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  1. Exactly. The extremely long processing time for the visa is making all the applicant facing high risk. Plus the refuse rate is very high at the moment. The applicants are not under a fair go. The applicants are the only ones to lose.
  2. That is sick. I am sorry that happened to you. The system is so broken.
  3. I was not on a temp visa. I was on a bridging. My point is the longer the visa processing takes the higher risk the applicant is facing. As we all know the processing time raise to 2 years at the moment and it was 3-4 months 3 years ago. I will only stay in Australia legally and I prepared to return. However, this system is not fair. The company can shut down without notice, and refuse to pay off redundancy. The employees are the only ones to suffer. I am clear that what I am doing is not helpful for my application. But I wish to voice for myself.
  4. Hi everyone, I am posting this to gather people who under sponsor by their employer for 187/186 visa, but soon experienced unfair dismissal, redundancy and business closed down during visa procession. First of all, I would like to share my personal experience here. please click the report from SBS, link I have done nothing wrong but will soon have to leave this country without entitlement paid(13k). I turned to FEG for help, however, since I am not a citizen, I would not able to claim any entitlement guarantee from the government. I did try appeal to AAT, but, without a nomination approval, the decision of visa refusal is affirmed. I believe long processing time of visa, and shifty business and the immigration system failed us. I have spoken to an officer of United Voice, and a journalist is interested in my story and who is in a similar situation to me, who are waiting to maybe to leave the country because sponsor visas have not worked out. The Union and the journalist want to know the extent that this is happening. If you would like to voice for yourself, please leave a comment below. (you don't have to be named, can stay anonymous). Thank you.
  5. eccc

    2nd time failure for 187 visa

    How long have you waited for the anwer from the immigraton department?
  6. Additionally, if 3 years full-time experience is needed to gain a positive outcome of skill-assessment. Then, whoever passes the skill-assessment could opt to 189/190 visa. Who gonna apply for 482 visa which is a tempory visa and no pathway to PR in short-term list occupation. Or alternatively, 187 RSMS visa.
  7. I am posting this on behalf of my husband, who is a pastry chef & Baker. His employer is happy to offer him sponsorship, however, we get confused by the experience requirement. His employer consulted an MA, she says, the visa requirement for TSS is 2 years full-time (or equivalent part-time), BUT, chef/cook occupation needs 3 years full-time experience to gain a positive skill assessment. Is that true? Can anyone explain further for skill assessment for us, please?
  8. eccc

    2nd time failure for 187 visa

    I’ve been told by my MA saying the process will take up to 2-3 years (?). I wonder if the department will tell you whether you are eligible for ministerial interview in 6 months time (?) and the case reach to minister will take up to 2-3 years? I am confused.
  9. eccc

    2nd time failure for 187 visa

    the department refused the nomination due to the fact that the company was no longer in operation, it went into voluntary administration. Without a granted nomination, the visa won't be approved. So i got both nomination and visa refusal.
  10. eccc

    2nd time failure for 187 visa

    Do you think i have a good case? But in my case there is no compassion reason and my employer is gone. Does the minister will consider as their slow processing have a bad impact on my case or just blame i have bad luck? I hardly think the minister will grant a permanent residency as my employer is no longer exist. How can i avoid BVE ? According to the Immi website, the applicant seeking ministerial intervention will be granted a BVE (it could be no work right as well). I am really worry about no travel and no further application onshore.
  11. eccc

    2nd time failure for 187 visa

    I did have a agent who work along with me from day 1. She strongly suggest go fo intervention not TSS visa. Should i go?
  12. eccc

    RCB refused

    No. I am afraid not. That’s the very first step
  13. eccc

    2nd time failure for 187 visa

    Yes i am. But even though i am a chef de partie i will still be nominate as a cook rather than a chef. Cause chef normally refers to headchef or above who is in a management role.
  14. eccc

    2nd time failure for 187 visa

    I don't have many options that lead directly to PR. But my husband's employer is happy to sponsor him a TSS 482 visa. So I was happy to give TSS a go as we can avoid BVE but the thing is it wont lead to residency. We have to opt for another visa eventually.
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    2nd time failure for 187 visa

    Yes i do agreed with you. The chances of getting intervented is too low. Majority of the case won’t reach to the minister. I would rather not to take the risk from my own perspective. But my MA says i have a good case and it worth a try. So make it even harder to make a decision whether or not i should give it a go.
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