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Hi everyone, I wonder if anyone have the similar situation and might help me out. I have a metallurgy and material engineer bachelor degree in my home country. Having work experience as a valuer, i would love to have master degree in valuation to know more about my profession as well as to push my luck about finding a valuation related job after my graduation. I need to work for a qualified valuer for 2 years working experience and after than i can apply to Api to gain registration, what i am confused about is vetassess skills assessment criteria which is: Qualification/s assessed at Australian Bachelor Degree or higher degree with a highly relevent field of study and at least one year of post-qualification highly relevent employment at an appropriate skill level completed in the last five years. Let's say that i worked for a qualified valuer for 2 years on 485 visa and then how i will be able to gain "at least one year of post-qualification highly relevent employment at an appropriate skill level completed" when 485 visa would have been expired(during 2 years), to get positive skill assessment from vetassess and then claim for points Master degree for skilled migration? Any expert advice would also be appreciated!
Guest posted a topic in Shipping and RemovalsDear all, I am emigrating with my wife in 4 weeks and we are taking our car. I had organised for a valuation to be undertaken by a gentleman in Melbourne but sadly he has taken ill and been hospitalised. Can anyone recommend an approved valuer and provide details of what they charge? Thanks in advance! J
Hi can anyone answer the following for my 165 investor visa? I have to get a current valuation on my home to evidence it's value. I am told 'an acredited valuer' is required. I'm an Estate Agent and work in the same town as my house, the value of which I study on a daily basis. However I am not 'Credited' with any formal valuing qualifications. Although informally I'm an expert on this subject. Will it mean I have to get a surveyor to value my property? Can anyone help as to get it wrong could mean we get turned down. thanks