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Requesting your help for point calculation for subclass 189 PR in Australia - PLANNING to apply in JULY/AUG 2015

1. Received my ACS certificate and it states -

Your Bachelor of Technology (Electronics and Communication Engineering) from XXXXXXXXXXXXXX completed August 2008 has been assessed as comparable to an AQF Bachelor Degree with a major in computing.

The following employment after January 2013 is considered to equate to work at an appropriately skilled level and relevant to 261313 (XXXXXXXXXX) of the ANZSCO Code.

Dates: 02/09 - 09/12 (3yrs 7mths)
Position: Senior Software Engineer
Employer: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Country: INDIA

Dates: 09/12 - 02/14 (1yrs 5mths)
Position: Senior Software Engineer
Employer: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Country: AUSTRALIA

Dates: 03/14 - 01/15 (0yrs 10mths)
Position: Senior Software Engineer
Employer: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Country: INDIA

This ACS result I received in FEB 2015. Planning to apply in AUG 2015

2. My IELTS Score overall is 6

3. My age is 29


Please let me know the points I will accumulate and can I submit my EOI.

I am actually getting confused with points for ACS.

Thank you
ausbanerj
 

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age: 30pts
degree: 15pts
oversea exp: 5pts
Australian exp: 5pts
total 55pts
you need 60pts to apply 189 visa
 

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points-tested-migration-fact-sheet.pdf from immi website has all the details you need.

Age = 30 points
IELTS = 0 points
Education = 15 points
Skilled Employment = 0 points.

Total = 45 points.

At the moment (or even in Aug-2015), you are short of 15 points to be eligible for 189, and short of 10 points for 190.

You need to better your scores in IELTS (or PTE). You might also try to gain additional 5 points from partner if partner can be assessed positively for an occupation on the list for your visa subclass.
 

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I failed to notice your AUS experience. You do get 5 points for that. But none for overseas experience as ACS has stated your skill-met-date as Jan-2013 giving you less than 3 years of overseas work experience.
 

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Requesting your help for point calculation for subclass 189 PR in Australia - PLANNING to apply in JULY/AUG 2015

1. Received my ACS certificate and it states -

Your Bachelor of Technology (Electronics and Communication Engineering) from XXXXXXXXXXXXXX completed August 2008 has been assessed as comparable to an AQF Bachelor Degree with a major in computing.

The following employment after January 2013 is considered to equate to work at an appropriately skilled level and relevant to 261313 (XXXXXXXXXX) of the ANZSCO Code.

Dates: 02/09 - 09/12 (3yrs 7mths)
Position: Senior Software Engineer
Employer: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Country: INDIA

Dates: 09/12 - 02/14 (1yrs 5mths)
Position: Senior Software Engineer
Employer: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Country: AUSTRALIA

Dates: 03/14 - 01/15 (0yrs 10mths)
Position: Senior Software Engineer
Employer: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Country: INDIA

This ACS result I received in FEB 2015. Planning to apply in AUG 2015

2. My IELTS Score overall is 6

3. My age is 29


Please let me know the points I will accumulate and can I submit my EOI.

I am actually getting confused with points for ACS.

Thank you
ausbanerj
Age = 30 points
IELTS = 0 points
Education = 15 points
Australian Employment = 5 points.
Overseas Employment = 0 points

Total = 50 points

You are short by 10 points for a 189 visa and 5 points for a 190 visa. You need to retake IELTS.
 

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Age = 30 points
IELTS = 0 points
Education = 15 points
Australian Employment = 5 points.
Overseas Employment = 0 points

Total = 50 points

You are short by 10 points for a 189 visa and 5 points for a 190 visa. You need to retake IELTS.
Thank you so much for the reply , can you please suggest which will be best to apply for english test

PTE- A or IELTS General?

I gave IELTS two times 1st time - r: 7.5 s: 7.5 l:7.5 and w: 5.5
2nd time - r: 8 s: 7.5 l:8.5 and w: 6
 

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I failed to notice your AUS experience. You do get 5 points for that. But none for overseas experience as ACS has stated your skill-met-date as Jan-2013 giving you less than 3 years of overseas work experience.
Thank you so much for the reply , what I can make out is only quickest option is to give English test once again.

can you please suggest which will be best to apply for english test

PTE- A or IELTS General?

I gave IELTS two times 1st time - r: 7.5 s: 7.5 l:7.5 and w: 5.5
2nd time - r: 8 s: 7.5 l:8.5 and w: 6
 

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I don't know much about PTE. Many these days prefer the PTE- but I guess only due to its faster availability and processing times. Otherwise, both need considerable time, effort, learning, and practice to succeed at.
 

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Hello Team,

I gave below details to one of the consultancy and they assessed my profile and updated me that i am eligible for 189 Visa PR with 60 points.

Age: 30 years
Education: BTech - Computer Science and Engineering
Overall IT Experience: 7.9 years till date (In Which 1.9 years of Australian Experience)

Yet to give PTE exam.

Could you please let me whether I will get 60 pts or not?

Thanks,
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Hello Team,

I gave below details to one of the consultancy and they assessed my profile and updated me that i am eligible for 189 Visa PR with 60 points.

Age: 30 years
Education: BTech - Computer Science and Engineering
Overall IT Experience: 7.9 years till date (In Which 1.9 years of Australian Experience)

Yet to give PTE exam.

Could you please let me whether I will get 60 pts or not?

Thanks,
Sunil
It seems you will need 65+ score in PTE to be eligible. At the moment you have just 55.

Age: 30 points
English: 0 points (at the moment)
Overseas Education: 15 points (for your BE Comp)
Australian Education: 0 points
Overseas Experience: 5 points (7.9 - 2 ACS - 1.9 onshore = 4 years = 5 points)
Australian Experience: 5 points (1.9 onshore = between 1 and 3 years = 5 points)
Partner skills: 0 points
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Total: 55
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