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Old 04-03-2016, 04:42 AM
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Skill assessment

Which are the major factors which play key role in obtaining positive skill assessment. I kindly request everyone to share their thoughts regarding this basic step that has to be taken for subclass 190. Thanks in advance


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The major factors in a skill assessment are showing that you have appropriate qualifications and work experience at the skill level required. All claims need to supported by genuine documentation as they will be verified. Any fraudulent documents will be discovered and result in either 3 or 10 year bars from being granted another visa for Australia.

The documentation needed will vary according which occupation you have and which skills assessor is doing your skills assessment.

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The major factors in a skill assessment are showing that you have appropriate qualifications and work experience at the skill level required. All claims need to supported by genuine documentation as they will be verified. Any fraudulent documents will be discovered and result in either 3 or 10 year bars from being granted another visa for Australia.

The documentation needed will vary according which occupation you have and which skills assessor is doing your skills assessment.
Thank you for your reply Sir.
Can you please go through my case and profile here:
I am a mechanical engr with 2.5 yrs of experience in quality control department of manufacturing industry in India. I score 55 pts (age- 30pts+ qualification- 15pts + IELTS- 10pts). My question is, what are the probabilities of obtaining an invite from NSW for a mechanical engr with proficient english skills. My next major query is, As I am working as a junior quality control engr in mechanical firm, most of the duties mentioned in ANZSCO website doesnt match with my duties. So, am I going to obtain skill assessment positive from Engineersaustralia
and may I know if I can expect some positive results with the help of MARA agent? Thanks in advance


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