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Aisha

Northern Territory Australia 190 Program - Job Offer requested.

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Hello,

 

 

My question is related to the Northern Territory Skilled Nomination Program (190). My Mrs is planning to apply under the Northern Territory Migration Occupation List category of Database Administrator 262111. She has all the required age, experience and qualification. Alongside we are also getting points for Partner Skill qualification and State Nomination. However, just before filing the EOI to the NT State we found out a job offer is required in the same nominated occupation before applying.

 

 

Is there a way around it ? My wife is trying to reach out employers in NT but they prefer those who are physically present in Australia and not giving job offers without that. Also, most of employers prefer not to entertain overseas employees that means i'm losing out on many opportunities.

Moreover, we have got plenty of money that I'm looking to invest when we reach there.

 

 

What can we possibly do ?

 

 

Thanks

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Hello,

 

 

My question is related to the Northern Territory Skilled Nomination Program (190). My Mrs is planning to apply under the Northern Territory Migration Occupation List category of Database Administrator 262111. She has all the required age, experience and qualification. Alongside we are also getting points for Partner Skill qualification and State Nomination. However, just before filing the EOI to the NT State we found out a job offer is required in the same nominated occupation before applying.

 

 

Is there a way around it ? My wife is trying to reach out employers in NT but they prefer those who are physically present in Australia and not giving job offers without that. Also, most of employers prefer not to entertain overseas employees that means i'm losing out on many opportunities.

Moreover, we have got plenty of money that I'm looking to invest when we reach there.

 

 

What can we possibly do ?

 

 

Thanks

 

They want a job offer because people accept sponsorship and then don't move to the state. I guess particularly in IT occupations because there are more opportunities elee where. There won't be any leeway in this, they want a job offer and aren't going to take anything else. I think she needs to keep plugging away. Perhaps try SA too, although looks like they would also require a job offer, but at least it is two states to try.

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Thanks for your Reply Bungo. Well we cannot try for SA as now in my wife skill there is a special condition applied to score 80 points which is not being possible in her case. I have another way to apply 489 for NT. Do you think its worth a try? I am afraid what would be the implications if we are not able to secure a job in 2 years time?

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Hello,

 

 

My question is related to the Northern Territory Skilled Nomination Program (190). My Mrs is planning to apply under the Northern Territory Migration Occupation List category of Database Administrator 262111. She has all the required age, experience and qualification. Alongside we are also getting points for Partner Skill qualification and State Nomination. However, just before filing the EOI to the NT State we found out a job offer is required in the same nominated occupation before applying.

 

 

Is there a way around it ? My wife is trying to reach out employers in NT but they prefer those who are physically present in Australia and not giving job offers without that. Also, most of employers prefer not to entertain overseas employees that means i'm losing out on many opportunities.

Moreover, we have got plenty of money that I'm looking to invest when we reach there.

 

 

What can we possibly do ?

 

 

Thanks

 

Most States have now put in place much more difficult criteria for State sponsorship, as so many Migrants have exploited and continue to exploit the State sponsorship program.

 

Unfortunately many people in the past were sponsored by the Northern Territory without having the intention of ever setting foot there. As a result States and Territories have implemented changes to try and stop the rort.

 

The job offer requirement is now making it almost impossible for genuine candidates, as it will be very difficult to obtain a job offer without your physical presence.


Raul T Senise

Registered Migration Agent

MARN 0636699

www.ozimmigration.com

"If you think it's expensive to hire a professional to do the job, wait until you hire an amateur."

 

 

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Dear Raul,

I have sent across a request through your website. It would be great if you can have a look at it and get in touch for further action.

Hope you had a great Christmas and wish you a happy new year!

Cheers!

 

Most States have now put in place much more difficult criteria for State sponsorship, as so many Migrants have exploited and continue to exploit the State sponsorship program.

 

Unfortunately many people in the past were sponsored by the Northern Territory without having the intention of ever setting foot there. As a result States and Territories have implemented changes to try and stop the rort.

 

The job offer requirement is now making it almost impossible for genuine candidates, as it will be very difficult to obtain a job offer without your physical presence.

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