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Skills Assessment for Migration

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Old 06-28-2019, 03:21 PM
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Skills Assessment for Migration

Hello everyone!

I hold a university degree in economics (5 years of full-time study), and I've been working as a proprietary trader on the stock market(s) for the past three years. Strictly speaking, I'm neither employed by anyone nor am affiliated with anyone, thus assuming risks as well as benefits. I've bank accounts, all the necessary documentation supporting past transactions and I've been audited.

The closest I've found on the list of occupations is "Financial Market Dealer", so I was wondering what would be the way of corroborating one's experience and skills in my case as I don't have an employer?

Thank you very much in advance!

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Old 06-29-2019, 02:41 AM
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Have a look at the website of the relevant skills assessment authority :

From memory, there are some instructions there about documentation for those who are self-employed.

They also provide a consultation and document checking service, so that may be a good starting point.

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