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  1. Bugbrock

    Resident Return Visa help

    Hi possibly your in the same position I was in my visa had expired by 2 years. I had no strong ties to Australia. All the migration agents I spoke to told me my chances were slim. So I applied wrote a detailed statement explaining my circumstances why I hadn’t be able to come when I had my visa and how I would still be a benefit to Australia.after 2 months I got the 12 month RRV. So it is possible!!!!
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    Resident Return Visa help

    Update If anyone is still following this old thread I did get a RRV for 12 months. wrote a long statement explaining my circumstances. regards
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    Resident Return Visa help

    Thank you all for your replying not sounding to promising will speak to a agent regards
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    Resident Return Visa help

    Hi guys need some advice I have a 190 visa which runs out in June I am in the uk & have not got the 2 years stay in Australia for the 5 years RRV visa. I've read you can get a 12 month RRV Can I still apply for for this if so how ? Also my son who was granted a visa on my original 190 visa he has turned 18 can he get a RRV as well? much appreciate any help Thank you
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    RRV- wife

    Ok thanks vs & malteser39 for your advice much appreciated
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    RRV- wife

    Hi feda16 after some advice I have pr visa which expires next June cannot move as son still has a year at college so will need a RRV sounds like it was pretty straight forward for your partner to gain what exactly did you have to do ? Much appreciate any help thanks
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    "Self-Employed" for TRA

    Yes got visa
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    "Self-Employed" for TRA

    Hi i was in the same position as you as a self-employed roof tiler working for firms. what I did for the TRA was to send 5 years of books & tax receipt from the tax office if you contact them they will send statement to show how much tax you have paid to prove you were working these went back 5 yrs plus reference from who I was working for. hope this helps
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    Seeking perarment residency (roof tiler by trade)

    Hi joshtiss i got a 190 visa for roof tiling I got my state sponsorship with South Australia the most difficult part is getting your skills assessed by the TRA what level qualification have you got? I had to get a Australian certificate 111 I'm off to work now but any questions just ask regards
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    aqf level iii roofing help!!!!!!!!

    As Stevie says SilverTrowl I got my aqf111 in roof tiling with them I did it 2 years ago and had to go to Perth to do it they don't come to the uk no more to assess people email them they are very good regards
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    Bricklayer Skills assessment

    Nic i struggled with the IELTS as well but I read on here to change venues for the test as this might help so I did & got all 8s Might be worth your husband trying ,
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    Bricklayer Skills assessment

    Nic forgot to say from getting invite to apply for visa and getting it granted took 2 months so moves along fast when your at that stage hope this helps
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    Bricklayer Skills assessment

    Hi Nic yes I was assessed by the TRA not sure how VETASSES works but should be ok as your husband was at college. took me 2 yrs to get my visa majority of the time was getting AQF III qualification & 3 attempts at IELTS to get the extra 20 points and getting my son a visa as he is lives with my ex just some legal stuff but was ok my visa is 190 Permanent Resident
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    Bricklayer Skills assessment

    Hi Nik i was in the same situation as your husband but as a self-employed roof tiler-slater i learnt my trade onsite and was given a NVQ while sub-contracting. i used a agent to get my visa and they advised me to get a australian qualification as the TRA don't like it if you have not been trained at college so i got the australian RPL 3 and got through the TRA and was granted my visa I would ask your agent how confident they are with getting you through the TRA with no college work good luck
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    tra proof of earnings

    Yes send bank statements I did I went to my bank & got statements going back 5 yrs & sent 4 from each year.
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