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machete 23rd August 2019 10:28 PM

Partner Qualification's assessment
 
Dear All,
I am a telecom engineer and i got my engineer's Australia assessment including 5 years of experience recently. Now i want to apply for my wife's qualification who is a MBBS doctor. I dont know how to claim marks for her qualification. Does she need to take OET test first or does she need to clear the AMC test without OET? Kindly help
Regards,

mail2notif 23rd August 2019 11:04 PM

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Originally Posted by machete (Post 14936090)
Dear All,

I am a telecom engineer and i got my engineer's Australia assessment including 5 years of experience recently. Now i want to apply for my wife's qualification who is a MBBS doctor. I dont know how to claim marks for her qualification. Does she need to take OET test first or does she need to clear the AMC test without OET? Kindly help

Regards,

First of all you need to check if her job code is available on MTSOL or not. As for claiming spouse points the job code should be on the same list for 189. Forum have one mbbs thread. Search for that.

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NB 23rd August 2019 11:16 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by machete (Post 14936090)
Dear All,
I am a telecom engineer and i got my engineer's Australia assessment including 5 years of experience recently. Now i want to apply for my wife's qualification who is a MBBS doctor. I dont know how to claim marks for her qualification. Does she need to take OET test first or does she need to clear the AMC test without OET? Kindly help
Regards,

Not so simple

https://www.expatforum.com/expats/au...bs-doctor.html

Cheers


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