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  1. I am sorry mate but that is the most common path for most people, if you want to have an appreciation of numbers read this: http://theconversation.com/most-migrants-on-bridging-visas-arent-scammers-theyre-well-within-their-rights-120989?fbclid=IwAR1p0ewemEAa8f9D3G-mHsY7Kfv0pB9S_EnpfrfcfINFyJBWbHBaSOrhjgI
  2. I will suggest you to consider the fact that also people on a bridging visa pay taxes...
  3. the point I was trying to make is that is not fair that someone's life can be put on hold for so long, the challenge is not on the decision but on the extended delays which could cause consistent financial loss or mental stress for both nominator and nominee.. say for example you were offered a job which was paid double that what you doing now but you could not commit because waiting for a decision, and 3 years after you still waiting for that decision... I reckon it will be a very uncomfortable situation to manage... another example, your employer is unsure of the outcome or timing of the decision and has to employ someone-else just to have a replacement in case you will have to leave the country... I don't think someone ever challenge on this and maybe things could change for the better if someone is willing to be brave
  4. maybe, i guess it depends how brave your are and how far you want to take it ....
  5. try this: https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/help-and-support/claiming-compensation-from-us
  6. peyotemix

    AAT appeal for 186 nomination refusal

    speak with your agent before lodging an appeal, it might be worth re-lodging a fresh nomination...
  7. peyotemix

    AAT, who else is waiting?

    before lodging the appeal speak with your agent might be worth re-lodging a fresh nomination
  8. peyotemix

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    double check your minimum period of full time employment requirements ... i am pretty sure is minimum 2 years if old 457 or 3 years with new sponsorship... the time of full time employment is not counted as calendar dates but actually time worked so if you took unpaid leave is not counted as such...
  9. peyotemix

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    nice read everyone http://theconversation.com/most-migrants-on-bridging-visas-arent-scammers-theyre-well-within-their-rights-120989?fbclid=IwAR1p0ewemEAa8f9D3G-mHsY7Kfv0pB9S_EnpfrfcfINFyJBWbHBaSOrhjgI
  10. peyotemix

    AAT, who else is waiting?

    this topic was more about people who have applied already for a review with AAT...
  11. peyotemix

    Skillselect ENS 186 Timeline

    How long did it take to hear something from AAT?
  12. peyotemix

    AAT, who else is waiting?

    what do you mean?
  13. peyotemix

    AAT appeal for 186 nomination refusal

    financial capacity of my employer
  14. peyotemix

    AAT appeal for 186 nomination refusal

    I think they must assign cases randomly...I have been waiting since December 2017 and the case has not been activated yet .... I realized is not worth stressing about it just have faith and don't give up
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