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Independent skilled visa subclass 189


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Old 10-19-2012, 11:13 AM
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Independent skilled visa subclass 189

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I am currently in the process of getting my migration assessment done by CPA Australia and I was wondering if it is Required by DIAC to get skilled employment certified by The assessing authority. I I am getting my degree certified, but with regard to my current job, I don't want my employer to know about the fact that I am applying for immigration at this stage. My previous job, for which I do have a letter (for 2 years work ex)had pretty much the same job description and i am sending that letter for skilled employment assessment, which should give me an idea on whether or not my current employment will be considered for purpose of point calculation.

Can I submit a skilled employment letter that has not been certified by assessing authority, directly to DAIC?

Thanks for your help in advance!


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Old 12-24-2012, 06:56 AM
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Hi, you can send the appointment letter of your current employer along with few pay slips. Your employer would not know it. This would confirm your current job status. But to get your Chartered Accountancy assessed by ICAA it is advisable to send the proofs of your current employment. If you work with any CA firm then i guess you would need some sort of letter from your current employer.

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Old 12-24-2012, 07:04 AM
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Well, what i did is i send them draft letter. If require, ask them to modify a bit. The reason? To get your profession skill assess by the body from Oz. Why? Just to make sure your profession not leading to somewhere which is not in your scope....hehe (This is what i told them)
So far i only change 3 employers. Luckily, they're all willing to give me their letter. Always maintain good relations with previous employer, no matter how a$$h** they are. It's good for your future


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