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am from pakistan and working on MS Dynamics ERP.
Below are the my working experience

1) Designation : Techincal Lead
Duration : feb 2009 to date
2) Designation : ERP Consultant
Duration : feb 2008 to DEC 2008
3) Designation : Software Engineer
Duration : sept 2007 to Jan 2008
4) Designation : MIS Officer
Duration : Mar 2005 to Sept 2007

And I have done Bachelor in Computer Science (3 Years degree) and my age is 27 years.

Can I apply for Skilled Immigration ?


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Welcome to the forum naveed and with the basis for any skilled migration being initially the skill, that is what you need to get assessed first.

On the immigration web site Department of Immigration & Citizenship > visas > workers > professionals , at top is the SOL link and there you'll find various computer work categories and at back of the list the web site and contact details for the assessing authority ACS.

If you get a successful assessment from them, computer categories being on the CSL and you get an appropriate ielts score you should have sufficient points for a 175 visa application and if you successfully seek a state nomination 176 visa that will give your application a hire priority.

From workers > visa options > outside of Australia and you'll see 175/176 and they have an eligibility section with all details.

Read all visa sections information, the links and use the checklist in "applying for this visa" section and have a read of the sticky thread #4 in respect to priorities and government policy/decisions.





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