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The connection between TRA/Engineers Australia and DIBP

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Hi All,

I have a question about the connection between TRA/Engineers Australia and DIBP.

Age: 30 points

Education:
  Diploma in Electronics (full time)– 2007
  BE. Electrical and Electronics (Part-time) – 2012

Experience:
  Electronic Technician – 2007-2011 – 4 years
  Electrical Technical Specialist - 2012- 2016 – 4 years (This is mixed job profile of Electronic/Electrical hands-on and Degree level job responsibilities)

English:
  IELTS – 0 points

I have TWO positive skilled assessment on the following:
  Electronic Instrument trade worker – 8 yeas (2007 -2016)
  Electrical engineer - 4 years (2012 – 2016)

The CRITICAL AREA is that I have skilled assessment of Electronic Instrument trade worker and Electrical engineer for the same period of 2012 – 2016. I am not submitting any fake documents; it is just that my responsibilities are inclusive of Electrical equipment, electronic equipment, and hands-on activities & degree level responsibilities.

I haven’t launched the EOI. My question is that is there any issue of submitting EOI as an Electronic Instrument trade worker since I already have a skilled assessment from Eng AU as an Electronic instrument trade worker? Is there any chance of rejecting my visa application? I will not submit any Eng Au paper when I get invited. Did Engineers Australia create any record at DIBP when I have completed my skill assessment with them?  I will have 60 points if I can submit as an Electronic Instrument Technician.

And how about TRA? Did they create any record at DIBP when I have completed my skilled assessment with them?

Thank you in advance,

Best regards,
Sony

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 I already have a skilled assessment from Eng AU as an Electronic instrument trade worker

Engineers Australia do not assess this occupation.

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Did Engineers Australia create any record at DIBP when I have completed my skill assessment with them?

They all pee in the same pot.

If you have submitted significantly different claims to two different skills assessing authorities, you are looking for trouble. 

 

 

 


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