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  1. Annual update of Skilled Occupation List effective 1 July 2011 – 2 June 2011 The Skilled Occupation List (SOL) will change from 1 July 2011. There will be 13 occupations added and four occupations removed. See: Annual Update of Skilled Occupation List – 1 July 2011 (111KB PDF file) :biggrin::notworthy:
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    Cost effective Cars?

    Hey Folks, Just arrived two days ago and already wanting to buy a good second hand car.... but on a budget. I've scoured the carsales.com.au site but the big question for me is not how cheap the car is now but how much will it cost to run. Any advice and which cars are easily maintained with affordable parts, insurance etc? Budget $5000-$6000
  3. Annual update of Skilled Occupation List effective 1 July 2011 – 6 June 2011 The Skilled Occupation List (SOL) will change from 1 July 2011. There will be 13 occupations added and four occupations removed. See: Annual Update of Skilled Occupation List – 1 July 2011 (111KB PDF file)
  4. Here's some news: New SOL released which would be effective 1st July, 2011. The following 13 occupations have been added: 234914 Medical Physicist 251311 Environmental Health Officer 251312 Occupational Health and Safety Adviser 251511 Hospital Pharmacists 251513 Retail Pharmacists 271111 Barrister 271311 Solicitor 323211 Fitter (General) 323212 Fitter and Turner 323213 Fitter-Welder 323214 Metal Machinist (First Class) 399111 Boat Builder and Repairer 399112 Shipwright And these 4 occupations have been removed: 251411 Optometrist 251412 Orthoptist 324111 Panel Beater 324311 Vehicle Painter Source: http://www.immi.gov.au/skilled/general-skilled-migration/whats-new.htm Alternatively, find the announcement attached. armandra! solfact-sheet.pdf solfact-sheet.pdf
  5. Hi all Oops - didn't notice the thread below - I need more coffee! :cool: Cheers S
  6. well this is my first day of writting on POMINOZ and im big fan of GILL so i do visit migration forum alot. well my question is iam cookery student and my study will finish on 9th june and will get certificate on 11thjune and i have already assessed my TRA last year so no job ready test for me. as everyone knows cookery wont be on new SOL and my IELTS SCORE IS 7 7 7.5 8 SO IAM ALMOST THERE TO APPLY FOR PR. but new SOL will be introduced on 30th april and will be effective by mid of 2010 now WHAT DOES IT MEAN? if its 1st june then iam dead:arghh:..and if it means 1st july then hurraaah:biggrin: i know now 1 sure but i just want to know if some one have idea abt it thank u every one Karan Sandhu
  7. Hi Guys, I hear there will be new changes to ACS skills processing starting next month? Could anyone tell me how it affects those in Group C? Thanks heaps
  8. Qantas have advised me that it has increased fares on the UK route by up to 5%. The new fares apply to all tickets issued on or after December 18 and apply to published and retail fares. More information at :https://www.qantas.com.au/agents/dyn/qf/info/qantasNewsIndex
  9. An updated ACT (Canberra) sponsorship list will become effective 01 November 2009. The following occupations for skill sponsorship will have closed: 4112 Structural Steel and Welding 3997 Library Technician 3213 Financial Investment Adviser 2543 Occupation and Environmental Health 2422 Teacher - VET 2222 Technical sales representative I am not sure how to load the new list up here so please click here to access the new list.
  10. Hi guys not sure if this has been covered but heres link to new changes.. http://www.immi.gov.au/skilled/general-skilled-migration/pdf/faq-priority-processing.pdf
  11. A new SOL has been signed by the Minister on 9th April 2009 effective 15th May 2009. I have gone through quickly and I can see no additional occupations nor any taken off nor any changes in points for an occupation. The only change I can see is that now VETASSESS and TRA are Relevant assessing authorities for non-Recignised companies. This means that if you are not resident in UK, India, Philippines, South Africa or Sri Lanka, you have the choice of TRA or VETASSESS for your skills assessment. This gives residents of other countries the choice for those few trades that VETASSESS handle between an RTO workplace assessment or travelling to another country where VETASSESS are holding their assessments. Regards
  12. Hi Everyone I'm new to this, hopefully someone can help me out with some tips. My husband recently got a 457 Visa and he did all his applications within Australia as he was already there on a multiple entry visa. He now wants to add me on to his visa as a spouse. We have all our documents in place, marriage certificates etc. So now we are ready to apply for me to be added on to the visa as well. What we were wondering though is that is it more efficient to use a migration agent to lodge my application? Or can i do it myself online? Are there any disadvantages to doing it individually? Also, won't it take more time to process if i do it by myself? We are hoping it will be approved soon. Our funds are not permitting at the moment for us to use the agent which is why we want to find out if an online application done individually is effective. I am currently leaving outside of Australia. Thank you Nessa