ACS--November applicats

Old Jan 13th 2009, 7:26 am
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Nope, I haven't heard a word yet.
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Old Jan 13th 2009, 12:01 pm
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Nope, I haven't heard a word yet.
My status is unchanged as well. It's OK 2 Feb. 2009 will be 12 weeks so I am not in a hurry. I hear this is the most difficult part. I am sure for me being in a non HR country and having 14 years of IT experience and a degree it makes it easier not to worry but I am a pretty patient person anyway. Customer service sometimes demands patience and the ability to let shrewd comments roll off of your back so to speak, I have become very good at both.

Don't worry guys it will happen and if there is a delay or request for more documentation, just smile gather then info needed and turn it in. One day in the near future we will be enjoying the fruits of our labor.
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My status is unchanged as well. It's OK 2 Feb. 2009 will be 12 weeks so I am not in a hurry. I hear this is the most difficult part. I am sure for me being in a non HR country and having 14 years of IT experience and a degree it makes it easier not to worry but I am a pretty patient person anyway. Customer service sometimes demands patience and the ability to let shrewd comments roll off of your back so to speak, I have become very good at both.

Don't worry guys it will happen and if there is a delay or request for more documentation, just smile gather then info needed and turn it in. One day in the near future we will be enjoying the fruits of our labor.
@tgregory73,

Your replies always give me confidance

But there is one more worry!! I heard that they are going to change the CSL and MODL at the end of Jan 2009. CSL is ok..I can wait for one more to get into AUS, not in hurry at all,but if MODL goes away..then my ponits will be 115 and I will not be able to apply for Visa ...

That's why I just want to file my application before MODL list changes...by the way I am a SAP professional..workin in SAP BI domain..I have around 2.5 years of exp in SAP.

@ Senior folks,

Have you any idea, what profressions they can take from the CSL or MODL list in the near future..I am interested in computing profession only..

Please guide and give me a sigh of relief.

Worried

Aman
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Hi Guyz,


I have also applied under 175(GSM) HR country in Computing Professional category - specializing in Network Security/Firewall/Internet Security.Fortunately my occupation is in CSL/MODL. I am keeping my figures crossed to get CO soon..... New rule changes were blessing in disguise and it surly help processing timings.

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ACS(Network Security/Firewall/Internet ) MODL+CSL - +ve assessment 10-Nov-2007, IELTS 7 Band, Applied for VIsa 1-Nov-2008, Front loaded medicals and PCC. Waiting for CO to be allocated.

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i applied on 19th Dec..still waiting for acknowledgment
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@tgregory73,

Your replies always give me confidance

But there is one more worry!! I heard that they are going to change the CSL and MODL at the end of Jan 2009. CSL is ok..I can wait for one more to get into AUS, not in hurry at all,but if MODL goes away..then my ponits will be 115 and I will not be able to apply for Visa ...

That's why I just want to file my application before MODL list changes...by the way I am a SAP professional..workin in SAP BI domain..I have around 2.5 years of exp in SAP.

@ Senior folks,

Have you any idea, what profressions they can take from the CSL or MODL list in the near future..I am interested in computing profession only..

Please guide and give me a sigh of relief.

Worried

Aman
Come one Guys,

Please guide regarding the MODL...

Regards
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Old Jan 14th 2009, 6:27 am
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Hey Aman,



Now just think about you assessment. Can you give me more details about your profile and qualification so that that I can share my knowledge about ACS assessment.


Cheers,
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I HAVE DONE
MCSE-MCSA-Mcp- NT4 AND 2K, +BACHELORS IN COMPUTER APPLICATION+ 4 yrs experience applying for , my status is since then no changes .hope everything winds up well i have applied for
Computing Professional - specialising in Network Security/Firewall/Internet Security * 2231-79 but technicaly i belong to Computing Professionals – Systems Manager 2231-11 which is not on modl. i would be only intrested to apply if i get on modl-79


Date Received 03-November-2008
Event Type Skills Assessment
Status In process
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Originally Posted by aman_sharma2k1 View Post
@tgregory73,

Your replies always give me confidance

But there is one more worry!! I heard that they are going to change the CSL and MODL at the end of Jan 2009. CSL is ok..I can wait for one more to get into AUS, not in hurry at all,but if MODL goes away..then my ponits will be 115 and I will not be able to apply for Visa ...

That's why I just want to file my application before MODL list changes...by the way I am a SAP professional..workin in SAP BI domain..I have around 2.5 years of exp in SAP.

@ Senior folks,

Have you any idea, what profressions they can take from the CSL or MODL list in the near future..I am interested in computing profession only..

Please guide and give me a sigh of relief.

Worried

Aman
Hi Aman,

I don't think any of us know what will change on the MODL, I do think SAP Pro is a very marketable skill and I would love to tell you not to worry. From my understanding the list is built based on a lack of local professionals with skill sets in these areas, let's just hope there has not been a flood of new SAP professionals in AU since the last time the MODL was modified.

Good Luck to you. I am sure it will all work out.
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Status of my friend's ACS skills assessment changed to 'In Process' today. Any idea how long it will take from 'In Process' to completion.
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Status of my friend's ACS skills assessment changed to 'In Process' today. Any idea how long it will take from 'In Process' to completion.
Hello DDB,

Could you please other details also? Like when application was received and when it was acknowledged? Also your friends's occupation, skills, CSL/MODL etc....

If it got changed to in process today, Then I think it will take another 4-5 weeks....

Thanks
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Hello DDB,

Could you please other details also? Like when application was received and when it was acknowledged? Also your friends's occupation, skills, CSL/MODL etc....

If it got changed to in process today, Then I think it will take another 4-5 weeks....

Thanks
here comes d news, my status is also changed to 'in process' now . I hope everything goes well ...bit worried!!!
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Old Jan 20th 2009, 8:03 am
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here comes d news, my status is also changed to 'in process' now . I hope everything goes well ...bit worried!!!
Guys,

Any update for ACS Nov 2008 applicatns?

Thanks
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Old Jan 20th 2009, 8:34 am
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GENERAL SKILLED MIGRATION ADELAIDE
PROCESSING INFORMATION FOR THE WEEK COMMENCING:
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ASPC APPLICATION ALLOCATION INFORMATION

On 17 December 2008 the Minister for Immigration and Citizenship announced
changes to the way General Skilled Migration applications will be allocated
and processed. Details can be found on the DIAC website at:
http://www.immi.gov.au/skilled/gener...hats-new.htm#j

As a result of this announcement from 1 January 2009 applications for
General Skilled Migration will be strictly allocated and processed in the
following priority order:

1. Applications with a successful State & Territory Nomination (until
all applications have been allocated); and then
2. Applications where the nominated occupation is on the Critical
Skills List (until all applications have been allocated); then
3. Applications where the nominated occupation is on the Migration
Occupations in Demand List (until all applications have been allocated);
then
4. All other remaining applications

This affects all applications lodged before and after 1 January 2009, both
paper lodged or electronically lodged. Applications which were already
allocated to case officers before 1 January 2009 are un-affected and will
be processed as usual to finalisation.

Applications are now being allocated as follows:

State & Territory Nominated Applications:
Subclass 134, 136, 137, 175, 176, 475, 487, 495, 885 and 886 applications
(processed by the ASPC and where a successful State or Territory Nomination
is held) will all be allocated to case officers for assessment by 13
February 2009.

Applications with Occupations on the Critical Skills List:
Applications are not being allocated at present

Applications with Occupations on the Migration Occupations in Demand List:
Applications are not being allocated at present

All Other Remaining Applications
Applications are not being allocated at present

Subclasses 485 and 887 are not subject to the above changes. The
allocation dates for these subclasses are as follows:

VC 485 (paper): 06 March 2008
VC 485 (E-lodged): 25 February 2008
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Date Received 06-November-2008
Event Type Skills Assessment
Status In process
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Changed to in process a few weeks ago. Hopefully they will start getting through these soon.

I'm applying under a 175, I should be classified as Group A under ASCO 2231-17 with hopefully Oracle under the MODL and CSL category.
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