ACS re-assessment for old ASCO to new ANZSCO code

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ACS re-assessment for old ASCO to new ANZSCO code


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Old 10-20-2010, 12:30 AM
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ACS re-assessment for old ASCO to new ANZSCO code

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I have confusion regarding re-assessment in IT for getting new ANZSCO code.
I have already got my skill assessment in 2231-79 (ICT Recent Graduate) of the ASCO code in 25 May 2009 after completed my MASTERS OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY.
And after that I have been working as a Application and Analyst Programmer (.Net Technologies) from June 2009 to June 2010 in IT company. So I have finished 1 Year experince to eligible for 885 independent visa (PR).
But problem is that my current ASCO code 2231-79 is in Schedule 4 so last priority. But I have read the new SOL list and there are 2 ANZSCO code (221311 Analyst Programmer & 221312 Developer Programmer) related to my skills level which are in Schedule 3.

So my question is Can I apply for Re-Assessment in ACS to get one of these ANZSCO code to higher my priority?

Thanks in Adavance for my query.

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That would seem to be the thing to do if you feel your qualifications make you eligible for the other ANZSCO classifications.
So I take it you have been on the 485 for now have you and if you already have employment, have you considered Employer Sponsorship as against independent application?





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Hi Wanderer,
Thanks for replying my query.
Currently I am holding VC 485 untill 22 Aug 2011. And I have already finished my Contract Role as a Analyst Programmer (.Net technologies) in It Company from June 2009 to June 2010.
So my question is Can I Eligible for getting new ANZSCO codes which are I mentioned?
And YES
Than I have to apply for new assessment stated like Recent Graduate wanting ICT experince considered.
is it right?


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As I've said, if you feel you can be assessed and another classification will give you a higher priority for a visa application and that's what you want, then it's up to you to decide.





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