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  1. A copy of the signed online ‘application record’ and the email acknowledgement with the reference number. thats what you'll need
  2. consult a migration agent, if in doubt.
  3. PissLUR

    How to get an agency to send you a 1100?

    you can pay for their service?
  4. PissLUR

    migrate to Australia

    consult a migration agent
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    Schedule 1

    at least its group 4..
  6. http://www.immi.gov.au/skilled/general-skilled-migration/pdf/points-test-transitional.pdf i believe its scenario no 1 for you so you'll be assess according to the old point test first.
  7. there is no state sponsorship available for that job. best hope is to reassess as system analyst maybe?
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    New Group 4! HELP!

    you are in group 5 check the new sol schedule 1 http://www.immi.gov.au/skilled/sol/
  9. how did you get the 10 points via family sponsorship?? there's not such a thing for GSM.
  10. PissLUR

    work and cost of living issues

    i'm so disgusted with people like you. you should have done your research first and then apply and commit to the state.
  11. PissLUR

    Advise required please

    nah.. dont worry.. you can even be a murderer and still be accepted as an australian citizen.
  12. PissLUR

    Do you HAVE to do the job your visa is for?

    no, you dont have to. after two years, you can even sit back and relax.. and have more than one wife and many children.. centrelink will provide with your needs... start the dole...
  13. http://www.immi.gov.au/skilled/general-skilled-migration/175/eligibility-specific-experience.htm Evidence to attach to your application Overseas or Australian skilled employment: Certified copies of your work references for any positions held during the relevant period. Your work experience references must meet the following requirements: the reference should show the official letterhead of the company or government department providing the reference the letterhead should indicate clearly the full address of the company and any telephone, fax numbers, email and website addresses the name and position of the person authorised to sign the employment reference should be typed or stamped below that person's signature – a reference with an illegible signature will not be accepted the direct contact number of the person writing the reference should be included in the letter the letter should indicate the exact period of employment, including whether permanent or temporary, full or part time, position/s held, the main five duties undertaken, and the salary earned – positions should not be described by generic titles (for example, research officer, public servant) but according to the nature of the duties undertaken (for example, research chemist, accounts clerk) [*]a payslip from your current employment should also be included – this is especially important for applicants working in government departments. Other documents which may assist you in evidencing your work experience claims could include, but are not limited to: contracts pay slips tax returns group certificates superannuation information.
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    New Group 4! HELP!

    you are in the new group 5. Applicants with a nominated occupation that is not on the SOL—Schedule 1 in effect at 1 July 2011 and who are not employer sponsored or nominated by a state or territory government under a state migration plan, will be processed under priority group 5. Options available to applicants in priority group 5 Applicants with nominated occupations in priority group 5 should note that these changes are designed to facilitate priority processing of group 1. Group 5 will however still have a long wait for visa processing. The options available are as follows. For applicants who were outside Australia when they made their application: continue to await a decision on their visa application consider eligibility for an employer sponsored visa, which would require a new visa application consider eligibility for nomination by a state or territory government under a state migration plan, which would require a new visa application withdraw their application. For applicants who were in Australia when they made their application: continue to live and work in Australia (if their visa permits) while awaiting a decision on their visa application consider eligibility for an employer sponsored visa, which would require a new visa application consider eligibility for nomination by a state and territory government under a state migration plan, which would require a new visa application apply for another substantive visa withdraw their application and depart Australia. Note: Applicants are not entitled to a refund of their Visa Application Charge or compensation for other costs incurred in making an application.
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