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Old 06-08-2010, 02:55 PM
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Hello Seniors,
I plan to apply for a PR under the subclass 175, for which i need to get my skill assessment done. As of today as the Immi has temporarily suspended accepting new application and has also changed the skill assessment codes. Would any one on the forum will advice me on this query of mine,
Is it okay if I start the process of skill assessment with ASC now so that once immi starts accepting new applications from the 1st of July i would not waste more time in getting my skill assessment done?
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Is it advisable to wait till the 1st of July till the new guidelines have been announced?

Your help is appreciated.
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Old 06-08-2010, 03:50 PM
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Hello Seniors,
I plan to apply for a PR under the subclass 175, for which i need to get my skill assessment done. As of today as the Immi has temporarily suspended accepting new application and has also changed the skill assessment codes. Would any one on the forum will advice me on this query of mine,
Is it okay if I start the process of skill assessment with ASC now so that once immi starts accepting new applications from the 1st of July i would not waste more time in getting my skill assessment done?
OR
Is it advisable to wait till the 1st of July till the new guidelines have been announced?

Your help is appreciated.
Jedi.
You could I suppose contact ACS and see whether they are accepting applications for assessment for they too may advise that with an offshore visa it would be better to wait for the new SOL to be published.

That'll not happen until legislation is passed and until the new SOL is published in the existing format, there is no official guide that ACS are the assessing authority and though there is little doubt they will likely be, they as an organisation may not be assuming.

Meanwhile you may also want to appraise yourself of new priority arrangements via announcement of 08February you'll find on the What's New Link - http://www.immi.gov.au/skilled/gener...led-migration/





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