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Raul Senise

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  1. Raul Senise

    UK Business - visa options

    It depends from what viewpoint you look at the situation and how quickly you need to be in Australia. From a business viewpoint: The overseas company sponsors you for a TSS visa which would allow you to come to Australia and set up an Australian operation; Once the Australian operation is established and actively operating, it takes over the sponsorship of your TSS visa; Depending on your occupation, in time, the Australian business sponsors you for Permanent Residency. You may also have independent visa options which could alleviate the need for business sponsorship, although this would take more time, so it depends on how quickly the overseas operation wants you to start in Australia. A professional assessment of your specific situation and the business needs would be advisable.
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    482 visa criminal record

    No, but it will need to be addressed in your application.
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    nomination refused

    You can not get the nomination refusal in your ImmiAccount as the nomination is an application by your sponsor, not by you. Again, contact your agent urgently.
  4. Hello Joanna, I find myself in a similar situation now. I have had 5 jobs till now and all my work experience has been assessed as relevant to the nominated occupation by the assessing authority. For one of the jobs though, I do not have documentation to prove the salary I received (They were all cash payments). So I am thinking of marking this particular job as not relevant in EOI and marking the other 4 jobs as relevant. Based on your experience, can you please advice if this would be OK? Or will marking all the 5 jobs as not relevant be a better thing to do? Many thanks for your time and consideration. You are asking questions on a post which is almost 6 years old, so you are unlikely to receive any response. You should make your own new thread if you have questions.
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    nomination refused

    The attached letter is not a refusal. It is an invitation to comment on your visa application, as the associated nomination application has been refused. This letter will not detail why the nomination was refused. You need a copy of the nomination refusal for that. As you are using an Agent, I suggest that you insist to have the situation explained carefully, as it is complicated. I don't understand why you are asking a for help on a public forum if you have an Agent.
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    187 Rejected, Employee change of ABN (sigh....)

    If the ABN changed, there is no scope for success and a fresh application is required.
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    nomination refused

    Expect an appeal to take about two years. You should have received a notification of refusal and a notice of decision. The notice of decision will have the reason for refusal. They do not refuse an application without giving a reason.
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    NEW SPOUSE VISA CHANGES

    You are asking questions about Regulations that have not yet been released. Until the new rules come into force, we will not know the details.
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    Advice needed - so confused

    If you are being sponsored for a 482 visa, you do not need 12 months to include her on your visa. The situation seems doable, with a proper plan in place. Professional advice would be recommended.
  10. Raul Senise

    Secondary applicant in visa application

    The main obligation for the company to a secondary applicant will be to pay for travel back to the home country, if requested by the applicant. Have them speak with an Agent and they will realise that their obligations are minimal.
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    Secondary applicant in visa application

    Temporary or Permanent visa?
  12. I mean exactly what I wrote, this occupation is not on the list for the subclass 189/190 visas. This is simply information from the ACS guidelines, not the Migration Regulations. There are many lists for different visas. 2613 is an occupation group as there are a number of occupations from this group which are eligible. You would be well advised t seek professional advice.
  13. A professional year is counted the same as 1 year of work experience for a Post Australian Study Skills Assessment.
  14. If your 457 is cancelled, your bridging visa A will also be cancelled. You will then have to go onto a bridging Visa E, which will have no work rights and no ability to leave Australia during the processing of the partner application. It will also reset your Citizenship clock. So overall, not a good idea unless your situation is desperate.
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    IT professional late life emigration questions

    If you are obtaining a skills assessment from ACS (ICT Occupations) with no qualifications, you are likely to lose 6 years of experience, before you are considered skilled. You are already 39, so by the time you are in a position to lodge something will likely be 40, losing further points. I am assuming you have not sat an English test but have allocated the full 20 points for English. It is not as easy as many people think to achieve the top score required to claim 20 points. Although 70 points may be possible, it is not as straight forward as an online assessment may make it appear. That is why a proper assessment s recommended to determine if you have a visa option, before you spend lots of money on a skills assessment or a qualification. I agree with you wholeheartedly, however, this is not how the skills assessment or visa process works. There are rigid rules which cater to very specific requirements, which do not always reflect the realities of the real world.
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