Please help....Info on appeals..

Old Jan 2nd 2003, 9:07 pm
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John X
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Hello.
I have just been turned down by the ACS. I had filed for a qualifying ASCO
(2231-11) but they are claiming i do not have 6 years experience. I would
like to appeal this because i believe that I do. I worked at a PC wholesaler
for 3.5 years before taking an MCSE full time course for 6 months, then
proceeded to work doing the same thing again until now. This should have
provided me with over 6 yrs. Unfortunately, on my letter of reference, my
former employer listed me as a hardware technician. Based on the letter that
the ACS sent, they are only covering me from the time I got out of school,
not before. The letter is rather vague, but I believe I could appeal this
decision if i had more documentation stating that I was more than a hardware
tech. I did a lot of networks as well as working with hardware. I am not
sure though, has anybody had any experience with appeals??

Thanks for helping..

John X
 
Old Jan 3rd 2003, 3:02 am
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John,

If you believe you have enough evidence to prove, go ahead with the appeal. You can provide any additional information that you think as advantageous. I have done it and was successful.

Good luck.
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Old Jan 3rd 2003, 7:03 am
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You should probably hire an agent. Appealing may be an option, or
re-application. It's not possible to say without having a lot more
information.

Jeremy

    >On Thu, 02 Jan 2003 22:07:04 GMT, "John X" wrote:
    >Hello.
    >I have just been turned down by the ACS. I had filed for a qualifying ASCO
    >(2231-11) but they are claiming i do not have 6 years experience. I would
    >like to appeal this because i believe that I do. I worked at a PC wholesaler
    >for 3.5 years before taking an MCSE full time course for 6 months, then
    >proceeded to work doing the same thing again until now. This should have
    >provided me with over 6 yrs. Unfortunately, on my letter of reference, my
    >former employer listed me as a hardware technician. Based on the letter that
    >the ACS sent, they are only covering me from the time I got out of school,
    >not before. The letter is rather vague, but I believe I could appeal this
    >decision if i had more documentation stating that I was more than a hardware
    >tech. I did a lot of networks as well as working with hardware. I am not
    >sure though, has anybody had any experience with appeals??
    >Thanks for helping..
    >John X

This is not intended to be legal advice in any jurisdiction
 
Old Jan 3rd 2003, 11:55 am
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John X
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i don't know of any agents here in ontario, how do i find one?
thanks


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    > You should probably hire an agent. Appealing may be an option, or
    > re-application. It's not possible to say without having a lot more
    > information.
    > Jeremy
    > >On Thu, 02 Jan 2003 22:07:04 GMT, "John X" wrote:
    > >Hello.
    > >I have just been turned down by the ACS. I had filed for a qualifying
ASCO
    > >(2231-11) but they are claiming i do not have 6 years experience. I would
    > >like to appeal this because i believe that I do. I worked at a PC
wholesaler
    > >for 3.5 years before taking an MCSE full time course for 6 months, then
    > >proceeded to work doing the same thing again until now. This should have
    > >provided me with over 6 yrs. Unfortunately, on my letter of reference, my
    > >former employer listed me as a hardware technician. Based on the letter
that
    > >the ACS sent, they are only covering me from the time I got out of
school,
    > >not before. The letter is rather vague, but I believe I could appeal this
    > >decision if i had more documentation stating that I was more than a
hardware
    > >tech. I did a lot of networks as well as working with hardware. I am not
    > >sure though, has anybody had any experience with appeals??
    > >
    > >Thanks for helping..
    > >
    > >John X
    > >
    > >
    > This is not intended to be legal advice in any jurisdiction
 
Old Jan 4th 2003, 3:03 am
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Jaj
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try http://www.themara.com.au

There's no reason why you can't hire an Australian agent. Here are
the websites of three who post here regularly:

http://www.austimmigration.com
http://www.gomatilda.com
http://www.iscah.com

Jeremy

    >On Fri, 03 Jan 2003 12:55:42 GMT, "John X" wrote:

    >i don't know of any agents here in ontario, how do i find one?
    >thanks
This is not intended to be legal advice in any jurisdiction
 

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