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Dear experts,

I desperately need advice on the following. Not sure what to do.

I have a Diploma in Electronics and followed by 8 years of experience as an Electronic Instrument trade worker. Also, I have completed a Bachelors of Electrical and Electrical engineering degree as part time.

I received positive skills assessment for 8 years with diploma (I did not submit my degree details to TRA).  But How do I claim for my degree without assessment?

FYI, my degree is from NTU Singapore which comes under Institution of Engineers Singapore, that is a signatory of Washington accord.

 

I got friend who commented that I should go for VETASSESS Point test advise service to claim my point. Another friend said I don’t have to do any assessment since my degree comes under accredited degrees.

 

VETASSES PTAà https://www.vetassess.com.au/skills-assessment-for-migration/points-test-advice

 

What should I do? Please advise.

 

Yours faithfully,

Sonat Paul.

 

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If you are certain the degree is fully accredited (with no restrictions/caveats) with IES/Washington Accord then it should be equated to an Australian Bachelor. As such it should automatically earn you 15 points in any skilled visa application.

Regards,

Richard

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Richard Gregan Registered Migration Agent 9905168, MIA 880

www.overseas-emigration.co.uk

Direct telephone 0131 625 6900

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Hi Richard,

Thank you. 

Yes, my degree is fully accredited under IES --> https://www.ies.org.sg/pageview.php?page_id=110

My degree is from NTU-->> Bachelor of Electrical and Electronics engineering, graduated at Dec 2012.

I also attached a document that sent to me by a friend who downloaded it from AEI NOOSR.  So I am going to attach these two evidence if I get invited. Will the CO ask for any other document?

Thank you.

Best regards,
Sonat.

 

Section 1 - Well-established public and private universities.pdf

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