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Old Jun 1st 2005, 3:34 pm
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Do you have to include existing employer reference when sending off For TRA can it be sent with all previous employers?

May be a mad question but got to ask it.
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Old Jun 1st 2005, 4:39 pm
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Do you have to include existing employer reference when sending off For TRA can it be sent with all previous employers?

May be a mad question but got to ask it.
My agent has told me that we have to send current employer reference too.

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Old Jun 1st 2005, 5:24 pm
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My agent has told me that we have to send current employer reference too.

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The reason I ask this question as I asked an agent this question and I was lead to believe it would not be necessary straight away but I was not so sure about this.
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The reason I ask this question as I asked an agent this question and I was lead to believe it would not be necessary straight away but I was not so sure about this.

Hi I did not send referances from my present employer to the TRA, however I did include details of them on my application. Once I passed the TRA DIMIA requested further info about them i.e contracts, wage slips, etc

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Depends on whether you have sufficient work experience in previous periods of employment ...

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Originally Posted by JAR123
Do you have to include existing employer reference when sending off For TRA can it be sent with all previous employers?

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Old Jun 2nd 2005, 9:08 pm
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Depends on whether you have sufficient work experience in previous periods of employment ...

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My husband would have approx 16 years experience not including last 7 years with existing employer.
Just trying to see if we could start TRA without laying our cards on the table yet.
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Originally Posted by JAR123
My husband would have approx 16 years experience not including last 7 years with existing employer.
Just trying to see if we could start TRA without laying our cards on the table yet.
I passed my TRA in DEC 2004 having got 7 years of references over the past 15 years. I've worked all over the country and had loads of employers (I'm sub-contract bricklayer) . So my advice is get all the info you need and there shouldn't be a problem. Also Do it with out an agent it'll cost you allot and get everything certified before you send it. Good luck.
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I passed my TRA in DEC 2004 having got 7 years of references over the past 15 years. I've worked all over the country and had loads of employers (I'm sub-contract bricklayer) . So my advice is get all the info you need and there shouldn't be a problem. Also Do it with out an agent it'll cost you allot and get everything certified before you send it. Good luck.
Thanks for your reply.
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Originally Posted by chaddyb
I passed my TRA in DEC 2004 having got 7 years of references over the past 15 years. I've worked all over the country and had loads of employers (I'm sub-contract bricklayer) . So my advice is get all the info you need and there shouldn't be a problem. Also Do it with out an agent it'll cost you allot and get everything certified before you send it. Good luck.
hey chaddyb, do me a favour when you get a moment, im a brickie struggling to proove me trade,know any contacts that might want brickies imported? every duck 'n' dive's gonna be needed if im to get to the promised land.....lol, cheers m8
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