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Old 1st September 2017, 08:51 AM
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Thanks and one last question.

What is your recommendation on when to apply for new ACS report, before or after the expiry of the current one?

Also, if I suspend my EOI and then enable/activate it again, will the EOI date of effect change?

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You can put the new ACS details on last day of expiry of old one.

To be on even safer side add the new ACS details as soon as your receive it i.e even before old one expires.
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Hello,

Can you please clarify if you are talking about posting the new ACS report on last day or applying for new ACS on last day?

If I apply for new ACS today, it may take 4-5 weeks to get the new ACS outcome report. It means if I apply for new ACS on the date when my current ACS expires, then I may have to keep my EOI suspended for 4-5 weeks. As far as I understand, one should apply for new ACS atleast a month before the current one expires.

What's your suggestion on this?

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Hello,

Can you please clarify if you are talking about posting the new ACS report on last day or applying for new ACS on last day?

If I apply for new ACS today, it may take 4-5 weeks to get the new ACS outcome report. It means if I apply for new ACS on the date when my current ACS expires, then I may have to keep my EOI suspended for 4-5 weeks. As far as I understand, one should apply for new ACS atleast a month before the current one expires.

What's your suggestion on this?

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You should apply ACS ASAP as your old one is going to expire soon. Your target should be to get the new ACS before the old one expires.

I am telling to get the new ACS ASAP and then update EOI at the earliest with the new ACS details.
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Hi all

My first question is whether my date of effect will change if I do some modifications in my designations (work experience). As a warning message is popping up and I am afraid of submitting the same. Moreover, my points are not changing. Secondly, as I had provided my two designations in the single box, would it be a good idea to take the risk for revising my position to the latest one only? Please help!

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My first question is whether my date of effect will change if I do some modifications in my designations (work experience). As a warning message is popping up and I am afraid of submitting the same. Moreover, my points are not changing. Secondly, as I had provided my two designations in the single box, would it be a good idea to take the risk for revising my position to the latest one only? Please help!



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If there is no change in points score; the DOE wonít change.

Mention your designations and work experiences as per your skills assessment outcome. Also, if the two designations were different; in terms of tasks performed, or start and end dates, itís better to enter them separately.


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Thanks Parth!

There are no significant changes in my designations, only the suffix(grade) was changed, as well as in my work. I have covered both in one box instead of segregating it chronologically. Secondly, my assessment letter( from EA) does not include my designations. Please enlighten me further.

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Hi,

I can confirm that if you change your details in your eoi but not change your score (i.e change the date of SA or education history, etc), the date of effect of you eoi (the date referring to your queue) does not change.

I have one question regarding my case. I have an EOI with date of effect on 24/12/2016. However, I did not receive positive skill assessment by that time. On say 2/4, I receive an invitation but I still didnt have SA. On 11/4, I receive my SA but did not log an application because I was afraid that my application will be refused as SA was received after invitation so I let the invitation lapse. I created another eoi with date of effect 11/4/2017 and edit the old one with new date for my SA and the date of effect of that eoi still remains 24/12/2016.

Now if I receive an invitation for the 24/12/2016 eoi, should I log an application as all of the details in my eoi is correct; however, the date of skill assessment is after the date of effect but before the date of invitation? will my application be refused as I submitted an eoi before getting positive SA?

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Claimed points will remain the same. In this case, will EOI date of effect change or not?

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DOE will not be changed in this case.

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Thanks Parth!

There are no significant changes in my designations, only the suffix(grade) was changed, as well as in my work. I have covered both in one box instead of segregating it chronologically. Secondly, my assessment letter( from EA) does not include my designations. Please enlighten me further.
Putting both under one title should not be a problem.

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Hi,

I can confirm that if you change your details in your eoi but not change your score (i.e change the date of SA or education history, etc), the date of effect of you eoi (the date referring to your queue) does not change.

I have one question regarding my case. I have an EOI with date of effect on 24/12/2016. However, I did not receive positive skill assessment by that time. On say 2/4, I receive an invitation but I still didnt have SA. On 11/4, I receive my SA but did not log an application because I was afraid that my application will be refused as SA was received after invitation so I let the invitation lapse. I created another eoi with date of effect 11/4/2017 and edit the old one with new date for my SA and the date of effect of that eoi still remains 24/12/2016.

Now if I receive an invitation for the 24/12/2016 eoi, should I log an application as all of the details in my eoi is correct; however, the date of skill assessment is after the date of effect but before the date of invitation? will my application be refused as I submitted an eoi before getting positive SA?

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I would suggest you do not lodge an application on the 24/12 EOI and to remove it from SkillSelect. The DOE wouldnt have changed as your points score is still the same; however, the CO may reject your application due to post-dated SA.

Only lodge an application from an EOI which is dated after your SA and English test (if applicable). In your case, its the EOI you submitted on 11/4.

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