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  1. tamam1986

    186 Visa for Management Consultants

    Thank you so much all. I have started the journey with my workplace. For someone who would read this thread later, it turned out that at the 3 year mark 2 things are additionally needed in 186 DE in my case. 1. A positive skills assessment (for Management Consultants, it is from VETASSES), which is not needed for 186 TRT. This involves costs, as VETASSES charges around 1,000 for the assessment. 2. A letter from the sponsoring organization justifying the genuine need for the role in their organogram for them to function properly. This is not needed for 186 TRT as it was already justified at the 482/457 visa stage. The additional requirement of these 2 documents makes 186 DE a slightly lengthier process, and 186 TRT is more streamlined with the sponsoring organization. The applicant is not needed to be working under a 457 or a 482 visa for 3 years for the organization in case of DE, so in my case it could have been faster. But, given current timeline I will be eligible for 186 TRT anyway by the time we are ready to lodge, so may be we will be pursuing TRT.
  2. tamam1986

    186 Visa for Management Consultants

    I don't think universities matter. Do they? I thought it is only the degree like a Masters or an MBA. Is there any article or section in the immigration website that I can look into for this specific piece of information?
  3. tamam1986

    186 Visa for Management Consultants

    Thanks for the response Raul. Does the requirement vary from state to state? Also, for 8 years, is it total 8 (like 5 overseas, and 3 in Australia)? Or does it need to be 8 overseas?
  4. tamam1986

    186 Visa for Management Consultants

    This is really great to learn! It was NSW, right? For the 190, do I have to apply for each state individually?
  5. tamam1986

    186 Visa for Management Consultants

    Thanks! Yes. That is a good suggestion. I will probably do it. My concern is that I will not have enough points as per the current situation. But, I guess applying for 189/190 does not hurt.
  6. tamam1986

    186 Visa for Management Consultants

    Hi Ausvisitor, Thank you so much for your response. I have overall 8+ years of experience, 5+ overseas and 3 in Melbourne from July. I was also thinking about trying my luck at 189/190 so I reached out to VETASSESS and already got a positive skills certificate from them. Is this the only difference in requirement you know of? Or are there others as well? Any suggestion will be helpful.
  7. tamam1986

    186 Visa for Management Consultants

    Hi all, I am just starting my journey for the ENS 186 TRT visa, under Management Consultant (224711) and I was wondering if there are people in this forum who could share their experience of progressing through / getting the visa. My organization just verbally agreed to sponsor me after nearly 3 years of work with them under TSS 482 Medium Term (4 year) visa. I am trying to prepare myself as much as possible before they initiate the process. Any suggestions is welcome. Also, I had a particular question regarding the differences between 186 Direct Entry (DE) and 186 Temporary Residence Transition (TRT). How do the employer choose between them? What are the differences in the process and costs? I have been working for 3 years and 186 TRT seems the obvious choice, but I was wondering what would stop them for going for 186 DE instead. Does 186 DE needs more documents / costs? Is the process easier or more difficult? Longer or shorter that 186 TRT? Thank you so much.
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