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We go for 175 or 176 visa?


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Old 01-28-2011, 06:09 AM
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Question We go for 175 or 176 visa?

Hi,

My husband is having 10 years of experience is software testing. For past 10 months he s working in australia in 457 visa.
We have a plan of applying PR.
We could see the 'Software Tester' role in schedule 4 and not in schedule 3.
Here in australia his designation is System Analyst where as in India he s Test Lead.
With system analyst his job code is available in schedule 3 but as 'Test Lead' his code is available in schedule 4.
So we are confused now whether we need to apply for ACS under 175 or 176 visa.
I would be grateful if you can clarify my doubts mentioned above.

Thanks,
ebs_bie


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Old 01-28-2011, 11:47 AM
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Yes, as per other thread it would seem an assessment best be considered with ACS.





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