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    186 ENS

    Nomination Lodged 17 September 2017

    Nomination Approved on 3rd January 2018

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    27 minutes ago, steve 007 said:

    186 ENS

    Nomination Lodged 17 September 2017

    Nomination Approved on 3rd January 2018

    You transition Steve? What occupation?

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    But we don’t have anyone whom can buy this restaurant.nd cost is very high.everything in the hand of god. Let’s see what will happen.

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    Wow it seems if your job is on the MLTSSL your wait is 4-6 months, if on SOTSOL at least 12months. Regardless of whether DE or TRT as well I reckon

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    Congrats to the people who have recently got approval, it's great to see some positive news!

    All the best!

     

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    Nomination Applied: 29/03/2017

    Visa Applied:              30/03/2017

    Occupation:                Motor Mechanic  ( MLTSSL)

    Skill Level:                   3 

    LR Country | 186 ENS | 5 applicants | Status: Received

     

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    5 hours ago, Vic154 said:

    Wow it seems if your job is on the MLTSSL your wait is 4-6 months, if on SOTSOL at least 12months. Regardless of whether DE or TRT as well I reckon

    Where is the evidence for that? I don't see that happening on the spreadsheet at least

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    34 minutes ago, Parkesy said:

    Where is the evidence for that? I don't see that happening on the spreadsheet at least

    It’s not proof . If u go and notice recent approvals after July .. only skill level 1 and 2 are processing soon .. and if it is in long term list ,, yes it’s very speedy approval .. 

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    10 hours ago, Fah5Fun said:

    My friend was in the same boat with you. But she decided to buy the restaurant by her self. She asked her sister in law who was PR to be a director. Last year her PR was granted already.

    But we don’t have anyone whom can buy this restaurant.nd cost is very high.everything in the hand of god. Let’s see what will happen.

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    Where is the evidence for that? I don't see that happening on the spreadsheet at least

    It’s so obvious from the spreadsheet, and all the people announcing their grants recently on here. Someone on spreadsheet got approved for TRT and they applied in Sep 2017! MLTSSL of course

    Someone on here said a few months back that immi has two teams: one team manages MLTSSL so the high priority jobs, and another team the SOTSL. It’s set up and resourced so MLTSSL are done faster
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    1 minute ago, Vic154 said:


    It’s so obvious from the spreadsheet, and all the people announcing their grants recently on here. Someone on spreadsheet got approved for TRT and they applied in Sep 2017! MLTSSL of course

    Someone on here said a few months back that immi has two teams: one team manages MLTSSL so the high priority jobs, and another team the SOTSL. It’s set up and resourced so MLTSSL are done faster

    It’s more skill level thing .. they are processing skill level 1 and 2 .. I have not seen skill level 3 processing 

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    On 10/01/2018 at 17:09, ShaunR6883 said:

    I applied 30th March, no news as yet, hoping to hear something soon as it's into the 10th month....ENS 186

    I applied ens and 186 in oct 2016 no news yet

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    1 hour ago, ani_rm said:

    Any 186 approval for Restaurant Manager from 457 as TRT...

    When did you apply??

    i am waiting customer service manager TRT 12 months already 

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    1 hour ago, ani_rm said:

    Any 186 approval for Restaurant Manager from 457 as TRT...

    Only nomination was approved in August visa still waiting we apply for visa in July.

    it looks like some get approved earlier than others.

    restaurant manager is not a priority visa,like chefs,and some retail industries which are the one with the lowest wages in Australia.

    doctor nurse dentist IT etc etc have priority.

    for us in hospitality or retail just waiting and waiting and waiting even if we have paid the same amount of money of a nurse a doctor or IT Specialist etc etc

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    It’s more skill level thing .. they are processing skill level 1 and 2 .. I have not seen skill level 3 processing 

    How do you know what your skill level is? I’m TRT sales marketing manager

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    1 hour ago, Vic154 said:


    How do you know what your skill level is? I’m TRT sales marketing manager

    Check anzco code number of your occupation and then u check your skill level dear friend 

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    Vic 154 u are skill level 1.. u will get it soon 

    Thanks for the info! So your job dictates your skill level? You don’t have multiple skill levels per job depending on your own individual experience?

    Not true I will get it soon, I applied 01SEP17 but other people with same job TRT on list been waiting since Feb/March. Who knows....

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    2 minutes ago, Vic154 said:


    Thanks for the info! So your job dictates your skill level? You don’t have multiple skill levels per job depending on your own individual experience?

    Not true I will get it soon, I applied 01SEP17 but other people with same job TRT on list been waiting since Feb/March. Who knows....

    Its just luck of the draw IMO. Im skill level 1, high earning bracket, marketing specialist from an approved sponsor (large university), all docs submitted in June. Heard nothing.

    This is my third time going through the Aussie visa process and it never gets easier. Just gets worse! I paid nearly 40k in tax last year - you would think that the would want to make it easier for people like myself and many others in this thread ha!

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    Its just luck of the draw IMO. Im skill level 1, high earning bracket, marketing specialist from an approved sponsor (large university), all docs submitted in June. Heard nothing.

    This is my third time going through the Aussie visa process and it never gets easier. Just gets worse! I paid nearly 40k in tax last year - you would think that the would want to make it easier for people like myself and many others in this thread ha!

    I’m in same boat as you, work for big company and senior position. Been here 6yrs and worked every day I’ve been here.

    It’s annoying because all my mates who got their PR pre-April 2017 announcement all got theirs in around 4 months regardless of occupation, etc, seemed to be pretty standard timeframes back then. Now, no one has a clue how long it’s going to be.

    My MA told me last week I’m looking at anywhere from 6 to 16 months...at the moment. Bit of a wide timeframe that!!

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    1 hour ago, Vic154 said:


    I’m in same boat as you, work for big company and senior position. Been here 6yrs and worked every day I’ve been here.

    It’s annoying because all my mates who got their PR pre-April 2017 announcement all got theirs in around 4 months regardless of occupation, etc, seemed to be pretty standard timeframes back then. Now, no one has a clue how long it’s going to be.

    My MA told me last week I’m looking at anywhere from 6 to 16 months...at the moment. Bit of a wide timeframe that!!

    Oh really? 4 months is bloody quick! Well let us all know how you get on. 

    That time frame is hilarious ha. Is that from now? Or from when you lodged it?

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    On 07/01/2018 at 23:58, Fida said:

    Hii Brad..

    When you contacted dept, did he/she give you some information about processing or was it just an SAME WORDS response ie WE ARE WORKING ON IT?> I am thinking to call them, Waiting since 9months for TRT 186.

    Called them to follow up, I was wrongly advised. My application is still sat there,  not allocated. I was told to be patient. WAITING 16 MONTHS +

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