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My supervisor's designation is incorrect in the statutory declaration for my current employer.
My ACS came positive with this statutory declaration and after the ACS assessment I found out that the designation is incorrect.

Right now I have submitted EOI and waiting for the invitation.
Now I am worried when I will be submitting this statutory declaration for DIBP then during employment verification whether this would be creating any problems.

My statutory declaration contains

Name Ė XYZ
Address Ė XYZ
Occupation Ė Senior Test Manager
Employer Name Ė Infosys Limited

This is to certify that Mr. abc (Emp Id - 123456) was an employee of the Infosys Limited and was employed full time (minimum 40 hours per week) from June 06, 2016 Ė till date as I am his Manager who interacted with and witnessed his work on a regular basis throughout the employment


In Occupation, i have mention Senior Test Manager and in the statement I have mentioned Manager. Actually, my supervisor is Manager not Senior Test Manager



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Hi Arvind

There should not be any problem as the document does not state anything wrong about your employment details (dates, full time, designation), your skills, and your work relation with the author. You should be fine if your HR can attest that your details and skills in the document and that of the author are correct. You should talk to your HR and make them aware of the possibility of them receiving such a verification email.

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Hi Keeda,

To be on a safer side, I am going to prepare a new statutory declaration with correct supervisor's designation. I hope creating a new statutory declaration will be fine??
HR are not aware of roles and responsibilities of an employee. They would ask the manager to confirm the same if they get any verification email from DIBP.

Anyways, I will inform HR about the verification.

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Hi Keeda,

To be on a safer side, I am going to prepare a new statutory declaration with correct supervisor's designation. I hope creating a new statutory declaration will be fine??
HR are not aware of roles and responsibilities of an employee. They would ask the manager to confirm the same if they get any verification email from DIBP.

Anyways, I will inform HR about the verification.

Regards,
Arvind Joshi

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Are you going to get yourself reassessed with the new SD, or you will simply swap the old SD with this SD when you submit your documents to DIBP ?

If that's your intention, then you are running foul of the rules
You have to submit a set of the documents to DIBP which you submitted to ACS for the assessment. The new SD cannot be back dated and you can't have a SD which has a date later then the assessment

Have you thought about this ?

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Hi Newbienz,

Yes, I will be creating a new SD but not going for reassessment with this new SD.
Everything is going to be same expect the designation of my supervisor which is incorrect in current SD.
I don't think there is any rule that you have to submit the same SD that was used during the assessment. DIBP only ask to submit the RnR proofs. In one of the thread, a guy did his ACS using SD and after the invitation, he submitted the RnR proofs on a company letterhead with the with help of HR.
Anyways they are going to verify the employment and I am not doing any wrong here.
In case DIBP ask me about the new SD then I will explain him about the incorrect designation issue. The ultimate aim is not to provide them incorrect detail.

Can you suggest here?? What should I do

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Hi Newbienz,

Yes, I will be creating a new SD but not going for reassessment with this new SD.
Everything is going to be same expect the designation of my supervisor which is incorrect in current SD.
I don't think there is any rule that you have to submit the same SD that was used during the assessment. DIBP only ask to submit the RnR proofs. In one of the thread, a guy did his ACS using SD and after the invitation, he submitted the RnR proofs on a company letterhead with the with help of HR.
Anyways they are going to verify the employment and I am not doing any wrong here.
In case DIBP ask me about the new SD then I will explain him about the incorrect designation issue. The ultimate aim is not to provide them incorrect detail.

Can you suggest here?? What should I do
As per DIBP rules, you have to submit to them a complete set of the documents that you used to get yourself assessed.
So as per you, in this set, you will be giving the new SD which has a date later then the date of the assessment instead of the SD that you actually use which has the wrong designation

As per me this document swapping is not acceptable and would come under a fraudulent act, the moment the CO looks at the dates

If you think it will be accepted by the CO after your explanation, please go ahead,
who am I to prevent you, after all you are the one risking your visa fees

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As per DIBP rules, you have to submit to them a complete set of the documents that you used to get yourself assessed.

Can you point me to the exact DIBP rule on this?? I want to read it to confirm.

Otherwise the only option is to go for ACS again.

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As per DIBP rules, you have to submit to them a complete set of the documents that you used to get yourself assessed.

Can you point me to the exact DIBP rule on this?? I want to read it to confirm.

Otherwise the only option is to go for ACS again.
It would be better if you used the word please in your request

Anyways here you go

Skilled employment
Evidence of any claimed skilled employment or self-employment in the 10 year period immediately before you were invited to apply, such as:
employment references
contracts, pay slips, tax returns, group certificates
evidence that you have been self-employed
any other documents that you provided to the relevant assessing authority to obtain your skills assessment, including any documents relating to your employment history.

https://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Visa-...ent-checklist#

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You are absolutely correct. The only way out is to do ACS again.
So in this case, after reassessment, new ACS application ID will be provided?right

Is it possible to update the EOI with this new ACS application ID??

Please suggest

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You are absolutely correct. The only way out is to do ACS again.
So in this case, after reassessment, new ACS application ID will be provided?right

Is it possible to update the EOI with this new ACS application ID??

Please suggest
It will be better to withdraw this EOI and start with a fresh application

A member has reported a complication in which his DOE is earlier then his assessment date and now he is in trouble

You get no advantage so why take an unnecessary risk and there is no bar in having any number of EOIs

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