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Old 12th June 2019, 04:38 PM
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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.
You are right! That is what their plan seems to be.

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What do you mean by skilled migration is closed?

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Look at latest Iscah's unofficial skill select result, points have reached to 90 for every occupation. Where as in the November changes one may get 10 points if he/she is single.

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I am as excited and concerned as any of you, so just trying to predict the 189s based upon past DOEs. These are just my forecasts, something i did in my leisure time.
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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!
Except he isn't. For 190 the states don't have to invite people depending on points, they can easily invite someone with 60+5 points for any reason. The biggest difference is most states preferring extensive Australian experience, which overseas applicants simply don't have. Which means 190 can be much easier if you fulfill the requirements for an onshore application.
@cnflwy and @mths I hope this also sheds some light on how local experience is highly valued, but rather in 190 than in 189.


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@cnflwy and @mths I hope this also sheds some light on how local experience is highly valued, but rather in 190 than in 189.
I know that it is valued, I don't know why. Ie. why would DoHA/a state care enough about your local experience to award you more points for it.

I read what @devendravelegandla had to say but I'm skeptical about this explanation. Anyway lets leave this topic.

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I know that it is valued, I don't know why. Ie. why would DoHA/a state care enough about your local experience to award you more points for it.

I read what @devendravelegandla had to say but I'm skeptical about this explanation. Anyway lets leave this topic.
I never said DOHA should care about it.. All I stated was, that the point system is a bit bollocks.. haha It's made in such a way to get us screwed.

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I know that it is valued, I don't know why. Ie. why would DoHA/a state care enough about your local experience to award you more points for it.

I read what @devendravelegandla had to say but I'm skeptical about this explanation. Anyway lets leave this topic.
I never said DOHA should care about it.. All I stated was, that the point system is a bit bollocks.. haha It's made in such a way to get us screwed.
This is exactly what I felt before coming here but it's true. Australia is quite unique from entire world which makes great place to work and it is one of the reason for most of us to come and live here 😀.

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I never said DOHA should care about it.. All I stated was, that the point system is a bit bollocks.. haha It's made in such a way to get us screwed.
Am I dense? Haha I don't get what you're saying. Who's "us"? People who can't max out the English proficiency score? Yes, you're at a disadvantage. And while harsh, it's an understandable disadvantage. After all, English proficiency is important. What about the disadvantage people are in when they lack local experience? Seems unjustified to me, is all I'm saying.

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This is exactly what I felt before coming here but it's true. Australia is quite unique from entire world which makes great place to work and it is one of the reason for most of us to come and live here 😀.
Maybe I'll adjust my tune too one day.

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I have a feeling that the migrating to Australia might become unexpectedly easier due to the current/upcoming mega-recession. If natural resources cannot save us from it this time then we must sell our natural beauty to bring in more people

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