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Raul Senise

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  1. An Agent can give you some guidance, but will not be able to guarantee a visa strategy which is so far in the future. The Government is actively discouraging "course shopping" for visa outcomes.
  2. This is an occupation with very limited visa options. For a skills assessment you would need at least 1 year of post qualification experience. You should probably reconsider your visa strategy, depending on your goal.
  3. Raul Senise

    2nd time failure for 187 visa

    As I do not know all the facts of your case, I cannot give specific advice. Your Agent would be best placed to advise of your specific matter. I was referring to you being aware of the BVE situation and limited or no options afterwards if Ministerial Intervention fails. Your post makes it clear that you are aware. Compassionate reasons are not the only reasons for seeking intervention. Intervention can also be sought in "Circumstances not anticipated by relevant legislation; or clearly unintended consequences of legislation; or the application of relevant legislation leads to unfair or unreasonable results in your case." Your choice will depend somewhat on whether any other options are available.
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    2nd time failure for 187 visa

    Before you seek Ministerial Intervention, it's important that you aware of all of the consequences associated with going down this path and the very low success rate with the current Minister. Discuss in detail with your MA before proceeding.
  5. What occupation were you looking to get assessed under by Vetassess with an Advanced Diploma qualification?
  6. A couple of things to note. 1) The first thing you will need for a subclass 186 is an Australian employer willing to offer you a suitable position in Australia; 2) The skills assessment for a Child Care Center Manager can be a tricky one. TRA is a Trade assessing Authority, thus their name, Trades Recognition Australia. As such, this occupation is a bit of an anomaly from the occupations they usually assess such as plumbers and mechanics.
  7. Download Form 1194 from the Immigration website. complete, sign and email to super.hobart@border.gov.au.
  8. See here and here.
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    Visa 190 Moral Obligation

    Because it is an intensive to attract strong candidates with much needed skills to a particular State or Territory. Very strong candidates have choices other than just Australia. Many are not interested in the provisional 489 as there is too much uncertainty associated with it. The other factor is the additional resources required to monitor applicants on a subclass 489. States would rather be spending their limited funding and resources on other things.
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    Restaurant Manager

    It depends on what qualification you hold.
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    Visa 190 Moral Obligation

    Unfortunately it already has. The subclass 190 visa is now very difficult to obtain State sponsorship, with all States now focusing on the subclass 489 instead.
  12. Raul Senise

    SC190 Obligation Warning

    Yes I am aware. I don't see any point in sharing such information it as I do not want to be party to people actively looking to rort the system. Too early to tell, however, based on the PMs latest announcement I believe this will become more common. I think it is unlikely that anyone who made a genuine effort and communicated with their sponsoring State will face cancellation.
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    SC190 Obligation Warning

    I do not know the specifics of the cancellations as they were not my clients, but believe cancellation would be unlikely if a release letter was provided. Most States are reasonable with release letters if genuine efforts have been made.
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    SC190 Obligation Warning

    I know the topic of the obligation to live and work in the Sponsoring State for a subclass 190 visa is often discussed. Many advise that this is just a "moral obligation" and not required. This is not the case. Some States are now actively pursuing non compliance and have successfully had sc190 visas cancelled for applicants not meeting their obligations of living and working in the sponsoring state, using cancellation provisions in the Migration Act. Subdivision C - Visas based on incorrect information may be cancelled
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    Visa 190 Moral Obligation

    I have recently received confirmation that some States have successfully had sc190 visas cancelled for applicants not meeting their obligations and living and working in the sponsoring state, using cancellation provisions in the Migration Act.
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