Guest kezza01

help with skilled visa assessment

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    Guest kezza01

    hi there,

     

    I am really confused with this skills assessment business...

     

    my husband is a fibrous plasterer with 12+ years experience and holds relevant qualifications etc. can anyone please help me find a skills assessor or links to website. we want to apply for the skilled independent permanent visa subclass 189 and live in the uk.

     

    I have been on the DIBP website but that confuses me even more?

     

    if someone to go through the steps then that would be great.

     

    thankyou

     

     

    kerry

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    The best thing to do is speak to a Mara registered agent. They often do a free initial assessment and will be able to help you get started.

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    The best thing to do is speak to a Mara registered agent. They often do a free initial assessment and will be able to help you get started.

     

    Now OMARA.

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    Find the job title your partner would be applying under and next to that there will be a code and the assessing body.

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    Guest kezza01

    I have finally worked it out. I was confused about the whole offshore thing. we will need to use TRA and not offshore. I was overloading myself with too much info, I think.

     

    can anyone now give advice on who to use to certify our documents? I know there is a very long list on the website but would like to know who you used.

     

    thankyou

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    So if your not off shore I assume that means you are here in sa. If so you can get a jp to do it. My local library has one who sits in at set times and it's free.

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    Guest kezza01

    no, we live in the UK? now I am confused again? when looking at my husbands skilled job (fibrous plasterer) it says to use TRA.

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