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Employment History Visa Form - EOI - Assessment Outcome

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have a query due to which I am confused and have not submitted my visa application yet for which I need clarity.

I have worked in three different job positions during my career which are all related to my nominated occupation ‘ Marketing Specialist’ (225113). Details are:

Position1:

Job Title: Territory Executive

Occupation: Marketing Specialist

Company Name: Pakistan Tobacco Company

Start date: 17/02/2014

End Date: To date (mentioned 20/08/2014 while filling form)

 

Position 2:

Job Title: Business Executive

Occupation: Marketing Specialist

Company Name: Premier Distributors

Start Date: 27/03/2012

End Date 10/02/2014

 

Position 3:

Job Title: Management Trainee

Occupation: Marketing Specialist

Company Name: Premier Distributors

Start Date 26/12/2011

End Date 26/3/2012

 

However in my Skills assessment from Vet assess only "Position 2" is assessed positively from 05/2012 10/2013 – at the time I sent my application for assessment

Position 1 is not mentioned because I joined that job after assessment and position 3 is not there because of unavailability of reference letters at that time. My all positions are consistent with a career advancement pathway and I do have all the necessary reference letters and evidences which shows that all of my employment roles are relevant to my nominated position. . That is why I mentioned "YES" on the below question:

Is this employment related to the nominated occupation: “Yes”

I am not claiming any point for any of my work experience as my total experience is less than 3 years and my points in EOI and points claimed in Visa application are same so everything in EOI and Visa form is consistent. and I have mentioned these in Employment history

Since my current EOI is mentioned correctly, I would like to know whether I can proceed with the visa application with current EOI or I need to fill new EOI again and mention the employment which is only assessed by Assessment Authority. I already got invitation and and now just need to press last button of submitssion of Visa.

 

If some one have gone through such situation or can clear situation to me I will be very thank ful

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I was just trying to answer another thread question, and wondered if you have received an invitation yet (to your EOI?)

 

Skilled workers and business people interested in migrating to Australia can be considered for a skilled visa by submitting an Expression of Interest (EOI) through SkillSelect.

An EOI is an indication that you would like to be considered for a skilled visa. An EOI is not a visa application.

You will be asked to provide a range of information in your EOI depending on the visa you want to be considered for, such as:

 

 

  • basic personal information
  • nominated occupation
  • work experience
  • study and education
  • level of English skills
  • details of a skills assessment, related to your nominated occupation
  • business and investment experience.

 

These skilled workers and business people can then be found and nominated for skilled visas by Australian employers or state and territory governments, or they might be invited by the Australian Government to lodge a visa application.

All people interested in the points based skilled migration or business investment and innovation visa programmes will need to submit an EOI and receive an invitation in order to lodge a visa application.

For more detail on what questions and information you will need to supply in your EOI, you should refer to the webpage of the visa you are interested in

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