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Old 11th July 2019, 10:20 AM
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Originally Posted by akshaypuri05 View Post
As NB replied to my question (you can also check CPA website) it is a sequential process for Accountants. First you need to get the skill assessment done (that is based on education) if that is positive then only you can apply for employment
assessment. To claim partner's point employment assessment is not necessary in this case.
On that other hand, for ACS assessment you need both education and relevant work to get a positive result. So by default you have to show both.
Thanks Akshay for the information.

I'm doing some research on the matter. Will take the help of the forum by creating a new thread.
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