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Old 14th January 2020, 01:24 AM
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Maybe they just don't care. Who cares the system is sh!t since they don't lose anything at all
Very disappointed indeed.

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Hi Rockopus,

It won't matter before Nov 2019 because point remains the same. But for me, it is wrongly claim more points due to the single 10 point thing. So no visa lodge for me.

Thanks anyway.
Please advise your agent to remove the wrongly claimed EOI (with an earlier DOE) if they are no longer applicable. People like you with multiple eois make up the hundreds of wasted invites.

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Please advise your agent to remove the wrongly claimed EOI (with an earlier DOE) if they are no longer applicable. People like you with multiple eois make up the hundreds of wasted invites.
Already did....

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FOLKS! Today I am so confused that I checked with ISACH and it turned out they made a MISTAKE! They wrongly claimed me single in the old EOI which got invited. So I'm still waiting.

If not for this forum, I would've submitted a wrong visa application and could potentially f**k me over for the rest of my life.

Thank you so much everyone.
And ISACH is the only agent to be claiming for Work Exp. points changes for some applicants (those with MAJOR in IT/COMPUTING and with 2yrs deduction earlier)
Makes me think twice before trusting ISACH after knowing about your case.

Thanks for sharing!
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Old 18th January 2020, 10:18 AM
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Yes they are.
Probably they did purposefully to show their high success rate and attract more people to spend on them. It's good that you identified the mistake at correct time. best of luck for next round.
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Hello All, need honest suggestion please. I am on 85 points for 261313 since May, 2019 as DOE for 189. ACS had deducted first 2 years from my work experience even though my education was in Computer Science Major hence I could claim only 5 points from ACS. If I count those 2 years deducted by ACS supported by evidence ofcourse, I'd be 90 as per latest policy change notification by ISCAH. I have three questions - a.) Should I risk modifying my existing EOI to claim those additional 5 points or should I wait for the 85 pointers to be invited in coming months since my DOE is fairly early in May b.) If I risk modifying my EOI, should I create a new EOI or modify the existing one ? c) Would modifying existing EOI also lead to change in Date of Effect ? Thanks for suggestions in advance folks!

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Hello All, need honest suggestion please. I am on 85 points for 261313 since May, 2019 as DOE for 189. ACS had deducted first 2 years from my work experience even though my education was in Computer Science Major hence I could claim only 5 points from ACS. If I count those 2 years deducted by ACS supported by evidence ofcourse, I'd be 90 as per latest policy change notification by ISCAH. I have three questions - a.) Should I risk modifying my existing EOI to claim those additional 5 points or should I wait for the 85 pointers to be invited in coming months since my DOE is fairly early in May b.) If I risk modifying my EOI, should I create a new EOI or modify the existing one ? c) Would modifying existing EOI also lead to change in Date of Effect ? Thanks for suggestions in advance folks!
I would like someone to answer these questions too please, and very specifically break down each question if you can!

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I would like someone to answer these questions too please, and very specifically break down each question if you can!

It'd be difficult to find someone who can answer these questions as not many people have tried to claim experience points thats been deducted for skills assessment.

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Q.1 should you try claim the points?
- ISCAH seems to be a credible source of information in terms of immigration laws, yet it would be best to seek for advice from DHA directly to see if this policy change has been properly implemented before you do anything. conventionally, not many were able to make use of the experience deducted for skills assessment, and the authority of immigration officer (case officer) can out power the authority skills assessment body has(this is well known fact, for example, skills assessment body recognizes 3 years of experience, but later on, the case officer over turn the decision and don't see it as a relevant experience thus reject the application). so you have to be extra careful with this. if i were you, i wouldn't risk the chance making a decision based on what is merely known from an agency. contact DHA and seek for validation. this is an important decision that can potentially jeopardize your entire immigration plan. don't listen to what 'others' claim it to be true. if someone says yeah that's fine go ahead and claim it, would you really go ahead and claim the points without verifying the information is true? no. so you will need to contact DHA anyway. so do that first.

Q.2 should you make another eoi with new application
- It is very sad that everyone complains about wasted invitations and blaming agencies and others for fake eoi-ing but when it is for their own gain, they don't care. By doing this you will take another invitation (if 85 pointers start getting invited) on top of the invitation you will get from 90 points resulting in one invitation wasted and one individual desperate for the invitation doesn't get their chance. but I'm not criticizing you here because everyone, including me would do the same. The reason you want a separate eoi with 90 is i believe because they may reject your eoi for claiming the experience points. in this case, you will still have 85 points eoi with fairly early DOE so you have another shot to shoot. in this sense yes i would recommend just create another eoi if you are gonna do that. However, as i mentioned in question 1, if you sought verification from DHA directly and they said it is correct and you can claim it, then there's no point creating a separate eoi since the possibility of your visa refusal is dismissed by DHA itself.

It is totally up to you whether you just gonna go ahead and try your luck by creating another eoi without talking to DHA or not. but if you be a wee bit more initiative and contact DHA, your application will be much more successful, and no one will be affected from the additional eoi of yours, and more importantly, during the visa processing time, you will have peace of mind.

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Hi experts,

I have a question regarding the EOI update. I updated my EOI since the date of birth of my partner was not correct. I was thinking the date of effect should not be changed since the point is the same as before. However, after updating the EOI and clicking on the submitting button, the "last date submitted on" was changed but on the first page of the skillselect, the date of effect is the same as before. I am confused now. have I changed my date of effect by updating the EOI? and is there any difference between the last date submitted on and date of effect?
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It'd be difficult to find someone who can answer these questions as not many people have tried to claim experience points thats been deducted for skills assessment.

Q.2 should you make another eoi with new application
- It is very sad that everyone complains about wasted invitations and blaming agencies and others for fake eoi-ing but when it is for their own gain, they don't care. By doing this you will take another invitation (if 85 pointers start getting invited) on top of the invitation you will get from 90 points resulting in one invitation wasted and one individual desperate for the invitation doesn't get their chance. but I'm not criticizing you here because everyone, including me would do the same. The reason you want a separate eoi with 90 is i believe because they may reject your eoi for claiming the experience points. in this case, you will still have 85 points eoi with fairly early DOE so you have another shot to shoot. in this sense yes i would recommend just create another eoi if you are gonna do that. However, as i mentioned in question 1, if you sought verification from DHA directly and they said it is correct and you can claim it, then there's no point creating a separate eoi since the possibility of your visa refusal is dismissed by DHA itself.

It is totally up to you whether you just gonna go ahead and try your luck by creating another eoi without talking to DHA or not. but if you be a wee bit more initiative and contact DHA, your application will be much more successful, and no one will be affected from the additional eoi of yours, and more importantly, during the visa processing time, you will have peace of mind.
Reject by DHA due to overclaiming points usually follow by a 3 year ban, so the remaining EOI wouldn't be of any good.

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