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Job change post ACS assessment, Can I claim point for it? Help!


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I have got my positive ACS assessment result on 29-Jan-2018 for ANZSCO code 261313 and updated the same in my Skillselect EOI. I have changed my employer here in Australia on 16th November 2018, but my roles and responsibilities are still the same to what I mentioned in my ACS assessment. Further, I have the supporting documents ( statutory declaration, payslips, bank statement etc) for the new Employer.

I will be completing 3 years of Australian work experience on 30th January 2019.

I have the following concerns as per my current situation :
1) Can I mark my new work experience as relevant while updating my EOI, as my roles and responsibilities remain the same?
2) If I mark my new work experience as relevant, do I need to reassess my skills via ACS or providing adequate documents supporting my new work experience shall suffice?


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Old 01-20-2019, 03:00 AM
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Thanks, Westly for the quick reply.
Since my roles and responsibilities are still the same, this new job experience is relevant according to me and I have required documents including payslips, stat dec etc. But this new experience is not there in my ACS letter.
So Should I update my EOI with this new experience as relevant to claim 5 additional points or I need a reassessment in order to mark it as relevant?

Note- If I mark it as relevant I will get an invite in the very next round.
Please suggest


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