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Good news- 176 VE -SOL but not SMP Now in Cat4- DIAC corrected its table

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Hi

 

DIAC has edited its processing time table and has included other visas categories which were forgotten in the last announcement.

For instance the 176VE applicants who were included in SOL and off from SMP list were not listed in the first announcement and many believed that those applications will be considered in Cat5 and now are included in Cat4 which is a good news for them.

There are some other changes in the table which can be seen through the following link

http://www.immi.gov.au/about/charters/client-services-charter/visas/8.0.htm

 

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Reza & Zahra,EA Assessment 21 APR 10,SS 18 Aug 10,176 lodged 01 Sep 2010, Co 15 Dec 2010, PCC and Meds call 11 OCT 2011, Visa Granted 07 Nov 2011, Aussie Citizen 19-Sep-2016:arghh:

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Hi

 

DIAC has edited its processing time table and has included other visas categories which were forgotten in the last announcement.

For instance the 176VE applicants who were included in SOL and off from SMP list were not listed in the first announcement and many believed that those applications will be considered in Cat5 and now are included in Cat4 which is a good news for them.

There are some other changes in the table which can be seen through the following link

http://www.immi.gov.au/about/charters/client-services-charter/visas/8.0.htm

 

97644913026886476325.jpg

 

Thank you for this info! Could someone explain me what they mean with low risk and high risk? How can I know, or find out what I am?

 

Sandy


 

 

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The terms 'Low risk' and 'High risk' show whether passport holders are eligible to apply for an Electronic Travel Authority (ETA). Low risk applies to nationals from countries which issue ETA eligible passports. A list of these can be found on the department's website. High risk countries are those which are not ETA eligible.

See: Australian Electronic Travel Authority

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The terms 'Low risk' and 'High risk' show whether passport holders are eligible to apply for an Electronic Travel Authority (ETA). Low risk applies to nationals from countries which issue ETA eligible passports. A list of these can be found on the department's website. High risk countries are those which are not ETA eligible.

See: Australian Electronic Travel Authority

 

 

Thanks a lot for your quick answer! So now its clear, thanks!


 

 

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Hi

 

DIAC has edited its processing time table and has included other visas categories which were forgotten in the last announcement.

For instance the 176VE applicants who were included in SOL and off from SMP list were not listed in the first announcement and many believed that those applications will be considered in Cat5 and now are included in Cat4 which is a good news for them.

There are some other changes in the table which can be seen through the following link

http://www.immi.gov.au/about/charters/client-services-charter/visas/8.0.htm

 

97644913026886476325.jpg

 

Hi reza,

 

It was really mystified for 176VE applicants whose nominated occupation removed from SMP. Thanks God the matter has been cleared by DIAC.

 

Best,

Nadeem

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Hi reza,

 

It was really mystified for 176VE applicants whose nominated occupation removed from SMP. Thanks God the matter has been cleared by DIAC.

 

Best,

Nadeem

 

Let me give you some exciting news. If you lodged a SMP application and later your occupation is removed from SMP list then you will remain in SMP priority. This is what DIAC told me. It means that you should not be worried for removal of your occupation from SMP list

 

I am writing to you today in response to a Global Feedback Unit (GFU) enquiry you lodged on 11 July 2011 in regard to your application for General Skilled Migration (GSM). The Feedback Case number is IMMI-11-10267. Please quote this number in any further enquiries relating to this matter.

 

Your feedback relates to priority processing arrangements.

 

From 1 July 2011, processing priorities (with highest priority listed first) are:

 

  • 1. applications from people who are employer sponsored under the RSMS program or who have applied for a Skilled – Regional (subclass 887) visa

    2. applications from people who are applying under the ENS program

    3. applications from people who are nominated by a state or territory government agency for an occupation specified on that agency's state migration plan

    4. applications from people who have nominated an occupation on the Skilled Occupation List (SOL) – Schedule 1 in effect from 1 July 2011

    See: Annual Update of Skilled Occupation List (111KB PDF file)

    5. all other applications.

 

If you have obtained a nomination from a sponsoring state or territory that was approved under a state migration plan (SMP) then your application is in Priority Group 3. If your nominating state or territory

remove your nominated occupation from their SMP list and you have already had your nomination approved by the Department your application will remain in Priority Group 3. Nominations that have

been approved under a SMP will not be reprioritised if the nominating state or territory decide to remove the occupation from their list.

 

Further information about Skilled Migration visa options is available from our website at: http://www.immi.gov.au/skilled/general-skilled-migration/visa-options.htm


Reza & Zahra,EA Assessment 21 APR 10,SS 18 Aug 10,176 lodged 01 Sep 2010, Co 15 Dec 2010, PCC and Meds call 11 OCT 2011, Visa Granted 07 Nov 2011, Aussie Citizen 19-Sep-2016:arghh:

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Let me give you some exciting news. If you lodged a SMP application and later your occupation is removed from SMP list then you will remain in SMP priority. This is what DIAC told me. It means that you should not be worried for removal of your occupation from SMP list

 

I am writing to you today in response to a Global Feedback Unit (GFU) enquiry you lodged on 11 July 2011 in regard to your application for General Skilled Migration (GSM). The Feedback Case number is IMMI-11-10267. Please quote this number in any further enquiries relating to this matter.

 

Your feedback relates to priority processing arrangements.

 

From 1 July 2011, processing priorities (with highest priority listed first) are:

 

  • 1. applications from people who are employer sponsored under the RSMS program or who have applied for a Skilled – Regional (subclass 887) visa

    2. applications from people who are applying under the ENS program

    3. applications from people who are nominated by a state or territory government agency for an occupation specified on that agency's state migration plan

    4. applications from people who have nominated an occupation on the Skilled Occupation List (SOL) – Schedule 1 in effect from 1 July 2011

    See: Annual Update of Skilled Occupation List (111KB PDF file)

    5. all other applications.

 

If you have obtained a nomination from a sponsoring state or territory that was approved under a state migration plan (SMP) then your application is in Priority Group 3. If your nominating state or territory

remove your nominated occupation from their SMP list and you have already had your nomination approved by the Department your application will remain in Priority Group 3. Nominations that have

been approved under a SMP will not be reprioritised if the nominating state or territory decide to remove the occupation from their list.

 

Further information about Skilled Migration visa options is available from our website at: http://www.immi.gov.au/skilled/general-skilled-migration/visa-options.htm

 

really the best exciting news of the day. thanks mate to share such wonderful information.

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