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Old 04-09-2013, 07:33 AM
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Hi TechGurl -

I'm really not sure what to tell you.

You've painted yourself into a corner in 2 ways - with EA and DIAC. Either or both could potentially conclude that your first skills assessment/EOI submission involved bogus/fraudulent documents, which could trigger all sorts of problems not to mention a visa refusal on PIC4020 grounds (supplying false info and/or documents to DIAC or a skills assessment authority), which could come either upon application, or even some time after the visa is granted - do you really want to make it all the way through the visa process only to have your PR cancelled sometime later and get kicked out of Australia? Probably not.

The choice is yours as to how to handle this. My suggestion: always tell the truth. If that means lodging another EA skills assessment application, then you may want to consider it. They'll see the duplication, so you'll have to somehow explain the difference in employers. Same for the DIAC invitation - if questions come up, you'll have to decide how you want to answer those. At this point you've already supplied incorrect information to both EA and DIAC, so you run the risk of getting "busted" for the bad information no matter how you proceed. You'll need to think carefully about your next steps. But I urge you to strongly consider correcting the wrong info supplied to DIAC and EA - even if you get the PR visa based on this bad info, that visa can be cancelled by DIAC later on if the bad info is discovered, and you may not have much of a defense. Living in fear of that sort of thing, in my opinion, is no way to live. My view is that whatever the "punishment" may be, better to be honest, do the right thing, and pay the price now and try to move forward as you're allowed to. You may want to get professional assistance in terms of moving forward, explaining the problem to EA/DIAC, and making sure you're aware of the regulations and laws that could affect you in this situation.

As I don't have much info at all on your case, please understand I cannot give you any specific advice regarding your case, and am commenting here in general terms only.

Please advise if I can assist going forward -

Best,

Mark Northam

Thanks a lot for the details.

Sure, I would like to have your assistance.

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Hi TechGirl -

Suggest you contact me directly via email [email protected] and we can discuss the situation and options.

Best,

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Old 11-24-2013, 02:34 AM
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Hi mark ..

I need a little clarification about immigrant visa evaluation for 189.

Can you pour some light over how does the authorities verifies your experience ? Over the phone ? Email or Else ?

If possible kindly send me an private msg (if allowed on this forum). I would be greatly thankful to you.

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Hi King -

DIBP normally requires a letter on letterhead from the employer verifying a person's employment - including start/end date, title, full/part-time status, and if possible the duties/tasks of the job. Even if a letter is provided, it is common for DIBP to confirm the letter by contacting the employer by phone to verify the letter (there have been many cases of faked letters, etc) - this seems to be the verification method that is most commonly used.

Hope this helps -

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