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NB 27th December 2019 06:42 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Prashanth364 (Post 15014734)
Hello friends,

First of all, thanks to all those who constantly respond to all the queries. Really appreciate all your efforts in helping people like me.

I have been following posts in this forum for few months now. And I can see that some applications from March are now being processed (sigh of relief :-) ).
I have applied for 189 too and waiting for few months now. Below is the snapshot.

ANZSCO Code: 261313
Points: 85
EOI: 01 Apr 2019
Invited: 11 Apr 2019
Application lodged/Date submitted: 04 May 2019 (For myself and my Spouse. No kids)
I am claiming parter points as she is in same occupation
Current Status: Received

I am hoping that my application will be picked up for processing in coming few months.
So, as much as possible I want to close any gaps in the information I have provided to DHA so far. So seeking your advise here on few questions I have.


1. My name in all my education documents have just initials, where as in my passport and other work related documents these initials are expanded.
Do I need to provide any affidavit to showcase that they are the same person. Right now, this difference is mentioned in Form 80 and Form 1221 under other names.

2. Work - Present organization: I want to avoid any enquiry in my present organization as they are not aware and I don't want them to be aware of my PR application.
I have submitted reference letter issued by my present organization on the company letter head signed by HR. The letter also lists my roles and responsibilities clearly.
( I gave different reason while requesting for the letter). This is the same letter I submitted for my ACS assessment in Sep 2018.
In addition to above, I have provided employment offer letter, Salary slips, Tax assessment documents till March 2019.
Do I need any additional document to avoid CO contact and company enquiry? Is reference letter in the form I explained above sufficient?

Previous organization: I don't have issues if DHA wants to contact them. I can provide relevant contact details in such case.
However, wondering what I can do to avoid CO contact.
I have submitted reference letter on the company letter head signed by HR. The letter also lists roles and responsibilities I performed while working for them clearly.
I have also submitted employment offer letter and relieving letter. But I don't have salary slips or tax documents for the entire period.
Only financial proof I can provide is the Bank statements. But here also, the "salary credited by name" is not consistent.
Will this be an issue? What other options I have to prove my employment?

1. Make an notarised affidavit and keep with you of same person
2.Many CO ask that the salary should also be mentioned in the reference letter for current employment
Get a fresh letter with the salary mentioned, if it was not mentioned in earlier letter
Give evidence of PF deductions
But all said and done, no matter what you provide, the CO will ultimately decide whether he wants to go for employment verification or not
You can only reduce the chances, but cannot eliminate it

Previous organisation
Without salary slips, your case is very weak
You should try to get them
If a few are missing, it may be acceptable, but a lot may create problems
You need third party evidence for every employment for which you have claimed points or has been used for AQF
PF , bank statement or tax return you need at least one if not all for all employments

The only silver lining in your case is that you have provided reference letters which makes your case somewhat strong

Cheers

Prashanth364 30th December 2019 02:21 PM

Clarifications on documents
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by NB (Post 15014770)
1. Make an notarised affidavit and keep with you of same person
2.Many CO ask that the salary should also be mentioned in the reference letter for current employment
Get a fresh letter with the salary mentioned, if it was not mentioned in earlier letter
Give evidence of PF deductions
But all said and done, no matter what you provide, the CO will ultimately decide whether he wants to go for employment verification or not
You can only reduce the chances, but cannot eliminate it

Previous organisation
Without salary slips, your case is very weak
You should try to get them
If a few are missing, it may be acceptable, but a lot may create problems
You need third party evidence for every employment for which you have claimed points or has been used for AQF
PF , bank statement or tax return you need at least one if not all for all employments

The only silver lining in your case is that you have provided reference letters which makes your case somewhat strong

Cheers


Thank you NB for your quick response.

1. I will work on getting affidavit.
2. Getting another reference letter would be a very difficult task. Can I submit my recent salary revision letter for this?
Previous organization: I will request for tax deduction document (Form-16) for all the years I worked in the company from them. Hopefully they should be able to provide this.

My new question,
I moved out of India to UK in June 2019 on an assignment from the same current organisation after I applied for 189 in May. What updates do I need to provide DHA in this case?
I have already got my PCC done for UK last month which covers my previous stay here as well.

neerocks 1st January 2020 01:42 PM

Hi all,

I had got CO contact for submitting PCC within 28days. If in the worst case, I am not able to getPCC within 28 days, can anyone please share the email Id to contact CO to inform that the PCC process is ongoing and it will be delayed.

Thanks

TVS2Aus 1st January 2020 03:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by neerocks (Post 15016352)
Hi all,

I had got CO contact for submitting PCC within 28days. If in the worst case, I am not able to getPCC within 28 days, can anyone please share the email Id to contact CO to inform that the PCC process is ongoing and it will be delayed.

Thanks

Are you from India?
If yes, you will get PCC within 1 day from the Passport office.

neerocks 1st January 2020 03:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TaniVan (Post 15016372)
Are you from India?
If yes, you will get PCC within 1 day from the Passport office.

Yes am from India, but the PCC requested was US PCC state.

TVS2Aus 1st January 2020 03:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by neerocks (Post 15016374)
Yes am from India, but the PCC requested was US PCC state.

Check these:

<SNIP>

https://in.usembassy.gov/u-s-citizen...ground-checks/

wewake17 1st January 2020 03:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by neerocks (Post 15016352)
Hi all,

I had got CO contact for submitting PCC within 28days. If in the worst case, I am not able to getPCC within 28 days, can anyone please share the email Id to contact CO to inform that the PCC process is ongoing and it will be delayed.

Thanks

Whats your lodgment date if i may ask?

neerocks 1st January 2020 04:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TaniVan (Post 15016376)

Thanks for the details. I hav already requested for California state PCC.
My question was more of how to reply back to CO if in case this gets delayed.
Any emailId where we can contact the CO directly

wewake17 1st January 2020 05:13 PM

[quote=neerocks;15016398]
Quote:

Originally Posted by TaniVan (Post 15016376)
Check these:

<SNIP>

https://in.usembassy.gov/u-s-citizen...ground-checks/[/quot

From NB's previous messages

[email protected]

Thanks for the details. I hav already requested for California state PCC.
My question was more of how to reply back to CO if in case this gets delayed.
Any emailId where we can contact the CO directly


wewake17 1st January 2020 05:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by neerocks (Post 15016398)
Quote:

Originally Posted by TaniVan (Post 15016376)

Thanks for the details. I hav already requested for California state PCC.
My question was more of how to reply back to CO if in case this gets delayed.
Any emailId where we can contact the CO directly

[quote=wewake17;15016402]
Quote:

Originally Posted by neerocks (Post 15016398)
Quote:

Originally Posted by TaniVan (Post 15016376)
Check these:

<SNIP>

https://in.usembassy.gov/u-s-citizen...ground-checks/[/quot

From NB's previous messages

[email protected]

Thanks for the details. I hav already requested for California state PCC.
My question was more of how to reply back to CO if in case this gets delayed.
Any emailId where we can contact the CO directly


Hope this helps
[email protected]


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