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Hello, I am originally from Burma, but currently studying in the United States for university. I am set to graduate in 2 years time, but I plan on going a route that is alternative to my peers and plan on working in Australia. I have not worked in Australia before, although I have internship experience in Burma. The reason being that my uncle is an Australian citizen himself, and I always admired the standard of living of the country. I am aware of the skilled migration points test, and employer sponsorships but that is as far as my knowledge on emigrating to Australia for work experience goes. I don’t necessarily plan on getting a permanent residence, while that would be great if possible . My main goal is to gain solid work experience in the country, for 4-5 years. I wanted to inquire about guidelines and tips from people who have gone down the same path that I have and how hard is it for me to gain work as a business student.
I HAVE APPLIED UNDER SKILLED MIGRATION SUB CLASS 189 VISA I have a query and I have tried reaching out to both SkillSelect and ACS(Assessment authority) and they said that they cannot help. Could you please help me with the following or atleast direct me to the right authorities? I have all documents for all the 8 (almost) years of my experience. However, I missed out on a few while sending them to the assessing authority and they could verify only the most recent 3.5 (approximately) years. For the rest they have marked it as "UNABLE TO VERIFY BECAUSE OF INSUFFICIENT DOCUMENTS" I have entered all 8 years in my EOI and claimed a total of 70 points. I am worried that the immigration authorities would consider it as a false claim against the assessment certificate according to which I can claim only 65 points. Should I lose the years of experience that hasn't been verified by ACS (Assessment authority) from the EOI or wait till I am asked for additional documents to verify my claim?