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secured 19th November 2019 05:48 PM

ACS Assessment queries
 
Hi,

I had last been positively assessed in 2017 when the rules weren't updated by ACS. If I submit a new assessment that is linked to my older assessment do I have to have to re-submit the older documents as per the new rules?

Which means that I have to give pay slips etc. for older experiences?

Secondly, how many pay slips am I supposed to submit?

Y-ME369 19th November 2019 10:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by secured (Post 14993138)
Hi,

I had last been positively assessed in 2017 when the rules weren't updated by ACS. If I submit a new assessment that is linked to my older assessment do I have to have to re-submit the older documents as per the new rules?

Which means that I have to give pay slips etc. for older experiences?

Secondly, how many pay slips am I supposed to submit?

I'm about to go through this process myself. My agent said my old documents will be linked to the new application but will have to provide new evidence for tax/salaries for the employment covered by the original application.

I've got the entire tax period and the first and last payslip for each position.

NB 19th November 2019 10:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by secured (Post 14993138)
Hi,

I had last been positively assessed in 2017 when the rules weren't updated by ACS. If I submit a new assessment that is linked to my older assessment do I have to have to re-submit the older documents as per the new rules?

Which means that I have to give pay slips etc. for older experiences?

Secondly, how many pay slips am I supposed to submit?

Drop an email to ACS and recheck
They are very prompt and helpful

Do post their reply

Cheers

angsgee 21st November 2019 12:36 AM

Hi ,

My Husband had below experience as Software Engineer, and later on, he is not in IT Field. He moved to Banking.

Date of Joining: 21st Mar 2011
Date of leaving: 12 Apr 2013.

In ACS, We had a positive assessment and suitable for 261313 after Mar 2013.

But We have Payslip till Mar 2013 only.

We have Experience Letter from his company with Date of Joining and Date of Leaving as well.

Is it eligible to claim 5 pts for spouse.

NB 21st November 2019 02:34 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by angsgee (Post 14994166)
Hi ,

My Husband had below experience as Software Engineer, and later on, he is not in IT Field. He moved to Banking.

Date of Joining: 21st Mar 2011
Date of leaving: 12 Apr 2013.

In ACS, We had a positive assessment and suitable for 261313 after Mar 2013.

But We have Payslip till Mar 2013 only.

We have Experience Letter from his company with Date of Joining and Date of Leaving as well.

Is it eligible to claim 5 pts for spouse.

Itís 10 points now
Yes you can claim as you have to give evidence only till Mar 2013

Cheers

smithasya.999 21st November 2019 10:09 AM

fresh request for ACS Reassement is required
 
Hello,

I had done the assessment from ACS in May 2018, ANZSCO 261312.
It is valid till April 2020, however I want to do the reassessment as my designation in the current company has changed.

So I have two questions -
1. Do I need to submit all the documents submitted previously along with the new experience letter ?

2. Do I have to apply for new ACS assessment? or I can provide the reference of previous one?

3. How much time does the ACS take nowadays for completing skill assessment ?
last year it took 45 days for getting assessment results.


Thanks for your replies and help.

Regards,
Priyanka

NB 21st November 2019 10:13 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by smithasya.999 (Post 14994448)
Hello,

I had done the assessment from ACS in May 2018, ANZSCO 261312.
It is valid till April 2020, however I want to do the reassessment as my designation in the current company has changed.

So I have two questions -
1. Do I need to submit all the documents submitted previously along with the new experience letter ?

2. Do I have to apply for new ACS assessment? or I can provide the reference of previous one?

3. How much time does the ACS take nowadays for completing skill assessment ?
last year it took 45 days for getting assessment results.


Thanks for your replies and help.

Regards,
Priyanka

1. The requirements of documents required for assessment has changed
So you would probably need to upload the full set again
You can drop an email to ACS and check

2. You have to link your old application to the current
It’s not optional

3 it’s 4-6 weeks currently, but keep in mind the holiday season next month onwards

Cheers

smithasya.999 21st November 2019 10:51 AM

Hello,
Thanks for reply.
I just checked by loggin in to my ACS account and tried submitting the new application,I could see that they have indeed linked the previously submitted documents all details in new one.
Also the change I could see it that document should be scanned in 300 dpi format.
Last year I uploaded documents with 200 dpi size.

Is there any other change to the process that needs to be taken care?
Can you clarify if you know ?
Thank you again!

NB 21st November 2019 01:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by smithasya.999 (Post 14994486)
Hello,
Thanks for reply.
I just checked by loggin in to my ACS account and tried submitting the new application,I could see that they have indeed linked the previously submitted documents all details in new one.
Also the change I could see it that document should be scanned in 300 dpi format.
Last year I uploaded documents with 200 dpi size.

Is there any other change to the process that needs to be taken care?
Can you clarify if you know ?
Thank you again!

The list of documents required has changed drastically
You need to give a lot more evidence
Also no documents need to be notarised before uploading
Scanning in colour is sufficient

https://www.acs.org.au/content/dam/a...Aug%202018.pdf

Cheers

smithasya.999 21st November 2019 03:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by NB (Post 14994582)
The list of documents required has changed drastically
You need to give a lot more evidence
Also no documents need to be notarised before uploading
Scanning in colour is sufficient

https://www.acs.org.au/content/dam/a...Aug%202018.pdf

Cheers


Hey, Thanks for sharing the information and the document.
Indeed there are lot of changes in this section.
I can cite below and have got few more questions if you can answer -

1. Payment evidence - I understand that they need tax payment letter and payslips too. So how many

payslips we need to submit for past employments ?
is it okay to submit 2 payslips for form 16 from the employer should suffice ?

2. Also resume is required. So in this case, so we have to follow one particular format for CV?
Also if there are any work travel outside of India(excluding Aus) from the current or previous company,

do we have to submit any extra employment reference letter for this? or just one reference letter will

suffice ?

3. When I logged in to the section and start new application, it shows all the details and documents

previously filled it. Do I have to remove this documents and upload new scanned colour copies?
Or should I let the previous ones be as it is and upload new ones.

Kindly confirm. Also if you have email id for contacting ACS team, please share.
Thanks again.

-Regards
Priyanka


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