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ICT Professionals claiming points for skilled employment in NSW

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ICT Professionals claiming points for skilled employment in NSW

How does NSW assess my skilled employment?

NSW only grants points for skilled employment that is after the date the Australian Computer Society (ACS) has determined you have met the required skill level in your occupation.

If you have claimed points for skilled employment in your SkillSelect expression of interest (EOI), you must be able to provide an ACS skills assessment that identifies the date your employment is considered to equate to an appropriately skilled level.

If your ACS skills assessment does not identify this date, you are not able to claim points for skilled employment for the purposes of NSW nomination.

You should only claim points for skilled employment that is after this date, in your expression of interest (EOI). This will ensure that if you are invited to apply for NSW nomination, your application will not be declined on the basis of having over-claimed points.

I have further skilled employment after I obtained my ACS skills assessment

If you have a valid ACS skills assessment, which has assessed your skilled employment, you do not need to obtain a new assessment to demonstrate your employment occurring after you received your assessment.

You can demonstrate your further skilled employment with evidence such as; your letter of offer, employment contract, payslips and employment reference letter detailing the duration of your employment, the hours worked per week and duties performed.

For more assistance regarding your skills assessment, SkillSelect expression of interest (EOI) and your subsequent visa application, please speak to our migration team either via email at info@australasiaeduconnect.com.au or contact our office via phone +61423064265.

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