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Old 01-03-2010, 07:52 PM
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Remember that State sponsorship and DIAC will assess you independantly frfom each other. You could get state sponsorship, but DIAC will require that you meet the basic requirements, which if I remember includes recent experience and relevant experience. If I read this correctly I understand it to mean that even though you meet the points for state sponsorship DIAC will assess you to see if you meet the basic requirements. Note that the State that sponsors you wont confirm your recent experience - that is left up to DIAC.

check out the following link to be sure you wont run into problems:

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Dear Sir,

Please chaneg your nick you look quite reasonable not any hors wors and Thanks thanks and agian very grateful for this useful info..

really a bomb shell on me as I was not aware of this change in recent work experience requirement that you need also to be in the same profession satisfying 12 months requirements as you were at the time of lodgement of application...quite a big change but the attached list in the above link does not contain Accountant profession but now I am more into computers related profession which I have seen also in CSL list do I need to get that experience assessed also?

and think of re lodging all my case again or send this change as part of existing application already lodged under Accountant profession...

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My honest response would be to look at what occupation you are claiming points under (and have had assessed by a skills assessment body in Australia) and make 100% sure your experience matches this occupation.

Before you do anything drastic, get some professional advise from a reputable immigration agent. If your case gets too complicated you might consider seeking some outside help from one of them, but first check your nominated occupation, make sure your skills assessment is for that occupation and that you have the relevant experience to match it.


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My honest response would be to look at what occupation you are claiming points under (and have had assessed by a skills assessment body in Australia) and make 100% sure your experience matches this occupation.

Before you do anything drastic, get some professional advise from a reputable immigration agent. If your case gets too complicated you might consider seeking some outside help from one of them, but first check your nominated occupation, make sure your skills assessment is for that occupation and that you have the relevant experience to match it.
Dear Sir,

Thanks for e mail, ya I am not going to do anything drastic, but

1. Do you agree that all professions under skilled immigration are not required to have their latest experience in the same profession they have nominated at the time of lodging their application reference your earlier link?

2. To be at safe end I have sent an e mail to DIA and explained them the change in occupation in a way that still I am in accounts side but more of my work is related to ERP Oracle financials and asked them to advise me should I get a revised assessment in the same profession I am into now... waiting for their reply..

3. I am sick of immigration consultants as this forum is much much more helpful than these money mintors I prefer DIA people to see guideline or this forum only rather than so called credit card based consultants and in Pakistan where I am they would give u rather non professional advises,

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point 1. I would agree
point 2. good idea - just make sure you were specific enough, what about your assessing body like CPA - would they not be able to give some guidance?
point 3. You are correct, I have heared that they make a lot of money for little effort, though they might have some experience in this sort of dilema


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Hi again,

1. Sir, if my profession is not there which is Accountant profession to have up dated recent work experience why I should be worried, anyhow I am waiting for DIA response as well, and one more favor I have trying hard to get that list from DIA website which you have referred me in the link but I am unable to find can you guide me that professions link feom DIA site,

2. For Accountant Profession my assessing body was NIA but if I go for IT related it will be ACS so if I contact NIA they would say they only verify the accountans related experience and vice versa i think assessing body will not be helpful,
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I would have thought all professions would require recent wiork experience, but lets see what DIA comes back with

Which link are you trying ?


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Its the link on DIA site when you click What's new and then it gives you recent chnages for Visa 175-176 and further it does not give you any list of professions for recent work experience changes, Mohsin


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do you have an address?


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do you have an address?
the link is as follows,

What's New? Recent Changes in General Skilled Migration

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