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Old 10-10-2010, 11:56 AM
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ACS assessment.

Hi ,

Hope you would be fine and doing well. Actually i am planning to go for ACS assessment. I need an expert advice. Please find below my profile detail and query.

Education & Experience:
* Having 16 Years of eduction , 2.5 year master programme MSC(Compture Science) degree .
* Sun Certified Programmer.
* Having 5+ years of experience with following
- Company A , 1 Year , Senior Software Engineer
- Company B , 2 Years , Senior Software Engineer/ Team Lead
- Company C , 2 Years+(Current) , Software/Application Consultant/Consultant [responsible of code development and maintenance]


Query:
* What is best, Lodge application personally/Use consultant services ?
* Company B which i worked for no longer exists. I can get reference letter from companies senior employee , but he is also working in
someother company. How it will work. If anyone had same experience, Please do share.
* As requirement for Group A is 2 Years and in current organization i have having 2 Years+ experience. Still my company B is important for
process.

Thanks and looking forward for your kind reply.

Regards.


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Old 10-10-2010, 01:11 PM
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Unless you want to make the effort yourself to assess your qualifications and experience against ACS requirements including how you go about verifying your experience and there is substantial detail on the ACS site , it would be probably be best for you to consult with an agent that has experience with the ACS.
You should also examine the broader scene re how you get sufficient eligibility for immigration, how the whole process may take several years and what trends there are re employment opportunities.





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