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Can I still use my old ACS assessment applying for VISA?


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Old 09-15-2010, 08:33 AM
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Question Can I still use my old ACS assessment applying for VISA?

Dear forum mates,

I have another question. My aunt living in Australia called up ACS and asked them regarding the re-assessment of my ACS results based on the new SOL List. I got my old ACS results last March. They told her that the old ACS results is still valid and we can still present this as part of the VISA application.

Has anyone experienced this before? I don't want my money going to waste if we don't get this right.


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Dear forum mates,

I have another question. My aunt living in Australia called up ACS and asked them regarding the re-assessment of my ACS results based on the new SOL List. I got my old ACS results last March. They told her that the old ACS results is still valid and we can still present this as part of the VISA application.

Has anyone experienced this before? I don't want my money going to waste if we don't get this right.
Rather than relying too much on your Aunt, you ought to check yourself what the situation is and if you're applying for a visa now, the new SOL applies and you'll find that is based on the ANZSCO classification codes
Professionals and other Skilled Migrants - Workers - Visas & Immigration
Though for many classifications there is an equivalent ASCO code you'll see that is as a reference only.
The ACS is also running a transitional assessment program so if you have an ASCO code assessment that correlates to an ANZSCO code you should contact the ACS re getting am ANZSCO assessment.





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