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kmathur90 26th December 2018 04:53 AM

Hi, I am applying in same ANZSCO code and preparing for my ACS eval. I am looking for the formats for the documents that needs to be submitted,Can you share the reference letter format in private message?

Quote:

Originally Posted by arvindjoshi (Post 14752690)
I am expecting grant in year 2019. Below is my case

ANZSCO Code : 261313(Software Engineer)
Invited: 11-Aug-2018
Visa Petition Filed on: 28-Sep-2018
Wife pregnant - Her Medical's are pending as x-ray is not advisable during pregnancy. Expected Delivery date is 22-Jan
First CO Contact : 13-Dec-2018, CO is asking for wife's medical & work reference letter from Current workplace.
Employment reference should meet below requirements
● A reference should be on the official letterhead of the company providing the reference.
● The letterhead should indicate clearly the full address of the company and any phone
numbers, fax numbers, emails and website addresses.
● The name and position of the person authorised to sign the reference should be typed
or stamped below that person's signature - a reference with only an illegible signature
will not be accepted.
● The direct contact number of the person writing the reference should be included in the
letter.
● The letter should indicate the exact period of employment, position(s) held including
whether permanent or temporary, full or part time, the main five duties undertaken, and
the salary earned


Replied on : 19-Dec-2018 in below fashion.
1. Sent a mail to [email protected] to defer the wife's medical till the child birth. I have attached wife's latest sonography report and latest gynecologist prescription report to the mail. Uploaded these docs in ImmiAccount as well.
2. Uploaded below docs to ImmiAccount for current employment proof
- Reference Letter on company's letter head. The reference letter does not have the salary details and a direct contact number of the person writing the reference as the company has a standard template.
- Salary Certificate on company's letter head
- Compensation Letter
- Uploaded all payslips contaning latest payslips
3.Asked CO to defer wife's medical by using change in circumstances option available in ImmiAccount.


Waiting for CO contact..........


vabhs192003 26th December 2018 05:32 AM

I logged my app along with my partner on 25th October, 2018 for Software Engineer profile (75 points). Lately, there has been some speedup in Visa processing but I think that's not the case across the board.

However, given the recent trend, my question to the community is by when can I tentatively expect the Visa grant at best and at worst? Is there a possibility that my IED could be more than 2 months as our medicals were done on 15th October, 2018?

Ismiya 28th December 2018 03:35 AM

I m here...

NB 28th December 2018 03:51 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by vabhs192003 (Post 14754080)
I logged my app along with my partner on 25th October, 2018 for Software Engineer profile (75 points). Lately, there has been some speedup in Visa processing but I think that's not the case across the board.

However, given the recent trend, my question to the community is by when can I tentatively expect the Visa grant at best and at worst? Is there a possibility that my IED could be more than 2 months as our medicals were done on 15th October, 2018?

Nobody in the world can predict it

4-6 months is a good guess if all your documents are complete and the evidence that you have submitted is strong

As far as earliest and latest is concerned, I think the grant varies from 2 weeks to even 2 years, but these are exceptionally rare

The CO has powers to extend the IED beyond the medicals expiry date and they usually do so

You will have to wait patiently for the grant


Cheers

harpreet22 28th December 2018 04:07 AM

Today I was going through my EOI details, the PDF file that I downloaded. I have two different queries:

1. In the PDF file under Employment it says: Provide details of the client's employment history for the last 10 years.
When I submitted the EOI, I did not provide any employment details as I did not claim any point.
But in my visa application I provided all the employment details. did I do something wrong?

2. In my EOI I entered my Qualification as Bachelor Degree in Science, Business or Technology and course as Information Technology whereas I had to put course as Bachelor Degree in Information Technology.
Same with Masters - Entered qualification as Masters Degree in Science, Business or Technology and course name as Computer Networks whereas course should be Masters of Information Technology (Professional) -Computer Networks
My agent corrected it in visa application and he told me that this should not be an issue as you did not do anything wrong to claim extra points.

Can these cause a visa rejection? I am not sure whats going to happen.

NB 28th December 2018 04:14 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by harpreet22 (Post 14755340)
Today I was going through my EOI details, the PDF file that I downloaded. I have two different queries:

1. In the PDF file under Employment it says: Provide details of the client's employment history for the last 10 years.
When I submitted the EOI, I did not provide any employment details as I did not claim any point.
But in my visa application I provided all the employment details. did I do something wrong?

2. In my EOI I entered my Qualification as Bachelor Degree in Science, Business or Technology and course as Information Technology whereas I had to put course as Bachelor Degree in Information Technology.
Same with Masters - Entered qualification as Masters Degree in Science, Business or Technology and course name as Computer Networks whereas course should be Masters of Information Technology (Professional) -Computer Networks
My agent corrected it in visa application and he told me that this should not be an issue as you did not do anything wrong to claim extra points.

Can these cause a visa rejection? I am not sure whats going to happen.

1. You have submitted a wrong EOI
How serious the CO will take it is speculative

2. Itís a minor mistake
I donít think there is anything to be worried about

Moreover, you already have a Mara agent, so relax,
I am sure he knows what he is doing more then all of us combined on the forum

Cheers

harpreet22 28th December 2018 04:17 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by NB (Post 14755346)
1. You have submitted a wrong EOI
How serious the CO will take it is speculative

2. Itís a minor mistake
I donít think there is anything to be worried about

Moreover, you already have a Mara agent, so relax,
I am sure he knows what he is doing more then all of us combined on the forum

Cheers

1. So you mean I should have mentioned my Employment in EOI even I am not claiming any point. Right?

NB 28th December 2018 04:20 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by harpreet22 (Post 14755350)
1. So you mean I should have mentioned my Employment in EOI even I am not claiming any point. Right?

That’s correct
That’s precisely why they have an option in the EOI wherein you have to mention that this employment is relevant or not

If an applicant was supposed to fill only those records for which he has claimed points, then this option would not be required

Cheers

harpreet22 28th December 2018 04:21 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by NB (Post 14755354)
That’s correct
That’s precisely why they have an option in the EOI wherein you have to mention that this employment is relevant or not

Cheers

Can this be a serious issue? My agent did not tell me anything about this. I am very nervous now.

What happens if a visa gets refused?

essessp 28th December 2018 04:22 AM

Can someone help me to understand if i did below correctly:

I am working for company "X", and i got RNR on Company letterhead stating i am working here from **/**/2014 to till date along with other details. The company had sent me on UK assignment for 10 months last year. As I was working for same company "X", i did not mentioned my UK details anywhere except in Form 80 for address of last 10 years. Can i receive a CO contact for producing Tax related details of UK stay/work(though for same company X)?

For my previous company(I:E before 2014), I got Australian stay mentioned as I had to claim Australian work points as well, like i worked between **/**/2012 to **/**/2013 in Australia and rest of the period in India. As far as ACS letter is concerned, They have provided me Australian work mentioned the way i wanted and nothing mentioned for my UK work.

Is there any need of voluntary correction for mentioning UK work of 10 months? or is it that since i worked for same organisation and it falls in overseas exp so it does not matter to CO if i worked in UK(on client assignment) or India as all will fall into Overseas exp.


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