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Old 11-23-2017, 03:57 AM
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Hi There!

I am an engineer with 4 years working experience. I recently went back to school in Australia in a non-engineering field. I want to apply for Australian Immigration under subclass 189. I would like to know being 10 months in non-engineering school may decrease my qualification when I send my documents for Engineer Australia to assess? And also I obtained my Masters degree about 10 years ago outside Australia, do you think I will get its 5 point?

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