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Old 14th February 2020, 12:56 PM
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Same situation. 189 - Software Engineer - 85 points. Offshore. Victoria 190 points. Any other options we have? Any other states we can apply to? 491 options any?
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Someone shared new FOI for 31/12/2019.

Here is the link:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/11QV...w?usp=drivesdk

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Someone shared new FOI for 31/12/2019.

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It is interesting to note that for occupation 261311 , the number of 95 pointers(208) are higher than 90 pointers (80) . I wonder if these are the Fake EOIs.

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It is interesting to note that for occupation 261311 , the number of 95 pointers(208) are higher than 90 pointers (80) . I wonder if these are the Fake EOIs.
A whole lot of suspended EOIs have been made active or new ones lodged
Very suspicious
But I doubt if DHA would be bothered to Investigate
They are not bothered if EOIs are wasted for reasons best known to them

I wonder if anyone has filed a FOI to ask how many invites did not apply in each round anzsco code wise
The time limit for applying for December round is over so that data should be available with DHA

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It is interesting to note that for occupation 261311 , the number of 95 pointers(208) are higher than 90 pointers (80) . I wonder if these are the Fake EOIs.
A whole lot of suspended EOIs have been made active or new ones lodged
Very suspicious
But I doubt if DHA would be bothered to Investigate
They are not bothered if EOIs are wasted for reasons best known to them

I wonder if anyone has filed a FOI to ask how many invites did not apply in each round anzsco code wise
The time limit for applying for December round is over so that data should be available with DHA

Cheers

If you check Jan round cutoff total for 95 pointers across all category is 285 and in foi only for 2613 it's around 280 which means DHA has already filtered in Jan round and i think same they would have done in Feb round.......it's better to inform them about suspended eoi scam as well through email so that they can catch hold of old eoi holder and new one if any and they can blacklist them for lifetime n their fee money gets wasted so that no one dare to fool DHA in future n learns a good leason.

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Guys a small request . Kindly inform DHA of any scam / fraud currently going on to DHA via email so that they know and can act promptly n punish guilty.

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I requested FA (screenshot in the attached file) for the number of visa applications for the group 2335, Industrial, Mechanical and Prodcution Engineers.
And the information I received is that 62 people applied for the FY 2019-2020, up to 30.11.2019. If I am not mistaken, a number of receieved invitations at that point were around 150. Do the math.

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Number of applications in the pipeline as at 31/10/19
189 - primary applicants = 5434 secondary applicants = 6525
total = 11959

190 - primary applicants = 7255 secondary applicants =7853
total = 15108




the number of application granted from 1/7/19 - 31/10/19
189 - primary = 1994 secondary = 2530
total : 4524

190 - primary = 2997 secondary = 3042
total : 6039

source: DHA FOI


Assuming DHA grants all the applications in the pipeline as at 31/10/19 in this financial year, they will roughly reach the target quota for this financial year. considering 16/11/19 change having given massive advantages to singles, the number of secondary applicants consuming the 189 place will be dramatically drops(as ischa predict 2.0 to 1.4 per application). Meaning it would be safe for DHA to continue inviting 1,000/month from now on and still they will not likely to max out the quota for 189 for the next financial year. Of course, 'IF' DHA is happy to fill the entire 189 places.

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I have done some handy work and obtained data from the latest FOI 31St Dec and imported into Excel and made some estimated predictions for wait/ possibility for 85points 90 points if we can enter the invites manually. Thanks, Hope it helps.

drive.google.com/open?id=1fM4m17PYUfEOpumOSB3wET7otTijEKKH

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I have done some handy work and obtained data from the latest FOI 31St Dec and imported into Excel and made some estimated predictions for wait/ possibility for 85points 90 points if we can enter the invites manually. Thanks, Hope it helps.

drive.google.com/open?id=1fM4m17PYUfEOpumOSB3wET7otTijEKKH
This data will be useful for Non pro-rata occupations only have to dip a lot deeper for pro-rata occupations and get the split for Accounts as they have weirdly high application and invite allocations.

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