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  1. Hi, I am interested to apply for Tasmania state nomination for subclass 491 as a solicitor. I was enrolled as a lawyer in Australia jurisdiction on 27.03.2017 and I have been practicing as a lawyer in Bangladesh since 2003. As i found that five years post qualification workforce experience is required for Tasmania state nomination for subclass 491. Will they accept my legal work experience which I gained in Bangladesh jurisdiction? My Bangladeshi job experience is absolutely closely related work experience of Solicitor occupation. I would be grateful if someone could advice me. Best regards.
  2. hi,

    I like to ask you some questions. I am a lawyer from Bangladesh. I am also an admitted lawyer, Supreme Court of NSW. i want to migrate to Australia. Can I apply for subclass 190 or other skilled migration subclass as a Barrister? Can I use my pre-qualification job experience that I obtained in Bangladesh jurisdiction for getting some points ?

    I would be grateful if you could suggest me.


  3. Hi Lawyerabroad, I am not a UK Barrister. I am an advocate , Supreme Court of Bangladesh. Do you think that they considered you as a Barrister because of the fact that you practiced as a Barrister in UK?
  4. Hi Lawyerabroad, Thanks for your reply. Did you submit any bank statement or any proof of professional fee? I will submit following documents: 1. A good standing certificate from Bangladesh bar Council stating that I was enrolled as a Lawyer in Bangladesh on ..............date and practicing till today 2. A tax clearance certificate from Tax commissioner declaring that i paid all the taxing from ............date to ..............I will not submit tax returns for each year separately. 3. Membership certificate from Supreme Court bar association 4. Membership of Dhaka bar association 5. A statutory declaration from one of my client 6. A statutory declaration from a colleague in the Supreme Court 7. Some copy of pay orders received from clients Would please let me know whether I need to submit anything else.? Regards.
  5. Dear brother , Thanks for your reply. Do you know what documents are required for proving work experience of self employed lawyer? Regards.
  6. Dear all, Can anyone inform me whether there is any change of points for Subclass 190 after 15th November? I came to know that some new changes are coming for new Subclass 491 which will be implemented after 15th November, 2019. Regards.
  7. thanks for your reply. In Bangladesh , India and pakistan, this is a common practice. Do i need to provide any statutory declaration of my employer or colleagues to prove this ?
  8. if he pays in Cash , is it acceptable?
  9. If the employer pays in Cash and he declares it in his certificate, can it be acceptable?
  10. Zami

    New rules for partner points

    Dear sir, Is this applicable for Sub class 190? I am an admitted Legal Practitioner at Supreme Court of NSW. Do i need to apply for skill assessment letter from LPAB for the occupation Barrister ? Regards.
  11. Zami

    Finding first Legal job in NSW

    Dear brother, Assalamualaikum. I am from Bangladesh. I am an admitted legal practitioner at Supreme Court NSW. I am also an advocate of Supreme Court Bangladesh. I have been practicing in Bangladesh jurisdiction for more than 15 years. I want to apply for skilled migration. But I lost points for my age( 40plus years). I can score only 65 points for subclass 190. Can I apply with this poor points? Kindly suggest how I get avail PR.
  12. Would you kindly explain how the points are counted?
  13. Dear brother, I have another question. How did you get your points for job experience? How can a self employed lawyer prove job experience? Best regards.
  14. Dear brother, Thanks a lot for your reply. I am really encouraged to read your posts. Is this same for subclass 190 and subclass 489 / sub class 491. Would you let me know any source of this information? i do not have much points as I lost points for my age. I am unable to apply for subclass 189. Now I am planning for sub class 190 or subclass 491( which will be implemented from 16th November, 2019). For subclass 190 , I can obtain 65 points and for subclass 491 , only 75/80 points .Solicitor occupation will be available in Orana and Barrister in Murray. Would you please suggest what i should do? Regards. Zami
  15. Hi...I am new to this group. I am an admitted legal practitioner at Supreme Court off NSW, Sydney , Australia. I was enrolled on 27.03.2019. I got admitted at Supreme Court of NSW through Trans tasman legislation. Because at first I was enrolled as a Barrister and Solicitor at High Court of Newzealand. I am a practicing lawyer at Supreme Court of Bangladesh. I want to migrate to Australia. But I do not have much points. My only options are subclass 489 and Subclass 190. Can you please let me know whether I am able to apply for migration as a Barrister? I came to know that LPAB can only assess me as a Lawyer/solicitor. They are unable to provide me any skill assessment letter for Barrister occupation. Because to practice as a barrister requires completion of Bar Reading course. Would anyone kindly suggest me whether I am able to apply for Barrister occupation?