Wed 8 Aug, 2007 09:40 am
Iam sravanthi working as a software engineer in india on oracle apps platform,i have been working for almost 4 years,
I am planning to apply PR for australia,
Could any one please guide me regarding this,
Could please suggest whats the eligibility criteria
Hi sravanthi this lakshmi did you get exact reply for u r question
Sreekanth here, working on the same platform in hyderabad for more than 3 Yrs. I'm planning to migrate to australia by applying pr from here through consultancy. do you think we can do ourself this whole process or its better by consultancy. i have a few consultancy no's with me near to home. As far as i know we should have a min of 4 yrs degree and 3 yrs exp in job. Please let me know ur thoughts on this.
U have 4 years of eperience.. so it is easy to apply for pr...
R u going to apply for own or u r going through any consultancy...
i have an address of one consultancy in which i am going to apply for pr to australia... if u need any information mail me at [email protected]
i vil send u the consultancy address and all....
scammers are all around us.
hii...have u applied for PR? can u plz give me the consultancy details through whom u hv lodged ur PR?
I've been through the PR process with my wife. If you've got good grounds to get it, then you don't need a consultancy. They charge a lot to do what you can do yourself. My main advice would be, don't contact the department unless instructed to do so as part of the process. That's the best way to set yourself back.
Did u just download the form and filled it and submitted.
Can you share the process. I am also trying to apply for it by myself.
I used a consultant. They did all the forms. But my wife didn't have good English skills. If your English is OK, and you've got all your education records, and no criminal record, then do it yourself. Fill in the forms completely. Tell the truth. DO NOT call the department to check on the progress of your application.
Thanks a lot man.
And how much time did it take.
From date of submission to approval was about 7 weeks, but keep in mind that was for a prospective marriage visa. Not PR. She's got PR now, but there were a couple of bridging visas along the way. But the one thing I'll point out again. NEVER contact the department to check on the progress of your application. You will go straight to the bottom of the pile.
And i have to just show the experience letters for all my work experience. Right.
Thanks a lot it was of gr8 help.
Work experience, education records, anything you've got. You certainly wouldn't be the first IT professional to come from India. My understanding is that there is a shortage in that field.
I am sorry, but I have nothing with which to assist you.