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NB please can you tell , What is meaning of further assessment ?

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Hope so.. can you explain if status of application is further assessment, what that means?

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They may or may not. So you can only hope and pray that you get the grant without any further CO contact.

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Hope so.. can you explain if status of application is further assessment, what that means?
That means what it says
Itís under assessment

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Guys, for partner skill assessment, what is the experience requirement. My friends wife is applying for skill assessment as customer service manager. in last 10 years she has just 3 years as customer service manager from 2010 -2013. From 2014 onwards she has worked as a Co-ordnitor. Will she get points for skill assessment to help her partner?

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Guys, for partner skill assessment, what is the experience requirement. My friends wife is applying for skill assessment as customer service manager. in last 10 years she has just 3 years as customer service manager from 2010 -2013. From 2014 onwards she has worked as a Co-ordnitor. Will she get points for skill assessment to help her partner?
It would depend how relevant her experience is from 2014 onwards...

From the Vetassess website:

Customer Service Manager (ANZSCO Code 149212)
This occupation requires a qualification assessed as comparable to the education level of an Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) Diploma or higher and in a field highly relevant to the nominated occupation.

In addition to the above, it is essential for applicants to meet the following employment criteria:

at least one year of post-qualification employment at an appropriate skill level,
- undertaken in the last five years,
- working 20 hours or more per week, and
- highly relevant to the nominated occupation.

If the qualification is not in a highly relevant field, then the applicant must have:

- two years of post-qualification employment experience at an appropriate skill level,
- undertaken in the last five years,
- working 20 hours or more per week, and
- highly relevant to the nominated occupation.

This is reduced to one year if there is an additional qualification at least at AQF Certificate IV level in a highly relevant field.

If employment has occurred before completion of qualification, then three years of highly relevant employment experience are required in addition to at least one year of highly relevant employment at an appropriate skill level in the last five years.

Please note in order to achieve a successful Skills Assessment Outcome, a positive assessment for both qualifications and employment is required.

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she completed her PG in 2002 and worked in Customer Service from 2004 to 2013. Then she worked as a Teacher for 2 years before working as a Customer Co-ordinator for 3 years. Last 2 years she had been on and off the job as her spouse had been moving locations due to job. They are a bit confused.

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It would depend how relevant her experience is from 2014 onwards...

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Customer Service Manager (ANZSCO Code 149212)
This occupation requires a qualification assessed as comparable to the education level of an Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) Diploma or higher and in a field highly relevant to the nominated occupation.

In addition to the above, it is essential for applicants to meet the following employment criteria:

at least one year of post-qualification employment at an appropriate skill level,
- undertaken in the last five years,
- working 20 hours or more per week, and
- highly relevant to the nominated occupation.

If the qualification is not in a highly relevant field, then the applicant must have:

- two years of post-qualification employment experience at an appropriate skill level,
- undertaken in the last five years,
- working 20 hours or more per week, and
- highly relevant to the nominated occupation.

This is reduced to one year if there is an additional qualification at least at AQF Certificate IV level in a highly relevant field.

If employment has occurred before completion of qualification, then three years of highly relevant employment experience are required in addition to at least one year of highly relevant employment at an appropriate skill level in the last five years.

Please note in order to achieve a successful Skills Assessment Outcome, a positive assessment for both qualifications and employment is required.

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Hii Guys

I am onshore. I have applied for 190 in nov. My 485 visa finishes on 28th March. I am not sure whether i can cancel my 485 health insurance and enrol to medicare. Would i breach any visa condition by cancelling my private health insurance before bridging visa gets activated on 28th march?

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Hii Guys

I am onshore. I have applied for 190 in nov. My 485 visa finishes on 28th March. I am not sure whether i can cancel my 485 health insurance and enrol to medicare. Would i breach any visa condition by cancelling my private health insurance before bridging visa gets activated on 28th march?

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The moment you paid your 190 visa application fees, you became eligible to enrol in Medicare
So you are no longer required to maintain private health insurance
You don’t need the bridging visa to kick in to cancel the private health insurance or enrol in medicare

If you have any doubts, consult a Mara agent

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Hii Guys

I am onshore. I have applied for 190 in nov. My 485 visa finishes on 28th March. I am not sure whether i can cancel my 485 health insurance and enrol to medicare. Would i breach any visa condition by cancelling my private health insurance before bridging visa gets activated on 28th march?

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The moment you paid your 190 visa application fees, you became eligible to enrol in Medicare
So you are no longer required to maintain private health insurance
You don’t need the bridging visa to kick in to cancel the private health insurance or enrol in medicare

If you have any doubts, consult a Mara agent

Cheers[thank you so much for advice ]

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Hii Guys

I am onshore. I have applied for 190 in nov. My 485 visa finishes on 28th March. I am not sure whether i can cancel my 485 health insurance and enrol to medicare. Would i breach any visa condition by cancelling my private health insurance before bridging visa gets activated on 28th march?

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I have already enrolled for Medicare. I,m still on 5th month of my 485.
I'm also thinking of cancelling my Private insurance, and also if you are living in VIC get an Ambulance cover, which is not covered by Medicare.

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