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  1. Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    Hey Manpreet so sorry to hear that. AAT is the way to go especially if refusal sounds unreasonable for your ma. What was wrong with those training benchmarks anyway?
  2. 187 Visa Processing Time

    So does it means that can approve an application even if ielts is expired (considering it was still valid when we applied)??
  3. 186 employer nomination direct entry

    Your employer has no obligations to change your contract
  4. Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    Hey Guys, there’s a Schwarz in timeline, who applied on January 2017. He’s been asked to provide more recent English test. If you’re reading can you please give us more details about it? Was it for the main applicant or the dependents? thank you
  5. Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    You’re so close, I wouldn’t spend time arguing with them and suffering a further delay... I would do medicals straight away.
  6. Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    Please let us know what you’re going to do. A MA friend of mine also advised me to take English test again. Mine is expired as well.
  7. Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    Satisfying the English language requirement is a ‘time of application’requirement. That’s what I thought
  8. Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    In my case we provided the salary of the apprentices and total payroll in order to provide training benchmarks. Way over the 2%. Would it be enough?
  9. Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    Check this link: https://www.border.gov.au/WorkinginAustralia/Pages/Newsletters/skilled-visa-enews-september-2017.aspx
  10. DIBP Monthly newsletter

    Maybe a typo...
  11. DIBP Monthly newsletter

    Yeah I’ve just posted a similar post about my situation in 186 timeline thread. Immi website still says three years before.
  12. Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    Evidence of competent English Agents are reminded that if an applicant provides evidence of English to meet the requirements for ENS or RSMS, the test must have been conducted no more than 12 months before lodging. I was reading the update on Immi Website and this caught me by surprise... I have applied for Trt 186 ( both nomination and visa application) on June 2017, my IELTS is dated October 2014 and I thought I could use it because of the three years validity. What now??? They won’t even consider if I take one now as it would be uploaded after the lodgement.... I’m devastated
  13. Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    A MA friend of mine reckons that they open first applications with high IELTS marks...
  14. Thank you Raul. after few researches I found out that to be safe it's better to show training evidences since 2013. Then this can be helpful for others: training benchmarks are calculated in 12 months period (not financial year) so for instance if sponsorship started 1 January 2017 employer has to meet the requirements from that day till 1 January 2018.
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