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ACS What is required for post-assessment experience

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Prakash

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Dear Admin

I have following doubt regarding my EOI which I intend to apply.

I am still employed with the following company while my ACS assessment was done until October as my affidavit carried a date in October.

Dates: 02/15 - 10/16 (1yrs 8mths) ---- am still employed here!
Position: TECHNICAL LEAD - QUALITY ASSURANCE
Employer: Company 4
Country: INDIA

In the EOI, employment details page, the following information is provided in different places.

If you are currently still with this employer you can leave the "date to" (end date of employment) field blank. If your circumstances change you must update your details.

For current employment, the 'end date' field should be left blank. SkillSelect will continue to tally periods of employment from date of EOI submission to the date of invitation to apply. Therefore, the client must update their EOI if their employment details change.

Where the relevant assessing authority does not provide an opinion on skilled employment and there are no standards set by the relevant assessing authority available on their website, clients need to provide evidence of employment experience after the date they completed qualifications and necessary skilled employment as per the Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations.

The instruction is red is pretty clear that I need to leave the "To date" blank for current employment.

But the instruction in blue is a little confusing to me. Do I need to provide any evidence again to ascertain that I am still employed with the same organization? Also they insist that the dates in the EOI must be in sync with what the ACS has approved.

Please guide me in this.

Regards
Prakash
 

MysticRiver

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#2
I think, you'll need to give the updated experience certificate to reflect the dates upto the point you get invitation, but there will be no need to assess that part again because yours is a case of a simple continuity (same job that ACS assessed).
 

Rakshanda

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Australia
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Dec 13, 2016
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Dec 15, 2016
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Subclass
189/190
Skill
263111
#3
Dear Admin

I have following doubt regarding my EOI which I intend to apply.

I am still employed with the following company while my ACS assessment was done until October as my affidavit carried a date in October.

Dates: 02/15 - 10/16 (1yrs 8mths) ---- am still employed here!
Position: TECHNICAL LEAD - QUALITY ASSURANCE
Employer: Company 4
Country: INDIA

In the EOI, employment details page, the following information is provided in different places.

If you are currently still with this employer you can leave the "date to" (end date of employment) field blank. If your circumstances change you must update your details.

For current employment, the 'end date' field should be left blank. SkillSelect will continue to tally periods of employment from date of EOI submission to the date of invitation to apply. Therefore, the client must update their EOI if their employment details change.

Where the relevant assessing authority does not provide an opinion on skilled employment and there are no standards set by the relevant assessing authority available on their website, clients need to provide evidence of employment experience after the date they completed qualifications and necessary skilled employment as per the Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations.

The instruction is red is pretty clear that I need to leave the "To date" blank for current employment.

But the instruction in blue is a little confusing to me. Do I need to provide any evidence again to ascertain that I am still employed with the same organization? Also they insist that the dates in the EOI must be in sync with what the ACS has approved.

Please guide me in this.

Regards
Prakash
Once assessment is done, its mentioned in the assessment letter.

"Please note that the department of Immigration and Border Protection reserves the rights to undertake further investigation regarding your skilled employment experience"

Hence, the final decisions are always made by DIBP, irrelevant of assessment. ACS just assess your skills on the basis of documents you provide them and if they match the skill set of anzo code you applied for, you get a positive assessment. So you do not need to worry about it, just leave the "TO DATE" blank if you are still employed with the same company.
 
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Eshan1367

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What happens in the case when one switch job post ACS. My ACS was assessed for 2 years 8 months in july'17.i filed EOI in jan'18.i have added my new experience and have marked that as relevant in EOI. Is this acceptable.
Please advise.
 

MysticRiver

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There is no specific guideline for that, but a common consensus is you should do a reassessment.
 
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Uttam

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After getting ACS positive and applying EOI, I switched my job and updated the new job in EOI for claiming points with new job. Is it mandatory do acs reassessment when we switch job and claim points?
I am in similar situation, I can do reassessment, kindly clarify my doubt. I have completed my post graduate degree on Mar 2014 but I have work experience since Jan 2012, during my previous assessment, I can claim points for work experience after Mar 2014 which means there was no deduction of experience after my degree(since I had couple of years of work experience during education). Now, I am worried that while reassessment is there any chance if they deduct 2 years after my degree, if that happen then I will be in big trouble.

Details Below:
UG degree completed on 2011. (Non IT).
Experience starts from Jan 2012 as software developer.
PG degree completed on Mar 2014.

Last April (2019) I got my positive ACS result, which tells that I have relevant work experience for "261313" after Mar 2014.

I switched company on Nov 2019, so I need to do reassessment.

@MysticRiver Kindly advise, what should I do now?
 
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Dec 13, 2018
EOI
Jan 7, 2019
Point
70+5
Subclass
190 (ACT)
Skill
225311
#9
I have a EOI/Skills assessment question. I have successfully received 8.8 years for skills assessment for my experience. I have submitted my EOI with the details from Vetassess.

If i were to switch jobs after EOI submission, do I have to inform them? I have already gotten max points possible from Vetassess, and it says it is valid for a couple of years. Do i have to resubmit a EOI if i quit my current job which has been assessed?
 

MysticRiver

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I have completed my post graduate degree on Mar 2014 but I have work experience since Jan 2012, during my previous assessment, I can claim points for work experience after Mar 2014 which means there was no deduction of experience after my degree(since I had couple of years of work experience during education). Now, I am worried that while reassessment is there any chance if they deduct 2 years after my degree, if that happen then I will be in big trouble.
The deduction is always from your total relevant experience, before and after your qualification. After that you are awarded point-claimable experience based on your degree completion date and experience the deduction, whichever comes later.
 

MysticRiver

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If i were to switch jobs after EOI submission, do I have to inform them? I have already gotten max points possible from Vetassess, and it says it is valid for a couple of years. Do i have to resubmit a EOI if i quit my current job which has been assessed?
As long as you are not claiming anything for the additional job, no need.
 
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Uttam

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The deduction is always from your total relevant experience, before and after your qualification. After that you are awarded point-claimable experience based on your degree completion date and experience the deduction, whichever comes later.
Then I guess I wont be any trouble.

@MysticRiver Thank you so much for your prompting response.
 

MysticRiver

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#14
Not so sure about that. If there is a significant overlap in your documentation, it might take less.
 
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