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I've previously applied for EOI under 'Analyst programmer' both in 189(70) and 190(70+5) stream, Now I got 79 in PTE and point is equaled to 80 (without nomination). As invitation for Analyst Programmer under 189 is being given to 75 point, I'm thinking about unselecting 190 from EOI because of the 2yrs restriction on 190 stream.

I am bit curious, if I select both 189 and 190, and if I got invited on 190, can I ignore the 190 invitation and wait for the 189 invitation? Since my graduate visa is going to expire on end of this October I'm bit nervous to ignore the invitation chances from either stream.
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If the 189/190 are in the same EOI - as soon as you get the invite for one, the other will be frozen.

So I would suggest splitting up your EOI's (you can use the same email address still).

To me, it is always worth putting your hat in the ring for both 189/190 - that way you have a Plan B.
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I've previously applied for EOI under 'Analyst programmer' both in 189(70) and 190(70+5) stream, Now I got 79 in PTE and point is equaled to 80 (without nomination). As invitation for Analyst Programmer under 189 is being given to 75 point, I'm thinking about unselecting 190 from EOI because of the 2yrs restriction on 190 stream.

I am bit curious, if I select both 189 and 190, and if I got invited on 190, can I ignore the 190 invitation and wait for the 189 invitation? Since my graduate visa is going to expire on end of this October I'm bit nervous to ignore the invitation chances from either stream.
Split them and man you are a 80 pointer now. Forget 190 and go for 189. Good luck!!

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If the 189/190 are in the same EOI - as soon as you get the invite for one, the other will be frozen.

So I would suggest splitting up your EOI's (you can use the same email address still).

To me, it is always worth putting your hat in the ring for both 189/190 - that way you have a Plan B.
I am a new user. actually, I know very little about EOI. From this post, I realize that multiple EOI can be submitted using one email.

In my case, I want to submit 190 for Vic and 489 for SA. So, can I submit two EOI for 190(VIC) and 489(SA)?

Thanks in advance.

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