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ACS assessment for work experience


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Old 03-15-2011, 03:25 PM
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ACS assessment for work experience

Hi folks,

As ACS states in their guidelines: For Group A a two years experience in a field that is closely related to the nominated occupation during the last 7 years is needed to be assessed as suitable. Now if I had an occupation for exactly tow years that satisfies the two years experience, and I also have another tow more occupations with some more experience but at the same time more difficult to get references from. Is it enough just to apply with the reference that I have of the two years experience only? or I have to try getting all needed reference eventhough one is enough to meet the conditions?

Thanks for anybody who helps,


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Old 06-09-2011, 01:33 PM
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Since its been over 3 months with no reply I decided to go straight to ACS themselves to get my answer, should've done that long time ago...I got the following answer only few hours after I sent my inquiry (gotta give it to these guys, really fast and adequate answer):
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We recommend that applicants provide as much information as possible to support their application - this is your judgement to determine whether you consider that reference meets requirements.
Instead of a reference for the other roles, you may want to at least considering information on the role such as a job description or duty statement.

Kind Regards
Skills Assessment Support Officer


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Old 09-27-2011, 11:11 PM
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Hello,
This will not be a problem as long as it says that your assessment is positive.

I applied for an assessment for the System Analyst occupation too but recieved a negative assessment letter. The letter described my current IT experience as "Not Assessable" for some reason.

Would you kindly send me a copy of your work expereince reference letters to compare with mine and also your positive assessment letter on my email amgadsf at yahoo dot com
a friend of mine has great knowledge about DIAC migration laws because he does a lot of reading at DIAC website. He says you will be able to claim the 10 points. Let me know if you need anything else.

Thank you a lot and wish you all the best with your migration application.


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