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Old 02-06-2011, 11:50 AM
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Question Degree assesment

Do I need to assess Australian qualification(PhD) for applying residency?
I already assesed my overseas qualification.
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Old 02-06-2011, 02:19 PM
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It depends on what qualification/occupation you are going to be using for your visa application.





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Old 02-07-2011, 09:23 AM
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Thanks Wanderer
I finished my PhD in chemistry(Australia) and I have already assessed my bachelor in chemistry qulaification (overseas) as a chemist.

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Do I need to assess Australian qualification(PhD) for applying residency?
I already assesed my overseas qualification.
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Old 02-17-2011, 12:07 AM
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Does anyone have the qualification(only) assessment as per old rule?
As rule changed and they ask qualification plus work experience for assessment.
I have positive assessment as a chemist dated Dec 2009 and now I am preparing to apply for PR.
My question is can I use my existing skill assessment or need new skill assessment as per new rule. It would be rather difficult to get work exp in case I go for new assessment.
I enquired with Vetassess but no satisfactory reply.
Can anyone please comment on it.
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Vetassess are the assessing authority and you need to follow up re validity of assessment, the complication you now also have being that it is now ANZSCO codes that are used and not the ASCO.
Unless the assessment is still valid and it can be mapped across, with a new application you may need a new assessment.
Have a read of the Whats New Link relevant articles via the Immi site Skilled pages.





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Old 02-17-2011, 06:50 PM
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Hello everyone,
I have a 4 years mechanical engineering degree from India. I have 2 years and 3 months of work experience. I am new to this forum and not much aware of the processing to apply for Australian PR? can anyone please help?
Please check this sequence :
1) Get my qualifications assessed...
2) Appear for IELTS
3)Apply for PR.

Is this the right sequence? Also, what;s the procedure to get qualifications assessed?


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Hello everyone,
I have a 4 years mechanical engineering degree from India. I have 2 years and 3 months of work experience. I am new to this forum and not much aware of the processing to apply for Australian PR? can anyone please help?
Please check this sequence :
1) Get my qualifications assessed...
2) Appear for IELTS
3)Apply for PR.

Is this the right sequence? Also, what;s the procedure to get qualifications assessed?
I believe, if you are applying to EA (Engineers Australia accessing body) then you need to submit IELTS score report along with your educational documents for skills assessment.

Only ACS do not require IELTS score, for EA its a mandatory document. For EA, you also need to submit a CDR (Competency demonstration report) for skills assessment unlike ACS.


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Your sequence is about right and you'll find the EA link via Mechanical Engineer - 233512





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Old 03-10-2011, 10:22 AM
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Hello Guys,

Here again I am posting my query . My education is in B.Tech Electronics but I have 5 years of work experience in IT as SAP BASIS consultant. Am I eligible to apply for immigration under GSM? If yes then I suppose I shall I apply to ACS for skills assessment?
I am planning to apply under code 2231-11(System Manager)

Secondly, Do I need to fill RPL form (450 $) or basic skill assessment form(400$) for skill assessment through ACS?

Please advise on this.

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Harry


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Vetassess are the assessing authority and you need to follow up re validity of assessment, the complication you now also have being that it is now ANZSCO codes that are used and not the ASCO.
Unless the assessment is still valid and it can be mapped across, with a new application you may need a new assessment.
Have a read of the Whats New Link relevant articles via the Immi site Skilled pages.
Hi Wandere
I am working in a pathology lab where I collect and test the patient's samples.
Do you know If this job description is considered as a Chemist, and If not, what is the title for that job in Vetassess

Regards
A.Elky


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