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With the help of a team of researchers, a few patents have been granted in my name.

Is it useful in obtaining a UID?
Patent itself doesn't consider achievement. I can make a new cup lid and patent it, what does that add? Is it annovation patent or normal patent, was it tested by the office of patents and approved or is it not tested, in Australia or out? Where is your name in the order ? Many factors are taking place. Did you got any contact from an orgnisation to commercialise your patent or is it just ink on paper?

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How did you get the Nominator?
I have a similar profile under Infrastructure and Tourism sector..
Thanks for your question. In my opinion, the persion who has internatinal reputation should has a nominatior. Because you are excellent, the specialists in your research field in Australia should know you and would like to support you. If not, how to demonstrate you are excellent and has an internatinal reputation? In my case, I have some friends in same research field in Australia. It is not easy, especially for young scholars, but pay attention to academic/industry connection is necessary.
 

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Thanks for your question. In my opinion, the persion who has internatinal reputation should has a nominatior. Because you are excellent, the specialists in your research field in Australia should know you and would like to support you. If not, how to demonstrate you are excellent and has an internatinal reputation? In my case, I have some friends in same research field in Australia. It is not easy, especially for young scholars, but pay attention to academic/industry connection is necessary.
GTI is not just about research. I work at one of the top 5 universities and one of the top three engineering schools in the USA. I submitted the Vice-provost as well as the faculty senate chair's recommendations. I have a few international publications and presentations. I have many colleagues in the same field, in the US, Canada, and Europe. But I don't know anyone in Australia and this is TOTALLY normal. I have a Ph.D. from an R1 school. My role is not of a researcher, yet I help the school of engineering generate millions in revenue. I think the outcome depends on a case-by-case basis, we should not generalize or discourage people based on our own personal experiences. You might have gotten yours within a short period of time, and submitted your application while drinking beer, many people may not be that smart, yet may get their UIDs after a few months of waiting. So, rather than discouraging others, we should cheer everyone up because we don't know what the committee is exactly looking for.
 

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How did you get the Nominator?
I have a similar profile under Infrastructure and Tourism sector..
Thanks for your question. In my opinion, the persion who has internatinal reputation should has a nominatior. Because you are excellent, the specialists in your research field in Australia should know you and would like to support you. If not, how to demonstrate you are excellent and has an internatinal reputation? In my case, I have some friends in same research field in Australia. It is not easy, especially for young scholars, but pay attention to academic/industry connection is necessary.
This is sound advice. If you do not have any connections of your own in Australia, then it is necessary to seek out any feasible connection to see if someone is willing to nominate you based on your achievements. If you have a similar profile (i.e recent PhD grad), searching for potential nominators in the academic/ industry sphere makes sense. I wrote about how I found a nominator here as I was in a similar situation.

Of note, when I sent out emails to people in industry/academia in Australia, I always included my CV and a clear disclaimer that there was no obligation to offer me a job.
 

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GTI is not just about research. I work at one of the top 5 universities and one of the top three engineering schools in the USA. I submitted the Vice-provost as well as the faculty senate chair's recommendations. I have a few international publications and presentations. I have many colleagues in the same field, in the US, Canada, and Europe. But I don't know anyone in Australia and this is TOTALLY normal. I have a Ph.D. from an R1 school. My role is not of a researcher, yet I help the school of engineering generate millions in revenue. I think the outcome depends on a case-by-case basis, we should not generalize or discourage people based on our own personal experiences. You might have gotten yours within a short period of time, and submitted your application while drinking beer, many people may not be that smart, yet may get their UIDs after a few months of waiting. So, rather than discouraging others, we should cheer everyone up because we don't know what the committee is exactly looking for.
Hello. Thanks for your comments. But, I want to clarify that I am not trying to discourage people. I just want people clearly understand the basic requirements of GTI, it is very basic, for example, you should have nominator, new PhD, or high salary. I am trying to help me understand this very important points but discourage people. Another point is that I am trying to share my own story to all of you to encourage you all, not discourage anyone. If anyone of you did not meet the basic requirement, I still think it it better to give up now, or try your best to meet the basic requirements. Maybe my English is not so great, so let you misunderstand, actually I did pay much attention to my english.
 

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Hello. Thanks for your comments. But, I want to clarify that I am not trying to discourage people. I just want people clearly understand the basic requirements of GTI, it is very basic, for example, you should have nominator, new PhD, or high salary. I am trying to help me understand this very important points but discourage people. Another point is that I am trying to share my own story to all of you to encourage you all, not discourage anyone. If anyone of you did not meet the basic requirement, I still think it it better to give up now, or try your best to meet the basic requirements. Maybe my English is not so great, so let you misunderstand, actually I did pay much attention to my english.
Sorry, I did not pay attention to my English. I can say, go and try, you will get it. But if people did not meet the basic requirements. Do you think my encouragement is good or bad? In my opinion, it is totally bad. Nothing help, waste people's time. Believe me, I want all of the excellent, smart people be invited.
 

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Hi
what documents should attach to this section
Evidence of ability to become established in Australia
as I dont job offer currently from Aus
 

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Also
I only spent 6 months in Aus but in documents attachment section this thing is appearing
Character History, Evidence of - AUSTRALIA

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Hi
what documents should attach to this section
Evidence of ability to become established in Australia
as I dont job offer currently from Aus
As an early career academic, I compiled a list of research associate and lecturer positions from various Australian universities. As I claimed my skills were transferable to other in-demand jobs, I also found a few (relevant) high-salaried industry postings on Seek. I compiled a cover sheet that basically amounted to a statement that I would be qualified for the following currently-available positions and a table of contents. Note that, I am onshore and currently employed, so my case was a bit different.

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I only spent 6 months in Aus but in documents attachment section this thing is appearing
Character History, Evidence of - AUSTRALIA

Thanks
Consider checking your travel dates carefully. I had a similar thing happen when I had accidentally listed a single-day cross-border shopping trip as a year-long trip by making a mistake in the return year. Once corrected, the police check was no longer recommended for that country. As per the official instructions: " If requested you will need to: ... include an Australian police certificate if you have spent 12 months or more in Australia in the last 10 years since you turned 16". If you only spent 6 months, then it sounds as if you shouldn't need the clearance but, ultimately, you may need to provide one if requested.
 

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Does anyone have experience a shorter waiting period for the issuance of UID after getting in contact with a Global Talent officer before the EOI is submitted?
 

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Honestly can't believe I got my UID today! I thought it would be months of waiting and or rejection for sure
Submitted EOI: April 18, 2021
RFI: None
UID received: June 10, 2021

Profile- onshore in Perth with 457 temp visa currently
I am from US originally.
Space (astronomy) target sector.
Currently a fellow with prize fellowship working in Australia since 2018
PhD from Canadian University in 2015 (in astronomy)
30 publications (9 as first author) with over 800 citations in total
My nominator is a researcher in Australia. submitted form 1000 but no reference letters
Bsc, Msc, PhD, Postdoc,..
Salary: below FWHIT (but provided job ads I would be qualified for in Aus that are within the salary range or have a salary range above the cutoff)

Ok so if I proceed with this now few questions hopefully you can help with:
-I've heard it can take awhile to book medical examines - how do I do this (and do it quickly)? Where do I book?

-When submitting things for the actual application do I need to submit much different than I did for the EOI (like in terms of proof of my accomplishments or information on my nominator etc) ?

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Honestly can't believe I got my UID today! I thought it would be months of waiting and or rejection for sure
Submitted EOI: April 18, 2021
RFI: None
UID received: June 10, 2021

Profile- onshore in Perth with 457 temp visa currently
I am from US originally.
Space (astronomy) target sector.
Currently a fellow with prize fellowship working in Australia since 2018
PhD from Canadian University in 2015 (in astronomy)
30 publications (9 as first author) with over 800 citations in total
My nominator is a researcher in Australia. submitted form 1000 but no reference letters
Bsc, Msc, PhD, Postdoc,..
Salary: below FWHIT (but provided job ads I would be qualified for in Aus that are within the salary range or have a salary range above the cutoff)

Ok so if I proceed with this now few questions hopefully you can help with:
-I've heard it can take awhile to book medical examines - how do I do this (and do it quickly)? Where do I book?

-When submitting things for the actual application do I need to submit much different than I did for the EOI (like in terms of proof of my accomplishments or information on my nominator etc) ?

Thanks
Were you in contact with any Global Talent Visa officer before the submission?
 

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As an early career academic, I compiled a list of research associate and lecturer positions from various Australian universities. As I claimed my skills were transferable to other in-demand jobs, I also found a few (relevant) high-salaried industry postings on Seek. I compiled a cover sheet that basically amounted to a statement that I would be qualified for the following currently-available positions and a table of contents. Note that, I am onshore and currently employed, so my case was a bit different.



Consider checking your travel dates carefully. I had a similar thing happen when I had accidentally listed a single-day cross-border shopping trip as a year-long trip by making a mistake in the return year. Once corrected, the police check was no longer recommended for that country. As per the official instructions: " If requested you will need to: ... include an Australian police certificate if you have spent 12 months or more in Australia in the last 10 years since you turned 16". If you only spent 6 months, then it sounds as if you shouldn't need the clearance but, ultimately, you may need to provide one if requested.
thanks for the detailed answer
 

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Hi Guys,
Any onshore applicant waiting for final visa grant beyond 90 days processing time? my visa application submitted on 25th Feb'21 and remain under "further assessment" after submitted s56 documents on 01st April'21. Sent email to inquire about delay, got reply " This applicant remain under assessment and you will be contacted if additional information is required". Does anyone here facing same delay?
 

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Any idea. How many days acs takes for nomination application outcome?

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Help please. I am so stupid that I accidently provided my passport number wrong in the EOI stage. Now I have received a RFI, should I update my correct passport number along with the required materials, or should I update only if I received a positive outcome?
 

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Help please. I am so stupid that I accidently provided my passport number wrong in the EOI stage. Now I have received a RFI, should I update my correct passport number along with the required materials, or should I update only if I received a positive outcome?
The sooner you correct an error, the better it is
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