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Answers from Migration Experts for 2023

29 January 2022 by RC Migration

Get answers to frequently asked questions.

I have requested the standard service. Can I switch to priority processing?

These requests are considered on a case-by-case basis, please tell us why you want priority processing. Email your application to migrate@vetassess.com.au

For a professional occupation, can I request a skills assessment for an occupation that is not closely related to my title?

Yes, you can apply, except those in Group A, as long as you meet the required qualification level.

You can read more here:

https://www.vetassess.com.au/Portals/0/Downloads/qualification_assessment/VETASSESS-General-Occupation-List.pdf

If someone is a sole trader who has been in charge of the duties and responsibilities of the named occupation, what proofs and documents must she present?

Required documents:

-Letter from his accountant indicating his tax liability.

– Commercial registration documents.

– Invoices and annual tax and business statements

Trade applicants have a technical interview.

Licensed trades have a practical assessment to demonstrate skills.

If my work experience was 4-5 years ago, could I lose 12 weeks of work experience due to processing times?

No. Processing time does not affect our evaluation of your experience.

If an applicant was unsuccessful in one occupation and now applies in a different occupation, would the failed application have any impact on the new application?

No. New valuations are looked at with new eyes.

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