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Old 03-29-2010, 01:31 AM
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ACS skills assemment results interpreatation

Hi All,

I was only 3.3 years experience when I applied for ACS skills assessment.

Do I need to apply fos ACS only after 4 years of professional work experience since I dont have Australian degree for migration?
My assessment says
"You have been assessed as meeting the qulification requirements for Group A of the ACS PIM 2, but do not satisfy the requirements for relevant professional information information technology experience of 4 years."
"Your skills have been assesed to be usuitable for migration under 2231-79 of the ASCO code".

Is am unsuitable for migration under 2231-79 because of lack of 4 years IT experience?
OR
Even though I had genuine 3.3 IT specialised experience in the 2231-79 MODL occupation, Was the information which I had provided to ACS made me unsuitable for migration under 2231-79?

Please help me by giving some hints.
If Is there any formal way of accessing the above information kindly provide me the pointers?


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CDP


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Old 03-29-2010, 03:00 AM
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Whichever way you want to look at it, re:
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My assessment says
"You have been assessed as meeting the qulification requirements for Group A of the ACS PIM 2, but do not satisfy the requirements for relevant professional information information technology experience of 4 years."
"Your skills have been assesed to be usuitable for migration under 2231-79 of the ASCO code".

Is am unsuitable for migration under 2231-79 because of lack of 4 years IT experience?
OR
Even though I had genuine 3.3 IT specialised experience in the 2231-79 MODL occupation, Was the information which I had provided to ACS made me unsuitable for migration under 2231-79?
I think they have been quite clear in stating your lack of 4 years experience.
That is specified as a requirement by ACS and in applying without 4 years experience you can only expect the outcome you got.

btw., there is no MODL anymore, no points for it and new Immigration regulations are being introduced, a sticky thread at top of the section having a link.

At the very least, wait until you have at least 4 years experience and then check how you may be placed with the new Immi regs if you have an ACS positive assessment.





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