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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.
Which ANZSCO code is it for?

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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.
Sorry, what I meant was, experience doesn't give many points, but already having an Australian job is preferred by the state governments for 190 only. They value it higher because when someone already has a job here in his/her ANZSCO, there's a higher probability that person will have ongoing employment for years to come, in that ANZSCO or specific field where they are actually in need of workers.
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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. [img class=inlineimg]https://www.expatforum.com/expats/images/smilies/animated/playball.gif[/img]
which anzsco code is it for?
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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.
The reason is clear, they want to avoid congestion, meaning they'd prefer single applicants rather over married applicants. awarding more points for singles.
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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.
In theory, yes. In practice, it doesn't make much of a difference.

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The reason is clear, they want to avoid congestion, meaning they'd prefer single applicants rather over married applicants. awarding more points for singles.
That would be a mad as socks move. Maybe if the applicant took away their shoes and promised they wouldn't leave the house?

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Any idea when will the refresh happen and we get to know whether a particular occupation is still valid for Sc189?

Any specific date will the list be released?


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That would be a mad as socks move. Maybe if the applicant took away their shoes and promised they wouldn't leave the house?
Completely agree. It does sound like politicians logic though. Making up rubbish arguments and getting away with it. I can see the liberals say something like that.

The new point system has no logic whatsoever, neither does the NAATI requirement or the way ACS deduct 2 years for a European Master to match an Australian Bachelor. What a joke.

Looking at global news and reading history, it is obvious that the world has been destroyed by politicians.


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[...]or the way ACS deduct 2 years for a European Master to match an Australian Bachelor[...]
My gut reaction is to agree, although, holding a M.Sc. from a top Swedish uni, having spent half the time earning it in a top-ish US uni, I have to admit there's a difference. I can't speak to Oz or British uni, but maybe that's the point. They have to uphold their standard somehow, and at least they know their own yard.

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