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C#.Net Analyst Programmer 6+ Years experence.

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I have Masters Degree in Computer Science and done some Microsoft certifications on C#.Net. Working as a Analyst Programmer using C#.Net since 2004.

 

I got really confused with ACS codes, 2231-17 is for Analyst Programmer and 2231-79 is C# specialist, I can't find out what is suitable for me. Is both are in Critical list or not.

 

It would be greatly appreciated if some one help me to find out the best and suitable ACS code for me.

 

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Sanjana.

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We found that more than one code applied and as 2231-79 .NET specialism was on the State Sponsorship list for where we want to go, we went for that.

 

The system is changing though and new applications will use a different set of codes. Do a search on here and you'll see the new IT codes - I think there's one for Analyst Programmer - the new ones do look fairly generic.

 

Nicky


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The CSL is effectively defunct, but 2231-79 Computing Professional specialising in C# is on it, whereas Analyst Programmer isn't. So I'd ask to be assessed for the former.

 

I actually nominated Applications and Analyst Programmer as my occupation with the ACS, and they came back with 2231-79, which was lucky as it meant that I got priority processing under the rules in force at the time.

 

The priority processing scheme is being revamped in the next few weeks, and DIAC aren't currently accepting applications for General Skilled Migration. It might be worth holding off getting an assessment conducted until you know where you stand under the new regime.

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Guest sanjanakothuri

You mean there is no CSL. It means there is no priority from 1 July 2010.

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