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Old 5th August 2013, 04:41 AM
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Question EOI Date of Effect vs Date Submitted

Hi all,

I am new to the forum and submitted my EOI several weeks ago.
I would like to ask the difference between EOI date of effect and date submitted.

It is my understanding that EOIs with earlier dates of effect are invited before later dates.
What happens if I update my address? Does it only affect the date submitted?

Thank you in advance.

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Hi ,

As per my understanding, if the changes do not change the score then its OK and it will only change the date of effect. Anything which change the score will also change the date of effect.

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Hi all,

I am new to the forum and submitted my EOI several weeks ago.
I would like to ask the difference between EOI date of effect and date submitted.

It is my understanding that EOIs with earlier dates of effect are invited before later dates.
What happens if I update my address? Does it only affect the date submitted?

Thank you in advance.
Hi ,

As per my understanding, if the changes do not change the score then its OK and it will not change the date of effect. Anything which change the score will also change the date of effect.

Thanks

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Dear All,

I have a question regarding the EOI, specifically the Skilled - Regional Provisional (subclass 489) Visa. I understood that as long as the applicant occupation is listed in the CSOL list accordingly the state or territory nomination occurs automatically after submitting the EOI. Meaning that, once all applicants submit their EOIs the state or territories scan the system for matching applicants and accordingly select the applicants by issuing them an invitation to apply for a visa under their nomination.

Having said that, I read on the migration blog that if the applicants want to be nominated by a state or territory, they need to check out their websites to find out what they need to do to gain their nomination. In doing that, I discovered that some areas i.e NSW have separate forms and documents to be filled in order to apply for their nomination.

My question is, is applying to state or territory separately on their websites a mandatory step in the EOI process to gain their nomination or is it a complementary step that will increase the applicant chances in being selected by a particular state or territory.

Please advice as I am very confused regarding this part of the process.

Thank you in advance for your reply.

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Hi all,

I am new to the forum and submitted my EOI several weeks ago.
I would like to ask the difference between EOI date of effect and date submitted.

It is my understanding that EOIs with earlier dates of effect are invited before later dates.
What happens if I update my address? Does it only affect the date submitted?

Thank you in advance.

Hi liufly,

I am almost in same boat. I want to untick visa option 489 from my eoi and want to know when you changed your address in your eoi, was your date of effect changed of remained same.

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Dear All,

I have a question regarding the EOI, specifically the Skilled - Regional Provisional (subclass 489) Visa. I understood that as long as the applicant occupation is listed in the CSOL list accordingly the state or territory nomination occurs automatically after submitting the EOI. Meaning that, once all applicants submit their EOIs the state or territories scan the system for matching applicants and accordingly select the applicants by issuing them an invitation to apply for a visa under their nomination.

Having said that, I read on the migration blog that if the applicants want to be nominated by a state or territory, they need to check out their websites to find out what they need to do to gain their nomination. In doing that, I discovered that some areas i.e NSW have separate forms and documents to be filled in order to apply for their nomination.

My question is, is applying to state or territory separately on their websites a mandatory step in the EOI process to gain their nomination or is it a complementary step that will increase the applicant chances in being selected by a particular state or territory.

Please advice as I am very confused regarding this part of the process.

Thank you in advance for your reply.
Hi sselim,

Did you get any response or answer on the above... "applying to state or territory separately on their websites a mandatory step in the EOI process to gain their nomination or is it a complementary step that will increase the applicant chances in being selected by a particular state or territory" ?

I am very confused as I already submitted my EOI on 2nd August 2014 for 190 and 489 visas. Can anyone advise? Thanks in advance

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Hi,

Can you confirm this? is this documented somewhere?

Any link stating this would be helpful


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As per my understanding, if the changes do not change the score then its OK and it will not change the date of effect. Anything which change the score will also change the date of effect.

Thanks

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Hi guys,
I am also confused about "date of submission" vs "date of effect". In EOI page, there're two links:
1) "View EOI": there is "EOI date of submission"
2) "View points breakdown": there is "Date of effect"

--> Which one is the "date of effect" that impact on invitation?
--> Is it true that only updates that change the total points will change the date of effect?

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Same boat as I am, any updates on this?

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To all the folks in jitters about updating details in EOI after submission of EOI.
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I just updated my EOI with last date of employment of my previous job, which i switched last month. And it did not cause any change in my date of effect (DOE) of EOI.
I believe this ould be attributed to the fact that the change in EOI details did not cause any changes to my points claimed in my application at the time of previous submission.
So, as long as the points claimed while submitting the application initially and points claimed /calculated after making changes to any of the details in EOI, remain the same, the DOE would remain the same..
So...RELAX!!
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