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My further analysis:

1. On July 11th, there might have been 1000 invites with 850 for 80 pointe holders and 150 for 85 or 90 point holders. this included 100 wasted invites from Feb 12th to March 12th and 750 invites till May 14th; for 80 point holders.
2. in august, the no of invitations would be 2000, since the dibp prefers a month stretch of extra invites over 1000 invites to cover for 80 point holders.
3. in September, there may be 2000 invites again. in October and November, there may be 1500 invites each. This roughly means half of as many invites as in the last year for the same period.
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I have 12 years and 4 months experience as ICT Business Analyst and I have done MBA in HRM and Marketing. So at the time of ACS assessment, how many of experience they will deduct?


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Well 491 is basically 489. So, unless your occupation is in demand in regional areas and you don't get regional nomination, it is same. if your occupation is pro-rata, it is very difficult for you to get nomination as regional areas don't usually need accountants, ICT and engineers. But if you are a hairdresser or plumber or similar, then yes very good chance.







75 points for non pro-rata will also move quite slowly. Unless you have applied 3 months ago, it will be quite difficult to get it.







Why do you think you are the only person who will get 10 extra points? Everybody will which makes it overall no change at all. If all the people who applied with 75 points goes to 85, then all the 80 pointers will go to 90 and you will still be 5 points short.
So mechanical engineer should not go for 491???
The only reason mechanical will gl there because 189 amd 190 is so competitive cant get 85 points

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I have 12 years and 4 months experience as ICT Business Analyst and I have done MBA in HRM and Marketing. So at the time of ACS assessment, how many of experience they will deduct?


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Hi Everyone. I have a query about Acs . I initially Got Acs Done for 261313 in 2018 January. I got a full time job as software engineer In telstra in October 2018 . 2019 October 30th I will complete 1 year Australian experience. My question is can I get ACS done now and add this experience and fill the till date column as ongoin ? So that I get points on 30th October or I can apply only on 30th October? Please advice .

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Hi Everyone. I have a query about Acs . I initially Got Acs Done for 261313 in 2018 January. I got a full time job as software engineer In telstra in October 2018 . 2019 October 30th I will complete 1 year Australian experience. My question is can I get ACS done now and add this experience and fill the till date column as ongoin ? So that I get points on 30th October or I can apply only on 30th October? Please advice .

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Hi Everyone. I have a query about Acs . I initially Got Acs Done for 261313 in 2018 January. I got a full time job as software engineer In telstra in October 2018 . 2019 October 30th I will complete 1 year Australian experience. My question is can I get ACS done now and add this experience and fill the till date column as ongoin ? So that I get points on 30th October or I can apply only on 30th October? Please advice .

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Hi Everyone. I have a query about Acs . I initially Got Acs Done for 261313 in 2018 January. I got a full time job as software engineer In telstra in October 2018 . 2019 October 30th I will complete 1 year Australian experience. My question is can I get ACS done now and add this experience and fill the till date column as ongoin ? So that I get points on 30th October or I can apply only on 30th October? Please advice .

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Make sure that there is no change in your designation and RnR after you apply for the ACS re assessment

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If it’s ongoing employment. ACS will consider the date of application as the cutoff date for experience. It does not consider future date.
So no, you can’t claim 1 year of experience until October and apply for acs then.

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If you started work at October 2018 and submit application today I.e. July 2019. Then you’re experience is October to July(9months) no matter you have employment agreement till October 2019.

Please look at ACS guidelines document for more info.

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If it’s ongoing employment. ACS will consider the date of application as the cutoff date for experience. It does not consider future date.
So no, you can’t claim 1 year of experience until October and apply for acs then.

For example:
If you started work at October 2018 and submit application today I.e. July 2019. Then you’re experience is October to July(9months) no matter you have employment agreement till October 2019.

Please look at ACS guidelines document for more info.

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Most of the applicants claim points for experience beyond their skills assessment and face no problem

That’s why the EOI has the option that you leave the TO DATE blank when applying

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If it’s ongoing employment. ACS will consider the date of application as the cutoff date for experience. It does not consider future date.
So no, you can’t claim 1 year of experience until October and apply for acs then.

For example:
If you started work at October 2018 and submit application today I.e. July 2019. Then you’re experience is October to July(9months) no matter you have employment agreement till October 2019.

Please look at ACS guidelines document for more info.

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Most of the applicants claim points for experience beyond their skills assessment and face no problem

That’s why the EOI has the option that you leave the TO DATE blank when applying

Consult a Mara agent if you have doubts

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I am aware of the EOI -TO DATE clause in ACS which should mean you are ongoing employee and have gained experience till that date.

I was and am still a permanent employee at my work place. I followed the same process back then(to date). The ACS outcome was I was able to gain points for experience till that date which makes sense.

The whole idea of claiming experience beyond ACS skills assessment seems absurd and unethical. But that’s just my thoughts .

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I am aware of the EOI -TO DATE clause in ACS which should mean you are ongoing employee and have gained experience till that date.

I was and am still a permanent employee at my work place. I followed the same process back then(to date). The ACS outcome was I was able to gain points for experience till that date which makes sense.

The whole idea of claiming experience beyond ACS skills assessment seems absurd and unethical. But that’s just my thoughts .
So if I want to claim additional points for experience, then every time I become eligible for more points, I should get myself reassessed even if I am in the same company job, location, designation and RnR ?

Basically I will submit everything identical to my original application and pay the fees to the skills assessment agency for doing nothing , as nothing has changed since the last application, so what will they assess ?

Your thoughts are music to the ears of skills assessment agencies, but sadly it’s not correct

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