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  1. letsgotoaussie
    04-18-2018 04:19 PM - permalink
    letsgotoaussie
    Hi Mr. Rusell

    I received my ACS results in March with my experience to be relevant from Aug 2009 to date...statutory declarations were submitted for all experiences...in my current company I joined recently (October 2017) and don't want verification to be done as they will not vouch for me and I don't want them to get a hint of PR...so can I mark my most recent experience as not relevant in visa filing and proceed...I will still have 8 years of experience for 15 points based on the previous job that can be counted until August 2017............(I received positive assessment for current job)...

    Also, I had filed my EOI under 189, ICT BA last week marking current job as relevant and received an invite with a score of 80.
    a) Should I withdraw my current EOI and file a new one marking current job as non - relevant
    b) Should I file a new ACS and show the current job as non-relevant
    c)Any other options?

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