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What I need to do first to start skill migration process to Australia


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Hi all,

I just got my IELTS reasul , so I want start my skill migration process to Australia as a software engineer. But I have few confusion here

1. What I need to first, send my papers to ASC for assesment or submit an EOI through this link given on immi site ?

2. I am a non CSE and got my technical education from NIIT , which was a two years diploma, I have certicate but no transcript as I didnt get any official transcrpt from NIIT, is this acceptable for assesment ?

Can anybody help me in this regard ? And is there any important advice which can help me ?

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ASC needs to be assessed first
then apply for EOI. they mightnt accept that certificate.

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