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Old 11-08-2009, 09:22 PM
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Thanks for your reply aba. You have correctly interpreted my situation and the alternatives that you have offered is exactly what I was looking for.

Now to obtain a skills assessment as a (Java) professional will 1 year of onshore experience be sufficient considering the fact that I have done Master's in computing professional from an Australian University or I will require 4 years of experience.

alternative 1 offered by you is really good that will save some money for me. I will try and research more on that.
As you have already obtained a positive assessment based on your qualifications, the ACS will only consider your employment experience when considering your application for a specialistation. Their guidelines state that you must have at least 12 month of employment experience relevant to the nominated specialisation. Whether you are successful will depend on how strong and detailed an employment reference you are able to provide.

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Thanks aba for the reply. I read the same on ACS, so thanks for confirming. My employer is willing write a good letter to help me get through with ACS. I have some formats for experience letter which only required the designate, role n responsibilities, part-time / fulltime job and that shud be it.

If there are better formats that you know of, could you please point me to them. Will be very helpful.

Thanks aba. Really appreciate all your help


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changing visa from 175 to 885

Dear Friends,
is it possible to change visa subclass 175 to subclass 885?
i already applied for visa 476 and i'm eligible to get 120 point required to apply for visa subclass175.
appling for 175 from my country is easier and economical than appling for 885 inside Australia, so if i apply for visa175 and go to australia by visa476 ,is it possible to change 175 to 885?

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Old 01-03-2010, 04:42 AM
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There are different eligibility requirements for offshore and onshore visas and mothing to stop you applying for a different visa if you're eligible but more fees to be paid.





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