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Thanks NB. These are just my findings, and wanted to get it confirmed from someone who had a similar experience, but unfortunately, I'm being the only one so far, and as you said, it is clearly not possible to get my wife's skill assessed with positive outcome from AITSL, so I have to wait with 75 points to get invited by November this year.

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Aitsl has other categories for assessment also
See if she can fit in any one of those ?
Speak to some migration agents
They may have some ace up their sleeve

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Sure, thanks for that. Let me take a look at their portal to find more.

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Hi, My case is also same. My wife has MBA finance degree from India, but not having any experience. My occupation code is 261313. Which occupation code you will suggest me for skill assessment of my spouse? Please guide me here.
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Even i am not 100% sure about this, but in my case i am thinking of 221111 (accountant general) for my spouse's skill assessment. You can go to CPA website and look for the qualifications required (subject studied) for positive skill assessment. In my knowledge work experience is not needed to get a positive skills assessment for accountant (general).

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Even i am not 100% sure about this, but in my case i am thinking of 221111 (accountant general) for my spouse's skill assessment. You can go to CPA website and look for the qualifications required (subject studied) for positive skill assessment. In my knowledge work experience is not needed to get a positive skills assessment for accountant (general).

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How many marks are required in PTE in order to get postive CPA assessment? Have you applied for CPA assessment? If yes, can you please help me in documentation?

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Hi All,

I am the primary applicant with 70 points (189 visa), job code - 262112(MLTSS).

My spouse is a Primary Teacher (STSL) and has experience is close to 4 years in her job working for various schools in Delhi/NCR. She did her B.A.(Eng Hons) - 3 years and B.Ed - 1 Year and a 2 year Diploma.

The primary assessing body for Teachers is AITSL, and as per the information I have gathered through Expat Forum and other online research, hardly anyone in India has got a positive skill assessment result from AITSL as they have a stringent clause of 45 days of supervised teaching during the course to meet Australian Teaching Standards.

Now, my questions:
1. Can I get my spouse assessed on the basis of her graduation for any other generic job code and get a positive skill assessment ?
2. If Yes, Can I claim points for that after November changes kick in ?
3. Do we both have to be on the same SOL to claim points for 189 visa after 16 November ?

Looking forward to your responses...


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Does anyone has a letter format for a college to prove the spouse English competency?

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Does anyone has a letter format for a college to prove the spouse English competency?

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I found the following format on the forum sometime back. Below text should be printed on College official letter head, stamps and signature from authority are also required i think:

This letter is in reference to the Australian visa application of [Candidate Name]. [He/She] was a student of the [University/College Name], from [From Date] to [To Date], and completed her [Degree Name] in [Course Name] bearing register no: [Registration Number]. The details of the subjects studied are available in [her/his] mark sheets.

The medium of the study was in ENGLISH during the complete tenure of the full course. She has good oral and written communication skills in English.

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I found the following format on the forum sometime back. Below text should be printed on College official letter head, stamps and signature from authority are also required i think:

This letter is in reference to the Australian visa application of [Candidate Name]. [He/She] was a student of the [University/College Name], from [From Date] to [To Date], and completed her [Degree Name] in [Course Name] bearing register no: [Registration Number]. The details of the subjects studied are available in [her/his] mark sheets.

The medium of the study was in ENGLISH during the complete tenure of the full course. She has good oral and written communication skills in English.
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Hi All,

I am the primary applicant with 70 points (189 visa), job code - 262112(MLTSS).

My spouse is a Primary Teacher (STSL) and has experience is close to 4 years in her job working for various schools in Delhi/NCR. She did her B.A.(Eng Hons) - 3 years and B.Ed - 1 Year and a 2 year Diploma.

The primary assessing body for Teachers is AITSL, and as per the information I have gathered through Expat Forum and other online research, hardly anyone in India has got a positive skill assessment result from AITSL as they have a stringent clause of 45 days of supervised teaching during the course to meet Australian Teaching Standards.

Now, my questions:
1. Can I get my spouse assessed on the basis of her graduation for any other generic job code and get a positive skill assessment ?
2. If Yes, Can I claim points for that after November changes kick in ?
3. Do we both have to be on the same SOL to claim points for 189 visa after 16 November ?

Looking forward to your responses...


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Can someone look into my queries.

Has anyone got themselves or their spouseís skill assessment by AITSL and got a positive result?


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Hi All,

I am the primary applicant with 70 points (189 visa), job code - 262112(MLTSS).

My spouse is a Primary Teacher (STSL) and has experience is close to 4 years in her job working for various schools in Delhi/NCR. She did her B.A.(Eng Hons) - 3 years and B.Ed - 1 Year and a 2 year Diploma.

The primary assessing body for Teachers is AITSL, and as per the information I have gathered through Expat Forum and other online research, hardly anyone in India has got a positive skill assessment result from AITSL as they have a stringent clause of 45 days of supervised teaching during the course to meet Australian Teaching Standards.

Now, my questions:
1. Can I get my spouse assessed on the basis of her graduation for any other generic job code and get a positive skill assessment ?
2. If Yes, Can I claim points for that after November changes kick in ?
3. Do we both have to be on the same SOL to claim points for 189 visa after 16 November ?

Looking forward to your responses...


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1. I donít see any path
2. No
3. If you want to claim points under 189, spouse has to be in MLTSSL

However, you can claim 5 points for English from Nov, in both 189/190 without skills assessment if she gets a competent score

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