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Old 11th March 2009, 12:00 PM
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The list would be too long to put into a post and really depends on the visa you are applying for. It's best to become familiar with the Immigration website (Department of Immigration & Citizenship) and once you know which Visa class (number) you are applying for the list of requirements is listed on the webpage for that visa.

But the process for you will be:

1. ACS assessment
2. Visa application
- IELTS for language ability
- Police checks
- Health checks

Please note the ACS is the assessing authority for your occupation only, they make no decisions on the visa itself.

The immigration department uses the successful result from the ACS to give you the full points for the occupation you are applying for (i.e. ASCO code 2231-79).

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I will really appreciate if you provide main checklist of all require documents?

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Thanks dear

if u have time i wana ask u some questions plz.........

Hie Saad/Abbas/Anj...

i am going to apply to the ACS for my skill assessment.Iam a computer proff specializing in oracle.I have over 4 years of experiance in oracle.in this period i have worked with 3 companies.my first 2 companies were in India...my 1st company has given the relieving in the format which ACS has specified..since my 2nd company cant provide the specific format releiving letter, they have given me a reference.now the 3rd company is in London,they are not ready to give the specific format releiving letter or even the reference letter...can anyone please let me know what the implications would be if i dont submit this reference for only my 3rd employer......as iam really nervous about my chances as it can make my case weak

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Hie Saad/Abbas/Anj...

i am going to apply to the ACS for my skill assessment.Iam a computer proff specializing in oracle.I have over 4 years of experiance in oracle.in this period i have worked with 3 companies.my first 2 companies were in India...my 1st company has given the relieving in the format which ACS has specified..since my 2nd company cant provide the specific format releiving letter, they have given me a reference.now the 3rd company is in London,they are not ready to give the specific format releiving letter or even the reference letter...can anyone please let me know what the implications would be if i dont submit this reference for only my 3rd employer......as iam really nervous about my chances as it can make my case weak

Hoping for your reply....Please dont disappoint me folks

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Hi Siva,

ACS examines the experience and expertise based on these reference/experience letters. I think it would be better if you can take a letter from your line manager, a sort of personal reference letter on company letterhead.

My previous employer has refused to provide me letter in ACS format so I got a reference letter from my line manager on the letter head and mentioned the contact of my manager separately.

Hope it helps !

Saad

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Hi Siva,

ACS examines the experience and expertise based on these reference/experience letters. I think it would be better if you can take a letter from your line manager, a sort of personal reference letter on company letterhead.

My previous employer has refused to provide me letter in ACS format so I got a reference letter from my line manager on the letter head and mentioned the contact of my manager separately.

Hope it helps !

Saad
Saad ur right for more detail visit acs site and read FAQ.

Saad could u plz let me know from where u attest the documents??

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Saad ur right for more detail visit acs site and read FAQ.

Saad could u plz let me know from where u attest the documents??
I got these docs attested from notary public (civic center or through any oath commissioner) 3 stamps per page. I had about 22 pages and it took about Rs.150.

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I got these docs attested from notary public (civic center or through any oath commissioner) 3 stamps per page. I had about 22 pages and it took about Rs.150.
Saad/Abbas....

Iam really unable to get the recommendation letter from even my colleague....They just dont seem to understand my plight....can i include that its against my company policy to issue hard copies of recommendation letters as they only give reference when a third party either calls them or e-mails them....

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I got these docs attested from notary public (civic center or through any oath commissioner) 3 stamps per page. I had about 22 pages and it took about Rs.150.
hmmmmm Only need to attest academic degree or also require professional certification to attest? One thing more that I ask from my friend he said all degree attest from foreign office?

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hi abbas
u need to get all copies attested. if u r applying online thn color scan ur docs thn u dnt need to get thm attested. if any doc is B/W then u need to get it attested n thn scan it.
u get ur docs attested by the notory or those authorizd your country to notorize/attest a document

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u need to get all copies attested. if u r applying online thn color scan ur docs thn u dnt need to get thm attested. if any doc is B/W then u need to get it attested n thn scan it.
u get ur docs attested by the notory or those authorizd your country to notorize/attest a document
Thanks and wht u suggest which process is easy online or via post ??

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depends on how comfortable u r with either. online is more convenient since u do not need to post all papers. u get 28 days to upload your documents but u do hv to scan each and every document. Paper applications are slower since u need to post them and it takes a week to 10 days to reach them. But as per the visa timeline paper applications move slower thn the online ones (dunno why) but that was till sometime back. now everything has changed. visa priority has changed so no one can say if paper applications are faster or online ones move fast.

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