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Old Sep 9th 2002, 5:30 am
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Might be of interest to some ...
http://www.gomatilda.com/news/article.cfm?articleid=224

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Old Sep 9th 2002, 6:37 am
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Default Re: Latest skilled occupations for State Nominated visas

hi,
am a bit confused regarding the STNI scheme.whats the experience required in such visas?do they go through the ACS?also,if i apply as an IT manager,whats the experience required and do i get a job through this or just a PR?
any help will be appreciated
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Originally posted by Alan Collett:
Might be of interest to some ...
http://www.gomatilda.com/news/article.cfm?articleid=224

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and a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales
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Old Sep 9th 2002, 6:50 am
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Hi Rohit.

STNI visa applicants have to meet the same basic requirements as skilled independents (=> a skills assessment is needed), etc, but don't have to get to the pass mark.

So for those who are on (say) 105 points and who have an occupation on the SA or Victoria skilled occupations list the STNI is a way forward.

And State Nomination is definitely not a job offer, or a guarantee of employment in the State

Does this clarify things?



Originally posted by rohit_tar:
hi,
am a bit confused regarding the STNI scheme.whats the experience required in such visas?do they go through the ACS?also,if i apply as an IT manager,whats the experience required and do i get a job through this or just a PR?
any help will be appreciated
regards
rohit





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Old Sep 9th 2002, 8:57 am
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Default Re: Latest skilled occupations for State Nominated visas

hi Alan,
thanks for the prompt reply
well skill assesment means that it has to pass through the acs,in other words,the 4 year experience criteria holds after 1st oct 2002..so in effect the only relaxationis the number of points we need to qualify,am i correct?
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Originally posted by Alan Collett:
Hi Rohit.

STNI visa applicants have to meet the same basic requirements as skilled independents (=> a skills assessment is needed), etc, but don't have to get to the pass mark.

So for those who are on (say) 105 points and who have an occupation on the SA or Victoria skilled occupations list the STNI is a way forward.

And State Nomination is definitely not a job offer, or a guarantee of employment in the State

Does this clarify things?


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Old Sep 9th 2002, 9:17 am
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Yep, that's a fair summation.

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Originally posted by rohit_tar:
hi Alan,
thanks for the prompt reply
well skill assesment means that it has to pass through the acs,in other words,the 4 year experience criteria holds after 1st oct 2002..so in effect the only relaxationis the number of points we need to qualify,am i correct?
regards
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When i go through the revised list (VICTORIA) for IT people , i found the specialisations under computing professionals is same as that one listed under MODL. Will this imply that applicants who don't have MODL points doesn't get nomination under STNI.
Alan Collett, will you please clarify this....
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Old Sep 9th 2002, 11:43 am
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Yep, sounds a reasonable conclusion.

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Originally posted by sivaprasadv77:
When i go through the revised list (VICTORIA) for IT people , i found the specialisations under computing professionals is same as that one listed under MODL. Will this imply that applicants who don't have MODL points doesn't get nomination under STNI.
Alan Collett, will you please clarify this....
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Old Sep 9th 2002, 7:55 pm
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Please help me answer question in some sense only related to Victoria STNI Scheme. I
hope to get a PR ( Skilled Independent) in very close future. Since I have not
specified my destination in Australia yet , Victoria direction is also possible... I
wonder if Victoria Government can help me anyhow if I decide to settle there. My
job is listed on Skills in Demand List (7-12 2002 ) Thanks for help Nuta




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    > Might be of interest to some ... http://www.gomatilda.com/news/article.cfm?articleid=224
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    > and a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales
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