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Ranvan 4th January 2019 12:22 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by NB (Post 14760182)
Nurses are in demand in Australia

There is a good chance that you may get a SS quick even with 60+5 points

But at the end it boils down to pure luck as far as SS is concerned
There is nothing else that you can do except maybe applying to other states as well

Cheers

Dear NB, thank you very much for the reply. Awaiting patiently. :fingerscrossed:

supermariobros 4th January 2019 02:21 AM

happy new year everyone. I'm still waiting for a grant having lodged my application on 30-May. I just received assessment commencement email on 19-Sep, but no news since then.

rajinder1801.singh 4th January 2019 05:25 AM

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Originally Posted by supermariobros (Post 14760232)
happy new year everyone. I'm still waiting for a grant having lodged my application on 30-May. I just received assessment commencement email on 19-Sep, but no news since then.

Same here

Visa lodged - 29 may
CO contact - 20 Sept(pte)
Grant - Waiting




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abhishekshroff 4th January 2019 06:46 AM

Itís been 158 frustrating days of waiting now. Havenít received either a CO contact nor a commencement email. Getting extremely worried now. Wonder what the hold up is for! [emoji31]


190 QLD State Nominated
EOI lodged - 2/7/2018
QLD Pre invite - 6/7/2018
QLD Invite - 18/7/2018
Visa lodged - 1/8/2018

Anyad 4th January 2019 07:02 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by abhishekshroff (Post 14760354)
Itís been 158 frustrating days of waiting now. Havenít received either a CO contact nor a commencement email. Getting extremely worried now. Wonder what the hold up is for! [emoji31]


190 QLD State Nominated
EOI lodged - 2/7/2018
QLD Pre invite - 6/7/2018
QLD Invite - 18/7/2018
Visa lodged - 1/8/2018

I just lodged it a few weeks ago, but I have my fingers crossed that everyone gets their grants soon.

VK19 4th January 2019 08:54 AM

Hi all,

Is it true that it doesn't matter whether I lodge my 190 visa onshore / offshore? I have been told the only difference is if the application fails, only onshore applications are eligible for AAT and that's the only difference?

Just deciding whether I want to lodge my 190 now or wait until I return to Australia on my current visa (457).

sravan kumar 4th January 2019 09:25 AM

Hi all, this is sravan, I am planning to apply for Australia PR, I am having a 5yrs of experience. I have done my masters in London UK, there I didn't pay 1 credit card bill of around 20000INR, Is this a problem to apply for PR Visa.

NB 4th January 2019 09:25 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by VK19 (Post 14760466)
Hi all,

Is it true that it doesn't matter whether I lodge my 190 visa onshore / offshore? I have been told the only difference is if the application fails, only onshore applications are eligible for AAT and that's the only difference?

Just deciding whether I want to lodge my 190 now or wait until I return to Australia on my current visa (457).

Nope

If you lodge the application when you are onshore, on a 457 visa , you will be entitled to a Bridging visa
If you lodge off shore, you will not be entitled to it

No idea about AAT that you are talking about

Cheers

NB 4th January 2019 09:27 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sravan kumar (Post 14760478)
Hi all, this is sravan, I am planning to apply for Australia PR, I am having a 5yrs of experience. I have done my masters in London UK, there I didn't pay 1 credit card bill of around 20000INR, Is this a problem to apply for PR Visa.

Leaving aside whether it s a problem or not, why don’t you pay it off and start with a clean slate
Even if it is not a problem now, you never know when it will come to bite you as the world is now exchanging financial information more and more everyday
UK and Australia are highly connected

Cheers

garrychandi 4th January 2019 12:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sravan kumar (Post 14760478)
Hi all, this is sravan, I am planning to apply for Australia PR, I am having a 5yrs of experience. I have done my masters in London UK, there I didn't pay 1 credit card bill of around 20000INR, Is this a problem to apply for PR Visa.

Hey mate, don't worry about it too much. Any financial debts are dealt by country court judgement, which is a civil court. It won't show up in your police certificate (you will need one for your visa from ACRO). In most cases bank will write it as a bad debt for small amount, especially yours is only £2000. After 6 years everything will be cleared from your credit history.
On side note i am not encouraging anyone to default on their obligation


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