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Hi

Any idea about the NSW PESC processing centre. I mean it’s disposing of cases quickly as compared to other States centres ?

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hello guys 

i got a 187 visa refusal 13 june 2019.

RCB Applied september 2017

RCB Approved nov 2017

Visa applied september 2017

Nomination approved March 2019

Further documention  april 2019 ( RPL documentation , Medical , etc)

Visa refused June 2019 

Reason not  provides some documention like job reference , ato summary but i provided all documention to my lawyer but he did not upload all documention . thats why co is not satisfied with documention and refused visa . what ever documention co mention i provided all to my lwayer but he did not upload anything. anyone have any suggestion for me what need to do . 

This is soo shocking that after nomination cleared and visa is is rejected. This happen very seldom.

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9 hours ago, september cook 2017 said:

hello guys 

i got a 187 visa refusal 13 june 2019.

RCB Applied september 2017

RCB Approved nov 2017

Visa applied september 2017

Nomination approved March 2019

Further documention  april 2019 ( RPL documentation , Medical , etc)

Visa refused June 2019 

Reason not  provides some documention like job reference , ato summary but i provided all documention to my lawyer but he did not upload all documention . thats why co is not satisfied with documention and refused visa . what ever documention co mention i provided all to my lwayer but he did not upload anything. anyone have any suggestion for me what need to do . 

This is sad. Sorry for that. You were so close to get a visa but its ok you should go for AAT and explain to them that you provided everything. You will win. I know its hard and gonna be a long wait but you have chances to get a visa. 

What documents did they ask to upload and your lawyer didn’t do it?

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6 hours ago, Rajat Babbar said:
10 hours ago, september cook 2017 said:

hello guys 

i got a 187 visa refusal 13 june 2019.

RCB Applied september 2017

RCB Approved nov 2017

Visa applied september 2017

Nomination approved March 2019

Further documention  april 2019 ( RPL documentation , Medical , etc)

Visa refused June 2019 

Reason not  provides some documention like job reference , ato summary but i provided all documention to my lawyer but he did not upload all documention . thats why co is not satisfied with documention and refused visa . what ever documention co mention i provided all to my lwayer but he did not upload anything. anyone have any suggestion for me what need to do . 

This is soo shocking that after nomination cleared and visa is is rejected. This happen very seldom.

For RPL certificates they are very strict. He mentioned that his agent did not uploaded the documents that is why his visa is rejected. Guys who are dealing RPL make sure provide your PYG and bank statement of your work experience.

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8 hours ago, Tipu said:
On 04/06/2019 at 09:34, Sameer 120 said:

 

Tipu still waiting for golden email. No news so far. Just  frustrated with this long waiting after nomination granted, last 24 months  been hectic and hell.How about you any good news?

Edited by Sameer 120

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11 hours ago, september cook 2017 said:

hello guys 

i got a 187 visa refusal 13 june 2019.

RCB Applied september 2017

RCB Approved nov 2017

Visa applied september 2017

Nomination approved March 2019

Further documention  april 2019 ( RPL documentation , Medical , etc)

Visa refused June 2019 

Reason not  provides some documention like job reference , ato summary but i provided all documention to my lawyer but he did not upload all documention . thats why co is not satisfied with documention and refused visa . what ever documention co mention i provided all to my lwayer but he did not upload anything. anyone have any suggestion for me what need to do . 

 Sorry to hear that, you should report this lawyer. The lawyer should know know what to upload. By the way, what’s RPL?

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6 hours ago, Sameer 120 said:

Tipu still waiting for golden email. No news so far. Just  frustrated with this long waiting after nomination granted, last 24 months  been hectic and hell.How about you any good news?

Dear Sameer

Thank you very much for sharing your circumstances. No news as yet. Indeed, the waiting period is really frustrating in a situation when the other people who applied much much later were getting their PRs. 

Good luck to you and request for prayers. Regards 

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Hello Friends

all the 187 visa holders

I got very IMPORTANT piece of information here 

You all will be very happy seeing this video.

I hope this will help to ease your frustrations

follow this link

 

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33 minutes ago, Hairdresser 187 said:

Hello Friends

all the 187 visa holders

I got very IMPORTANT piece of information here 

You all will be very happy seeing this video.

I hope this will help to ease your frustrations

Clarifications about 2 years work obligations 

follow this link

 

 

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18 hours ago, Hairdresser 187 said:

 

Hi everyone please read this carefully if anyone wants to leave employer after granted visa or they are exploited by employer 

 This article is written by experienced migration agent over 20 years experience, who specially deals with 187 visa. 

Leaving your visa sponsor | 187 visa

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In the visa application form, as the applicant, you are required to declare that you:

  1. Agree to work in the nominated position for at least two years
  2. Understand that if you as the applicant, or any family members included in the application or third parties acting your behalf, provide (or have provided in a previous application) false or misleading information, or bogus documents either knowingly or otherwise, the visa application will be refused and you may be subject to three year bar in relation to visas to which the fraud criterion applies. Any visa granted may be cancelled.

Effectively, this means that when your visa application is lodged, you must have the intention to work for your sponsoring employer in your nominated role for at least 2 years from the date that the visa is approved.

You need to continue to have this intention until a decision is made on your application. If your intention changes before lodgement, or during processing, and you no longer intend to work for your sponsoring employer for at least 2 years from when the visa is approved, then you should either not lodge the application or inform the Department and withdraw your application (which ever is applicable to your situation).

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Section 137Q – Cancellation of permanent residency

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Section 137Q gives the Department the power to cancel the permanent residency that you obtained through RSMS. The section itself is relatively straight forward and states that permanent residency granted under the RSMS pathway may be cancelled if:

  1. You do not commence employment in your nominated role within 6 months of the date of approval (if you are in Australia at the time of approval) or within 6 months of entering Australia as the holder of a RSMS visa AND you do not satisfy the Department that you have made a genuine effort to commence employment within the 6 month period; or
  2. You commence employment but you terminate your employment within the first 2 years AND you do not satisfy the Department that you have made a genuine effort to remain in your nominated role for the required 2 years.

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How is the Department notified?

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Generally speaking, the most common way for the Department to find out is through the employer notifying the Department that you have either failed to commence employment, or you terminated your employment before you have completed 2 years.

The Department can also find out about the termination of your employment through information that it receives from other government departments, such as the Australian Taxation Office, the Australian Securities and Investments Commission, Centrelink etc.

As the visa holder, you are not under any specific obligation to notify the Department if your employment is terminated.

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Relevant considerations in assessing ‘genuine effort’

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If the Department does decide to conduct an investigation, under policy, the following must be considered when the Department determines whether you have made a ‘ genuine effort’ (the below is a direct extract from the Department’s policy):

  1. The visa holder’s reasons and/or circumstances leading to the failure to commence work or to complete the two year employment period (family or personal considerations may be a factor under these circumstances)
  2. The possibility that the visa holder, in collusion with the employer, does not commence work within the six month period or resigns shortly after commencing work, as part of an arrangement to help the visa holder enter or remain in Australia
  3. In the case of termination, the period of the visa holder’s employment with the employer prior to termination of the employment (generally, periods of more than 12 months may be considered as a genuine effort) and
  4. Any other matter which is relevant to the commencement or termination of the employment.

The below is a summary of other relevant parts of the Department’s policy in relation to s137Q:

  • If you are ceasing employment on ‘reasonable grounds’, you are expected to give your employer reasonable notice.
  • The Department is unlikely to decide that you have not made a genuine effort if your failure to commence or your termination of employment was due to circumstances outside of your control (e.g. your employer’s financial loss, bankruptcy or closure of the business).
  • The Department may decide that you have not made a genuine effort if you ‘deliberately damaged or sabotaged the employer’s business to cause the dismissal’.

At the end of the day, policy does state that decisions made under s137Q are a matter to be resolved between the Department and the visa holder. The former employer can provide information to the Department but they are not involved in the ultimate decision-making process.

Consequently, if the Department is considering the possibility of cancelling your visa, the Department will need to contact you to give you the opportunity to present your side of the story.

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Before you ask…

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Please do not ask us whether it is ok for you to leave your employer before completing the required 2 years of post visa approval employment. I’m sorry but I’m not going to respond to comment questions asking me to predict whether the Department will take any action against your permanent residency.

 

One of our clients did contact the Department before he left his employer – he asked the Department whether it was ok for him to leave and whether the Department would take action against his permanent residency visa. The Department expressly advised:

 

The Department is unable to determine whether or not a visa would be cancelled prior to ceasing employment. The assessment can only be made after the event, that is, after the visa holder ceases employment with the nominated employer.

 

If the Department cannot even tell you what is going to happen before they complete an assessment, then I certainly cannot predict the Department’s actions.

 

I would say that if you ceased employment because your employer no longer needs you (irrespective of why this is the case – it can be a change of management, closure of the business, lack of work etc.), then I think that the Department is unlikely to take any action against your permanent residency.

 

Also, if you have obtained your Australian citizenship, then I do not think that the Department would take any action against your citizenship if you leave your employer

 

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My timeline:

Rcb applied - 3rd Aug 2018

Rcb approved - 3rd Aug 2018

Nomination applied - 9th Aug 2018

Visa Applied - 28 Sept 2018

Nomination approved - 17 June 2019

Visa app opened(initial assessment) - 17 June 2019

Request for AFP(spouse and I) - 17 June 2019

Occupation - Marketing Specialist, QLD 

Turnover - 5.3

To submit AFP soonest and hopefully get the golden mail there after. 

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On 14/06/2019 at 09:13, Yun said:

Can any one please help me..

I installed tapatalk..

How will we get access to this forum

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On 16/06/2019 at 15:04, september cook 2017 said:

ANY ONE DOES SKILL ASSESSMENT AS A COOK WITH RPL CERTIFICATE ? WHATS THE REQUIREMENT FOR THAT

Hi 

mate are you considering to reapply your visa with the same nomination?

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Hi Guys , is there any one waiting for Nomination Or Visa more then 35 days after requested documents????

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36 minutes ago, Davv said:

Hi Guys , is there any one waiting for Nomination Or Visa more then 35 days after requested documents????

Hi Davv

Yes, I m waiting for visa since 9.5.2019

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Hi everyone 

processing time updated today but no change for 187 DE.

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6 minutes ago, Tipu said:

Hi everyone 

processing time updated today but no change for 187 DE.

Ya i noticed it too. I am fed up of this wait. Hopefully someone will tell us when will our file get open.

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Hi guys,

I got nomination approved yesterday Monday 17/06, only 1 day after submitted required documents.

Required documents for nomination: BAS, financial documents, payslips, PAYG, NOA, letters from accountant and boss.

Visa opened on same day and requested: AFP, form 80, health check, release pte score.

Occupation: cook

state: vic

visa, rcb, nomination: December 2017

 

finger cross for all of us 🤞🏻

 


Occupation: Cook - Vic

Visa, nomination, rcb: 19th Dec 2017

Rcb approved: Jan 2018

Nomination opened: end of May 2019, requested: Bas, financial documents, letters from accountant & owners, PAYG, NOA, payslips.

Nomination approved: 17th June 2019

Visa opened: 17th June 2019, requested: AFP, form 80, medical, release PTE score - submitted: 3rd July

Granted: 17/07/2019, 2 weeks after s56 submitted 🎉

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Hi Guys , is there any one waiting for Nomination Or Visa more then 35 days after requested documents????
35 days... hahahhaha
I am waiting from 8 months from requested documents...
Imagine my situation

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On 15/10/2018 at 03:53, Mano@187 said:

Who likes what mr home affairs ( Peter dutton) has done in the past years. 

I never thought immigrating is this hard even when you submit a complete application.

 

Hi guys May 2017 cook WA 

got a sad news nomination got refused 3rd June. Saying business cannot afford to pay for next two years. So shocking as business have 1.8  million turn over  .

very frustrating 

 

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15 hours ago, Tipu said:

Hi Davv

Yes, I m waiting for visa since 9.5.2019

I am also same... More Information requested at the end of April 2019, I have submitted the requested documents for Visa on 9.5.2019.... still waiting..

 

dont know when they will open our file again 🤞

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But my case is different,

applied in South Australia as a Retail Manager and Nomination got refused.

RCB Applied 07/2016

RCB Approved 09/2016

NOMINATION and VISA Applied 09/2016

NOMINATION got Refused 12/2017

Applied for AAT (Nomination and Visa) 01/2018

AAT Requested more information for Nomination 03/2019

 

NOMINATION Approved by AAT Officer without hearing 03/2018 (same day as we submitted the documents)

DOHA requests S56 More Information 26/04/2019

Submitted the Documents on the 09/05/2019

 

STILL NOTHING 🤞🤞🤞🤞

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