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In order to emigrate to either the United States of America or Australia, based on employment, the company, and you, have to prove that you have the required skills and expertise, and that hiring you wouldn't displace someone already in the country and eligible for the same job. There is a huge difference between jobs for which you're qualified, and jobs for ...


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It is a problem... When providing references you need to follow specific standard of letter, below are 2 examples one that got rejected other accepted... Successful: Failed: And when you fail you get following... I suggest you make forms for each company that look like former example, then get originals to Australian embassy for notarisation (17GBP per ...


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If you find a company that wants to hire you, they will apply for that visa. The main point is not what qualifications you have in detail, but that they cannot find equivalently qualified resources on the US market. Although there is some supposed weakness in the execution of these rules, that is all that should count. What you should look at is if there ...


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Obviously I can only go by my own experience and I am not an immigration consultant But I was in this exact situation - I have a 1 year conversion from Sheffield University MSc Information Systems. ACS assessed it as being an relevant degree with a Major component of ICT. It was the highest level of qualification. As the comment says - because it is 12 ...


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You should apply as the primary applicant because you'll be able to get more points. If the application is approved, both of you will get permanent residence and the right to work. You should both take the IELTS and have your degrees assessed because your maximum point totals are reduced because of your spouse, but depending on her scores and degree, she ...


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It can't be anything but 3 years in total, regardless of what or where the experience was acquired. Were you to indicate 6 years, your application could be seen as irregular, or deceptive, as the details wouldn't substantiate the numbers.


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Yes of-course. You can and you should. The Provincial Nomination process ends with an express entry profile. When you get a nomination letter from a province, you should create an EE profile and upload the letter there and persue the rest of the process from federal channel. PN gives you 600 points in EE and you will get selected from EE pool at the next ...


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The timing may be an issue and your financial documentation may not fully support or meet what is expected (added emphasis mine). Proof of funds – Skilled immigrants (Express Entry) You must show that you have enough money to settle in Canada to meet the minimum requirements of: the Federal Skilled Worker Program or the Federal Skilled ...


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H1b qualification requirements from the USCIS website: A bachelor’s degree or higher degree or its equivalent is normally the minimum requirement for the particular position; The degree requirement is common for this position in the industry, or the job is so complex or unique that it can only be performed by someone with at least a bachelor's ...


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As long as your employment letter is correct format they will be accepted... Attach everything, you cannot get points taken away only added, I have MCP (Microsoft Certified Professional) and I was pondering is it worth adding it as certification, so I just printed a page with credentials (see below) and they gave me 5 points for it... I didn't even notarise ...


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The requirement is "Unless you are currently authorized to work in Canada and have a valid job offer from an employer in Canada, or you have been invited to apply under the Canadian Experience Class" Either way you've lived in Canada before. Having a job offer gives you more points, but doesn't remove the funds requirement.


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Australia's Skilled Independent visa (subclass 189) is a permanent visa, allowing you to live, work in the country and, if you're eligible, eventually apply for citizenship. As such, you can enter anytime on or after the date indicated, October 2016; the visa lasts indefinitely and any entry to Australia is sufficient for validation. You simply need to ...


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It looks like you do except under certain circumstances as detailed on this page and listed below: Do I need to include proof of funds for Express Entry? You will be asked to enter in your Express Entry profile the amount of money you will have to help you settle in Canada. This is to show that you can support yourself and any family who come with you to ...


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That person was correct. If you do not hold a bachelor's degree, it's 5 years within the last 10 years or 6 years over your entire work history (AKA some work experience is more than 10 years old) if the diploma, advanced diploma, or associate degree is closely related to your nominated occupation. See the Summary of Criteria pdf and look for the first ...


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You don't have to prove experience for the expression of interest but will have to if invited to officially apply. Here's the official application booklet: https://www.immigration.govt.nz/documents/forms-and-guides/inz1105.pdf See page 10 for specific information about proving work experience.


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It is possible to get a residence visa directly. If you have enough points for your Expression of Interest, then you will be offered an invitation to apply. You do not need to have a job offer before applying, but you are expected to be looking for a job. If I remember correctly, there is some initial period of time after you are granted a residence visa ...


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Other than already having Canadian PR, being in Canada for 3 years, and pass citizenship exam if required, there are nothing you can convert to citizenship. That said, normal work permit with LMIA will almost guarantee getting the PR. Work permit through GTS is just normal work permit - requiring LMIA - so you should be able to start PR process with that. ...


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Australian system is point-based. For independent skilled immigration you have to get 65 points. You could get points from your age, English level (IELTS), education or degree, professional experience, partner skills and some additional rare requirements. The details are here. Skills, education, degree for you and your partner have to be assessed by ...


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Is this disclosure needed for immigration procedure (you have not yet lived in Canada) or you have already lived in Canada and the disclosure is related to Canadian tax? If the former, you probably want to be more specific on which category you apply and where you are in the process. If the latter, this question probably better asked in Personal Finance &...


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There is hope. I successfully applied for permanent residency with BSc Microbiology PGCE Secondary Science Teaching MSc Information Systems I got the 189 visa as an Analyst Programmer. The MSc counted as ICT major which is closely related to your nominated occupation The first 2 qualifications were largely irrelevant though a degree of any sorts did ...


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You can refer to the page 13 of this document.


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You will need to have the job offer first and then the company has to apply to the USA government for a visa for you. There are scams and exploitative employers out there so be on your guard. This site is global but has a lot of USA jobs and should flag ones with visa offered https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=16735011


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I asked the question you linked, and while the answerer's post was correct at the time, it no longer holds. If you look at the official information, you can now read that it is explicitly stated that: You will receive points for your highest qualification only. I can recall exactly that a while earlier, it was not stated so explicitly, and (I assume) the ...


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The ACS is the appropriate body to evaluate your skills, as your education and experience would appear to be within Information and Communications Technology (ICT) The ACS ICT skills assessment will assess if your educational qualifications and work experience are at a professional ICT level and closely related to the nominated occupation (ANZSCO) for ...


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It is ok. I have my name misspelled (a typo) on one of my references and IELTS exam and they got accepted by ASC, so you should be fine... They expect to get references sometimes with full name sometimes not....


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From the guidelines, yes, all claimed work experience needs to be assessed. There can be extra points awarded if you have an Australian degree with 1 year or more post-graduation work experience.


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