ACS Assessment and Immigration to Australia?

I am a Bachelor of Commerce and did few IT related courses. in 2002 I passed my MSCE (Windows 2000). I also attended some courses in Linux, Lotus Domino, CCNA etc. I am Currently working as IT Support Engineer and my responsibilities include Administrating Windows 2003 servers and providing technical support to end users. I was also Team Leader for migrating Servers from Windows NT to Windows 2003. I also assist other Administrators in their jobs related to Domino Admin and Network Admin. other than Windows Administration, I have been assigned Administration of our CCTV Systems as it is a Windows based software. My Agent suggested me to apply for ACS assessment by submitting RPL as I don't have a degree in IT. Is he right? i read that MCSE qualifies for group B assessment plus I got more than 11 yrs of experience in this filed. he also suggested to apply for state sponsorship rather than going for GSM. I want my following doubts cleared. can I skip the RPL and directly apply in group b? under which ANZSCO Code I can apply for? will my designation as IT support Engineer affect the assessment, though my Manager is ready to give me a good Letter of Experience? under which category I should apply for the visa? 175, 176 or 475?

Asked By: spritual_truth - 10/2/2010
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You know far more about your qualifications and experience than anyone else, but from what you've written, I'd say you would be assessed as a 263111 Computer Network and Systems Engineer and that occupation is not on the Skilled Occupations List (SOL) and is therefore not eligible for a 175 visa. It may be eligible for... More
Answered By: Ozmaniac - 10/2/2010
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No one will give you a better answer then Oz--she is always spot on---follow her direction and you will be good to go.
Answered By: Penny - 10/3/2010
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