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    Relaxed working rights

    This is currently the case for all student visas. https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/getting-a-visa/visa-listing/student-500/temporary-relaxation-of-working-hours-for-student-visa-holders
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    Studying for Carpentry

    You may want to get some professional advice as although the above may be theoretically possible, there are many caveats and it is not straight forward.
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    PR visa with Autistic son

    If you are able to qualify under the 186 TRT pathway, you should consider this as it has a Health Waiver provision which DE does not.
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    Studying GTE

    I would suggest you work closely with your Agent in this regard. As they know the specific details of your case, they are best placed to provide the appropriate guidance. Obtaining generic advice from a forum is a recipe for disaster as you will end up with a generic GTE statement.
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    186 Visa for Management Consultants

    I have made no mention of 8 years experience, that was someone else. My comment was referring to the Assessing Authority requirement for the skills assessment only. Employment requirements for visa purposes will vary greatly depending on what you are applying for.
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    186 Visa for Management Consultants

    It will depend on many factors including the Major and subjects studied for the qualification. Management Consultant is highly scrutinised by the assessing authority. The level of qualification is not a factor as it just needs to be a Bachelor qualification or higher.
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    186 Visa for Management Consultants

    Direct entry has a shorter published processing time, but has more requirements (skills assessment+ 3 years), so more costs. It will really depend on the circumstances as to what is best for you. Experience required for the skills assessment will vary depending on the qualification. With a highly relevant degree, only 1 year of experience is required for a skills assessment as a Management Consultant.
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    Chef skill suggestion: Australia visa

    They are potentially digging themselves a hole which may be difficult to rectify. Immigration view Cook and Chef and two completely different occupations.
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    Chef skill suggestion: Australia visa

    He should try and get the full 4 year 482 sponsorship, rather than just 2 years, as the visa costs are the same. He should have a number of different visa options to convert to Permanent Residency, provided he is eligible for a skills assessment and under 45. The salary being offered is low for a Sous Chef. Currently good chefs in Melbourne and Sydney are at a premium. He would be well advised to have an assessment with a Registered Agent, before committing to anything.
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    Commercial Cookery > Chef > Trade Course Route

    This is not correct. Chef and Cook are two completely different occupations from an Immigration perspective.
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    Immigrating with baking course

    Seems like someone might be trying to sell you further studies. As per previous advice, you should seek professional assessment from a Registered Agent before committing to further expensive studies.
  12. Not in the Australian Visa system. They are an integral part of both the skills assessment and visa process. I have seen visa and skills applications fail due to poorly written employment references.
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    Changing jobs with a 482 and 820 visa

    It depends whether you have been granted an 820 or have just applied for an 820. If you have already been granted the 820, you are no longer on the 482.
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    SUBCLASS 186 - DIRECT ENTRY

    It depends on the situation. Basing such an important decision on forum advice is probably not ideal.
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    Auspost date mistake on Statutary declaration

    A post office employee witnesses documents as a Post Office employee, not as a JP. Ironically, a JP in Australia cannot charge to witness a document but the post office can.
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