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Thukten2018

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Hi everyone, how likely it is to get an invitation with 65 points for state nomination? My occupational group agriculture scientist? Thank you.

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Has the state you are applying to got any minimum points standards for the occupation? 

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Not for my occupational group but for engineers and doctors.

9 hours ago, VERYSTORMY said:

Has the state you are applying to got any minimum points standards for the occupation? 

Not for my occupational group but i have seen pro rata arrangement for ICT, engineers etc. Agriculture scientist is in MLTSS list meaning it is still in demand.

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On 09/05/2019 at 02:36, VERYSTORMY said:

Has the state you are applying to got any minimum points standards for the occupation? 

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When you go to the website for the state you have requested sponsorship from, they will have their own criteria for offering sponsorship. Some states vary it by occupation, some not. Some have criteria such as must have high points, others may insist on a job offer or that you have studied in the state. So, has the state you are applying to for sponsorship set any criteria 

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10 hours ago, VERYSTORMY said:

When you go to the website for the state you have requested sponsorship from, they will have their own criteria for offering sponsorship. Some states vary it by occupation, some not. Some have criteria such as must have high points, others may insist on a job offer or that you have studied in the state. So, has the state you are applying to for sponsorship set any criteria 

I am applying for NSW, there is no need to have a secured job offer nor required to have studied in the state, the minimum points required is 65.. so, considering all these factors? is it likely that I will receive NSW 190 with 65 points (English 10, work experience 5, age 30, qualification 15, state sponsor 5)?? please help.

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Probably. But, it is impossible to say. I have seen people declined sponsorship. You will just have to wait and see

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9 hours ago, VERYSTORMY said:

Probably. But, it is impossible to say. I have seen people declined sponsorship. You will just have to wait and see

What are the trends recently with regards to my occupational group? I am worried now.

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I am afraid I don't know and we have very few people over the years applying under the same group. 

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8 hours ago, Thukten2018 said:

What are the trends recently with regards to my occupational group? I am worried now.

I don't know about trends for your specific grouping however if you read the NSW 190 you will see that they say they use English ability as one of the main differentiation points in deciding who to invite, so I would suggest you look at increasing your current language 10 points to the highest 20 points value

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8 hours ago, Ausvisitor said:

I don't know about trends for your specific grouping however if you read the NSW 190 you will see that they say they use English ability as one of the main differentiation points in deciding who to invite, so I would suggest you look at increasing your current language 10 points to the highest 20 points value

It has been so difficult for me to get the desired score in PTE. I have been struggling for several months. 😞 I will have to try again I suppose.  

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