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ACS Skill Level Requirement Met Date

ACS Skill Level Requirement Met Date

The ACS Skill Level Requirement Met Date will be written on the ACS result letter and will be determined by the outcome of the suitability criteria.

All relevant work experience completed after the ‘Skill Level Requirement Met Date ‘ is regarded to be Skilled Employment and eligible for points under the skilled migration point test.

The work experience needed to meet the requirements for suitability is NOT included as Skilled Employment and is NOT eligible for points under the skilled migration point test.

The ACS assessment process will seek to find the earliest Skill Level Requirement Met Date possible for each assessment type.

Example 1- Employment completed AFTER the qualification:

• You complete a relevant Bachelor’s degree with a major in ICT on 31 Jan 2012, and you have 4 years of relevant work experience from 1 Feb 2012 until 31 Jan 2016.

• 2 years of work experience will be used to satisfy the suitability criteria, and your ‘Skill Level Requirement Met Date’ will be 31 Jan 2014.

• All suitable work experience completed AFTER 31 Jan 2014 will be considered as Skilled Employment and eligible for the skilled migration points test.

• The 2 years of work experience used to satisfy the suitability criteria are NOT eligible for the skilled migration points test but are assessed to meet the suitability criteria.

Example 2- Employment completed BEFORE the qualification:

• You complete 2 years of relevant work experience from 31 Jan 2006 until 31 Jan 2008

• You complete another 2 years of relevant work experience from 31 Jan 2011 until 31 Jan 2011

• You complete a 3-year relevant Bachelor degree on 31 Jan 2014

• You complete a final 2 years of relevant work experience from 31 Jan 2017 until 31 Jan 2017

• The “Skill Level Requirement Met Date” will be 31 Jan 2014 because this is the date BOTH the relevant work experience AND the relevant qualification are completed

• Only relevant work experience completed after 31 Jan 2014 is considered as “Skilled Employment” and eligible for migration points test

• All work experience completed before 31 Jan 2014 is NOT eligible for the migration points test.

• The Skill Level Requirement Met Date is dependent on the completion of both the relevant qualification and relevant work experience.

When the work experience is completed before the date of completion of the qualification, the skill level requirement met date will be determined by the earliest date of completion of both the relevant work experience and the certification.

Please Note: While the ACS is authorized to assess ICT skills assessments, the final decision in awarding points remains with the Department of Home Affairs.

If you are not being cleared about the Skill Level Requirement Met Date, then ACSRPLAustralia is here to assist you with it. Just freely tell your queries and get answered by our professionals. You can simply mail us at [email protected]acsplaustralia.com or you can contact us.

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