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Today I got refused by ACT.
Refusal stated that I must attach a copy of the SkillSelect EOI Record of Responses. I submitted the online application without attaching a Skill Select EOI lodged with Home Affairs.

Have I missed some step in applying? I had applied for Canberra Matrix, and was invited to apply, to claim my points with supporting documents. I did not submit anything else. If I understand you correctly, apart from Canberra Matrix, do I need to send separate AOI, to be lodged with Home Affairs? If so, when should that be done? After I receive a response from Canberra matrix, or I should do it at the same time when I submit Canberra Matrix, when I do new resubmission? So puzzled

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Today I got refused by ACT. [IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.expatforum.com/expats/images/smilies/frown.gif[/IMG]
Refusal stated that I must attach a copy of the SkillSelect EOI Record of Responses. I submitted the online application without attaching a Skill Select EOI lodged with Home Affairs.


Have I missed some step in applying? I had applied for Canberra Matrix, and was invited to apply, to claim my points with supporting documents. I did not submit anything else. If I understand you correctly, apart from Canberra Matrix, do I need to send separate AOI, to be lodged with Home Affairs? If so, when should that be done? After I receive a response from Canberra matrix, or I should do it at the same time when I submit Canberra Matrix, when I do new resubmission? So puzzled [IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.expatforum.com/expats/images/smilies/frown.gif[/IMG]
Yes you should have attached EOI where you have claimed points atleast 65. They want to make sure if you are invited, Do you pass the skillselect points too.

Also, they can only invite you if they have yours EOI number. Without that they can not approve your application.

You should create a skillselect login and create your profile there too. Submit another Canberra Matrix and wait for invite to submit full application again with ACT.

May I know the timeline for your application response. When did you submit the application and when did they assign case officer. After how many days did you get your rejection.

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Today I got refused by ACT. [IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.expatforum.com/expats/images/smilies/frown.gif[/IMG]
Refusal stated that I must attach a copy of the SkillSelect EOI Record of Responses. I submitted the online application without attaching a Skill Select EOI lodged with Home Affairs.

Have I missed some step in applying? I had applied for Canberra Matrix, and was invited to apply, to claim my points with supporting documents. I did not submit anything else. If I understand you correctly, apart from Canberra Matrix, do I need to send separate AOI, to be lodged with Home Affairs? If so, when should that be done? After I receive a response from Canberra matrix, or I should do it at the same time when I submit Canberra Matrix, when I do new resubmission? So puzzled [IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.expatforum.com/expats/images/smilies/frown.gif[/IMG]
1. What date you got your invitation ?
2. What date they refused ?

In my view, EOI is the basic requriment, it indicates that you have skilled assessment, 65 points and so on. Other thing they clealy asked that in document list ( if you haven't uploded, it says)

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Thank you. But when should I lodge EoI, before or after I submit ACT Canberra matrix?

I submitted my Canberra Matrix on 16 January, on 31 January was invited to apply with supporting documents within 14 days; I applied on 10 February; on 27 February I was given a case officer, and today, on 29 March application was refused.

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Thank you. But when should I lodge EoI, before or after I submit ACT Canberra matrix?

I submitted my Canberra Matrix on 16 January, on 31 January was invited to apply with supporting documents within 14 days; I applied on 10 February; on 27 February I was given a case officer, and today, on 29 March application was refused.
Thank you for your reply, basis idea behind EOI is that you have 65 points, as far as I think it doesn't matter you lodge your EOI before your matrix or after invitation. But you have to prove that you have 65 points, when you prove your claims ( lodging documents, within 14 days). For safer side, you had better get your EOI before the matrix lodge. You can lodge any number of eoi, but dont try to do that.

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Thank you for your reply, basis idea behind EOI is that you have 65 points, as far as I think it doesn't matter you lodge your EOI before your matrix or after invitation. But you have to prove that you have 65 points, when you prove your claims ( lodging documents, within 14 days). For safer side, you had better get your EOI before the matrix lodge. You can lodge any number of eoi, but dont try to do that.
Thank you, I'll do that then. I have 65 points, both for Matrix, but also for EoI.

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Thank you for your reply, basis idea behind EOI is that you have 65 points, as far as I think it doesn't matter you lodge your EOI before your matrix or after invitation. But you have to prove that you have 65 points, when you prove your claims ( lodging documents, within 14 days). For safer side, you had better get your EOI before the matrix lodge. You can lodge any number of eoi, but dont try to do that.
Thank you, I'll do that then. I have 65 points, both for Matrix, but also for EoI.
Yes, 65 points on EOI hardly ever change, unless age matters. But if you didn't work last 3 months, at least one week then equation change again.good luck

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Yes, 65 points on EOI hardly ever change, unless age matters. But if you didn't work last 3 months, at least one week then equation change again.good luck
I have lodged EoI now, claiming 65 points. So what should be my next step, do I need to wait for some response from them, or I can submit Canberra matrix? I know that AUS Home Affairs for EoI sometimes they don't invite for months, or even more than a year...

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I have lodged EoI now, claiming 65 points. So what should be my next step, do I need to wait for some response from them, or I can submit Canberra matrix? I know that AUS Home Affairs for EoI sometimes they don't invite for months, or even more than a year...


I think you should resubmit another Canberra matrix and wait for a new invitation, and redo all the processes again. But you can still try see if it is ok you send them your EOI copy now (highly likely No)


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Thank you. But when should I lodge EoI, before or after I submit ACT Canberra matrix?

I submitted my Canberra Matrix on 16 January, on 31 January was invited to apply with supporting documents within 14 days; I applied on 10 February; on 27 February I was given a case officer, and today, on 29 March application was refused.
I am sorry to hear your news. However, could you please let me know your occupation, and you are onshore or offshore?

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