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Old 9th March 2020, 01:02 AM
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Looking at your signature
What is the differene between 189 and 190 and what is the +5 in 95+5??
Did you get invited? How long has it been
State sponsorship points.

and I have not received an invite yet.

My signature has my DOE/EOI

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Hi Guys,

Finally got Invitation for 189 this morning.

DoE: 28/05/2019
Points:95 - General Accountant

I have withdrawn 190 EOI.

Best of luck
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Hi Guys,

Finally got Invitation for 189 this morning.

DoE: 28/05/2019
Points:95 - General Accountant

I have withdrawn 190 EOI.

Best of luck
Congratulations. All the best for you future.

Fill the visa application and party hard after.

Cheers

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Fill the visa application and party hard after.

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Thank you. Waited 6 years for the invite...

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Thank you. Waited 6 years for the invite...
Congratulate. 6 years is a long time. Now you need to focus on completing the application and give yourself a good rest physically and mentally.

Salute to your patience.

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Thank you. Waited 6 years for the invite...
at last I guess the wait was worth it.

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Australia bans all entry of non citizens and non permanent residents. This is unprecedented but necessary I guess.

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Dear All,

I am considering to study an Accounting Master course in AUS/ or NZD in next year in order to apply PR in future. (my current Bachelor degree is in finance).

I have been doing some research these days for Accountant occupation ...And I am confused about this requirement from NZD migration laws: " A letter from Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand or CPA Australia certifying that the applicant's degree and any further learning meet the benchmark requirements towards CAANZ professional status in New Zealand or CPA Australia membership"

I am confused what it means by the word "membership" here? Cause as per info on University's website, Profession Accountant Master degree from that university is accredited by CA ANZ, and can meet requirements to become provisional member of CA ANZ, but will not a full member... I am worry if the above mentioned statement means that the benchmark requirements for full member, not provisional member ? And so my Master degree will not satisfy this requirement enough , cannot receive that letter?

Can anyone help to make me clear about this? I am so thankful for any help. Wish you all best luck in your migration plan.

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Hi guys,

I badly needed your advice. My EOI DOE is Feb 2020, 95pts on 189 and 100pts on 190 (NSW). My Grad visa 485 will expire on Sep this year. I claimed 5pts for my onshore work as an AP Officer. I received a negative assessment from CPA, then tried CA and still unsuccessful. I tried to appeal to CA but the result remained unchanged. I have asked them on what grounds did they found my occupation not comparable with the guidelines on Friday and, for now, waiting for their reply.

I found articles online that if the decision of the assessing body will give you lesser points from what you claimed in your EOI, immigration will do their own investigation and if you're lucky, will be awarded the points you need. The assessing bodies say that it is still the immigration who will award the points, but then again, they play a vital role in immigration's decision.

I'm torn on revising my EOI to not claim my work exp, but I believe in good faith that I meet the requirements of General Accountant. Can anyone enlighten me and hopefully advise on the reality of the process?

Is there someone here that received a favorable decision from Immigration after being neglected by the assessing body? Or did not have their occupation assessed and just let immigration took the course?

Thank you so much!!! Stay safe everyone!

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Hi guys,

I badly needed your advice. My EOI DOE is Feb 2020, 95pts on 189 and 100pts on 190 (NSW). My Grad visa 485 will expire on Sep this year. I claimed 5pts for my onshore work as an AP Officer. I received a negative assessment from CPA, then tried CA and still unsuccessful. I tried to appeal to CA but the result remained unchanged. I have asked them on what grounds did they found my occupation not comparable with the guidelines on Friday and, for now, waiting for their reply.

I found articles online that if the decision of the assessing body will give you lesser points from what you claimed in your EOI, immigration will do their own investigation and if you're lucky, will be awarded the points you need. The assessing bodies say that it is still the immigration who will award the points, but then again, they play a vital role in immigration's decision.

I'm torn on revising my EOI to not claim my work exp, but I believe in good faith that I meet the requirements of General Accountant. Can anyone enlighten me and hopefully advise on the reality of the process?

Is there someone here that received a favorable decision from Immigration after being neglected by the assessing body? Or did not have their occupation assessed and just let immigration took the course?

Thank you so much!!! Stay safe everyone!


Sorry, but I donít think you can claim accountant experience points as an AP officer as you need to meet at least 70-80% of the job/duty requirement of an accountant.

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