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  1. Echo22

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    Hi Everyone, Can someone please add me to the spreadsheet? The details are in my signature. We haven't yet done our medicals or police checks but will do so in the next 2 weeks. Thanks!
  2. Echo22

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    Great news! I'm in a similar situation, I'm on a 457 and my boyfriend who's also from the UK is on my visa. We will have completed 2 years on a 457 in April, also grandfathered from the old rules. Although my role category is Marketing Specialist. Do you know if it's possible to lodge the company nomination before the 2 year mark? I wouldn't have thought so but thought it would be worth checking with you just incase I can get ahead. My MA is reluctant to give me any info on how the process works until nearer the time so right now I'm clueless. Good luck with your application!
  3. Echo22

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    So helpful, good to know other people who have been through this. Thank you ever so much!
  4. Echo22

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    Thank you! I'm sure I will be asking many more questions soon
  5. Echo22

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    Hi everyone, First time poster, I'm so grateful for this forum. Thanks to everyone for sharing your experiences. I'm a marketing manager currently on a 457, based in QLD, due to apply for ENS TRT in April (hopefully the Feb announcement won't change that) - counting down the months! I am the primary applicant and my partner is on my visa. The MA my organisation uses are based in Perth. From what I've read, you guys tend to put a lot of work into both the nomination and the application. I want to give myself the best chance of a successful grant. Do you guys have any tips? I don't trust the MA and my organisation to be as diligent as you guys. The organisation I work for hires a lot of overseas employees but I am the first person in the marketing department. Also, do you know what would happen if I fell pregnant before or after the PR lodgement? I know we would be unlikely to qualify for paid parental leave but would it effect our chances of getting PR? Thanks in advance!