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Info Post assessment experience on EOI

GeloPitt

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Hello, I lodge my EOI for 234611 (Medical Laboratoey Scientist). AIMS assessed my experience last year and after my assessment, I changed employer but I work with the same job title. On my EOI, I leaved the end date of my current employment blank and after 15 days it will automatically update my points to +5 (5yrs experience), however my last employment was not included in my assessment. In short, Can I claim post assessment experience on my EOI?
 

mohsinciddiki

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2018-11-11
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2018-12-22
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Hello, I lodge my EOI for 234611 (Medical Laboratoey Scientist). AIMS assessed my experience last year and after my assessment, I changed employer but I work with the same job title. On my EOI, I leaved the end date of my current employment blank and after 15 days it will automatically update my points to +5 (5yrs experience), however my last employment was not included in my assessment. In short, Can I claim post assessment experience on my EOI?
If the job is not assessed by AIM, you cannot claim the point even if its relevant
 
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

mohsinciddiki

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MSA
2018-08-02
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189/190
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75/80
EOI
2018-08-17
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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
Is it safe to proceed with the visa application if my EOI receives invite? Is this a ground for refusal? or Can the CO request for reassessment?
If you have claimed something in EOI which was not assessed by your relevant assessing authority, and you also got an invite over it, your application will likely be rejected due to incorrect information, especially when it is affecting your overall points. but, if by changing the experience, your points remain intact, then you can proceed and declare it clearly in your visa application
 
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

GeloPitt

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If you have claimed something in EOI which was not assessed by your relevant assessing authority, and you also got an invite over it, your application will likely be rejected due to incorrect information, especially when it is affecting your overall points. but, if by changing the experience, your points remain intact, then you can proceed and declare it clearly in your visa application
Is this rule applies to specific professions? There's a thread here wherein an engineer has thesame case as mine and MysticRiver told him that experience assessment by assessing body is not mandatory since he needs to prove his experience during visa application anyway.
His assessing authority is EA.
 

GeloPitt

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If you have claimed something in EOI which was not assessed by your relevant assessing authority, and you also got an invite over it, your application will likely be rejected due to incorrect information, especially when it is affecting your overall points. but, if by changing the experience, your points remain intact, then you can proceed and declare it clearly in your visa application
Here's the thread
 

mohsinciddiki

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2018-08-17
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2018-11-11
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2018-11-11
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2018-12-22
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2019-03-27
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2019-02-23
HC
2019-02-18
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2019-06-03
IED
2020-02-20
Is this rule applies to specific professions? There's a thread here wherein an engineer has thesame case as mine and MysticRiver told him that experience assessment by assessing body is not mandatory since he needs to prove his experience during visa application anyway.
His assessing authority is EA.
The rule which I suggested is the standard rule which is applicable usually across the visa processing but few exceptions are there like in case of EA, if you dont have the experience assessment, you can directly claim points and try your luck with case officer. In your case too, if all the relevant experience is assessed by EA except the last, and if you feel it is similar to your previous experiences (actual job description, not the title), you may proceed with visa application. It will all then depend on the case officer how to proceed
 
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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

MysticRiver

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As @mohsinciddiki said, different assessment authorities have different rules. Last time I checked, it's not mandatory but highly recommended with EA ... with ACS, it's required but usually people used to claim post-experience as long as the experience was partially assessed and their job responsibilities didn't change since the assessment. On top of that, there is a new idea floating around that DHA now allows claiming points for the experience which was not positively assessed by the assessment authority, if the applicant feels confident enough to prove the eligibility with DHA (I am not entirely convinced how this would work out).

So, there are many variables involved - in my opinion, you have to check and follow with your assessment authority's guideline.
 
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