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  • fugu.umeda
    Regarding your 2nd inquiry, since individually assessed sa ACS - it doesn’t matter to them kung primary (main applicant) or dependent ka, and also, wala silang view nun. During skill assessment, you are not viewed as a defacto. No need to provide proof of relationship. *sa visa lodge pa yun*

    If nasa Skill Assessment phase kayo, then correct ung list mo. I added a few remarks:

    - COE with List of Roles and Responsibilities (signed by your supervisor or manager)** (ctc)
    ** eto ung third party statutory declaration
    - TOR (ctc)
    - Diploma (ctc)
    - Passport (ctc)
    November 2017
  • fugu.umeda
    I'll message you here kasi baka masyadong mahaba reply ko for the thread. Haha.

    For Skill Assessment, individually assessed lahat ng applicant. Hindi pa dito mag-aapply yung partner or de-facto. Sa EOI phase pa yun.

    I think it doesn’t really matter with ACS kung puro marami ka short-term or project-based roles. As long as, consistent na match yung job description mo to your chosen skill or Job ID.

    Therefore, I think wag na muna kayo magdecide who’s who at the moment - kung sinong primary or dependent. Sabay kayo magpa-assess ng boyfriend mo. In my case, ganyan din plan namin, initially bf ko ung main applicant hanggang sa ako na naging primary. haha!

    My advice is, sabay na kayo pa-assess with ACS. Remember na kung nka-6 companies ka na, then that also equates to 6 different COE document with job description in each company.
    November 2017

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