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I dont have pay slips, or bank statements to prove, what do i do?


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I dont have pay slips, or bank statements to prove, what do i do?

Hi everyone,

I want to apply for skills assessment as a Business Analyst with ACS. I have two and a half years experience, acs only requires two, my current employer is a big company and they are willing to give me the necessary letter, i also have pay slips etc to support this. . . BUT . . . the first year and half experience i have was with a small company that is no longer in operation, i dont have pay slips or bank statements to prove the pay, i was paid in cash once in 2 or 3 months which i never deposited (wasnt that much!) . . . . i can get a statuatory declaration and a corrobborative proof from the person who owned the company . . . . .will that be enough or do u think they'll reject my application?

Thanks in advance to anyone and everyone who can help. . . . also my brother lives in australia but as i understand there is no advantage in him sponsoring me since there is no extra points for that nor does that change the fact that i still need to get the skill assessment from ACS.

I have a Business INformation TEchnology degree from Staffordshire University, UK . . .although the name is misleading it is actually a proper all out IT degree, id like some advice as to whether they would consider this a highly relevant degree or not,i have listed the subjects below

Level 0:
The first year is a one-year full-time programme. Level 0 comprises the following modules:

Business Systems Analysis, Design and
Construction 1
Business Systems Analysis, Design and
Construction 2
Learning for Success
Publishing for the World Wide Web
Business Information Systems and Organisations
Quantitative Tools for Computing
Fundamentals of Computer Networks
Software Development

Level 2:
The second year is a one-year full-time programme. it comprises the following modules:

Relational Database Systems Development
Networked Computer Systems
Information Systems Organisation & Mgt
E-Commerce
Web Applications
Object Oriented Methods
Business Decision Techniques
Applied Research Methods & Professional
Development

Level 3:
The third year is a full-time programme. Level 3 comprises the following modules:

Information Systems Strategy
Perspectives in Systems Analysis and Design
Developing E-Commerce Applications using XML
Project Management
Applied Communication Technology
Residential Case Study or Group Case Study


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Thanks in advance


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