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You should have given all the employment details truthfully to ACS.
If the assessment is not completed as yet, please contact ACS on how you can submit the additional details
If you are not able to provide any proof, ACS will not consider it. That's all. They will not penalise you for it.

When applying for the visa you shall have to fill form 80 in which you will have to give details of your entire life from the date of your birth till the date you submit the form on what you did
So the CO will find there is a discrepancy between the documents you submitted for assessment and your actual employment

I don't know who has advised you that this doesn't matter, and Maybe he is right but If were in your shoes, I would have erred on the side of caution And given the details of the onsite experience
The decision is yours

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If you were employed for the same employer - regardless on site or offsite becomes irrelevant


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ACS guidelines says that if you change countries, the same has to be reflected in the reference letter and thereby SD

"The country in which the employment was performed must be stated clearly in the reference. If you have worked in multiple countries for one company, the employment reference must clearly show the specific dates and corresponding locations where the employment was completed. An example of the required breakdown is provided in the example employment reference on the following page."

So you advise is not correct that the location is irrelevant


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ACS guidelines says that if you change countries, the same has to be reflected in the reference letter and thereby SD



"The country in which the employment was performed must be stated clearly in the reference. If you have worked in multiple countries for one company, the employment reference must clearly show the specific dates and corresponding locations where the employment was completed. An example of the required breakdown is provided in the example employment reference on the following page."



So you advise is not correct that the location is irrelevant





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I will insist that location is irrelevant.

Whether it was stated or not - i cant comment, as i don't know.

However, yes, i accept that it should be mentioned as per guidelines.


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I will insist that location is irrelevant, whether it was stated or not - i cant comment, as i don't know. Regardless of this whether you are on site or not is irrelevant- but yes, i accept that it should be mentioned as per guidelines.


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https://more.acs.org.au/__data/asset...Applicants.pdf

Your personal views that it is irrelevant over rule the guidelines of ACS ?

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Your personal views that it is irrelevant over rule the guidelines of ACS ?



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Please read my post carefully- you tend to assume things in a peculiar way. Which is, unfortunately, quite often incorrect.


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"I will insist that location is irrelevant.

Whether it was stated or not - i cant comment, as i don't know.

However, yes, i accept that it should be mentioned as per guidelines. "

You have emphatically insisted said that Yes Location is irrelevant even after reading my comments that ACS guidleines are to the contrary

What does that imply ?

It cannot be interpreted in another way but that your views are more important then ACS guidelines.

What is your interpretation of the statement that you made (I will insist that location is irrelevant. )?

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"I will insist that location is irrelevant.

Whether it was stated or not - i cant comment, as i don't know.

However, yes, i accept that it should be mentioned as per guidelines. "

You have emphatically insisted said that Yes Location is irrelevant even after reading my comments that ACS guidleines are to the contrary

What does that imply ?

It cannot be interpreted in another way but that your views are more important then ACS guidelines.

What is your interpretation of the statement that you made (I will insist that location is irrelevant. )?

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Ok, i can work at location A or B and C - 1 employer. It is fully acceptable.

Yes, you have to mention it.

I am not sure what reference letter of the above person stated and where sites were.

Does it make sense know?


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Ok, i can work at location A or B and C - 1 employer. It is fully acceptable.

Yes, you have to mention it.

I am not sure what reference letter of the above person stated and where sites were.

Does it make sense know?


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You are just not willing to accept that you made a wrong statement.

"If you were employed for the same employer - regardless on site or offsite becomes irrelevant "

This shows that you were fully aware that he was talking about locations in other countries and that what the ACS guidelines are also all about


Let the members reading the thread decide for themselves

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You are just not willing to accept that you made a wrong statement.

"If you were employed for the same employer - regardless on site or offsite becomes irrelevant "

This shows that you were fully aware that he was talking about locations in other countries and that what the ACS guidelines are also all about


Let the members reading the thread decide for themselves

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Ok -if it will make you feel better.

I made a wrong statement. My bad! sorry about that.

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You are just not willing to accept that you made a wrong statement.

"If you were employed for the same employer - regardless on site or offsite becomes irrelevant "

This shows that you were fully aware that he was talking about locations in other countries and that what the ACS guidelines are also all about


Let the members reading the thread decide for themselves

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Over the weekend these posts freaked me out! I have worked in 5 different countries in 3 continents during my first employment.

Since the company is based out of India and i was recruited in India, they do not mention different locations in general work experience letter.

I managed to convince my former supervisor to rush first thing Monday morning(she is in India) and re-send me the statutory declaration with the locations added. Since my ACS is yet to be completed, in stage 4a (with assessor), i sent an email to ACS to consider the new statutory declaration with locations for my first job where i worked in different countries.

I hope this won't be an issue The only way to contact them via the generic email address. I wonder how long it would take to route to my case officer and what to do in case i get a response from ACS without considering this updated document. I will keep everyone posted if I receive any response from ACS.

And for anyone else thinking about this....do the right thing....you will need to lie/worry in every step about your whereabouts if you don't mention the correct countries in ACS.

This mostly applies in cases where you worked in different countries. If you changed clients/roles/projects within same company/country it shouldn't matter.


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