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Skills Assessment Rejected - Appeal or Review?


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Old 06-10-2015, 02:58 AM
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Skills Assessment Rejected - Appeal or Review?

Hi,

My domestic partner and I are currently applying for permanent residency in Australia. We carefully submitted our documents for skills assessment but our request got rejected last week. We were not given much information as for the reason for rejection.

We have the option to appeal this decision within 30 days. We would like to know how to draft the appeal in order to increase the change of success. Also, we would like to understand the legal consequences of submitting an appeal. In general, what are the concrete advantages of hiring a immigration agent? Does that improve significantly the chances of getting approved? Thanks a lot in advance!

Regards,

Florent


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Old 06-10-2015, 04:54 AM
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Hi,

My domestic partner and I are currently applying for permanent residency in Australia. We carefully submitted our documents for skills assessment but our request got rejected last week. We were not given much information as for the reason for rejection.

We have the option to appeal this decision within 30 days. We would like to know how to draft the appeal in order to increase the change of success. Also, we would like to understand the legal consequences of submitting an appeal. In general, what are the concrete advantages of hiring a immigration agent? Does that improve significantly the chances of getting approved? Thanks a lot in advance!

Regards,

Florent
In your post there was no information about which assessing body refused you, or why.

There is no point in appealing a refusal decision unless there is some prospect of success.

I suggest that you put the full facts of your case to a registered migration agent for advice about possible strategie
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