ACS - Claiming work experience points after job change

@anil_am22

Hello Sir,

I need your guidance in below case.

I have done the ACS skill assessment for job code 261313 ( software engineer) in March 2020 for my work experience (outside Australia) from January 2016 to June 2020. (4.5 years assessed) Result is positive but I am getting 0 points considering 2 years deduction.

In July 2020, I changed the employer but working in same occupation (same roles and responsibilities).

Now in January 2021, I will be completing 5 years.

To claim 5 points for 3 years work experience after 2 years of deduction…

Do I have to again do the skill assessment to consider new employer work experience?
OR
Can I directly say “YES” to question “Is this employment relevant to nominated occupation” in EOI application for this new employer and claim work experience points in January 2021?

Note: I have all the documents for new employer ( offer letter, salty slip, work experience letter, bank statement etc.)

Thank you.

I suggest to get new ACS assessment.

Hi Anil,

I have my bachelors in IT and the ACS evaluation has considered as “bachelors with a Major in Computing”. my relevant ANZ code is 262113 and I have over 11 years of experience. However ACS has deducted 4 years. Can you please suggest what can be done here as my education and experience are in the same field.

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