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Old 08-25-2018, 04:49 AM
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Help!! Curent Employer Experienceq

Since November 2008, I have worked with three companies. I applied for ACS on November 2017. Had joined a new company in October 2017. I provided details for the previous three companies A, B, C for the ACS evaluation. ACS evaluation came in Feb 2018. In the ACS report, my experience start date was given as November 2014.

When submitting EOI for 189 category visa, I added the experience of the fourth company D which I am still working with. I have received an invite.

I have two doubts:

1) Will the experience of company D, which is not mentioned in the ACS report, considered for the Visa application?

2) Can I provide affidavit/statuary declaration by a senior in the company D? I have Employment Reference letters from all the previous companies.

Please help.

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Old 08-25-2018, 06:01 AM
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You may want to consider asking ACS to assess your new work experience. Give them a call and find out.

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Old 08-25-2018, 06:38 AM
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Originally Posted by Jeremy Hooper View Post
You may want to consider asking ACS to assess your new work experience. Give them a call and find out.
So the current ACS evaluation, which does not include company D would be invalid then? That would also invalidate my EOI and ITA, right?

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