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Salary slips and bank statement for experience confirmation by DIAC


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Old 06-30-2012, 09:49 AM
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Salary slips and bank statement for experience confirmation by DIAC

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I have applied for 175 visa 2 days before and my agent is forcing me to get all the salary slips and bank statements against the pays for the tenures I have worked in my last as well as all companies. Whereas as per DIAC information booklet for skilled migration visa they require only the latest salary slip from the current employer at the time of application.

Please let me know how as I'm in trouble collecting salary slips 6 years backlog as well as 7 years bank statements.

Is all this really required by DIAC? I'm claiming experience for the last 5 years for 15 points as my overall experience is less than 8 years.

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Hunny


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Old 06-30-2012, 12:19 PM
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Your agent seems a little OTT. Have you asked them why they want more information then what DIAC requires? Is it because your agent just wants to leave no possible reason for a refusal?
I think it is very OTT and I haven't heard of anyone else having that issue before... if the CO wants every single payslip from the last 6 years they can ask for it.
(Although to be on the safe side maybe try and dig one up from each employer, each year and have them ready).


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Old 06-30-2012, 12:30 PM
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I think the agent is trying for strongest case I'm trying my best as I know there are 28 days leverage to upload all documents after launching the application. Please correct me if wrong


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I think the agent is trying for strongest case I'm trying my best as I know there are 28 days leverage to upload all documents after launching the application. Please correct me if wrong
yeah you do get 28 days from the day you logged (paid) for the application to get all your docs uploaded


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