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Old 12-04-2017, 04:11 AM
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Thank you for the reply ,The fact is my supervisors are presently in other countries dont know will they go to this extent to take soo much pain ?


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Timmona ;

Thank you for the reply ,The fact is my supervisors are presently in other countries dont know will they go to this extent to take soo much pain ?

I know this is such a pain .. no one has time for these type of work. I was lucky because my all seniors were in India only , so I managed. But there is one more way to this problem but you have to figure it out through googling the content etc

when company and seniors could nt provide the reference letter, in that case there is a option to do it as SELF DECLARATION of your work ... I am not 100% sure about it but you have to confirm if you can give self declaration for your previous work.

NOTE: I can give you one tip to get this done ..Call 2-3 visa consultancy and ask them that you want to consult for your visa process though are not going apparently, but pretend that you will take their help. Just in discussion tell them that I heard about references letters but in may case my seniors won't be able to help me. If I start my processing with you but how you guys will handle this problem of mine. Juts try to understand what alternative options they are suggesting you .. it will give you a good move . Because they deal with such kind of problems ..

I hope this helps!!!!

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Old 12-04-2017, 04:43 AM
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I know this is such a pain .. no one has time for these type of work. I was lucky because my all seniors were in India only , so I managed. But there is one more way to this problem but you have to figure it out through googling the content etc

when company and seniors could nt provide the reference letter, in that case there is a option to do it as SELF DECLARATION of your work ... I am not 100% sure about it but you have to confirm if you can give self declaration for your previous work.

NOTE: I can give you one tip to get this done ..Call 2-3 visa consultancy and ask them that you want to consult for your visa process though are not going apparently, but pretend that you will take their help. Just in discussion tell them that I heard about references letters but in may case my seniors won't be able to help me. If I start my processing with you but how you guys will handle this problem of mine. Juts try to understand what alternative options they are suggesting you .. it will give you a good move . Because they deal with such kind of problems ..

I hope this helps!!!!
Thank you very much wise suggestion . I should have done this long ago hehehehhe


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Old 12-06-2017, 12:54 AM
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Hi Team,
I have a query.My work experience is 4.8 years as of now (6-dec-2017).
My 5 years will only be completed in April 2018.I want to apply for PR now.

The skill assessment site shows that "All relevant work experience completed after the Skill Level Requirement Met Date will be considered Skilled Employment and eligible for points under the skilled migration points test. "


While the Department of Border and Immigration says that we can make changes to our EOI if your points have increased, for example, you have gained new work experience, a higher qualification, or passed a higher-level English language test "

As per the skill assessment site, the first two years is considered as training and therefore I will have only 2.8 years in total (4.8-2) and will not be eligible for any points since points will be counted only if we have 3 years minimum.

I am confused and wanted to know if my experience will be added subsequently.
Could you tell me what exactly is considered?Will applying now pose a problem?
I desperately want to apply now and don't want to wait further.
Thanks in Advance


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Old 12-15-2017, 05:26 AM
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sorry for posting here ..but need your expertise advise

I am processing for Skill assessment under engineering Australia. I have submitted Self Declaration from one of my co-worker while submitting the document.
I got the below message from assessor " Please note that affidavits are not accepted in lieu of 5 point duty statement from the company. You are therefore advised to provide the 5 points duty statement from the company"

So now Question is.....
1. As per my company policy, I will only get the reference letter after leaving the company as they are liable to provide only for EX-employee. HR person is ready to give me on email why they cant give the letter.
Also, they have given my letter which includes my tenure and designation with working hours.
So can I go ahead and submit that letter and attach an email from HR?


2. Why did EA not accept my Declaration? Do I need to submit another declaration?


Please someone help me here . How I would process further.


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