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190 NSW and big complicated problem


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Old 03-29-2016, 03:24 AM
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190 NSW and big complicated problem

Currenty I applied for 190 NSW. Now I am going to add my work exp because I have completed my 3 years last month. Following are my points.

Currently I live in Sri Lanka

Age - 30
AU study - 5
BIT(AUS) - 15

IELTS - 0
Professional year - 5
NSW - 5
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60
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after adding my work exp it will be 65 and I also can apply for 189 vith 60 points.
My ACS assessment is from 263111( Computer networks and system eng) I got it without showing my exp and showing my degree and Professional year)

Questions are
1.Do I need to do a re assessment from ACS.
2. Can I update my EOI with new experence and acquire 5 points.

Pleas explane this to me..really strggle with this problem.

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I got the answer from ACS

As per the Page 3 of the Skills Assessment Guidelines for Applicants



The skill level requirement date for the Post Australian Study Skills Assessment will be noted as the completion date of the relevant Australian degree. Suitable employment completed after the completion date of the relevant Australian degree will be eligible for points under the skilled migration points test.



If you applied under the same ANZSCO (263111) your skilled date would be the completion date of your Australian Bachelor degree (July 2010).

For your experience to be deemed skilled it would need to assessed as closely related to the nominated occupation and a change of ANZSCO may result in a different outcome these factors cannot be determined until time of formal assessment


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