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  1. CivCdn

    Nurses on 189, 190

    The work and holiday visa does sound like a good way to go if you want to wait for 189 or 190 NSW. Don't see why you would not get a Victoria nomination if you meet all the requirements (2 yrs work exp.) though.
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    190 visa - Conference and Event Organiser

    Do you hold a qualification highly relevant to your occupation? First you would need to get a skills assessment in order to apply for a visa, check this link to see if you qualify: https://www.vetassess.com.au/Portals/0/Downloads/qualification_assessment/Conference_and_Event_Organiser.pdf From what I get out of that is that you need a qualification and relevant work experience to obtain a 'positive' result which is required for immigration. One years of work experience is required if your qualification matches your occupation, and two years if it does not match. So for you, with 4 years in the industry, you may score either 5 points for 3 years of experience, or zero for two years. Appears you are correct in that Tassie and NT are the only open states other than if you were working in South Australia. Tassie also has a condition that you shall not have lived in another australian state within the past 12 months, and also requires a job offer like you mentioned. NT is fairly reluctant to give out 190 visas anymore because too many people are using this pathway to move straight to another state. As a result, it seems that the 489 visa is more likely. OTOH, maybe they would take into account that you already have Australian experience and you're able to produce a very good commitment statement and research. Not sure on the skills assessment timelines for VETASSESS, but if there is an available pathway now (NT) then it would probably be best not to wait too long. Skilled visas are becoming much more competitive every year, with points requirements continuing to increase with more requirements being introduced. I missed my chance in 2018 to get a permanent visa by graduating 3 months too late But who knows, maybe labor will win and immigration will take a turn for the better. Might be best for you to consult a registered migration agent to go over all your options.
  3. CivCdn

    What's the waiting period for 190 nsw

    Nobody knows mate, 190 statistics are not posted anywhere (other than ACT).
  4. CivCdn

    Nurses on 189, 190

    Are you currently working in your nominated occupation? Two weeks away from 3 years of experience. Surely you would have a good chance with NSW with 70+5. If they start increasing the number of 189 invitations at the start of the new financial year, then you may even be able to get a 189 come August with 70 points.
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    NSW 190 Secondary school teacher

    Why not apply for a 489 visa then? Currently open on skills lists in Murray and Southern Inland NSW?
  6. CivCdn

    189 invitation - AHPRA registration

    Judging by the last sentence of your quote, would seem that your invite would become void. Might be best to consult a migration agent.
  7. CivCdn

    189 invitation - AHPRA registration

    Appears similar situation asked before, see replies.
  8. CivCdn

    489 to 887 PR with State Sponsorship

    The question it will boil down to is: “Did you have an intention of moving to NT at time of your application/your arrival?” If one applied to a region knowing full well they wouldn’t live there, then that’s not good. Also not fair to those who don’t just apply to an area other than the one they desire, for the sole reason of getting into the country. Besides, two years there is nothing - especially considering this may be your only option due to age.
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    489 Visa Medical

    The question it will boil down to is: “Did you have an intention of moving to Murray NSW at time of your application/your arrival?” If one applied to a region knowing full well they wouldn’t live there, then that’s not good. Also not fair to those who don’t just apply to an area other than the one they desire, for the sole reason of getting into the country.
  10. CivCdn

    189 invitation - AHPRA registration

    You must have your skills assessment BEFORE putting in an EOI. That’s assuming that the registration is part of obtaining your assesssment?
  11. CivCdn

    Employment length

    You can only claim from past 10 years.
  12. CivCdn

    Employment length

    If they do deduct, then it appears you would need to use an earlier employment too. If you are only able to obtain docs from your current job, then wait 6 months until you have 6 years there.
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    NSW 190 Secondary school teacher

    Seems very few went out, and to those who would receive 189 in a few months anyway.
  14. Did you receive a 190 nomination from NSW? Someone on immittacker at 70 points did.
  15. How,long have you been waiting? All NPRs at 70 points before December 8 have been cleared.
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