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Old 08-20-2013, 05:48 AM
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Reg ACS assessment

Hi,

I am new to this forum. I have done my acs assessment recently.

It was bit confusing.

In the letter they have said:

The following 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.

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



I want 15points, i.e 5 years from Australian Employment. I would like to whether the above assessment was sufficient to get 15points?

Could anyone help me?

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Hi -

Unfortunately due to ACS' requirement implemented last year to deduct a number of years, depending on the type and relevance of your educational qualification, until you are considered "skilled", they have deemed you as skilled "after June 2008", therefore you would only be able to claim work after that point for points on the skilled visa points test. Given that, you would have less than 5 years as skilled in Australia, and would only be able to claim 10 points (more than 3 yrs but less than 5 yrs).

Hope this helps -

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Old 08-20-2013, 06:30 AM
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Hi Mark,

Many thanks for your response.

But as per there assessment, my australian experiance is Jun 2008 to may 2013. So it has 5 years right?

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You need to carefully analyse the dates. "After June 2008" would normally mean "Beginning 1 July" whereas "Beginning June 2008" would include the month of June 2008. however the key is to calculate exactly when the first 2 years of your experience was completed. In theory, after that date you are considered "skilled" however you may want to contact ACS and get them to clarify for you (in writing or email) exactly when they consider you as being "skilled" - woudl it be 1 June 2008, 30 June 2008, or 1 July 2008. That's really important in your case.

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Just a question, will you be able to get assessment for your education as well? Let say in my case, I'm a bachelors degree graduate in Electronics Engineering in a country outside Australia but my work here is in the field of IT? So my degree is different with my work here. But I have enough experience (13 years) in the field of IT. Will they give points to my education as well?

Second question, how can I get points for work experience. Let say I have a total of 5 years working experience in the field of IT where my Australian employer nominate me. However, 3 years of that IT working experience is I don't have Certificate of Employment. This is because that company where I was employed terminated me due to reasons that I didn't finish the required 30-day notice for resignation. It was a family emergency that time so I didn't finish the 30-day notice but that company didn't consider it.


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Many thanks Mark.

I will check with acs tomorrow.


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Hi Mark,

I spoke to acs. They asked me to submit review with employment till date. so that they can include may2013 to aug 2013.

I have already submitted my EOI. can i update my EOI after I get updated letter from ACS?


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Hi Mark,

I spoke to acs. They asked me to submit review with employment till date. so that they can include may2013 to aug 2013.

I have already submitted my EOI. can i update my EOI after I get updated letter from ACS?
Hi Mark,

I have submitted my review. Should I still keep my already submitted EOI active? or cancel the EOI and apply new EOI after getting acs review result?


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Hi -

Difficult to say without seeing all your documents and seeing exactly what is in your EOI. If the EOI contains any information you cannot provide evidence for, you may want choose another route. You may want to keep your EOI in place with all work listed that has been verified by ACS. If ACS provides approval for additional employment, then you may want to then modify your EOI to include the additional employment period(s) once ACS approves them.

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Hi -

Difficult to say without seeing all your documents and seeing exactly what is in your EOI. If the EOI contains any information you cannot provide evidence for, you may want choose another route. You may want to keep your EOI in place with all work listed that has been verified by ACS. If ACS provides approval for additional employment, then you may want to then modify your EOI to include the additional employment period(s) once ACS approves them.

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Hi Mark,

I have put the following experience in EOI:
------------------------------------------------
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
-----------------------------------

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.

Thanks


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