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Hi Khan,

Thanks a lot for the reply. self statutory declaration in the sense, is it on a stamp paper note ...mentioning all the roles and respn and saying that its tough or hr not reachable to submit the roles n resp on a letter head....or just a lette on a bond a4 paper. Is 1 self statutory decl enough for all previous companies ?

Please suggest any experts who have applied.

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Hi Manu,
Apologies. Self statutory declaration is not accepted anymore. I had applied for skills assessment the previous year and the guidelines have changed this year. The statutory declaration should be obtained from your colleague preferably your supervisor in their own words. As it has to be obtained from a colleague you should provide a separate statutory declaration for each company you have worked. I don't think stamp paper is required. Please check the guidelines by following this link. http://www.acs.org.au/__data/assets/...Applicants.pdf



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Hi Zafar,

Thanks for the update mate. I would need your suggestion on applying the PR, do I contact any agent like y-axis or someone to get my PR processes or should I apply myself. Please suggest mate. Is it easy or better to go through an agent to avoid any complications.

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Hi Zafar,

Thanks for the update mate. I would need your suggestion on applying the PR, do I contact any agent like y-axis or someone to get my PR processes or should I apply myself. Please suggest mate. Is it easy or better to go through an agent to avoid any complications.

Thanks again,
Manu
Most of the cases agent help is not required. The visa process is pretty well documented by DIAC and you can also get help from this forum. In fact I would say visa process will be faster if you do it yourself because your agent gets update on your visa from DIAC and then the information has to be passed on to you. In my case, I did the skills assessment from ACS with the help of an agent and I received the approval letter 2 months after it as was approved. My agent just didn't forward it to me and the email was in his inbox for 2 months without any action.

May be 2 years back it would have been more required as the visa process was not completely online and paperwork was required.

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Most of the cases agent help is not required. The visa process is pretty well documented by DIAC and you can also get help from this forum. In fact I would say visa process will be faster if you do it yourself because your agent gets update on your visa from DIAC and then the information has to be passed on to you. In my case, I did the skills assessment from ACS with the help of an agent and I received the approval letter 2 months after it as was approved. My agent just didn't forward it to me and the email was in his inbox for 2 months without any action.

May be 2 years back it would have been more required as the visa process was not completely online and paperwork was required.

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Hi Zafar,

Thanks a lot for the update mate. U know they have increased the visa fee now. Now the cost is coming to a total of 7000 $ , I am in a dilemma to apply now. how are the job openings now, any suggestions for me. Are you in aus ? Did you find a job mate. Do we need to come to au and find a job or can try from INDIA and land here.

Thank You,
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Hi Zafar,

Thanks a lot for the update mate. U know they have increased the visa fee now. Now the cost is coming to a total of 7000 $ , I am in a dilemma to apply now. how are the job openings now, any suggestions for me. Are you in aus ? Did you find a job mate. Do we need to come to au and find a job or can try from INDIA and land here.

Thank You,
manu
Hi manu, how many dependents you have.

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I have a query....I do have Probation Certificate for my Graduation. Will ACS accept this or I will have to provide the original one.

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I have a query....I do have Probation Certificate for my Graduation. Will ACS accept this or I will have to provide the original one.
Better to hurl an email to them to get confirmed. There is nothing written in their guide.
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Better to hurl an email to them to get confirmed. There is nothing written in their guide.
Okk. I will. Thanks a lot.

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Hi Zafar,

Thanks a lot for the update mate. U know they have increased the visa fee now. Now the cost is coming to a total of 7000 $ , I am in a dilemma to apply now. how are the job openings now, any suggestions for me. Are you in aus ? Did you find a job mate. Do we need to come to au and find a job or can try from INDIA and land here.

Thank You,
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Yeah it is becoming very costly. How many applicants are there in your application? And I think the proposed fee is not final.

I am in Chennai and have planned to move to Aus in August. As per the feedback from other forum users, job market is a bit challenging especially if it is your first job in Australia. Most of the cases it is required for you to be onshore to get a job with a few exceptions especially if you have a niche skill set.

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