Hiya can anyone tell me which one is your visa grant no in your passport.
dont know weather it just me but i dont understand your question
I am trying to put my husbands cv on www.skilledmigrant.gov.au but it is asking me for the visa grant no I am not sure where to find this as it does not seem to be any of the no's stamped in his passport
Are you sure that its not the no along the buttom of the visa good luck,how are you going over there, i watched you on the downunder program and some of the places you went to on the coast we have been,we are moving over there in sept we have got my parents and brothers and family over there,just cant wait to get there.
Hi ya Sarah
Having been trying too, my OH a plumber. Tried every bl**dy number on letter and in passport and it doesnt work so hopefully someone will know aarrggghhhh!
Hiya thanks for your replys
We move to Oz in July/August this year, we are just waiting for the house sale to go through.
I have spoken to my migration agent today and they said that we do not have the visa grant no it is something that the australia high commisions hold.
if anyone knows any different please let us know
I don't know for sure but I had assumed it was the number down the right side, as we have four visas and these numbers are consecutive, ours numbers are 'CB' + six digits.
Deb & Mick
Thanks for your reply Debbie
Tried all the numbers on Passport & letters sent to us when visa was granted and still no luck.
Hello Sarah, me again!
I've just had a look at this site to sign up myself and wonder if we have to wait to be invited to complete a profile?? On the visa grant letter it says the invites are sent out to eligible 136 & 138 about three weeks after the visa is granted, perhaps that's when we get the magic number.
The bit from the letter reads:
"Job matching service for skilled migrants
The Department of Employment and Workplace Relations (DEWR) recently released a new web-based service that allows eligible migrant jobseekers to register a migrant vocational profile and be matched to Migration Occupation in Demand List (MODL) vacancies lodged on Australian JobSearch that cannot be filled from the Australian labour market.
The service is available to holders of the following eligible visa types:o Skilled Independent (subclass 136)
o Skilled Area Sponsored (subclass 138)
This department will contact eligible skilled migrants by e-mail or post to invite them to complete a profile outlining their work history and qualifications on DEWR’s website. The invite will be issued approximately three weeks after the visas were granted."
Does this make sense or is it something different do you think? Has anyone else had an 'invite'?
Deb & Mick