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Old 20th July 2019, 12:47 PM
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Hey guys,

With the recent state lists of skill shortages, I seem to not have a chance at any state with 70 points including NAATI. Any tips for 489 or any other visa that I can try?

Do you think it would be easy to get a job offer from NT or TAS, so that I can apply for their 190 nomination?

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Sorry bro as i am unable to answer your question bcz i am Mechanical Engr but my scenario is similar to yours. I too have 70 points (for 189 visa) and i can see no possibility of getting any invitation from any state.
Hence, i am thinking to appear for NAATI-URDU. As i am residing in Pakistan, so i have to travel to Australia to sit for NAATI. My question is; Is is possible to pass NAATI in first attempt?
There is almost no practice material available online for NAATI-Urdu nor i could find any guy who have passed NAATI-urdu, so i am asking you guys.
Does travelling to Australia to sit for NAATI worth it? Please advise.

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Well, I came all the way for sitting the NAATI CCL. But I don't know if it is worth it yet.

I had PTE 90 and got NAATI 75.

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