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Hi,

I have submitted application to ACS today, thanks a lot for all the help I have got through this forum, it really solved some of most critical questions.

Can anyone please confirm, how will I come to know that they have received my application and deducted the charges ? Any timelines for this ?

Thanks a lot.

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Hi,

I have submitted application to ACS today, thanks a lot for all the help I have got through this forum, it really solved some of most critical questions.

Can anyone please confirm, how will I come to know that they have received my application and deducted the charges ? Any timelines for this ?

Thanks a lot.

Saad
I got an email response within a week or so with a code to check status online.

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Hi,

The whole process takes 10-12 weeks time...
I got my reference number on 10th day from the date of application received by ACS.
Your status must be "To be allocated" at present and in a months time it should be "in process" and then "with assessor"...... all the best

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Hi,

I have submitted application to ACS today, thanks a lot for all the help I have got through this forum, it really solved some of most critical questions.

Can anyone please confirm, how will I come to know that they have received my application and deducted the charges ? Any timelines for this ?

Thanks a lot.

Saad
Dear Saad,
Could you please share the process for assessment? Please also mention is IELTS required for assessment from ACS because I didnít yet attempt the IETLS exam and planning to attempt in next month. Kindly let me know is it possible to submit the application without IETLS?

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Could you please share the process for assessment? Please also mention is IELTS required for assessment from ACS because I didnít yet attempt the IETLS exam and planning to attempt in next month. Kindly let me know is it possible to submit the application without IETLS?
At first you need to visit ACS website to download current guidelines (updated Feb 2009) and search for your relevant ASCO code. The process and application form can also be found on the website (do read FAQs). The procedure is not that complex but the documentation part took the most of my time.

Secondly, IELTS is not a requirement for Skill Assessment, its a requirement when you file for immigration. I have taken IELTS prior to the Skill Assessment but it is not a requirement from ACS to send your IELTS result.

Hope I have answered your queries ! Best of Luck

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At first you need to visit ACS website to download current guidelines (updated Feb 2009) and search for your relevant ASCO code. The process and application form can also be found on the website (do read FAQs). The procedure is not that complex but the documentation part took the most of my time.

Secondly, IELTS is not a requirement for Skill Assessment, its a requirement when you file for immigration. I have taken IELTS prior to the Skill Assessment but it is not a requirement from ACS to send your IELTS result.

Hope I have answered your queries ! Best of Luck

Dear ,

Thanks alot!
I already sutdy the ACS but i want to know your opnion what u suggest for ILETS?
should i clear IELTS b4 accessment. Could u plz share ur experience? may be it will be helpful to share.
I have done BSC Computer Scienc and 4 year IT Experience+ Professional certification.

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Hi Saad:

The ACS assessment doesn't use the IELTS result. But you should still take it. After your ACS assessment you will apply for Immigration (the visa itself) and at that time you will be requested to take the IELTS. If you already have the result your immigration officer will not have to wait later on for a result.

Good luck, the process will still take months yet so settle in for paper - wait - paper - wait - paper - result

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Thanks alot!
I already sutdy the ACS but i want to know your opnion what u suggest for ILETS?
should i clear IELTS b4 accessment. Could u plz share ur experience? may be it will be helpful to share.
I have done BSC Computer Scienc and 4 year IT Experience+ Professional certification.

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Hi Saad:

The ACS assessment doesn't use the IELTS result. But you should still take it. After your ACS assessment you will apply for Immigration (the visa itself) and at that time you will be requested to take the IELTS. If you already have the result your immigration officer will not have to wait later on for a result.

Good luck, the process will still take months yet so settle in for paper - wait - paper - wait - paper - result

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

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Hi Abbas ,


Search the thread. Anj posted the check list earlier it is very useful for all.Please take it.



Thanks

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Search the thread. Anj posted the check list earlier it is very useful for all.Please take it.



Thanks
Thanks dear

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

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