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Proper Procedure for Assessment/VISA Application


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Old 12-27-2009, 08:13 AM
 
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Hi, Good day!
I am a newbie here and not familiar with the current processes and procedures on how to apply as an Independent (Migrant) under ASCO 2125-13(Telecoms Engineer), (hope this fit's my job description).

Could you please help me identify all the documents needed for assessment? Am i really the one who should send the requirements directly to Engineers Australia or I should send it first to the Australian embassy(Philippines)?

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Hello fheng and welcome to the forum,

I have heard of 2125-13 for Electronic engineering also covering communications and http://www.immi.gov.au/allforms/pdf/1121i.pdf P5 indicates IEA being the qualifications authorising organisation.

So yes, the first step for independent GSM applications is to have your qualifications assessed, that being an entirely separate process to the visa application. You'll find the web site and contact details for the IEA at the rear of the SOL list.

On successful assessment, you'll then be ready to make your visa application, anpther mandatory requirement is to have 12 months experience within the last 24 and you'll find all details under eligibilty for the 175/176 visas if you proceeed with Visa Options from Professionals and other Skilled Migrants - Workers - Visas & Immigration

There is also information on applying in the applying for this visa section and a Checklist included to help with the process and the Booklet referred to is also a greatr aid.

Also on the above link, have a look at What's New and on that link, #5 in particular re processing priority FAQ which we also have a sticky thread for in this section.





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hello fheng
Could you tell me what is exactly your position as telecom engineer. ?
In fact, I m telecom engineer working as a VAS engineer and i m so confused about the adequate asco i have to use to apply for skills assessment.


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