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Hello everyone, My partner (a chef) wants to get a permanent visa for Australia. Right now we are intending on applying for subclass 190, state sponsorship. (If his English test goes really well we might try for subclass 189) We are currently getting the (ENDLESS) paperwork together for his TRA Skills Assessment. We're struggling to know exactly what to write for Part 8 / his Description Of Your Work (in own words) and exactly what we need in the letters from his employers (how much detail?!). I would appreciate any tips anyone has and if anyone would share with me their own documents (actual letters, templates, anything) we would be so grateful. Especially other chefs/cooks! Just for ideas and peace of mind, I would never plagiarize! Thank you, Alice
Hi guys I'm new to this so I hope ye can help me. My fiancé and I are starting off our visa process.he is a plasterer and is currently waiting for his AQF level 3 papers to arrive that he has been granted. This weekend he is doing his IELTs test in Dublin. My questions are dose his AQF level 3 now need to be assessed by the TRA before we lodge any visa application.as there is over 3 months backup. We are going to apply for state sponsorship in WA and then lodge our 176 visa providing WA grants us sponsorship.dose that take long?? It's all so confusing and quite stressful.alot of our time was wasted with visa agents not giving us the correct info.very annoying!! If anyone can help us out we'd be grateful.thanks. Ger.
Hi I am looking for more advice regarding my visa application .... which one to go for would be a good start! My job as an Intergrated Reception Systems Installer meets most of the criteria for Radiocommunications Technician 313211 but I do not have any formal qualifications for this role as a I was trained 'on the job'. I am a partner in a limited company working on the Digital switch-over contract in London at the moment and am unsure whether to get my skills assessed for a 175 visa. My business is sub-contracting for the company who trained me so I could get references / supporting letters from them but that is about it. Would this be enough to get my skills assessed? If it is and I am successful, could I live in Perth? My wife is a Primary School Teacher 241213 but has been told that her degree may be a problem as it was only for 3 years not 4 (even though that was the only course QTS available at the university!) and even if we are successful with that we could only go on a 176 visa to SA. We have family in Perth (Mandurah) who are willing to sponsor us and we are deperate to be near them from the start as we don't really want to have to move our kids twice. Does anyone know if there are any other options available to us? Temporary visa which may lead to permanent residence? Feel like we are going around in circles! Any help would be very much appreciated, Billy