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Old 11-11-2013, 03:50 AM
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Hello experts,

In fact I read in details about the immigration process, and I'm somehow aware about process and the starting; and I got lot of info from this forum, however I'm now in a stage to decide about the occupation I have to apply to and the details that need to be contained in the experience certificate for ACS assessment.

I have a little confusion due to the following:

most of my experience (7 years and half) in "IT and IT Security" project management and the first two years are in helpdesk and system administration.
I'm holding a college a diploma (two years and half) in Telecommunication and networks since 2003
my age is 31 and 3 months almost.

ICT project manager 135112 comes under CSOL list which is good for state sponsorship and subclass visa 190 which require immigrant to work two years in the sponsor state and also require to proof fund available in my case 40,000 $ at least since I have a family.

ICT business analyst 261111 comes under SOL list which is good for skilled independent subclass visa 189 and this one doesn't require state nomination/sponsorship and also doesn't require proof of fund.

do you think it will be possible to apply for second option (subclass 189) consider my experience as mentioned above? and do you think this visa is better as I believe?.
also do you think I can claim 15 points at least from my experience?

Thanks and looking for advice!
Emad


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