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Miscellaneous questions on ANZSCO and certified copies. Please help.


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Old 08-20-2013, 09:15 AM
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Miscellaneous questions on ANZSCO and certified copies. Please help.

Thanks for clicking on my topic. :-)

I am new in exploring ways to go to Australia as a skilled immigrant. Please have a look at my 2 basic general questions:

1. I see sometimes ANZSCO codes in longer and sometimes in shorter format. For example: 261311 and 2613. Is the shorter format intentionally used in order to become less specific so that multiple ANZSCO codes can be referred to?

2. We know, paper copies of original documents should be made and then those copies should be certified, scanned, and uploaded to SkillSelect for submitting an EOI. Regarding copies, what should be the best of the 3 ways we can make a copy BEFORE we get it certified, as listed below?

option-1: Scan the original copy and then print the file generated by the scanner on a color printer.
option-2: Make a color photocopy of an original document.
option-3: Make a black-white photocopy of an original document.

Thank you.


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Old 08-21-2013, 08:39 AM
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Someone please reply. Thanks.


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Old 04-12-2014, 12:47 PM
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This is exactly my question also, it's mentioned paper copies, r u from bangladesh I think u should use migration agency, contact with me.


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