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ACS I have completed my ACS assessment last year on 05th September 2019. My overseas experience (outside Australia) was calculated as 4 years 11 months. N

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Sathyaa1990

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I have completed my ACS assessment last year on 05th September 2019. My overseas experience (outside Australia) was calculated as 4 years 11 months. Now, I have completed more than 4 months in India which would exceed 5 years. This will result in additional 5 points as 10 points are rewarded for overseas experience exceeding 5 years. Can I claim those additional points without applying for ACS assessment again?
 

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I have completed my ACS assessment last year on 05th September 2019. My overseas experience (outside Australia) was calculated as 4 years 11 months. Now, I have completed more than 4 months in India which would exceed 5 years. This will result in additional 5 points as 10 points are rewarded for overseas experience exceeding 5 years. Can I claim those additional points without applying for ACS assessment again?
Yes only if you are currently working in the same company which was positively assessed by ACS
 
MSA
2018-08-02
Skill
261111
SC
189/190
Point
75/80
EOI
2018-08-17
Nom.
2018-11-11
Inv.
2018-11-11
App.
2018-12-22
CO
2019-03-27
PCC
2019-02-23
HC
2019-02-18
Grant
2019-06-03
IED
2020-02-20
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