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Subclass 190 Chances of Invitation

Mujibur Rahman

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Hi, I have 70 & 80 points for Network Administrator(263112) under subclass 190 & 490 respectively. Chances of Invitation? It(NA 263112) is in STSOL and Can I choose the COMPUTER NETWORK AND SYSTEMS ENGINEER (263111) unit code that means closely related occupation in EOI? Please suggest me.
 

MysticRiver

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It is documented that you can claim experience point for any closely related occupation that belongs to the same Unit Group (2631XX), but it is not mentioned anywhere that you can apply in a different occupation from the same Unit Group.
 

WRSKA

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It is documented that you can claim experience point for any closely related occupation that belongs to the same Unit Group (2631XX), but it is not mentioned anywhere that you can apply in a different occupation from the same Unit Group.
Hi, I'm also in a similar situation where my occupation list Network analyst falls under STSOL. Still awaiting response from acs assessment letter. Can I claim my experience as "computer and network systems engineer" in EOI so that I fall under MLTSSL?
If so, will I be able to get eligible for visa 189?
 

MysticRiver

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You have to apply in your nominated occupation (what ACS assessed you with). The above post discussed the possibility of claiming points for experience in closely related occupations (same unit group) after you apply on your nominated (matches with assessment) occupation.
 
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