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Hey.. Any second guesses for me?
Hey Priya, you shouldn't be worried considering the current faster grant scenario...
Lets see if 25-Jan-2019 is your grant date...

Wish a speedy grant ...
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Hi
My husband was lodged visa on 3dec2018 (ICT SECURITY 262112)
Eoi invitation granted on 11Nov2018
PCC - 5 dec 2018
Medical - 9 Dec 2018
Grant - waiting
How long it will take?

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Any statistics available on IMMI tracker for grants and turn around time for ICT business Analyst ?

Visa Applied Date - 27th Oct 2018
CO Contact - 17th Jan 2019 (PTE score to be submitted electronically via PTE website)
ANZSCO Code - 261111

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Hello Saifsd
Thank you so much. Wishing you all the best.
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Hi guys, a quick query .. my partner has done Diploma and Advanced Diploma in Leadership and Management combining over 92 weeks .. she is now going to apply her EOI for 189 Visa in Registered Nurse profession.

Just wanted to know if she can use her studies to get 5 points for the Australian Study Requirements??

Any leads or experience helps .. we have got mixed signals from 2 different migration agents so really confused. TIA

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This is the requirement to claim 5 points for Australian study requirement .

Each qualification you have completed and are relying on to meet this requirement must:

be either a bachelors degree or higher, a diploma, an advanced diploma, or a trade qualification
have been undertaken at an Australian educational institution in Australia
have been taught in English
be registered on CRICOS

Refer to the below link from DHA to understand better on how they calculate the weeks and other requirements.

https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visa...dy-requirement

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Hello, is this required for the primary/single applicant as well?

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Yes, you need the letter of evidence that the course was conducted in English. I believe it will be better if you get for both the degrees (I am not sure on this.Experts can advise). You can get the letter from the university which awarded the degree.

The letter should be typed on the University's Letterhead stating the Name, DOB, Student no or Degree no, course start date, course end date. It should also state that the above student has studied in this university (start date & end date), was awarded a degree on (Awarded date as per the degree certificate) and the Degrees offered by (Name of school) are taught and assessed in English.

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This is the requirement to claim 5 points for Australian study requirement .



Each qualification you have completed and are relying on to meet this requirement must:



be either a bachelors degree or higher, a diploma, an advanced diploma, or a trade qualification

have been undertaken at an Australian educational institution in Australia

have been taught in English

be registered on CRICOS



Refer to the below link from DHA to understand better on how they calculate the weeks and other requirements.



https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visa...dy-requirement



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Hi Santhosh,

Thanks for replying.. there is a small section in the same webpage which says that all qualifications should closely match your relevant occupation which is where our confusion is coming from.

Since she is applying for a Nursing occupation but her studies are for leadership and management.

Do you believe this will not be a problem?? We have actually had 2 different opinions from different migration agents and hence are really confused

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Hi Harpreet

I have read about one such case in the forum Where the applicant mentioned that he didn't claim points but CO asked for employment proof or some other details. What exactly was asked don't recall.

I assume you would anyway upload relieving letters of your previous companies.

By the way what's the background of your question. Why you ask this specifically?

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I have read that CO can ask for employment proof you you have used your employment for skill assessment, and don't claim any points for employment.

I did not use my employment for my skill assessment. My employment in Australia is not relevant. I have worked in Restaurants and warehouses. Some of the employments were for a day or 2, which I don't even remember and did not add in the application. Restaurants owners sold their shops. I have no idea what to do if they ask for employment proofs. They all were casual employments when I was studying here.

So I don't know what to do if they ask for proofs. I haven't attached any document at the moment.

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I have registered EOI for 189 and my relevant work experience is closing near 8 years. Hence, I wrote to ACS ( including th case officer who handled my ACS assessment and asked for exact date when in would just cross 8 years relevant work experience.
During the filing of EOI, I had marked the start of relevant work experience by me from Dec 1st, 2010. ( Since in the ACS result , it stated "The following Employment after Nov 2010". ) Based on the Dec 1st 2010 start date, 8 years would be reached on or after 5th April, 2019. Based on the response from ACS Case Officer for my query, they confirmed that I could use Nov 16, 2010 a start date. Based on this, the 8 years exp would be reached on march 5, 2019. With the 5 additional points , I would have a total of 75 points for 261313. 1. Can I update the start date in EOI? Would it not be a problem later and would CO have a conflicting opinion ? Has anyone done this before successfully . 2. Is there any mailing id for skill select, to whom I could write and get their confirmation ? Kindly advise

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I have lodged visa on 30 Oct for ICT SECURITY Specialist. No update till date..
Invite - 11 Oct
Lodged Application - 30 Oct.

Looking at trends did not see more people getting grants for this occupation..

Sometimes wait makes us so anxious..

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