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Hi everyone I am a B1 licensed aircraft engineer applying for a Northern Territory state sponsored Visa. I am 24 years old and have been working for a major airline in the UK for 7 years. I was after some advice as to how likely it is my visa application will go through and what the work opportunities are like for an AME in Northern Territory. I know they are very broad questions and any help is appreciated, many thanks.
talesofatwinmum posted a topic in Visa ChatHi, After 4 years of debating about emigrating, we decided to go for it two weeks ago. Only then we found our my OH's occupation was to be removed from the SOL on 1st July. I've spent the last couple of weeks trying to determine if there are any other sponsored visa options open to us. I've looked at all of the state migration plans and can only find his job on the NT list (we really want Qld or WA but would also consider Vic). The migration agents I've spoken to haven't been able to give me any answers - one assured me he is on the state sponsored list for WA but I've checked and can't find his job on their list of occupations anywhere. Another promised to look over his CV and get back to us when she finds time. The rest fobbed me off by directing me back to their websites or asking me to call back later in the year to see if the states update their wanted lists. We really want to get things moving asap if there is still a chance we can go. Does anyone have any advice on what we can do? Is it possible to approach states directly to consider him even if his occupation isn't on their skills in demand list? Is there a certain time of year the states update their skill requirements? Any advice would be appreciated.
Hi all I was wondering if anyone else on here works in the aviation industry. My job is primarily to plan pilots' rosters (using specific software), manage their leave (using a database system), and also plan and organise their training, produce reports, publish rosters, manage and edit crew database, liaise with other relevant departments and crew, etc. :wacko: My job has a different name in every airline, but can be Rostering Officer, Crew Planner, etc. Is anyone else in a similar role? I'm having trouble finding a job on the list that fits this description. I think it's probably somewhere between 231199 Air Transport Professionals and 511112 Program or Project Administrator. :huh: Would love to chat to any other airline professionals out there! :radar: