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Old 08-30-2013, 08:47 AM
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what is your occupation code and points?
261112 60points


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261112 60points
out of 1380 .....918 invitations(66%) had been issued for your occupation........till 6th August......not yet updated regarding..........August 19th invitation round........If you look at graph.....more than 800 hundred invitations issued to 60 pointers...... I hope you get your invitation soon........If..... your occupation ceiling is not reached ..........

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out of 1380 .....918 invitations(66%) had been issued for your occupation........till 6th August......not yet updated regarding..........August 19th invitation round........If you look at graph.....more than 800 hundred invitations issued to 60 pointers...... I hope you get your invitation soon........If..... your occupation ceiling is not reached ..........

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Hi Mark,

I have put the following experience in EOI:
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Dates: 06/06 - 05/08 (1yrs 11mths)
Position: Systems Engineer
Employer: Xenon Systems
Country: INDIA

Dates: 05/08 - 05/13 (5yrs 0mths)
Position: Senior Software Engineer
Employer: Champions Technology
Country: AUSTRALIA
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I got +ve assessment letter from ACS. Due to recent changes, ACS has
mentioned that my employment after June 2008 is considered to equate to work at an appropriately skilled level and relevant to 261313 (Software Engineer) of the ANZSCO Code. So only 4 years 10months has been considered.

I have given my ACS reference number and submitted the EOI.

Then I understood that I have to show 5 years skilled assessment to prove my skills.

So I have applied for review, to include my recent experience ( from May 2013 to Aug 2013).

Now, my question is:
1. Since I have already included ACS reference number, Can i update my EOI after getting my review assessment letter.?

2. In Some forums, I have read that the skilled assessment should have an earlier date than EOI application submission date. In that case, if I update my review assessment details in the EOI will that be a problem?

or Do I need to cancel my existing EOI and submit new EOI after getting review assessment letter?

Please help me.

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Dear bharathi,

Could you please share you experience as I'm now going through exactly the same situation as yours.

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ACS ANZSCO code

I have a question on similar lines.

Does ACS assess our skills and propose a new ANZSCO code to which our skills are relevant? for eg: we apply for skills assessment with code X and after assessing the skills, ACS says my skills are relevant to code Y.


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Hi Sraayi -

This happens sometimes - if an ACS assessor feels that your skills are a better match for a different ANZSCO code, they have the discretion (but are not required) to notify you that another code would have a better chance of success - this usually comes in the form of a letter that notifies you that it is likely that your current code will not result in a successful application, but that another code may and seeks your permission to change to code for the assessment you've ordered.

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