I have my bachelors degree in telecommunication engineering and have been working since five years as Network and system Admin for a company. I have also done few certifications in networking too. Now as I'm planning to apply for Australian PR, I am confused whether i should or should...
I'm new to this forum and came across it while looking for help with regards to ACS Skills assessment, I plan to apply for assessment of 263111 ICT Network & Systems Engineer, I have masters in networking, several networking certifications, while the name of my role in my current experience...
Hey! We submitted our EOI on August/21/2017, under 263111 (Computer Network and SystemsEngineer) of the ANZSCO Code. Points claimed were 65 under subclass 189. We haven't received our invite yet. I saw the ceiling list and this role code has only been filled by 47%. Is there any reason why it's...
My bachelor degree is in telecommunications engineering, my work experience is related to servers storage cloud computing with telecom operator and big enterprises, I already applied for ACS 263111, but now I'm thinking to apply for EA skill assessment as telecommunications network engineer...
Just to give you a background, I had submitted my EOI for above occupation in Nov 2016 with 60 points for 190 category, but didn't receive any invitation after waiting for 8 months!
Now I've got 10 more points added on 4th September, so now I'm at the following
65 points for - 189
Code - 263111
189 sub class - 60 points
190 sub class - 65 points
Eoi date - 20th March 2017
Can I know what are my chances of receiving an Invitation for either one of those sub classes ? How long will it take ?
I'm in a desperate situation. Hope someone give me a good advice. I'm a systems engineer and planning to migrate Australia. I completed my degree on 2011-9 and started working 2011-12. I hired an agent for the process and he seems messed up the skills assessment. As per the skills...
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