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Did you have another EOI with a 489 visa option selected for a different state? Yesterday was the last day that states could nominate people for a 489 visa so I expect DIBP did an update overnight to remove the 489 visa option from any EOIs which hadn't received an invite. The message could relate to that EOI.
hi jontymorgan look at my skillselect mail box attaching to this message and advice me. Im confused bro.
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Hi Khurram,

1. After you have made the payment of the visa fees, login back to your ImmiAccount. You will see a button to click for Health Assessment. Click on that. It will take you to next page to fill some details and select Ye/ NO appropriately at the questions present there. Once you click on Submit, you will see your HAP ID in the next page. There is a button - Print Information sheet. Click on it. Take a print out immediately or save it as PDF. Take this print-out to the Hospital when you book your Medicals appointment.

2. If you wish to complete the medicals prior to visa lodge, you can select 189 and proceed. There is no option to select 489 / 190. You can do this by selecting a new Health assessment application in ImmiAccount only.

Don't be in a hurry to do the Medicals earlier. Proceed with one step at a time. Once you are completed with your documents upload and completed the visa fees payment, then proceed with PCC and Medicals.

Good Luck Khurram

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Hello guys!

Ilive in Sydney but I'm considering SA for 489 or 190 visa.
My profession (mechanical engineer) has 3 years of field experience requirement (which I don't have).
I'm thinking to apply for a VET course and get a work experience waiver as a SA international graduate.
But the official page is a bit confusing.
Do you guys know about the work experience waiver?

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Hi everyone,

Could someone help gfavaro with his question please? I am also confused about this.

Immigration SA website states inside General Requirements for Graduates:

9.1.5 You must be currently working for the last 3 months in a skilled occupation in South Australia (minimum 40 hours per fortnight)*
OR
Have met the general work experience requirement as per nomination requirement 5. If you are claiming Australian work experience, the last 6 months of this must be South Australian work experience.
OR
Meet the work experience waiver requirements* listed in 9.4 below.

* If your occupation is listed as requiring additional work experience in the field (for example, 2-5 years work experience in the field), you must be currently working for the last 3 months in your nominated occupation or closely related occupation in South Australia (minimum 40 hours per fortnight). Some of these occupations require you to be currently working for the last 12 months in South Australia (or currently working for the last 6 months in a country region of South Australia) in your nominated or closely related occupation (minimum 40 hours per fortnight) post-graduation. See the Lists of State Nominated Occupations for further details.


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My question is: considering that the applicant does not satisfy the mechanical engineer 3 years of field experience requirement and is not eligible for any of the 3 waiver categories, does the applicant needs to:

a) complete 3 years work experience in field + last 3 months skilled work in SA,? OR
b) complete 3 years work experience in field + last 12 months skilled work in SA? OR
c) only complete skilled work in SA or 3 months? OR
d) only complete skilled work in SA for 12 months?

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Hi everyone,

Could someone help gfavaro with his question please? I am also confused about this.

Immigration SA website states inside General Requirements for Graduates:

9.1.5 You must be currently working for the last 3 months in a skilled occupation in South Australia (minimum 40 hours per fortnight)*
OR
Have met the general work experience requirement as per nomination requirement 5. If you are claiming Australian work experience, the last 6 months of this must be South Australian work experience.
OR
Meet the work experience waiver requirements* listed in 9.4 below.

* If your occupation is listed as requiring additional work experience in the field (for example, 2-5 years work experience in the field), you must be currently working for the last 3 months in your nominated occupation or closely related occupation in South Australia (minimum 40 hours per fortnight). Some of these occupations require you to be currently working for the last 12 months in South Australia (or currently working for the last 6 months in a country region of South Australia) in your nominated or closely related occupation (minimum 40 hours per fortnight) post-graduation. See the Lists of State Nominated Occupations for further details.


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My question is: considering that the applicant does not satisfy the mechanical engineer 3 years of field experience requirement and is not eligible for any of the 3 waiver categories, does the applicant needs to:

a) complete 3 years work experience in field + last 3 months skilled work in SA,? OR
b) complete 3 years work experience in field + last 12 months skilled work in SA? OR
c) only complete skilled work in SA or 3 months? OR
d) only complete skilled work in SA for 12 months?
Dear Aline,

If you look further down on their website (https://migration.sa.gov.au/Internat...r-requirements) you should see item 9.4 which states waiver conditions to SA graduates:

9.4.1 - High Performing Graduate (must be in a South Australian PUBLIC university and doesn't include VET courses)
9.4.2 - Long term residents of South Australia - At least 7 years
9.4.3 - If your occupation is listed as available or low availability (which isn't the case for Mechanical Engineers)

But even if you meet one of those requirements, you would still have to meet the Assessing Authority work experience requirements, i don't know how it is for Engineers, but for my profession is at least 2 years of work experience plus 3 years if you're pursuing at least 5 points for work experience in DHA's points test.

"Please note: you will still need to meet any work experience requirements as specified by the skills assessing authority for your nominated occupation."

If i made any mistakes someone please correct me.

Good luck!

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Dear Aline,

If you look further down on their website you should see item 9.4 which states waiver conditions to SA graduates:

9.4.1 - High Performing Graduate (must be in a South Australian PUBLIC university and doesn't include VET courses)
9.4.2 - Long term residents of South Australia - At least 7 years
9.4.3 - If your occupation is listed as available or low availability (which isn't the case for Mechanical Engineers)

But even if you meet one of those requirements, you would still have to meet the Assessing Authority work experience requirements, i don't know how it is for Engineers, but for my profession is at least 2 years of work experience plus 3 years if you're pursuing at least 5 points for work experience in DHA's points test.

"Please note: you will still need to meet any work experience requirements as specified by the skills assessing authority for your nominated occupation."

If i made any mistakes someone please correct me.

Good luck!
Hi GSM82,

Thank you for your reply.
I don't understand this the same way as you do.
Item 9.4 states:

"9.4 South Australian graduates can access a work experience waiver via the following categories:""

Its exactly a work experience waiver, so if you satisfy one of this condition the work experience requirement is waived.

However, the applicant does not satisfy any of this condition anyway. My question is actually focused on the general requirement. It doesn't clarify if, as an international graduate, you need to be working for the last 3 months in South Australia ON TOP OF or INSTEAD OF satisfying the working requirement of the occupation.

And this same paragraph is repeated inside the work experience waiver based on high english (9.4.3).

Any thoughts?

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Hi GSM82,

Thank you for your reply.
I don't understand this the same way as you do.
Item 9.4 states:

"9.4 South Australian graduates can access a work experience waiver via the following categories:""

Its exactly a work experience waiver, so if you satisfy one of this condition the work experience requirement is waived.

However, the applicant does not satisfy any of this condition anyway. My question is actually focused on the general requirement. It doesn't clarify if, as an international graduate, you need to be working for the last 3 months in South Australia ON TOP OF or INSTEAD OF satisfying the working requirement of the occupation.

And this same paragraph is repeated inside the work experience waiver based on high english (9.4.3).

Any thoughts?
By the general requirement they state this:

"If your occupation is listed as requiring additional work experience in the field (for example, 2-5 years work experience in the field), you must be currently working for the last 3 months in your nominated occupation or closely related occupation in South Australia (minimum 40 hours per fortnight). Some of these occupations require you to be currently working for the last 12 months in South Australia (or currently working for the last 6 months in a country region of South Australia) in your nominated or closely related occupation (minimum 40 hours per fortnight) post-graduation"

And looking at the applicant's occupation, they ask for 3 years in the field, so i understand that he'll have to have worked the last 3 months in SA, which is the best scenario.

When the 12 months of work in SA is required, they explicitly asks for it in the occupation list. Like the one i've attached as well, eg. Financial Manager

Feel free to PM me in portuguese, maybe it will be easier to understand.

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By the general requirement they state this:

"If your occupation is listed as requiring additional work experience in the field (for example, 2-5 years work experience in the field), you must be currently working for the last 3 months in your nominated occupation or closely related occupation in South Australia (minimum 40 hours per fortnight). Some of these occupations require you to be currently working for the last 12 months in South Australia (or currently working for the last 6 months in a country region of South Australia) in your nominated or closely related occupation (minimum 40 hours per fortnight) post-graduation"

And looking at the applicant's occupation, they ask for 3 years in the field, so i understand that he'll have to have worked the last 3 months in SA, which is the best scenario.

When the 12 months of work in SA is required, they explicitly asks for it in the occupation list. Like the one i've attached as well, eg. Financial Manager

Feel free to PM me in portuguese, maybe it will be easier to understand.

Regards,
Hi GSM82, thank you so much for replying again and for clarifying that the 12 month is not applicable in this case.

So just to clarify, do you understand that ON TOP OF satisfying the 3 years of work experience in the field the applicant must be working in SA for the last 3 months OR that he is WAIVED of the 3 years work experience and only need to be working for the last 3 months in SA?

Thanks for offering to answer in Portuguese but I prefer to talk here as it may help others with the same question.

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Hi GSM82, thank you so much for replying again and for clarifying that the 12 month is not applicable in this case.

So just to clarify, do you understand that ON TOP OF satisfying the 3 years of work experience in the field the applicant must be working in SA for the last 3 months OR that he is WAIVED of the 3 years work experience and only need to be working for the last 3 months in SA?

Thanks for offering to answer in Portuguese but I prefer to talk here as it may help others with the same question.

Cheers
ON TOP OF!
That's what i understood from it, maybe you could send an enquiry to them just to be sure, because it's surely confusing.

Cheers!

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ON TOP OF!
That's what i understood from it, maybe you could send an enquiry to them just to be sure, because it's surely confusing.

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