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Skill Assessment

harpreet kaur

Wanderer
Messages
23
Points
3
MSA
2016-09-01
Skill
233411
SC
189
Point
65
EOI
2017-02-13
Inv.
2017-02-15
App.
2017-03-01
CO
2017-03-15
PCC
2017-03-18
HC
2017-03-23
Grant
2017-10-26
Dear Sir,
I have done graduation in bachelors of commerce & Post graduation in MBA(Finance/HRM).
I've more than 8 years of experience.My age is 34
I am married & my husband is an electronics engineer with more then 10 years experience,He got 6 each in IELTS.
Now we have only 55 Points because age of my husband is 35year.we need 5 more points for subclass189 Visa.
How he can claim partner skill points.

Regards
harpreet kaur
 
MSA
2016-09-01
Skill
233411
SC
189
Point
65
EOI
2017-02-13
Inv.
2017-02-15
App.
2017-03-01
CO
2017-03-15
PCC
2017-03-18
HC
2017-03-23
Grant
2017-10-26

MysticRiver

Administrator
Staff member
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15,121
Points
113

MysticRiver

Administrator
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Points
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As you are an Architect, shouldn't you assess from AACA or VETASSESS? First check which skill occupation you fit, then choose the corresponding assessment authority.

http://www.migrationdesk.com/threads/skilled-occupations-list-sol.41432/

Regarding ACS assessment, it costs AUS $500 and official timeline is 12 weeks, though many reported the assessment took less than that.

Most people I know, they all have done themselves without any hassle. The process is online, clear and very well documented. So I don't see a reason why you can't do it.

For details, start with the link below:

https://www.acs.org.au/migration-skills-assessment/information-for-applicants

https://www.acs.org.au/migration-skills-assessment/information-for-applicants
 

MysticRiver

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Is there any difference between ACS & ECA.Since I have done ECA which was for Canada
You are comparing Apple with an Apple tree. ECA means Educational Credential Assessment, which can be done by any designated organization (e.g. CES, ICASC, WES etc.).

Similarly for Australia, you have to do "migration skill assessment" (which is comparable term of ECA) by any designated organization such as ACS, AACA, VETASSESS, EA etc (counterpart of CES, ICASC, WES of Canada immigration system).

However there is a major difference. In Canada immigration, all the designated organizations assess your education irrespective of your field.

But in Australia, each designated organization are specifically fixed for certain occupations. For example ACS (means Australian Computer Society) is not going to assess degrees in medical or architecture whereas AACA (Architects Accreditation Council Of Australia) is not going to assess for computer science related fields.

So, first from below link, check which occupation skill matches your job description most. Then check what is the corresponding assessing body (last column of the table).

http://www.migrationdesk.com/threads/skilled-occupations-list-sol.41432/
 

Pratika

Wanderer
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Timeline missing
Thank you so much
Going through it, it has divided in two steps ie Provisional Assessment and then to Final Assessment.Bit confused as it has said to be as resistered Architect in Australia.So do we have to go through only Provisional one for migration purpose or both ?

Thanks in Advance
 

MysticRiver

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Yes. As they clearly put in the table in this link,

Stage 2 is for Australian Residents only. For overseas applicants, only Stage 1 is required (as you can see they wrote Migration Skill Assessment below stage 1).

AACA.PNG
 

MysticRiver

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MysticRiver

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Pratika

Wanderer
Messages
13
Points
1
Timeline missing
Hi
How long will it take to get state sponsorship at ACT as draftsperson?Can we fill EOI before applying for State sponsorship or later only?One more querry is submitting my EOI at the end of June will be taken as of 2016 Ocupation ceiling?

Thanks
 

MysticRiver

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No one can guarantee any timeline for getting sponsorship.

You need to apply for sponsorship first, the submit EOI mentioning the reference number of sponsorship application. So you can submit both at the same time.

The new occupation ceilings will be in action from July 1 each year. At that time all ceilings get reset. If you don't get an invitation by June 30, your EOI will be automatically judged with new ceiling.
 

harpreet kaur

Wanderer
Messages
23
Points
3
MSA
2016-09-01
Skill
233411
SC
189
Point
65
EOI
2017-02-13
Inv.
2017-02-15
App.
2017-03-01
CO
2017-03-15
PCC
2017-03-18
HC
2017-03-23
Grant
2017-10-26
To claim points for partner's skill, you have to assess yourself as well. Below are the requirements

http://www.migrationdesk.com/threads/claiming-points-for-partner-skills.41419/
Dear Sir,

My husband has done Bachelors in engineering (electronics & Instrumentation).
He is working in the same field from last 10 years & job responsibilities are maintaining automation of process industry.
Now my query is in which SOL he needs to submit CDR (Electronics engineer or Plant engineer)
 
MSA
2016-09-01
Skill
233411
SC
189
Point
65
EOI
2017-02-13
Inv.
2017-02-15
App.
2017-03-01
CO
2017-03-15
PCC
2017-03-18
HC
2017-03-23
Grant
2017-10-26

Arsghimire

Newbie
Messages
1
Points
1
Timeline missing
Hi,
I want to do ACS Assessment. I am An Architect from Nepal.
How much cost and time will it take to get my certificates certified?
Can I do it by myself ? and how?
Please suggest me.

Thanks


Helllo, i am also an architect from nepal.i just want to know regarding ur accreditation.did u apply for it as i am also thinking to apply.
 
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