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I don't know man.. I'd say having a grasp on the local language is pretty important. What does your local experience bring to the table?
Not trying to goad you, genuinely asking.
Sorry.. by local I meant aussie experience.. i've been in melbourne for way too long.. haha

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Sorry.. by local I meant aussie experience.. i've been in melbourne for way too long.. haha
No I got that. I'm wondering why that makes you a better candidate.

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No I got that. I'm wondering why that makes you a better candidate.
Because, if you graduated in your degree and get work in the field, thats fine.. so many other candidates graduated and just working in other irrelevant fields.. why should they be considered? If you applied under say Telecom engineer, why not have a job in it? If you do you get more points for it.. I seen so many engineers etc.. but just working as a cab driver or Hungry jacks..

The english is important as you said.. but 8 or 79+? Seriously? If you did a bachelor or Masters at a reputable uni.. means you should be able to get a grasp of the language already..

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Because, if you graduated in your degree and get work in the field, thats fine.. so many other candidates graduated and just working in other irrelevant fields.. why should they be considered? If you applied under say Telecom engineer, why not have a job in it? If you do you get more points for it.. I seen so many engineers etc.. but just working as a cab driver or Hungry jacks..

The english is important as you said.. but 8 or 79+? Seriously? If you did a bachelor or Masters at a reputable uni.. means you should be able to get a grasp of the language already..
But that's already covered by the work experience points. I'm questioning the value in aussie experience.

I can agree that the bar is high for those extra language points though.

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There is a lot of value in local experience given people are getting PR based on skills they bring at work and also it makes much easier for colleagues to work with you because you spend good amount of time > 1 year or so you will understand how to work with them. We hear many stories how people struggle to get jobs without local experience in Australia even they have many years of experience working in different countries.

Also, it kind of myth people need to get 79+ out of 90 in PTE which is not true and its more than that. I realized this after one year. There are few videos in youtube explaining the same. I think once we realize that acing PTE English exam not really difficult. Having said that i don't have much experience in IELTS.

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But that's already covered by the work experience points. I'm questioning the value in aussie experience.

I can agree that the bar is high for those extra language points though.
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Hi guys. Does anyone know why the number of invitations for 189 is always significantly lower than the migration plan for this visa. For example, the ceiling for all 189 migration is about 44.000 in 2018-19, but at the end of this financial year, they only invite 23.000 (52%). The human resource in DHA is only able to manage 23.000 applications or what? I don't get the point of creating a plan of 40.000 and then only cover 52% of it.

If we assume this rate in 2019-20, does it mean that DHA will invite about 18.000 x 52% = 9360??

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July reset means if I update my EOI now it will not get consider in July round due to timestamp update? I have now 75 points for 189 on 261313 so I need to update my EOI with my latest PTE marks. Please advise if i shall update my EOI immediately or wait for 1st July.

On side note: Is the same rule applies for 190?
Always better to update ASAP, it puts you ahead in the Queue, July reset is only for the count for the number of applicants for that year, does not affect your position in the queue.

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Hi guys. Does anyone know why the number of invitations for 189 is always significantly lower than the migration plan for this visa. For example, the ceiling for all 189 migration is about 44.000 in 2018-19, but at the end of this financial year, they only invite 23.000 (52%). The human resource in DHA is only able to manage 23.000 applications or what? I don't get the point of creating a plan of 40.000 and then only cover 52% of it.

If we assume this rate in 2019-20, does it mean that DHA will invite about 18.000 x 52% = 9360??
You have some basic facts wrong
When they say 44,000 it includes the spouse also
So the average per application comes to 1.6
So if they have invited 23,000 , then they would have granted PR to about 40,000 people

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Hi guys. Does anyone know why the number of invitations for 189 is always significantly lower than the migration plan for this visa. For example, the ceiling for all 189 migration is about 44.000 in 2018-19, but at the end of this financial year, they only invite 23.000 (52%). The human resource in DHA is only able to manage 23.000 applications or what? I don't get the point of creating a plan of 40.000 and then only cover 52% of it.

If we assume this rate in 2019-20, does it mean that DHA will invite about 18.000 x 52% = 9360??
The number of invitations will be more than 10k assuming November point changes are implemented this is because more number of single applicants stand a chance to receive ITAs, Each single applicants is going to consume 1 place out of the 18k quota vs 2-4 places from an applicant with a family.
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It seems like 189 and 190 normally go hand-in-hand, i.e. 75 pts for 189 is as difficult as 75+5 pts for 190. I think Canada is a better option..
I suppose you are right!

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