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Old 06-20-2016, 08:36 AM
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Points For Skilled Employment

Dear Gents,

I have been following this useful forum for some time, but now I have an inquiry regarding points calculation for Skilled employment.
I have been working as a Civil Engineer for almost 4 years now (in 3 different companies), but Engineers Australia is only awarding me 15 months (in the previous 2 companies due to lack of governmental evidence), plus the full duration in my current company (13 months).
My question consists of two parts:
1) Should I fill my EOI with the awarded dates only, or I can use the actual dates and try to convince Immigration department to overwrite Engineers Australia's decision ?
I only have experience certificates from previous companies, but the social insurance covers portion of employment in each one (which is the portion Engineers Australia approved).
2) If not, I will have to wait few months to meet 36 month target. In this case, Will I have to re-assess my experience duration again even if I'm still working in the same company that Engineers Australia approved all my employment duration with, or Immigration department can increase my employment duration easily ?

Waiting your appreciated comments

Thanks in advance,


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Old 06-20-2016, 12:48 PM
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If Engineers Australia did not accept the evidence you provided for work experience then it is unlikely that DIBP will. Suggest you wait until you have the full three years of verifiable work experience.

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Old 06-20-2016, 01:12 PM
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Thanks for your reply
But in this case I will have to reassess the additional duration by engineers australia or DIBP can accept it directly if I'm still with the same employer ?


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