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Old Sep 25th 2002, 8:55 am
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Hi all, I new in this forum.

I now going to submit my application to DIMIA, I finished the ACS assessment in RPL (if any one need help about how to fill RPL send me an e-mail).

Now the complicated staff, the ACS approved my profession, 6 years in IT (4 years as a system administrator + 2 years as a software developer), ACS gave me also the MODL list as c++ programmer, but they didn't gave the 10 points for work experience because they said that the work that I done as the system administrator is not relevant for 4 years experience but they acknowledge the profession not as a system admin but as a computer technician which get 40 points in the ASCO code list.

So what I have until now:
Age: 25 points.
Profession: 60 + 5 points.
English: 20 points.

Total: 110.

My immigration agent said that DIMIA will except the ACS and approve another 5 points for experience as system administrator but he don't 100% sure of that.

He offered to Asses my wife for the missing 5 points.

What do you say?

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Old Sep 25th 2002, 9:10 am
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Originally posted by eckhous:
Now the complicated staff, the ACS approved my profession, 6 years in IT (4 years as a system administrator + 2 years as a software developer), ACS gave me also the MODL list as c++ programmer, but they didn't gave the 10 points for work experience because they said that the work that I done as the system administrator is not relevant for 4 years experience but they acknowledge the profession not as a system admin but as a computer technician which get 40 points in the ASCO code list.
The ACS does not give any points. If you have done an RPL, you would have gotten a deeming date, and possibly a list of all the relevant IT experience in your assessment result. If you share the information here, some of us may be able to see if we can help out.

Peter
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Old Sep 25th 2002, 8:40 pm
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Dear Eckhous,

It sounds to me as though your agent has not explained everything to you
properly, but I really couldn't comment without seeing your ACS assessment
letter. If you could email or fax that to me on +61-2-97972170 I will be
happy to tell you what I think. In particular, I cannot see how you claim
that you have been given a MODL assessment and not be able to claim MODL
points.

Cheers

George Lombard
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    > Hi all, I new in this forum.
    > I now going to submit my application to DIMIA, I finished the ACS
    > assessment in RPL (if any one need help about how to fill RPL send me
    > an e-mail).
    > Now the complicated staff, the ACS approved my profession, 6 years in IT
    > (4 years as a system administrator + 2 years as a software developer),
    > ACS gave me also the MODL list as c++ programmer, but they didn't gave
    > the 10 points for work experience because they said that the work that I
    > done as the system administrator is not relevant for 4 years experience
    > but they acknowledge the profession not as a system admin but as a
    > computer technician which get 40 points in the ASCO code list.
    > So what I have until now:
    > Age: 25 points.
    > Profession: 60 + 5 points.
    > English: 20 points.
    > Total: 110.
    > My immigration agent said that DIMIA will except the ACS and approve
    > another 5 points for experience as system administrator but he don't
    > 100% sure of that.
    > He offered to Asses my wife for the missing 5 points.
    > What do you say?
    >
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Old Sep 29th 2002, 9:53 am
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Default Re: For the experienced ones

Originally posted by ptlabs:


The ACS does not give any points. If you have done an RPL, you would have gotten a deeming date, and possibly a list of all the relevant IT experience in your assessment result. If you share the information here, some of us may be able to see if we can help out.

Peter

Hi Peter,

What is written in the paper from ACS is:

10/96 - 06/00 Computing Support Technician partly relevant.
07/00 - 09/02 Software engineer ASCO 2231-17.

Does DIMIA will give me 5 points for the first job; it is 40 points job so it gets 5 points for experience.

If not I will probably appeal to ACS for the experience points.

Thanks
Tomer
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Old Sep 29th 2002, 9:09 pm
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ACS does not assess you for the Department of Immigration work
experience requirements. Adelaide will do that.

If your ACS assessment has a date of effect on it, Adelaide will only
count work experience after that date. If that's the case, I suggest
you read the recent post by George Lombard on ACS deeming date policy
and perhaps contact him directly.

Jeremy


    >On Sun, 29 Sep 2002 09:53:24 +0000, eckhous wrote:
    >Originally posted by ptlabs:
    >> The ACS does not give any points. If you have done an RPL, you would
    >> have gotten a deeming date, and possibly a list of all the relevant IT
    >> experience in your assessment result. If you share the information
    >> here, some of us may be able to see if we can help out.
    >> Peter
    >Hi Peter,
    >What is written in the paper from ACS is:
    >10/96 - 06/00 Computing Support Technician partly relevant.
    >11/00 - 09/02 Software engineer ASCO 2231-17.
    >Does DIMIA will give me 5 points for the first job; it is 40 points job
    >so it gets 5 points for experience.
    >If not I will probably appeal to ACS for the experience points.
    >Thanks
    >Tomer
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