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The DIAC site says it is the time at which they reached their points score for that subclass.
There are number of dates which determines your points

  • IELTS result date
  • Skilled date as determined by the assessing authority. In my case it is ACS.
  • Date when you achieved the minimum age for the category you belong.

If you are applying for 5 points for partners skill, then your partner has couple of dates associated.
  • Your partner IELTS result
  • Partner's skill date.

Is it the latest of all this. If Date of Birth is taken into account, then the ones which are older in that bracket i.e. say 33 to 49 have the advantage. Is it not unfair?
 

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I am applying for Australia for occupation Software Engineer.
 

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That is done by mistake. I will try to rectify it.

Anyways can you please answer to my original question.
 
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