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Last DOE to be invited for 2613xx on 75points was 2019-02-13.
That will be 5 month backlog in July. And after 80 has been cleared we might be up at a 6 or 7 month backlog of 75 pointers. I think there is no chance the new quota will be able to clear all that.
If we consider immitracker as a pointer, many people with 75 points(2613xx) with DOE after 13-02-2019 got invitation for 190 in the month of mar , apr and 80/85 in may . Definately queue is getting cleared to an extent , but it all depends on them whether they withdraw their 189. I do see few updates on 189 tracker where in the applicants have withdrawn their application. Eventually its not only DHA, rather applicants also make a difference if people who are waiting will ever get invited

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Last few months has not been welcoming for any of us waiting for the invite. And candidates like me are badly stuck. I am extremely confused and unable to take any decision. Can anyone please help me shed some light on my concern?

My DOE is 10-April-2019 and my total points is 70 for 189 and 70+5 for 190.

I am on the verge of getting married. My spouse is not skilled. Now if I declare myself married and do not claim her points then my points will remain same. Although I will get additional 5 experience points in November 2019 and my points for 189 will jump to 75 and 80 for 190. But in November, due to rule changes, 10 points will be awarded to single. I am confused whether should I claim 10 single points by not declaring myself married or should I sacrifice and get 5 points for competent spouse.

To summarize, if i don't declare myself married and I keep my status single, in November my points will be 85 for 189. On the other hand side, If i declare myself married and include my spouse in the application as well, then my points in November will be 80 for 189. To be honest, I want to take my spouse with me, but i have no crazy idea how I am gonna do this.

Can anyone please guide?

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Last few months has not been welcoming for any of us waiting for the invite. And candidates like me are badly stuck. I am extremely confused and unable to take any decision. Can anyone please help me shed some light on my concern?

My DOE is 10-April-2019 and my total points is 70 for 189 and 70+5 for 190.

I am on the verge of getting married. My spouse is not skilled. Now if I declare myself married and do not claim her points then my points will remain same. Although I will get additional 5 experience points in November 2019 and my points for 189 will jump to 75 and 80 for 190. But in November, due to rule changes, 10 points will be awarded to single. I am confused whether should I claim 10 single points by not declaring myself married or should I sacrifice and get 5 points for competent spouse.

To summarize, if i don't declare myself married and I keep my status single, in November my points will be 85 for 189. On the other hand side, If i declare myself married and include my spouse in the application as well, then my points in November will be 80 for 189. To be honest, I want to take my spouse with me, but i have no crazy idea how I am gonna do this.

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Last DOE to be invited for 2613xx on 75points was 2019-02-13.
That will be 5 month backlog in July. And after 80 has been cleared we might be up at a 6 or 7 month backlog of 75 pointers. I think there is no chance the new quota will be able to clear all that.

I think the backlog of 75 pointers will be cleared by Oct round. What you think the new point system will make effect from 16 Nov,2019 ?

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I am confused whether should I claim 10 single points by not declaring myself married or should I sacrifice and get 5 points for competent spouse.

To summarize, if i don't declare myself married and I keep my status single, in November my points will be 85 for 189. On the other hand side, If i declare myself married and include my spouse in the application as well, then my points in November will be 80 for 189. To be honest, I want to take my spouse with me, but i have no crazy idea how I am gonna do this.

Can anyone please guide?
If you declare yourself as single and then later in future when you want to migrate your spouse with their own application, you will have to submit a marriage certificate.

If this marriage certificate is backdated long enough to be prior to your own EOI, then it will pose risk to your own PR status.

Your marital status in the application should reflect based on your marriage certificate and not based on your preference.
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Last few months has not been welcoming for any of us waiting for the invite. And candidates like me are badly stuck. I am extremely confused and unable to take any decision. Can anyone please help me shed some light on my concern?

My DOE is 10-April-2019 and my total points is 70 for 189 and 70+5 for 190.

I am on the verge of getting married. My spouse is not skilled. Now if I declare myself married and do not claim her points then my points will remain same. Although I will get additional 5 experience points in November 2019 and my points for 189 will jump to 75 and 80 for 190. But in November, due to rule changes, 10 points will be awarded to single. I am confused whether should I claim 10 single points by not declaring myself married or should I sacrifice and get 5 points for competent spouse.

To summarize, if i don't declare myself married and I keep my status single, in November my points will be 85 for 189. On the other hand side, If i declare myself married and include my spouse in the application as well, then my points in November will be 80 for 189. To be honest, I want to take my spouse with me, but i have no crazy idea how I am gonna do this.

Can anyone please guide?
You can't pretend not to be married. They'll ask you for details of your partner in the application, and what will you do then? I find the whole thing on taking points away (relative to other applicants) for having a partner is really poor. It sends very negative messages on the role of migrants in society.

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Last few months has not been welcoming for any of us waiting for the invite. And candidates like me are badly stuck. I am extremely confused and unable to take any decision. Can anyone please help me shed some light on my concern?

My DOE is 10-April-2019 and my total points is 70 for 189 and 70+5 for 190.

I am on the verge of getting married. My spouse is not skilled. Now if I declare myself married and do not claim her points then my points will remain same. Although I will get additional 5 experience points in November 2019 and my points for 189 will jump to 75 and 80 for 190. But in November, due to rule changes, 10 points will be awarded to single. I am confused whether should I claim 10 single points by not declaring myself married or should I sacrifice and get 5 points for competent spouse.

To summarize, if i don't declare myself married and I keep my status single, in November my points will be 85 for 189. On the other hand side, If i declare myself married and include my spouse in the application as well, then my points in November will be 80 for 189. To be honest, I want to take my spouse with me, but i have no crazy idea how I am gonna do this.

Can anyone please guide?
You can't pretend not to be married. They'll ask you for details of your partner in the application, and what will you do then? I find the whole thing on taking points away (relative to other applicants) for having a partner is really poor. It sends very negative messages on the role of migrants in society.
Totally agree, an applicant with a skilled spouse has a far higher probability of contributing more to the economy than a single applicatant. Just don't understand the logic of treating the two at par.
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When will ICT BA - 261111: ICT BUSINESS ANALYST , will get invite?
I have 75 points and my DoE is of Feb 15th 2019.

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I think the backlog of 75 pointers will be cleared by Oct round. What you think the new point system will make effect from 16 Nov,2019 ?
It won't make any difference. It is the quota that matters.
Whatever score will be the new minimum will still represent the same as what we have today. Slight change within the queue of who is in front of who but that is very minor. Skilled immigration is closed.

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