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Old 12th September 2019, 06:07 AM
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Hi myself Civil Engineer... Today i applied for ACT in Canberra Matrix. I have 75 points. Is there any chance of nomination? If yes, how long it may take?

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For all we know if they indeed have a backlog of 18k applications as Iscah claims, they could very well keep the invites at 100 per month for longer than a year, or even stop all invitations for a full year.



This way they can purge the backlog and when they resume invitations to full speed they'll have a pool of fresh new skilled migrants to pick from...



I don't really understand how keeping such a huge backlogs benefits the government or anyone, unless they have a plan to boost immigration numbers in the future (in which case the backlog would come in handy) - on the contrary everything points to the migration numbers being slashed as time passes.


Officially they cant close the immigration program. Hence, inviting bare minimum.
Backlog is not only due to their trickling invite but due to other factors like Brexit, unrest in ME and tightening of visas in US and many other internal/external factors.
By chocking the invite, DHA is getting best talent. Look at the points movement. Its v competitive even for 80/85/90 pointers while few years back even 55 pointers used to get easy invite. Do u think they have same merit? Its mere timing.
Locals people are struggling to get jobs and there are many past immigrants so from the country point of view they are doing absolutely right to limit the immigrants.
Its bitter truth...whether we accept it or criticize it.


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Hi myself Civil Engineer... Today i applied for ACT in Canberra Matrix. I have 75 points. Is there any chance of nomination? If yes, how long it may take?

Please kindly give ur views.
If have 75 as per ACT matrix you will get invite on 18th September (that's the date of next round for invite).

For ACT you only need 60+5 in your eoi, it's matrix points that matters.

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hi,
I am currently in NSW and got my ACS assessment of Software Engineer with 3yr 7months deductions. Because of that I am missing 1.5 month in order to claim 8 yr offshore exp resulting in 5 point loss(overall 75 points). Before shelling out 550$ + 550$, I have couple of questions;
1. Do you suggest to try again ACS assessment with new login also my be changing to application developer/programmer ?
2. my wife has completed BSc in micro biology and MSc in Biotechnology with 2 weeks internship, but do not have any work exp. Can it be considered as skilled spouse? if yes, does she need to go through English assessment?

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Estimating the comming rounds is becoming more complicated, let's move according to calender.

On the following thread we will share our thoughts abouth the october round: https://www.expatforum.com/expats/au...-sc-189-a.html

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As your signature shows your occupation is mechanical i am on the same boat go for professional year and end up with 80 points. Add skill partner (85points) if possible to get invite in the next round....

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Do we know when was the latest DOE on the Sept round?

The latest I have haerd was for code 2335 with 85 points on August 31.

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Thanks a lot for the reply...Waiting anxiously...

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hi,
I am currently in NSW and got my ACS assessment of Software Engineer with 3yr 7months deductions. Because of that I am missing 1.5 month in order to claim 8 yr offshore exp resulting in 5 point loss(overall 75 points). Before shelling out 550$ + 550$, I have couple of questions;
1. Do you suggest to try again ACS assessment with new login also my be changing to application developer/programmer ?
2. my wife has completed BSc in micro biology and MSc in Biotechnology with 2 weeks internship, but do not have any work exp. Can it be considered as skilled spouse? if yes, does she need to go through English assessment?

Thanks.
(sorry to post same question on diff thread )
I can only suggest for point no. 2
You can go for Engineer's Australia assessment as they don't have mandatory work experience requirements.
You can go for assessment in 3 anzscos
1. Biomedical engineering 233913
2. Engineering technologist 233914
3. Engineering professional 233999 (nec, not elsewhere classified)
All 3 part of mltssl list so you can claim points for her skill for 189 visa, check r&r of each anzsco to find which suits her best. Use below link for that
https://www.abs.gov.au/AUSSTATS/[email protected]?opendocument

Please check if your spouse completed their degrees from a university accorded by Washington/Sydney/Dublin accord, then just submit fee and docs (marksheets) and you will get assessment outcome. If not via accord then you can go through CDR route where she can submit her final year graduation and/or master's projects to show her engineering capabilities.

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PTE-A 5th 29/06/18: LRSW 83/90/86/86
PTE-A 4th 19/06/18: LRSW 80/75/86/81
PTE-A 3rd 25/05/18: LRSW 66/88/84/76
PTE-A 2nd 30/12/17: LRSW 65/73/67/81
PTE-A 1st 07/12/17: LRSW 69/68/56/72
Tasmania 489 state nomination application submitted:- 25/01/19, 70+10 points
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I can only suggest for point no. 2
You can go for Engineer's Australia assessment as they don't have mandatory work experience requirements.
You can go for assessment in 3 anzscos
1. Biomedical engineering 233913
2. Engineering technologist 233914
3. Engineering professional 233999 (nec, not elsewhere classified)
All 3 part of mltssl list so you can claim points for her skill for 189 visa, check r&r of each anzsco to find which suits her best. Use below link for that
https://www.abs.gov.au/AUSSTATS/[email protected]?opendocument

Please check if your spouse completed their degrees from a university accorded by Washington/Sydney/Dublin accord, then just submit fee and docs (marksheets) and you will get assessment outcome. If not via accord then you can go through CDR route where she can submit her final year graduation and/or master's projects to show her engineering capabilities.

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