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Can I assist My CO in Experience Verification..


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Old 01-30-2010, 10:27 AM
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Can I assist My CO in Experience Verification..

Dear Colleagues,

Accountant sub class 175, application date Nov 2008

I have recently been requested by my CO to send them Form 80 for me and my spouse which I have submitted I have already sent them my one page experience letter...but I have been assigned the CO after 14 months and 25 months back (Jun 2003 to Dec 2007)I have left my job as Manager Accounts and many people have got changed from that office,,,it was a government sector company and if some one would try to call even in that office it would be difficult for those telephone operators who deliver the calls to any next office what and about whom they want to inquire about...so I was worried...

If I assist my CO in the following way,

1. I can Send via mail copies of some e mails letters I have written during my stay there, and
2, A statement about my job resposilities from my old colleagues there..

will it work...and help them assess my relevant experience..Pls Advise

Regards,

Mohsin


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Old 01-30-2010, 06:37 PM
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Any suggestion pls....Regards

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Dear Colleagues,

Accountant sub class 175, application date Nov 2008

I have recently been requested by my CO to send them Form 80 for me and my spouse which I have submitted I have already sent them my one page experience letter...but I have been assigned the CO after 14 months and 25 months back (Jun 2003 to Dec 2007)I have left my job as Manager Accounts and many people have got changed from that office,,,it was a government sector company and if some one would try to call even in that office it would be difficult for those telephone operators who deliver the calls to any next office what and about whom they want to inquire about...so I was worried...

If I assist my CO in the following way,

1. I can Send via mail copies of some e mails letters I have written during my stay there, and
2, A statement about my job resposilities from my old colleagues there..

will it work...and help them assess my relevant experience..Pls Advise

Regards,

Mohsin


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Old 02-03-2010, 09:54 AM
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I suppose it would do no harm to advise the CO that you were aware of a number of changes that have taken place in your former workplace and if getting information to verify your experience proved difficult that you could supply copies of some correspondence.

On the other hand, a CO will advise if any further information is required and forwarding when not asked may just confuse the situation.

Anything you do send or even advise the CO of should be written very clearly and more so than what you have indicated in your paragraph describing it.

I would hope when you submitted your application you took note of what is required in relation to experience and you can see that by clicking on the experience headings in the self assessment table of the Visa eligibility section and/or having a read of Booklet #6.
Any additional information you ever supply ought to be in accordance with details specified.

Not to do so is a very good way of having a visa application rejected.





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