getting this changed ??



I got SD form my colleague.. who is working with me but not directly managing me but he knows and aware of my day to day activities and RnR mentioned in SD ... but now this is done what to do

Thanks for sharing your experience and knowledge
You can change the passport number at any stage during the process without any problem or even after grant.
Don't worry about that, get the name added and be done with it

Can you get another SD from a manager ?
If you can't , then stop thinking about it.
Just hope that the HR of the company corroborate what you have given in the SD

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That figure seems quite optimistic. Could you please elaborate where you stayed (both of you), your daily/monthly expenses etc?

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If we are applying for a PR while we have a valid 457 Visa, what should be the answer to the below question on Grant number?

Does this applicant have an Australian visa grant number?

Whether we should indicate only Permanent residency visa details or even Temporary Work Visa (457 stream) is also considered?

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If we are applying for a PR while we have a valid 457 Visa, what should be the answer to the below question on Grant number?

Does this applicant have an Australian visa grant number?

Whether we should indicate only Permanent residency visa details or even Temporary Work Visa (457 stream) is also considered?
Which question are you talking about amd in which form ?

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I am talking about My Health Declaration application in the IMMIAccount when we are planning for medical test before lodging a Visa?

There is a question on whether you have travelled to Australia during last 28 days followed by whether this applicant have an Australian visa grant number?

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I would have done the reassessment if I were in your shoes

Birth certificate is quite easy to get nowadays, and I would have got it as far as possible
If not possible despite all efforts , then Aadhaar or school leaving certificate can be substituted

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Thanks. I do not mind getting it re-done, but I need to do get the Notary, Reference Letter, HR reference done again additional to shelling out another 20k.

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Thanks. I do not mind getting it re-done, but I need to do get the Notary, Reference Letter, HR reference done again additional to shelling out another 20k.
It's your choice 20K now or possibility of rejection of PR later

As is said PR is a money guzzling exercise

You have to take into account all,these additional expenses when you plan your finances
Members are indiscriminately applying for PR regardless of whether they will ultimately get it or not, and even if they do, will they be able to get a high paying job or not
Every one think the PR is the end to all their problems without realising that it's only the starting point for the troubles

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It's your choice 20K now or possibility of rejection of PR later

As is said PR is a money guzzling exercise

You have to take into account all,these additional expenses when you plan your finances
Members are indiscriminately applying for PR regardless of whether they will ultimately get it or not, and even if they do, will they be able to get a high paying job or not
Every one think the PR is the end to all their problems without realising that it's only the starting point for the troubles

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True. I've read some threads here people working at super markets the first few months till they get a job relevant to their role.

I expect to suffer the first few months, no denying that.

Edit: are you settled down and well?

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True. I've read some threads here people working at super markets the first few months till they get a job relevant to their role.

I expect to suffer the first few months, no denying that.

Edit: are you settled down and well?
Newbienz went with 457 VISA and applied for PR. He had a job to begin with.

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