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harpreet22 1st January 2019 09:28 PM

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Originally Posted by kaniz (Post 14756628)
Need advice please. During my EOI application i didn't claim any point for employment and neither i mentioned any employment detail for last 10 years. After i have received my invitation, i lodged my 189 visa without providing any employment history. Even on form 80 i didn't mention any employment details as i am not claiming any points for my employment. But i have worked in a company for 3 years which is not relevant to my profession , that why i didn't mention about my employment anywhere. But on form 1221, i mentioned about my that 3 years employment which i noticed suddenly during the visa lodgement. What should i do? Is it a huge mistake?

Note* i made another mistake during application for which i have already filled up a form 1023 and submitted. Now should i add another 1023 dorm for this employment mistake? I am very worried. Dont know what to do. Will my visa be refused?

Thank you very much in advance

Profession : General Accounting
Invitation received 11th October
Visa Lodged 18th October
Grant :fingerscrossed:

I made the same mistake in my EOI. But I filled my employment history in my visa application/Form 80. I contacted many people and my agent. They all advised that there is nothing to worry as I did not claim any point or hide something. My agent told me that he had similar cases in past, there was no issue. So relax and wait.
Please update when CO contacts you or you get DG.
Good luck.

outspoken 2nd January 2019 12:12 AM

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Originally Posted by harpreet22 (Post 14758070)
I made the same mistake in my EOI. But I filled my employment history in my visa application/Form 80. I contacted many people and my agent. They all advised that there is nothing to worry as I did not claim any point or hide something. My agent told me that he had similar cases in past, there was no issue. So relax and wait.
Please update when CO contacts you or you get DG.
Good luck.

Same is the case with me. My EOI is in place now and my agent did not add the non-relevant work experience.

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harpreet22 2nd January 2019 12:21 AM

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Originally Posted by outspoken (Post 14758116)
Same is the case with me. My EOI is in place now and my agent did not add the non-relevant work experience.

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What your agent advised you? Why he did not add it? I submitted my EOI myself, so I was not sure. I was thinking that I only have to add the experience if I am claiming the points.

NB 2nd January 2019 12:25 AM

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Originally Posted by outspoken (Post 14758116)
Same is the case with me. My EOI is in place now and my agent did not add the non-relevant work experience.

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Looks like the non relevant experience link was put in the EOI and application just for the fun of it

The technical team had nothing to do so one fine day they decided that letís put the option to enter non relevant experience and make the applicants waste their time by filling it

Those who believe that , I am sure you are right
Others please enter your non relevant experience also in the EOI and application

Cheers

outspoken 2nd January 2019 12:30 AM

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Originally Posted by NB (Post 14758130)
Looks like the non relevant experience link was put in the EOI and application just for the fun of it



The technical team had nothing to do so one fine day they decided that letís put the option to enter non relevant experience and make the applicants waste their time by filling it



Those who believe that , I am sure you are right

Others please enter your non relevant experience also in the EOI and application



Cheers

I too second you. Your argument seems logical. But those who hired an agent cannot do much on their own, but to believe them.
I am too sceptical about my agent.

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outspoken 2nd January 2019 12:33 AM

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Originally Posted by harpreet22 (Post 14758122)
What your agent advised you? Why he did not add it? I submitted my EOI myself, so I was not sure. I was thinking that I only have to add the experience if I am claiming the points.

She says we only need to add experience as per ACS evaluation and she has been doing the same for all her clients.

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harpreet22 2nd January 2019 12:37 AM

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Originally Posted by outspoken (Post 14758140)
She says we only need to add experience as per ACS evaluation and she has been doing the same for all her clients.

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Ok. If she had positive results in past that means we don't have to worry. My agent also advised me the same that it does not create any issue. I even asked him to withdraw the file and submit the EOI again. He still told me that there will be no issue.

shahid15 2nd January 2019 01:35 AM

Hi,
I know its a silly and many times echoed qn, still: to kill the anxiety,
when can we reasonably expect a grant provided we get a direct one without any co contact, assuming I lodged the application November last (based on the current trend and taking into account the holiday season)?

NB 2nd January 2019 01:37 AM

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Originally Posted by shahid15 (Post 14758178)
Hi,
I know its a silly and many times echoed qn, still: to kill the anxiety,
when can we reasonably expect a grant provided we get a direct one without any co contact, assuming I lodged the application November last (based on the current trend and taking into account the holiday season)?

4-6 months would be a good bet

Cheers

shahid15 2nd January 2019 01:39 AM

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Originally Posted by NB (Post 14758180)
4-6 months would be a good bet

Cheers

Thank you:)


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