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Hi All, I have searched all the threads to find out the similar question, however, couldn't find it. Due to my current visa 457 occupation listed as ICT Technician, my next visa has to be lodged as ICT Technician, is this correct? During the last 2 years my title has been changed, however, per the agency advised I cannot change the title if I want to get a 186 visa under the same nomination(the same sponsorship). Also, the salary cannot be over $70.000 for this particular occupation, is that correct too ? I really appreciate your answers. Thanks a lot. Matt
vivshtiv posted a topic in Visa ChatMy father is on a 457 Visa. He is eligible for a an employer-sponsored nomination scheme for permanent residency under transition scheme.He has lodged his application last September. His case officer mailed him and told him hat he needed to show another IELTS test result as the one he submitted does not require the minimum english requirement. He got 6 in all the components except for the listening. He only got 4.5 on this. It is mainly due to the fact that my dad has severe hearing loss as diagnosed. However, we weren't able to inform the test centre of this so no special adjustments was made and he took the test anyway. What's done is done. The other way to prove is to show at least 5 years in secondary or tertiary education in English medium but my dad only has 4 years of this. Otherwise, he said that we might have to withdraw our application or else, it might be refused on the basis that my dad is unable to meet the English requirement. My dad is willing to sit in another exam. We don't know yet if his CO will allow this. And we are willing to pay the second installment also if applicable (for applicants that are assessed as to not having minimum English requirements) (Is this applicable to the main applicant? Our CO didn't give us this option. Is it acceptable to ask him if we could do this?) We badly need the visa as we were main victims of the recent supertyphoon. Our little city is still recovering. Thank you for your advise.