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Rana Shahjahan posted a topic in Skilled VisasHi Everyone, My name is Rana Shahjahan. I have applied for SC189 Visa on 12th October 2018 after receiving an invitation on 11th October 2018. I have a question or an advice as I think I am in a mess and my application might get rejected. Can anyone here please help me on my matter. I would really appreciate it. Points Claimed: 75 Education: 15 Experience: 10 Age: 30 English: 20 Now the issue is that I have a Bachelors Degree in Computer Science(Honours) and ACS has assessed my degree and AQF bachelor Degree with a major in computing, but somehow due to mistake I submitted an EOI with Honours Degree in Science and Technology. I am able to receive an Invitation on the basis of this EOI and later I submitted the VISA with same degree option as well. Recently, one of my friend told me that my degree has been assessed as Bachelors not Honours, so because of this I submitted Notification of incorrect answer(s) to show that I selected Honours by mistake. Now I am afraid that because of the this issue and that EOI has Honours degree and Visa have Bachelors degree, they might reject my VISA application. Can any experience person guide me and help me on this matter. What are the chances of Rejection in this case? I am really tensed. Thank you so much Best Regards Rana Shahjahan
jodipodi posted a topic in Visa ChatHiya all, just wondering if anyone can clarify something for me please? Heres the details to start incase that helps. Hubby has done a 2 year foundation degree and has then went on to do a full 3 year BA Honours Degree in Youth/Community Studies which he wil have completed around this time 2014. I have read different things about which grade you come away with affecting your chances of your degree being recognised by the assessing authority ( ie: a 3rd, a 2:2 or a 2:1 etc) .....does anyone know if the grade matters and if so does anyone definitely know what the minimum required is please as Im having a total wobble on.....:arghh:
Just been reading a thread about an honour received by Mandy28's dad. She is too shy to mention it, but her dad received an MBE today, an honour bestowed upon him for his work, dedication and sacrifice given over many years in his chosen field, the 'Armed Forces/Services',:jiggy:, and even in 'retirement'. She and her family should take great pride indeed for this MBE, a man and family who thoroughly deserve this recognition. And it was announced that certain members of the public were awarded OBE's, MBE'S, Knight hoods etc, and this thread IS NOT meant to be a vehicle to discuss the pros' and con's of the honours system, just a realistion that some people who receive these honours are true heroes and often go past unnoticed. I have my own opinions on some of the awards given to so called 'celebs, 'icons' heroes' and the like, I realise that some do a fantastic job within their chosen fields and also give a lot back to the country but this thread is in honour of the service personnel, lolly pop ladies, community workers, care workers, charity workers, dustmen/women, nurses, teachers, people from ALL walks of life who though receive such awards are often over looked because of the more 'well known' names. As I said, no problem with some of the awards, but the true heroes and icons of our time are the ones who have worked tirelessly, often without recognition for many years, the sacrifice and 'Social Consciousness' they have given over the years are truly admirable. So while I congratulate most of the award 'winners',:embarrassed: my huge admiration to the unsung 'heroes' and 'icons' of our time, most of us would not be living the life we lead today if not for you. Cheers Tony.:wink: