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  1. johnhenryshammer

    DRC ( RSMS/ENS ) Timeline

    Hey all, my 857 was granted on Thursday. Relived and very happy. I applied 28th June, decision ready in Perth and from low risk country. Hang in there everybody, your time will come. I might even grow a mullet. Nah, sod that.
  2. johnhenryshammer

    RSMS timeline

    my app went in on 28th June as dedcision ready at Perth.
  3. johnhenryshammer

    RSMS timeline

    Hi all, had some news re my application. A case officer was assigned on Monday and the business nomination approved. Fingers crossed I have a decision soon. Hang in there everyone who is still waiting, it will happen.
  4. johnhenryshammer

    DRC ( RSMS/ENS ) Timeline

    I didnt get her name i'm afraid. those were her words though, 'not stamped by processing manager which would suggest non drc' I'm waiting for a reply from my MA.
  5. johnhenryshammer

    DRC ( RSMS/ENS ) Timeline

    I submitted end of june in perth. Getting conflicts from agent and diac but tend to believe diac. They have said the same to me that they cannot tell me drc or non drc. Although the lady at diac said my casefile 'suggests' it isnt drc as it would have been stamped by the processing manager by now. A shambles, especially the fact that you are not informed of status.
  6. johnhenryshammer

    DRC ( RSMS/ENS ) Timeline

    Recieved this today from diac You will need to speak to your migration agent, as they have to make all the enquires on your behalf for this application. For further enquiries regarding Permanent Employer Sponsored Migration please telephone the DIAC contact centre on 131 881 from Monday to Friday 9am to 4.30pm Eastern Standard Time If i was you i'd call the number above. I just have and was told that my application either hasn't been processed or wasn't decision ready (even if the agent says it was) either way diac wouldnt contact the agent, they would just stick it in the pipeline and you waiting in vain. Hope it's good news for you, dont think it is for me.
  7. johnhenryshammer

    DRC ( RSMS/ENS ) Timeline

    I dont know. Just saw it and thought it'd be of interest. At the end of the day you can have all the info you want/require, but the decision will be made when diac has come to a decision. A law to themselves i suspect.
  8. johnhenryshammer

    DRC ( RSMS/ENS ) Timeline

    I found this if anyone hasn't already seen it. Priority processing arrangements apply to skilled migration applications. They determine the order in which the department considers applications. Applications accorded a higher priority under the arrangements will be processed ahead of lower priority applications, regardless of when the application is lodged. The following table details processing priorities for skilled migration applications. Note: The highest priority is listed first. SkillSelect applications (187, 186, 190 and 489) will be the highest priority in each group. [TABLE=class: tableborder] [TR] [TH] Priority Group Number [/TH] [TH]Application Type[/TH] [/TR] [TR] [TD] 1 [/TD] [TD]Applications under the Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (RSMS). [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD] 2 [/TD] [TD]Applications under the Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS).[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD] 3 [/TD] [TD]Nominated by a state or territory government agency for an occupation specified on that agency’s State Migration Plan (SMP). Order of processing will be: applications lodged from 1 July 2012 through SkillSelect (subclass 190 and 489 applications) applications in this priority for other General Skilled Migration (GSM) subclasses (subclass 176, 475, 487 and 886 applications). [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD] 4 [/TD] [TD]Applications with nominated occupations on the Skilled Occupation List Schedule 1. See: Skilled Occupation List ( 37KB PDF file) Order of processing will be: applications lodged from 1 July 2012 through SkillSelect (subclass 189 and 489 applications) applications within this priority for other GSM subclasses (subclass 175, 176, 475, 487, 885 and 886 applications). [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD] 5 [/TD] [TD]All other applications, which include the following Note: These subclasses are not listed in order of processing: applications for a State or Territory Sponsored visa (subclass 176, 475, 487 and 886 applications) where a state or territory approved nomination has either not been provided or has not been accepted by the department applications for a Skilled Independent visa (subclass 175 and 885 applications) where the nominated occupation is not on the SOL applications for a family sponsored skilled migration visa (subclass 176, 475, 487, 496 and 886 applications) where the nominated occupation is not on the SOL. [/TD] [/TR] [/TABLE] [h=2]Processing times – skilled migration applications affected by processing priorities[/h]The below table describes the processing times for skilled migration visa subclasses. [TABLE=class: tableborder] [TR] [TH]Priority Group Number[/TH] [TH]Visa Subclass[/TH] [TH]Processing Time[/TH] [/TR] [TR] [TD=align: center]1[/TD] [TD]RSMS (subclass 119, 857) Skilled Regional[/TD] [TD]Low risk – 5 months High risk – 8 months [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]SkillSelect (subclass 187)[/TD] [TD]6 months [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=align: center]2[/TD] [TD]ENS (subclass 121, 856) [/TD] [TD]Low risk – 5 months High risk – 8 months[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]SkillSelect (subclass 186) [/TD] [TD]6 months[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=align: center]3[/TD] [TD]SMP (subclass 176, 475, 487, 886)[/TD] [TD]12 months[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]SkillSelect SMP (subclass 190 and 489)[/TD] [TD]6 months[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=align: center]4[/TD] [TD]Nominated Occupation on the SOL – Schedule 1 (subclass 175, 495, 496, 861, 862, 863, 880, 881, 882, 883, 885 and 176, 475, 487 if not SMP)[/TD] [TD]18 months[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]SkillSelect Independent and Family Sponsored (subclass 189 and 489)[/TD] [TD]12 months[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=align: center]5[/TD] [TD]All visas listed in priority 3 and 4 that are not SMP or Nominated Occupation on the SOL – Schedule 1[/TD] [TD]Assessment will commence when all cases in priority groups 1-4 are finalised[/TD] [/TR] [/TABLE] [h=2]Processing times – skilled migration applications exempt from processing priorities[/h]The following visa subclasses are exempt from priority processing. These subclasses are processed in the order in which they are received. [TABLE=class: tableborder] [TR] [TH] Visa Subclass [/TH] [TH] Processing Time [/TH] [/TR] [TR] [TD=align: center]476[/TD] [TD]7 months[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=align: center]485[/TD] [TD]12 months[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=align: center]489 Subsequent entrant/ Renewal[/TD] [TD]6 months[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=align: center]887[/TD] [TD]6 months[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=align: center]120, 855[/TD] [TD]Low risk – 5 months High risk – 8 months[/TD] [/TR] [/TABLE] [h=2]Definition – low/high risk[/h]The terms 'Low risk' and 'High risk' show whether passport holders are eligible to apply for an Electronic Travel Authority (ETA). Low risk applies to nationals from countries which issue ETA eligible passports. A list of these can be found on the department's website. High risk countries are those which are not ETA eligible. See: ETA Eligible Passports
  9. johnhenryshammer

    DRC ( RSMS/ENS ) Timeline

    my migration agent suggested the same, ie, no CO just a decision. From that do i assume we'll get a decision around end of October? i've no idea of the timelines to be fair. I also submitted at Perth.
  10. johnhenryshammer

    DRC ( RSMS/ENS ) Timeline

    Timeline. DRC ens rsms applied, 28th june Ack letter 20 july nothing since. From reading above i hope to have a CO in 1-4 weeks. I'm sick of all the abbreviations!
  11. johnhenryshammer

    457 To PR

    All the info above will help but i've found too much info makes everything cloudy. I would advise you pay an agent and have a consultation with them. You WILL get the correct info then. Dont forget they will try the hard sell to buy their product also but after your meeting your head will be clearer. Just a thought.
  12. johnhenryshammer

    Primary schools in Rockingham area

    Hi all, i'm coming over at long last this month and my family comes out end of november. I need some serious advice regards state primary schools. i'm working in Medina and i'm thinking of looking for a rented house in Rockingham/safety bay/cooloongup area. My daughter is 9 and obviously it's imperitive i make the right decisions for her. Any advice would be welcomed.
  13. johnhenryshammer

    Convictions - 457 Visa

    I'm no expert so dont take this as gospel, but the 457 police check is only for the applicant, the other person would be allowed entry on your visa. As for the PR application i wouldn't see any problems with not having declared as you dont have to. Also a caution is not seen as a criminal record as such, so very very much doubt it would matter.
  14. johnhenryshammer

    Pipe fitters

    Hi All, does anyone know of pipe fitter vacancies in Perth? I've got a 457 but the company i'm supposed to be going to work for are giving me the serious runaround. I need to get over to perth sharpish. This nice weather in the uk is making me think twice, not good. Thanks for any help people.
  15. johnhenryshammer

    Convictions - 457 Visa

    I had same problem, got arrested in2001, wont mention the offence. Make sure you declare it because your ACRO (required for 457) WILL reveal it. 100% it makes no difference to your application. Mine was passed by he way.
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