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  1. Joe/Rose

    491,190,189 offshore

    Yea it’s a joke Domo, absolutely no need for it. There are loads of jobs within construction, the economy could suffer majorly if they keep this up.
  2. Joe/Rose

    491,190,189 offshore

    Pretty rubbish to be honest! It’s not looking great, the worst news is the boarders, not necessarily the migration figures! im pretty gutted!
  3. Joe/Rose

    Electrician in need of guidance.

    I thought 6 week courses were for plumbers/heating engineers to be able to isolate/overhaul parts of domestic electrics.
  4. Joe/Rose

    Electrician in need of guidance.

    Becoming a qualified electrician took me 3 years. And so it should. As far as I know, you will need an NVQ Level 3 as a minimum. Assuming you are based in the UK, I would try the down under centre in London, Wes will be of help to you. Good luck
  5. To be honest, I think they will ask for them again, that’s going on other posts. I’m just wondering whether it’s sensible to do the HC at the earliest opportunity.
  6. In response to your post. We are with the DUC, they have been great. We submitted our application Dec 12th 2019 !! So 4 months would of been April, we never had a CO assigned. Also, luckily we never did our HC & PC’s because I wanted to string the process out due to work commitments (So when the CO was assigned they would of asked for this). I wanted to ask everyone if they are planning on doing their PC & HC’s anytime soon? In prep for a direct grant? Thoughts?
  7. I’m sorry but this is bollox. I know loads of people in Aus & things are operating enough to be moving! Buying food? You must be joking! On a daily basis I am getting emails regarding work opportunities in my trade. Finding somewhere to live & Utilities are done via phone/email.
  8. Joe/Rose

    190 Visa Grant

    https://iscah.com/190-visa-processing/
  9. Joe/Rose

    190 Visa Grant

    I’m still waiting to! For me it’s going onto 17 months now! Pretty anxious but that’s the nature of this beast. As Domo has mentioned, I’m on every article/info that arises daily, there is nothing to report. The determination will pretty much come when the quota is released in July & more importantly, when Australia opens its boarders!
  10. Joe/Rose

    491,190,189 offshore

    My app was lodged 12th Dec 2019! No updates as of yet. No case officer
  11. Joe/Rose

    491,190,189 offshore

    Still waiting! Hopefully after July we will know more.
  12. Joe/Rose

    190 Visa Grant

    Also I wonder whether the English test & skills assessments are valid for the post visa application process (processing time) or do they expire after the validity printed on the certificate?
  13. Joe/Rose

    190 Visa Grant

    I just wonder if there is any official text stating (to effect) that our visa’s are safe & just in limbo? There are surely some terms & conditions where the text states what parameters the State/DHA can work within & guidelines on how the applicant/s have to be treated...? Most, if not all of us have paid the fee on lodging the application by the sounds of it, for me I can wait, if I know that the application is safe, as I’m confident on all claims I have made & the correct docs are in place. 6+ months is totally realistic/obvious until an outcome is sought.
  14. Joe/Rose

    190 Visa Grant

    It’s a very uncertain time and yes it’s deeply annoying as one cannot plan. Also there is only soo much preparation that can be done re shipping, housing, kids etc. I just hope your agent is right, that our applications are safe but just in limbo, as if they are subject to not being granted because of quota restrictions or removal from the list, that would quite frankly be an outrage. People’s life’s are hinged on these decisions.
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