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Dear All,

I just read that ACS had updated their application checklist which doesn't not require documents to be certified anymore.

While I was working on my experience documents, I noticed in case we are providing a statutory declaration, we also need to prove the working relationship with the person who has provided the declaration.

ACS accepts following docs :
* Employment certificate/statement of service
* Leaving certificate if no longer working at the same company.

Unfortunately, the person providing we with the declaration doesn't not have employment certificate in possession.

I please let me know if we can use any other documents for the same for example payslips

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Dear All,

I just read that ACS had updated their application checklist which doesn't not require documents to be certified anymore.

While I was working on my experience documents, I noticed in case we are providing a statutory declaration, we also need to prove the working relationship with the person who has provided the declaration.

ACS accepts following docs :
* Employment certificate/statement of service
* Leaving certificate if no longer working at the same company.

Unfortunately, the person providing we with the declaration doesn't not have employment certificate in possession.

I please let me know if we can use any other documents for the same for example payslips

Thanks



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Most probably not but no harm in dropping an email to help ACS and asking if payslips will be acceptable
Employment certificate should not be difficult to obtain as it just certifies that the person is working in the company from so and so date and at this position

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Thank you NB,

I dropped an email to ACS.

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