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  1. Una

    189 Visa & Work Experience

    wow guys, I am a bit "jealous" coz your applications are so straight forward. For me (not being native speaker) getting 7 for all the components in IELTS is like almost impossible I wish my situation was more like yours Wish you good luck and positive and as quick as possible answer from DIAC.
  2. Una

    Best IELTS Material (Band 9 or 8) in Each

    Aaah , Angies page is not active anymore ( Any other ideas how to get better scores on IELTS ?
  3. Una

    Architect dilemma

    Thank you Lady Rainicorn !
  4. Una

    Architect dilemma

    Thank you very much ! Do you recommend anybody ?
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    Architect dilemma

    His company was registered. And he is director, owner and an architect in that company since 2003. Our Universities allow you to work since diploma is pure formality. The funny thing is that he is working projects from the beginning till the end. So his work is not only to be an architect, but also architectural draftsperson and construction project manager (for hobby also as a carpenter). If he would not be so good big companies would not hire him. And they did, because of a great recommendation. And another funny thing: he also worked on some projects along with the Dean of Faculty of Architecture... So his portfolio tells you that he really loves his work and that he is good at it. Australia would definitely gain by getting him to work Down Under. But still...rules say differently.
  6. So they deny all the experience you get ? I understood that if you have at least 5 years of experience in position that matches the ANZCO description for Project manager, that then they give you a positive approval . So am I mistaken ? So according to your experience (5 years for Bungo and 20 years for Jones) they deny the experience ? Then it would probably be better if you do not tell you have Bachelor degree at all ?
  7. Una

    Architect dilemma

    Thank you very very much. I just did not quite catch this: "If you go ahead with an assessment, and AACA accepts the Bachelor degree, but make a judgment that it wasn't completed until Sept 2016, then this has implications for the points awarded under the general points test for General Skilled Migration visas." What do you mean ?
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    Architect dilemma

    Nobody to answer ??
  9. Una

    Architect dilemma

    Non of the agents ?
  10. Una

    Architect dilemma

    Anybody ? Please ?
  11. Una

    Architect dilemma

    Hi everyone ! We are in a big dilemma what to do and they advised us that we might find help here (and possible an agent). My husband is an architect and we are planning to move in QLD as soon as possible. He has 13 years of experience on working in that field (he has more, but can prove 13), his reference list is really looooooong with reliable and "big" clients ( McDonalds..). He was and still is self employed all the time. The dilemma is that he has Bachelor in Architecture (he finished all of his exams 10 years ago on Faculty of ARchitecture, but he has not officially got a Bachelor degree because he did not write his diploma). He is writing his diploma now and he is officially finished in september, so officially his Bachelor will be dated in september 2016. He worked a lot so he has a lot of big projects to show, but is that a big problem ? That he is getting his officall degree now, after all those years ? Is it so big that we can not get a visa ? We would like to get 190 visa, because for 189 we have 5 points of lack(he is 41 years old). Thank you a lot for any information !
  12. Una

    Architect dilemma

    Hi everyone ! I have a simple question: is there any architect that successfully got 189 or 190 or 457 visa (or maybe any other visa)? You see my husband is an architect and we are planning to move in QLD. He has 13 years of experience on working in that field, his reference list is looooooong. He was and still is self employed all the time. And here is a question: what kind of difference is in his Reference letter ? The other dilemma is that he has Bachelor in Architecture (he finished all of his exams 10 years ago, but he is writing his diploma now in september, so officially his Bachelor will be dated in 2016). He worked a lot so he has a lot of big projects to show, but will that be a problem ? That he is getting his officall degree now, after all those years ? Thans a lot for any information !
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