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Old 06-17-2010, 11:36 PM
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Faster skills assessment

I am currently thinking of applying for 176 Skilled VISA. I am a qualified Accountant (unfortunately for me!)

I know that I need to have 1 year experience in my area in the last 2 years. I have been doing a bit of travelling recently and as a result need to get my assessment done a bit quicker than the statatory 3 months. Is it possible to speed up this process. I am prepared to pay more for this service, but if I was then this would greatly help me.

Appreciate any advice!

Thanks

Mark


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Old 06-18-2010, 05:17 AM
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I am currently thinking of applying for 176 Skilled VISA. I am a qualified Accountant (unfortunately for me!)

I know that I need to have 1 year experience in my area in the last 2 years. I have been doing a bit of travelling recently and as a result need to get my assessment done a bit quicker than the statatory 3 months. Is it possible to speed up this process. I am prepared to pay more for this service, but if I was then this would greatly help me.

Appreciate any advice!

Thanks

Mark
Not aware of what the time is with the relevant organisations but [ fortunately ] with accountants, on existing SOL there are three assessing organisations.
I have seen comment that the ICAA and NIA may be easier to do assessments with than the CPA
http://www.immi.gov.au/allforms/pdf/1121i.pdf
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CPAA/ICAA/NIA
There is a new SOL scheduled for release July01 so whether things will change or not is another matter ie. unknown but possibly no change.
In anticipation, have you considered contacting the organisations.





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