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Hi NB, Hi Team,

I have ceated a new EOI with extra points for work ex deducted by ACS. I have a question around this -
I read somewehere that we should create separate EOIs for 189 and 190. Unfortunateky I used same EOI to create both 189 and 190 application.

I need suggestion on -
1. Should I create a separate EOI for 189 and 190. (one each).
2. Can I edit the same EOI and keep it for any one either say 189 and create a new EOI with only 190.
I need suggestions based on experience else I need to try out in skill select but I don't want to mess my application.

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Remove only the 190 from the existing EOI and create a new one

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Question, how will the bridging visa process work? will I get it as soon as I pay and apply? my 485 expires on the 31st of January. I'm almost done with my application and paying the fee. All I'll have left will be PCC and Medical.

Is there any extra step I need to get bridging visa? How will they know I'm an onshore applicant?

Second question is, which documents are to be JP notorised? some say it's color scan, others say you need JP notorised documents.
1. DHA will know that you are onshore from your current address
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I am Currently working as a Business/Test Analyst in Sydney. My degree is assessed as a business analyst (Masters + PY). I will soon complete one year of my employment. i would want to get my work experience assessed by ACS.

1- Can i claim my points for work exp as an BA? I spoken to my manager and he is happy to give a reference letter my roles and responsibilities close to a BA.

2- How specific should the roles and responsibilities be? i am using ACS Guideline mentioned for a BA. Should i mention all the details such a Project and Systems names which I worked on (most of them are inhouse) they might not be aware about it .

3- The payslips has a different title only Test Analyst, so will this cause an issue ?

5- If i get a positive assessment as Closely related to my field, can i still expect NSW invitation as their eligibility criteria mentions must be living and working in the nominated field.

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1. You can claim for either PY or experience for a particular period
2. Try to give as any details as possible
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3. The RnR is important not the designation
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Remove only the 190 from the existing EOI and create a new one

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Hi NB,

Based on my research I think only South Australia is offshore 190 applicants for 261313. Request you to please confirm same and if so shed some light on the scope of job opportunties in SA for 261313.

My research -

NSW 190 - only for onshore
Additional criteria - https://www.business.nsw.gov.au/__da..._Sept-2019.pdf

Victoria 190 - only who has job offer
https://liveinmelbourne.vic.gov.au/m...a-subclass-190

Western Australis - 190 - 261313 only for graduates
https://migration.wa.gov.au/services...pation%20lists

QLD - 190 - closed
https://migration.qld.gov.au/skilled-occupation-lists/

South Australia - 190 is possible it seems
https://www.migration.sa.gov.au/skil...n-requirements


Tasmania - 190 - closed
https://www.migration.tas.gov.au/ski...nominated_visa

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No idea

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Hi NB,
I just have one question. If my nomination for 491 is approved by some state and I am invited from DHA, can I ignore this invitation in case I get 190 nominations approved from another state? Can DHA invite an applicant for 2 VISAs ( 190 and 491) with different EOIs each but the same passport number?

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Hi All,

NSW 190 they need one year of work experience in NSW. I have done my skill assessment through ACS as a BA. (Masters in Aus + 1 year PY)


Currently working in NSW in my feild. If i get an invitation

Do i still need to do Employment Skill Assessment through ACS? Or i can just provide my employment proof.

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1. You can claim for either PY or experience for a particular period
2. Try to give as any details as possible
The assessors are experienced and can understand
3. The RnR is important not the designation
5. NO
You have to meet their requirements

Cheers
Hi NB,

Thank you for your response..

Lastly, under ACS which option should i select..

1. Temporary Graduate (TG)
2. Post Australian Study (PAS)
3. Skills Assessment (Skills)
4. Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

previously while assessing my masters degree (masters + PY) i opted for PAS.

for just work experience what should i opt ?

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Hi NB,

First of all, thank you on behalf of all those whom you have helped!

Posting this question on behalf of my friend. These days, many Australian universities are offering online masters degree (e.g. masters in data science), which we can complete from anywhere in the world. We'd like to know if such degree can get positive assessment from assessing authority (like ACS) and if yes, will that be considered as Australia education? Tried to search a lot on this, but couldn't get much info. Kindly provide if there is any link.

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Hi NB, Hi Team,

I have ceated a new EOI with extra points for work ex deducted by ACS. I have a question around this -
I read somewehere that we should create separate EOIs for 189 and 190. Unfortunateky I used same EOI to create both 189 and 190 application.

I need suggestion on -
1. Should I create a separate EOI for 189 and 190. (one each).
2. Can I edit the same EOI and keep it for any one either say 189 and create a new EOI with only 190.
I need suggestions based on experience else I need to try out in skill select but I don't want to mess my application.

Thanks and Regards.
Hi Ankit,

Regarding your claim for the points which were deducted by ACS, do you happen to get this information to claim points from your MARA agent? or how sure that the claimed points does not affect your application?

Do let me know as I am also on the same boat and dilemma whether to claims the points for the deducted years by ACS.

Thanks,
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