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[Noob] Hepl needed regarding ACS and immigration


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Old 07-31-2010, 06:11 AM
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[Noob] Hepl needed regarding ACS and immigration

Hi there, I am from asia and wants to apply for immigration. I have done 3 years D.A.E in computer hardware along with CCNA,CCNP,CCIP, JNCIA-ER,JNCIS-ER etc and have almost 8 years of IT/Telecom LAN/WAN experience. Please consider me a noob and direct me on the right path..

My queries are as follows

1. Am i eligible for Professionals and other Skilled Migrants?
2. I can not see any specific Network specialization field in ASCO 2231-79 , only Computing Professional specialising in CISSP is looking close to my experience so should i firstly passed CISSP and then submit application to ACS?
OR
You know any other way or ASCO code regarding my case?

3. Which is the best and feasible way to submit application to ACS i mean hardcopy or online application?
4. How much money i have to arrange for whole process? as per my understandings
for ACS PASA (General) = $400
and after ACS process when i will submit my visa application then i have to arrange according to this calculations

Skilled - Independent (Migrant) visa (subclass 175)
Charge Type Charge Amount

1st instalment
$2575

2nd instalment
$3575

5. Can any of you would be kind enough to step by step guide me as i am reading all these links from days now but still have lots of confusion in my mind. thanks in advance.

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Hi there, I am from asia and wants to apply for immigration. I have done 3 years D.A.E in computer hardware along with CCNA,CCNP,CCIP, JNCIA-ER,JNCIS-ER etc and have almost 8 years of IT/Telecom LAN/WAN experience. Please consider me a noob and direct me on the right path..

My queries are as follows

1. Am i eligible for Professionals and other Skilled Migrants?
2. I can not see any specific Network specialization field in ASCO 2231-79 , only Computing Professional – specialising in CISSP is looking close to my experience so should i firstly passed CISSP and then submit application to ACS?
OR
You know any other way or ASCO code regarding my case?

3. Which is the best and feasible way to submit application to ACS i mean hardcopy or online application?
4. How much money i have to arrange for whole process? as per my understandings
for ACS PASA (General) = $400
and after ACS process when i will submit my visa application then i have to arrange according to this calculations

Skilled - Independent (Migrant) visa (subclass 175)
Charge Type Charge Amount

1st instalment
$2575

2nd instalment
$3575

5. Can any of you would be kind enough to step by step guide me as i am reading all these links from days now but still have lots of confusion in my mind. thanks in advance.

Regards,
First off, have a look at the current SOL and ANZSCO coded occupations and you'll need to be looking at ACS assessment on that basis.
There's a SOL link on Professionals and other Skilled Migrants - Workers - Visas & Immigration and also the What's New link has information about processing priorities but it's best to take things one step at a time and for skilled visas it's knowing whether your occupation is on the SOL and seeing about assessment that ought to be done first.
Without that, there's no point in putting in an immigration application.

There is substantial information on the ACS site and you need to take the time to closely examine what is provided in the pertinent links and application info.
If there is an online application process it is up to you whether you want to use it, most organisations usually advising that online application will see a quicker registration though other than that, processing time will not be different.

The Immi second installment fee is if there are dependents included in your application.





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Old 08-11-2010, 03:31 PM
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Hi Wanderer,
Appreciate your quick response, i am sorry for my dumb mistake that i misunderstood the SOL lists.. Now i got it that my case only fall in the ==> Skilled Occupation List (SOL) – Schedule 3
am i right???

If yes then may i apply for this as written in sol 3 sheet.

ANZSCOcode---ANZSCO occupation--- ASCO code and occupation--- Assessing Authority-- Points

313213--Telecommunications network planner--3124-11 Electronics Engineering Associate---Engineers Australia---40

Actually the problem is that i visited ==>engineersaustralia.org.au
and downloaded ==>Migration Skills Assessment Booklet (PDF 2.73Mb)

and they wrote as mentioned below.. Actually i did matriculation (10 years school education) and then D.A.E ( 3 years in computer hardware) So am i eligible or not for Telecommunications network planner???? i mean can i fall in the category of Engineering Associate......



2. Occupational Categories in Engineering
Engineers Australia recognises three occupational categories
within the engineering team in Australia:

• Professional Engineer
• Engineering Technologist
• Engineering Associate

For migration purposes, an additional category of
Engineering Manager is also recognised.
Shown below is a description of the pre-requisite
engineering qualifications and the workplace role for each
occupational category.

Professional Engineer
Academic qualification is an Australian four year
professional engineering degree following twelve years of
schooling, or equivalent.


Engineering Technologist

Academic qualification is an Australian three year
engineering technology degree following twelve years of
schooling, or equivalent.


Engineering Associate

Academic qualification is an Australian two year advanced
diploma of engineering following twelve years of schooling,
or equivalent.


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So in simple words they are asking following twelve years of schooling,
or equivalent.

but i have 10 years of schooling and then 3 years D.A.E


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