this might help u guys regarding ACS assesment on new SOL

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this might help u guys regarding ACS assesment on new SOL


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this might help u guys regarding ACS assesment on new SOL

My accupation is Network/Security enginner. few days back "Wanderer"
had advice me to contact ACS. because trasitional point was not clear to me. below is the responce. hope this would be informatiove to you guys


Dear Clients,

Your email has been received.

** IMPORTANT **

A new list of Skilled Occupations (incorporating ANZSCO codes) has been
published by the Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) on 17
May 2010 - this is in support of a proposed new Skilled Occupation List
(SOL) to be implemented on 1 July 2010. It is intended that the new SOL
would apply to all new GSM applications made from the date of
implementation, except where transitional arrangements are likely to be
provided for. Subject to the approval of the Governor-General in Council
of amendments to the Migration Regulations 1994, it is intended that a
new SOL would come into effect from 1 July 2010, along with the
transitional provisions.

Subject to the approval of the Governor-General in Council of the
proposed legislative amendments, it is intended that a number of
transitional arrangements would be introduced to minimise the impact of
this change on international students.





Further information is available on the DIAC's website at:
<blocked::blocked::www.immi.gov.au/skilled/general-skilled-migrat
ion/whats-new.htm>
What's New? Recent Changes in General Skilled Migration

What does this mean for people applying for a Migration Skills
Assessment by the Australian Computer Society?

1. Up to and including 30 June 2010, assessment outcome letters
will be issued in ASCO codes only.
2. From and including 1 July 2010, assessment outcome letters will
be issued in ANZSCO codes only.

Applicants who hold, or are about to hold, an assessment outcome letter
with an ASCO code issued by the ACS prior to 1 July 2010, will be
advised on the assessment outcome review process in due course. Please
regularly visit the Migration Skills Assessment section on the ACS
website for updated information.


Regards,
Skills Assessment Team


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My accupation is Network/Security enginner. few days back "Wanderer"
had advice me to contact ACS. because trasitional point was not clear to me. below is the responce. hope this would be informatiove to you guys


Dear Clients,

Your email has been received.

** IMPORTANT **

A new list of Skilled Occupations (incorporating ANZSCO codes) has been
published by the Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) on 17
May 2010 - this is in support of a proposed new Skilled Occupation List
(SOL) to be implemented on 1 July 2010. It is intended that the new SOL
would apply to all new GSM applications made from the date of
implementation, except where transitional arrangements are likely to be
provided for. Subject to the approval of the Governor-General in Council
of amendments to the Migration Regulations 1994, it is intended that a
new SOL would come into effect from 1 July 2010, along with the
transitional provisions.

Subject to the approval of the Governor-General in Council of the
proposed legislative amendments, it is intended that a number of
transitional arrangements would be introduced to minimise the impact of
this change on international students.





Further information is available on the DIAC's website at:
<blocked::blocked::www.immi.gov.au/skilled/general-skilled-migrat
ion/whats-new.htm>
What's New? Recent Changes in General Skilled Migration

What does this mean for people applying for a Migration Skills
Assessment by the Australian Computer Society?

1. Up to and including 30 June 2010, assessment outcome letters
will be issued in ASCO codes only.
2. From and including 1 July 2010, assessment outcome letters will
be issued in ANZSCO codes only.

Applicants who hold, or are about to hold, an assessment outcome letter
with an ASCO code issued by the ACS prior to 1 July 2010, will be
advised on the assessment outcome review process in due course. Please
regularly visit the Migration Skills Assessment section on the ACS
website for updated information.


Regards,
Skills Assessment Team
Yes, looks as though they are kind of sitting on the fence and saying you are waiting for the new SOL and so are we.
Having the list of new occupations for SOL is one thing but it is of limited help to potential applicants and ACS wanting clarity.

I have advised Immi of the shortcomings of what has been released on 17 May, it not being really of too much value at all in many respects.

Keep the fingers crossed.





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