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Old Dec 31st 2009, 7:13 am
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Please advise if anyone was asked to produce Salary slips? Do we need to submit all or they ask for random months?
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Old Dec 31st 2009, 7:26 am
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Yes sometimes people were asked to provide salary slips. If you want to upload the slips then you can upload slips pertaining to random months for a certain duration. However if CO asks for slips then he will be very specific.
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Please advise if anyone was asked to produce Salary slips? Do we need to submit all or they ask for random months?
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Yes sometimes people were asked to provide salary slips. If you want to upload the slips then you can upload slips pertaining to random months for a certain duration. However if CO asks for slips then he will be very specific.
Do we need to get it notarized? Do we need to send all?
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Originally Posted by RAVIIVAR View Post
Do we need to get it notarized? Do we need to send all?
notarized copies of payslips. And payslips for around 6 months should be sufficient
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I sent payslips of last 2 months and I sent original ones without notarizing because they were original and I don't need to keep originals as I can always ask my office to issue me payslips again of whatever month I want. That is not a problem for me so if it is not a problem for you either, you can send originals i guess. And yes, payslips of last 6 months will be sufficient.
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Personally I wouldn't bother sending payslips at all unless asked. If you can send a proper company headed reference letter or contract with your salary details there should be no need.
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Personally I wouldn't bother sending payslips at all unless asked. If you can send a proper company headed reference letter or contract with your salary details there should be no need.
I don't know about online application but for paper based applications, they have written on site to send the payslips for at least 2 months although it is not mandatory. They have written thats its more important for government employees.
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Originally Posted by khurram View Post
I don't know about online application but for paper based applications, they have written on site to send the payslips for at least 2 months although it is not mandatory. They have written thats its more important for government employees.
Thanks for this valuable information.
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Personally I wouldn't bother sending payslips at all unless asked. If you can send a proper company headed reference letter or contract with your salary details there should be no need.
I have sent a reference letter, job contract, medical insurance and HR letter However, the CO still asked for Payslips, which they do not provide in our company. So, I sent a salary statement from HR showing my salary history in my company, I hope it will be enough.

By the way, I work in a private company.

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I have sent a reference letter, job contract, medical insurance and HR letter However, the CO still asked for Payslips, which they do not provide in our company. So, I sent a salary statement from HR showing my salary history in my company, I hope it will be enough.

By the way, I work in a private company.

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Well sometimes they do ask, my point is that it is not mandated, they are not in the document checklist for example. I keep reading about people uploading 50 pages of payslips and using up their entire document limit so just thought I would make the point.

(I didn't provide payslips and was not asked for any).
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Well sometimes they do ask, my point is that it is not mandated, they are not in the document checklist for example. I keep reading about people uploading 50 pages of payslips and using up their entire document limit so just thought I would make the point.

(I didn't provide payslips and was not asked for any).
Yes you are right. I agree. But my point was that by sending a couple of payslips you might avoid any possible delays. But yes, it is not mandated. neither womandated
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http://www.immi.gov.au/skilled/gener...ence-study.htm

it says:
Recent Work Experience Requirements:

* Certified copies of your work references for any positions held during the relevant period. Your work experience references must meet the following requirements:
o the reference should show the official letterhead of the company or government department providing the reference
o the letterhead should indicate clearly the full address of the company and any telephone, fax numbers, email and website addresses
o the name and position of the person authorised to sign the employment reference should be typed or stamped below that person's signature – a reference with an illegible signature will not be accepted
o the direct contact number of the person writing the reference should be included in the letter
o the letter should indicate the exact period of employment, including whether permanent or temporary, full or part time, position/s held, the main five (5) duties undertaken, and the salary earned – positions should not be described by generic titles (for example, research officer, public servant) but according to the nature of the duties undertaken (for example, research chemist, accounts clerk)
* a payslip from your current employment should also be included – this is especially important for applicants working in government departments.

Other documents which may assist you in evidencing your work experience claims could include, but are not limited to:

* contracts
* pay slips
* tax returns
* group certificates
* superannuation information.
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http://www.immi.gov.au/skilled/gener...ence-study.htm

it says:
Recent Work Experience Requirements:

* Certified copies of your work references for any positions held during the relevant period. Your work experience references must meet the following requirements:
o the reference should show the official letterhead of the company or government department providing the reference
o the letterhead should indicate clearly the full address of the company and any telephone, fax numbers, email and website addresses
o the name and position of the person authorised to sign the employment reference should be typed or stamped below that person's signature – a reference with an illegible signature will not be accepted
o the direct contact number of the person writing the reference should be included in the letter
o the letter should indicate the exact period of employment, including whether permanent or temporary, full or part time, position/s held, the main five (5) duties undertaken, and the salary earned – positions should not be described by generic titles (for example, research officer, public servant) but according to the nature of the duties undertaken (for example, research chemist, accounts clerk)
* a payslip from your current employment should also be included – this is especially important for applicants working in government departments.

Other documents which may assist you in evidencing your work experience claims could include, but are not limited to:

* contracts
* pay slips
* tax returns
* group certificates
* superannuation information.
Yep. I provided 2 reference letters each from head of finance & director of finance, pay slips of 11 months in a single file , appointment letter, letter of confirmation as a basic. I think that is sufficient as CO asked only meds from me.
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Originally Posted by Bermudashorts View Post
Personally I wouldn't bother sending payslips at all unless asked. If you can send a proper company headed reference letter or contract with your salary details there should be no need.
I also didn't bother sending my payslips. Translating them into English would be a nightmare. I simply asked the payroll department of the company I work for to produce a letter certifying my annual incomes. I have worked in the same company for the last 5 years so that was not a big problem for me.
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I also didn't bother sending my payslips. Translating them into English would be a nightmare. I simply asked the payroll department of the company I work for to produce a letter certifying my annual incomes. I have worked in the same company for the last 5 years so that was not a big problem for me.
These Pay slips will be given to ACS. CO will be same for ACS and migration?
or we need to send these Pay slips at the time of migration application?
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