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    189 Visa Fire Safety and Health and Safety

    Be mindful that it is currently very difficult to obtain an invite to lodge a subclass 189 visa. The last published round of monthly statistics show only 30 invites were issued. You should also check what list you are looking at. Your occupation needs to be on the Medium/Long Term list for a 189. Some professional guidance would be wise.
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    Got my RPL, my employer wants to sponsor me

    Whether you will require a formal skills assessment depends on a number of factors including the occupation you intend to nominate and your country of passport. Most RPL are very easy to obtain compared to a formal skills assessment.
  3. It is the duties of the position which are important, the job title does not have to exactly match the occupation.
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    Partner visa(820) with a partner with disabilities

    There is no such financial requirement for a partner visa.
  5. I don't know for sure as there are no official statistics on what occupation were invited. However, considering that the Priority Occupation List was introduced on the 2nd of September and we saw invites at 65 points from September, it is a reasonable assumption. The assumption is also supported by the fact that other programs such as ENS are seeing occultations on the Priority List being processed very quickly, while other occupations languish in the queue waiting to be processed.
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    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    You are not alone. Applications nominating hospitality occupations have essentially stalled with very few being processed at the moment.
  7. Although true in the past that is not the case anymore. For the September and October published rounds, the 189 saw people with as little as 65 points invited. It appears that the Government is picking and choosing who they invite, most likely based on the new Priority Occupation List. However with invite numbers as low as 30 people, the 189 is definitely not an assured option.
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    189 skilled work experience - graduate scheme?

    It is highly unlikely that the Regulations and requirements for the subclass 189 will look anything like they do now in a few years time. The 189 visa may not even exist any more as it has been greatly reduced over the last couple of years. The statistics for the last published round in October show only 30 people were invited to apply for a 189.
  9. Does it ever happen? Yes. There is no one size fits all answer to your question as it depends entirely on the specific situation.
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    Midwives / nurses applying for TSS

    As the occupation of Midwife is on the Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List your visa application would be given priority and you would be granted a travel exemption to enter Australia.
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    AAT appeal for 187 nomination refusal

    It does vary but most 186/187 application are taking a bit over two years to get a hearing. My last one took 28 months. The active AAT case numbers do seem to be decreasing (maybe as a result of COVID) so hopefully we will see processing times improving this year.
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    AAT appeal for 187 nomination refusal

    Part of the reason that the AAT process takes so long is that the tribunal is overloaded and currently has approximately 60,000 pending cases. I'm not sure if encouraging everyone to lodge a complaint will help and will probably make the situation worse. If the AAT is dealing with a huge volume of complaints, they will have less time to process applications.
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    Subclass 482 to 186 Direct Entry Stream

    Possibly. More information is required, especially in regards to employment experience, qualifications and position being offered. The requirements are quite extensive and vary depending on the specifics of the nominating business, position being offered and your individual situation. There is no one size fits all answer. The DOHA website offers some basic guidance.
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    General Sponsorship question

    It depends on the situation as to what would be best. The nomination and visa applications can be lodged together or in sequence.
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    482 chef sponsorship required

    There is currently a huge demand for Chefs and other hospitality positions. Many hospitality businesses are unable to fill all vacant roles and are becoming quite desperate. If your brother in low is not in Australia however, they are unlikely to get permission to enter unless they can meet one of the criteria for exemption.
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    Nomination is refused

    If you withdrew your visa application, it cannot be reconsidered by the AAT. Your employer appealing the case may be a waste of time and money. It appears you may have ticked the wrong boxes when you applied for your visa. Some professional advice would be wise, although it may already be too late.
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    Skilled Assessment

    Have you explored whether a subclass 485 is an option for you?
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    186 visa

    Those nominating occupations on the new Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List are being processed very quickly. Other occupations are very erratic, with some industries such as Hospitality being processed very slowly.
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    186 DE - 3 years relevant work experience meaning

    The information is generic as it depends on the specific situation. If you want someone to assess your specific employment history against the latest Regulations and Policy, that is beyond the scope of a public forum. 482 nominations are very erratic at the moment and generally hospitality occupations are taking longer than most. You are getting misinformation as your are trying to obtain answers to a complex issue using generic information. The Migration Regulations and Policy are not one size fits all, In regards to DE employment experience it can get quite tricky as there are specific instructions detailing what is considered skilled, what type of employment is accepted, etc.
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    Skilled Independent visa (subclass 189)

    No, she does not require a separate EOI. She will need to meet certain criteria for you to be awarded points under the partner category.
  21. I have found this quite common with HR Departments of late, since working from home has become the new norm for many companies. They are often inefficient and don't respond to requests quickly. When you do finally get hold of someone they are busy walking the dog or feeding a child. The consequences of working from home. I recommend escalating to the next level.
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    186 DE - 3 years relevant work experience meaning

    There is extensive Migration Policy detailing what experience can be claimed. If unsure, you would be best obtaining professional advice to assess your specific situation against the latest Regulations and Policy.
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    INTERNAL AUDITOR (ANZSCO Code: 221214) skill assessment

    The refusal rate is high as many people try to apply under this occupation even when they are not really Internal Auditors. They do this to avoid applying under the other Accounting occupations which have very strict education requirements with other assessing authorities. As long as you are genuinely employed as an Internal Auditor and have the required qualifications and experience, then it is a standard application.
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    Possibilities of PR after short term 482 Visa

    It depends on your specific situation as there are many factors which could effect eligibility. There is no generic answer to your question.
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    Require skill assessment for 494 visa

    Yes, a full skills assessment is required for the 494 visa.
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