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Hi folks,

 

This week I will be submitting my skills assessment and RPL to ACS for assessment. I am yet to sit my IELTS, although quite confident about it. My query is, do I have a time limit once I receive my ACS result before I need to do the state sponsorship? I am going to require the IELTS for the extra points and in the worst case scenario where I don't get the result I need, I don't want to invalidate my ACS assessment.

 

Also how much work is invalid in the state selection part compare to the RPL sectio I have just completed?

 

Any advise would be greatly appreciated!!

 

Thanks,

Ben.


IELTS 21/02/12 - Overall 9 | ACS sent 20/02/12. Extra info requested 05/03/12, sent 15/03/2012. ACS successful 13/04/12 | Victoria State Sponsorship applied 29/02/12 - Acknowledged 05/03/12 - approved 19/04/12 | 176 lodged 27/04/12 - CO 08/05/12 - GRANTED 30/05/12. ARRIVED 03/10/12. Citizen 29/03/2017 B|

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Guest NeilanGemz

Hi Mate

 

Unsure about some of the terminology you use as I am an electrician and went a different route to yourself. My skills test was valid for 2 years, by submitting my state sponsorship application it didn't invalidate my skills test so I presume yours will be the same. The IELTS test is exactly the same, 2 years. I would do the general one though as I hear it is easier, I found it easy enough anyway, scored a 9.

 

Hope this helps

 

Neil

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Superb mate, thank you.


IELTS 21/02/12 - Overall 9 | ACS sent 20/02/12. Extra info requested 05/03/12, sent 15/03/2012. ACS successful 13/04/12 | Victoria State Sponsorship applied 29/02/12 - Acknowledged 05/03/12 - approved 19/04/12 | 176 lodged 27/04/12 - CO 08/05/12 - GRANTED 30/05/12. ARRIVED 03/10/12. Citizen 29/03/2017 B|

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