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Old 01-17-2011, 09:32 AM
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Old 01-17-2011, 09:49 AM
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hi all,
do u still have to get ur skills, occupation and experience assessed by a assessing authority like the ACS under the new points test that is going to be implemented from 1st july 2011................
Yes you will have to get your qualification assessed: "To claim points for a qualification or apprenticeship obtained overseas, do I have to have the qualification recognised?

Yes. To claim points for a qualification or apprenticeship obtained overseas, it will need to be recognised as being of a standard comparable to that awarded by an Australian education institution. Further information regarding the process for having an overseas qualification or apprenticeship recognised will be made available closer to the date of implementation of the new points test."


Source: http://www.immi.gov.au/skilled/gener...ts-testfaq.pdf

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i am confused if i should apply under the present point test or the new one
"I am considering applying for a points tested visa. Should I apply now, or wait until the new points test is introduced?

The decision is one for you to make. The department recommends you carefully consider your situation to determine whether the current or the new points test would be of most benefit to you.
For example, people with higher level qualifications, English language proficiency or more extensive skilled work experience may benefit under the new points test."


From the same doc as mentioned above.


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Old 01-18-2011, 05:50 AM
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Do your assessment and check under which rules you qualify ie current or July2011.
If you qualify for both then I suggest go for July 2011 because may be ,I may be wrong, these applications will be accorded high priority.
Assess your applications (with IELTS) score 7 and not 8.
Do these rejigging for your self and make a decision.




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hi all,
do u still have to get ur skills, occupation and experience assessed by a assessing authority like the ACS under the new points test that is going to be implemented from 1st july 2011................
plz reply
i am confused if i should apply under the present point test or the new one

thanx
praba


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