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Hi All, I am looking to apply for the subclass 190 visa and manage to get the 60 points required on the skills test but I have been told by 2 migration agents that a HND or diploma level is required and another has said that a degree level is required to be eligible for the skills test. I have 3 -Levels and not sure whether they count for anything (Can't see what the Aussie equivalent would be) and also whether my industry qualification would count for anything? I am also looking to go for my CCNA but again I'm not sure if this is worth doing if it won't count for anything despite being a highly regarding industry qualification. Age - 27 Occupation - Customer service officer(SOL) (certifications - CompTIA A+) Knowledgeable with Windows OS, and Macintosh. Work experience -3 Years in IT Support Education - 3 A-Levels I appreciate there's probably a lot of these type of posts but some clarity on what level of education is actually required would really help! :arghh: Thanks all
Hi this is my first post to the site, as i would like to migrate as a skilled migration i think it is a 715 or i may have to go as a sponsored migrant . Im a network engineer with 2 yrs. experience at the moment with a CCNA, and working on my CCNP at the moment and wanted to know if anyone has got an assessment from acs as as a network engineer and if so did you get assessed under Computer Professionals-(nec) 2231-79 or as a Computer Professionals- System Manager 2231-11. I know that my level of experience my be a problem for a skilled migration but would it be ok if i were to get sponsored by and employer, and if so are there any drawbacks to being sponsored. Thanks in advance any information would be gratefully appreciated.
Hi everyone. I'm looking for some advice and I'm hoping someone out there can help. I am planning to move over to Oz with my fiancé - we lived in Sydney for a year on a working holiday visa for a year and loved it, now we want to go back. I am an IT type and I suppose I come under the computer professional (nec) section of the skills list. Unfortunately my talents aren't included on the MODL and at the moment, only TAS are processing state sponsorship apps for my classification. No offense to people heading to TAS but it isn't really where we want to be - realistically I need a big city to stand a decent chance of getting a decent job - Sydney (obviously) would be top of the tree given we have friends there, but Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane etc etc are nearly as high up the tree but just on a slightly lower branch. So, given that they aren't processing independent skilled visas for the foreseeable future and we don't fancy TAS, what are our options? Is it just a case of applying for an independent skilled visa and wait for however long it takes? What are the chances of trying to get business sponsorship without already having a visa to enter Oz? For anyone in the know (and if you are interested), my qualifications are in Cisco, Juniper and Microsoft (CCNA, JNCIA-ER and MCP with hopefully a JNCIS-ER coming in a few weeks). I'm probably best described as a network type - but annoyingly enough not a network security type (or I would be on the MODL - damnit!!). Any help, info, insider knowledge, words of encouragement, job offers or friendly banter greatfully recieved - and thanks in advance... Also, and this is a very, very, very long shot, anyone out there know anything about this new fibre optic broadband rollout from the Oz government? I'm currently a broadband planner for a large fibre optic broadband company and it sounds right up my street.... :GEEK: