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  1. Hex

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    @Harrie Gill Unfortunately, what your MA said is true - if the ABN number changes, the nomination / visa application becomes invalid and needs to be reapplied for. I, personally don't know of any work around / "loophole" to this, and personally don't think there is one. As much of a pain as it is, I would go with what the MA said and withdraw to re-apply. Sorry if it wasn't the news you wanted to hear!
  2. Hex

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    FYI - it's not a case of "may reject" your application. As far as I know, if you leave your job while the application is still pending, they WILL reject your application if it is not withdrawn. That and the nomination (obviously).
  3. Hex

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    @Hydra Correct; the nomination and visa application would be applied through from your company. If you quit / leave, then the nomination and visa request would need to be withdrawn and a new application process started. Once you get PR, it is documented that both you and your employee agree to keep you working at the same place for at least 2 years from grant, however, this is not a law as situations arise outside of our control. My suggestion is to stick it out, get the grant and then re-evaluate.
  4. Hex

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    @galisuman Stay strong, you never know, could be sooner than that! Holding thumbs!
  5. Hex

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    Hey @ajk, sorry - I don't have access to the spreadsheet (and I'd like to keep it that way)
  6. Hex

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    If things go well, and this is based off only my opinion. I'd say within the next 1-2 months
  7. Hex

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    @BenoitThanks mate, much appreciated! - My wife had only added up to the last 8 years, they are very strict on this and needed the full 10 years of past residence (including any police clearance for any country you've lived for more than 12 months). We had to complete tons of information at the bottom of the form (they provide additional space for extra details). we just labeled it as "section x - continued". - I would recommend to everyone / anyone to do a form 80. It's a pain but is so easy for the CO to ask for it, which will only delay things longer. Also, you should already have everything needed to compete it. So there is no real reason not to. Remember updating your application does not slow it down at all, unless its a request from the CO.
  8. Hex

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    I just received my visa grant. I don't need to tell you guys that words cannot even explain this feeling... Please update my case on the spreadsheet; Below is my full timeline. 09/01/2018: Nomination and visa application 30/08/2018: s56 requested more documentation (form 80 and character update for my wife - she didn't add the full 10 years of passed living address) -- Submitted back within 3 days. 08/10/2018: Nomination approved 09/10/2018: s56 requested additional documentation. Now that my son was passed 2 years old, they needed a TB scan (both children had a medical already), once passed age of 2, they have to provide a TB scan as well (for certain countries). -- Submitted back within 8 days. 12/11/2018: Visa grant received. This forum has helped me tons and don't worry - I'm not going anywhere. -- Knowing how hard and stressful this process is, I've decided to stay dedicated to try and help anyone, with anything I can with regards to this process.
  9. Hex

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    @Deep1991 No, nothing as yet - the last request for documentation was sent (and provided) on the 12th October. They say that the documentation needs to be provided within 28 days of request (which is now past). I'm holding thumbs (and anything else), hoping that someone picks the file up and ticks the box.
  10. Hex

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    @tocsa As far as i'm aware, the training benchmark is for the company nomination (which affects your visa obviously). The fact that the company has an applicant on or off shore, should make no difference. The requirement is to confirm that the company (not the applicant) is up to standard on training. Hope that helps?
  11. Hex

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    If you got your nomination, it should be (usually) a quick turn around for the CO to either grant the visa, or request documentation. Let's hope it's the better of the 2!
  12. Hex

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    @Toryalis No, there is no need for that. I know it's not easy - I'm also battling, however, it won't help being negative and running people down. This is a forum put in place to help, it's done wonders for me and in keeping me sane - as it has for others as well. We're all in the same situation here and really highly strung with stress, so no point in being negative to someone's opinion. That's all I have to say on it, let's try keep being positive and there for each other.
  13. Hex

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    Honestly guys - I don't think any of it is industry scope related. Lets try stay positive and don't let the system get us down!
  14. Hex

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    @Benoit If you have your bridging visa, then you'll have a TRN reference number. You'll be able to import this into your Immi account to watch your application (and view the status). -- There's an import option within the Immi account -> enter your application reference number here and it should import the application
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