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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.
alright im interested to send via post bcoz its easy. plz also confirm which documents need to attest?
Matric Degree & Result Card
FSc Degree & Result Card
Bsc Degree & Result Card
Passport?
ID Card?
Porfessional Certificates?
Domicel?

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u need to get photocopies of all documents, each and every document that u r sending and all documents hv to be attested. assessment and ielts results go in original. but make sure u keep a copy of acs and ielts result for future reference (if need be).

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u need to get photocopies of all documents, each and every document that u r sending and all documents hv to be attested. assessment and ielts results go in original. but make sure u keep a copy of acs and ielts result for future reference (if need be).
Dear i thnk IELTS is not require for assessment once i get passed assessmetn then need to submit the ielts report with acs result. u said all documents mean also experience letter need to attest as per acs they need reference letter on letter head then y need to attest??

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i was under the impression u r asking for the visa..anyway for the acs u dont need ielts. tht is for the visa. even teh ones on letterhead hv to be photocopied & attested. no document tht goes to ACS comes back, and it isnt mentioned anywhere tht the reference letter or othr documents on letterhead hv to be given in original.
documents are attested to authenticate them. and when u go to get the copies attested, the notory sees the original and then attests that the copy is authentic and not a forged document.

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i was under the impression u r asking for the visa..anyway for the acs u dont need ielts. tht is for the visa. even teh ones on letterhead hv to be photocopied & attested. no document tht goes to ACS comes back, and it isnt mentioned anywhere tht the reference letter or othr documents on letterhead hv to be given in original.
documents are attested to authenticate them. and when u go to get the copies attested, the notory sees the original and then attests that the copy is authentic and not a forged document.
Right Thanks alot!

Dear just one thing more if u have filled acs form plz send it to me i wana see or i will fill myself and send it to u . you just need to check is there any mistake if u give me ur email addresss i will really appricate ur effort.

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abbas u can ask here if u r stuck anywhere as everyone will benefit from it. i dont think u will get stuck anywhere.. its simple

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abbas u can ask here if u r stuck anywhere as everyone will benefit from it. i dont think u will get stuck anywhere.. its simple
hmmmmm thanks once again i will post here if got stuck........


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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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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).
Hi amaslam,

There is still a bit of hope remains with me after having read in forums that those submitted their IELTS after main visa applications are being rejected due to late submission of TRF. Is that true? since i paper lodged my application (family of 4) in may 2008 and IELTS in Dec 2008. AND STILL I DIDNT GOT ANY CO.

Please comment.

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Hi Abbas,

I am preparing myself to apply for RPL. The only problem which I am facing is to fill up Sec 3, where I write detail relation between CBOK and my experience...Can you throw some light on it.

I am having 8 yrs of exp in computer softwares, work for IBM and have worked for many MNC clients in abroad. Pls suggest.

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