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Hello fellas.

I'm planning to apply for Visa 189 late this year, I've got a bachelor of Computing Engineering degree. I've work as telecommunications and networking specialist, but acctually all my duties and responsibilities are like a network engineer's ones (I've check on acs website), also I've got lots of Cisco Certifications such as CCNP, CCDP and CCNA-Security. So, in practice, I work as a engineer, but the company that I work for didn't hire me as engineer just to save money. So, I was wondering, do you guys think if I apply for the visa 189, I would be succesfully approved? Do you guys think, that even though I work as a specialit in the documents, my bachelor of Computing Engineering degree could help me to be accepted?

Is there anyone else in the same situation?

Thanks a million guys, this issue has been hanging over my mind for a long time. I need to know it as soon as possible, because if ACS rejects my application I would have to look for another company to start work as a network engineer.


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Hello fellas.

I'm planning to apply for Visa 189 late this year, I've got a bachelor of Computing Engineering degree. I've work as telecommunications and networking specialist, but acctually all my duties and responsibilities are like a network engineer's ones (I've check on acs website), also I've got lots of Cisco Certifications such as CCNP, CCDP and CCNA-Security. So, in practice, I work as a engineer, but the company that I work for didn't hire me as engineer just to save money. So, I was wondering, do you guys think if I apply for the visa 189, I would be succesfully approved? Do you guys think, that even though I work as a specialit in the documents, my bachelor of Computing Engineering degree could help me to be accepted?

Is there anyone else in the same situation?

Thanks a million guys, this issue has been hanging over my mind for a long time. I need to know it as soon as possible, because if ACS rejects my application I would have to look for another company to start work as a network engineer.
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Your title does not matter, you have to ask your employer to detail your duties at work in your reference letter. If they are closely related to Network Engineer then I believe you will get a positive assessment. Also your degree must be closely related to the nominated occupation. Hope this helps
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Your title does not matter, you have to ask your employer to detail your duties at work in your reference letter. If they are closely related to Network Engineer then I believe you will get a positive assessment. Also your degree must be closely related to the nominated occupation. Hope this helps
Thanks a lot Vincentluf. What a relief man!

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Hey Vincentluf and Archv,

Can you please update on your current status? I too am looking for guidance on jobs and scene out there?
Have you guys moved?

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Can you please update on your current status? I too am looking for guidance on jobs and scene out there?
Have you guys moved?

Thanks in advance.
Hi, im in sydney since March. I'm working for a bank till now until I get a job in IT.

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Hi Guys, I have BSc in Computer Science and working as an Network Administrator for 3 years, is it possible to apply under skilled immigrant independent (189) please? I have enough points with my IELTS 8 points. Please share your experiences and thoughts, really appreciated !

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