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I have applied as BA for the upcoming EOI date - 22nd September with 70 points. What is the possibility to get the invite? Any expert opinion?

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I have applied as BA for the upcoming EOI date - 22nd September with 70 points. What is the possibility to get the invite? Any expert opinion?

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Lucky you You'll get it for sure.

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Sarah_oz,

I've seen that report but I'm pretty sure that is a typo error, because it simply doesn't fit in the trend.

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Here is the report with the 60 pointers, but in my opinion this must be 65, then the trend is correct:
Hello, Though logically it may seem a typo error, but I do not agree. I have chatted with few others in the forum who submitted EOI in 2014 and they have received invite o 26th May. I am sending you a personal message to prove this
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Hello, Though logically it may seem a typo error, but I do not agree. I have chatted with few others in the forum who submitted EOI in 2014 and they have received invite o 26th May. I am sending you a personal message to prove this
Got it, thank you. I am 98% convinced.
Let's hope for the best.
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I am also hoping in the next few rounds majority of early 2014 60 pointers will get invite. This year they have increased the quota from 1350 to 1620, so that is a good news for us

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Keep all your documents ready, you will get an invite next week for sure.
start with the next steps like funds, documents, PCC, medical etc.
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Keep all your documents ready, you will get an invite next week for sure.
start with the next steps like funds, documents, PCC, medical etc.
Thanks for the positive hope! But is it also applicable for BA as huge backlog is going on. I am too worried, as I lost 3 months for Vic SS which was rejected last week due to huge application.

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Note sure why would u go for VIC SS when you have 70 points.
Is this 70 points for VIC SS (190 category)?

Also it seems that you are not checking the reports which are available on the Immigration Australia website. The last invite for BA category is already @ 60 points and cleared till Nov 2013.




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Note sure why would u go for VIC SS when you have 70 points.
Is this 70 points for VIC SS (190 category)?

Also it seems that you are not checking the reports which are available on the Immigration Australia website. The last invite for BA category is already @ 60 points and cleared till Nov 2013.

I went for Vic SS, as I was advised that 190 is faster and 189 takes at least double time. My 70 is excluding the the SS 5 points. Ya u r right, I am not aware of this report. Kindly can you share the link?

Appreciate your support..

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I went for Vic SS, as I was advised that 190 is faster and 189 takes at least double time. My 70 is excluding the the SS 5 points. Ya u r right, I am not aware of this report. Kindly can you share the link?

Appreciate your support..
Whoever advised you that 190 is two times faster than 189 is wrong. Please inform him/her not to give false advise.
Check the report below cut off is 60 for BA in last round and you being on 70 points si in for a invite on 22nd sept . no doubt.
SkillSelect - 29 August 2014 round results
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