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Hello everyone,

I finally send my RPL to ACS, however, If log in to check my status, it shows Skill assessment instead of RPL.

Date Received: 11-August-2009
Event Type: Skills Assessment
Status: To be allocated

Do I have to inform ACS or just wait ?

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Hi there,

The sequence of events for the RPL skills assessment is as follows:

ACS acknowledgement
To be allocated
In process
With an Assessor
Case finalised

So, in your case ACS have acknowledged receipt of your application and you are now waiting to be allocated an Assessor.

So now, it's just waiting to be informed that an Assessor has been allocated (could be anywhere between 4-5 weeks).

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Hello everyone,

I finally send my RPL to ACS, however, If log in to check my status, it shows Skill assessment instead of RPL.

Date Received: 11-August-2009
Event Type: Skills Assessment
Status: To be allocated

Do I have to inform ACS or just wait ?
Just wait and keep on check the status online....

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Thanks Dolly and MRM for the information, however, I had doubts on the Event Type: It shows as Skills Assessment however, I applied for RPL.

Do I have to inform them or they will correct it?

Many thanks,

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Default ACS assessment status PASA

i All,

i have sent my application to ACS in december 2009.
new change is "Event Type : PASA" since last two weeks

Date Received 23-December-2009
Event Type PASA
Status In process
Managed By Rhiannon Burkett
Registered Post No

So do any one know, how long it will take more, because my visa is going to expire in coming months and i have to launch my PR, i cannot launch without skill assessment. I asked for skill assessed as Computing Professional (Linux).

Is there any other solution incase i donot get assessment before my visa expire???

Please guide me.

thanks

MJ

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I'm guessing, but since the change on 8th Feb (as i've just found out the hard way) that they no longer refer to it as an RPL. it was this;
https://www.acs.org.au/assessment/docs/RPL_Pack_2.pdf

and is now , this;

https://www.acs.org.au/index.cfm?act...killassessment

So reckon its just a name change to coincide. Could be wrong though...

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hi everyone ..

i lodged RPL application under network Security with acs on 30 novmber 2009

when i try to track my status its still state "In process" ??

i m not understand whts wrong .bcoz acording to acs guideline its take 8 to 12 week now 12 week is on going !!

anybody suggest me wht hav to do ..

and i whts matter with MODL list is my aaplication effected bcoz acs currently concerder ASCO codes !!

thanks in advance

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Hi there,

The sequence of events for the RPL skills assessment is as follows:

ACS acknowledgement
To be allocated
In process
With an Assessor
Case finalised

So, in your case ACS have acknowledged receipt of your application and you are now waiting to be allocated an Assessor.

So now, it's just waiting to be informed that an Assessor has been allocated (could be anywhere between 4-5 weeks).

Dolly
Hi Dolly,

Has the sequence still remained the same?

Thanks

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