Important Changes – Australian Computer Society

The Australian Computer Society has made some major changes in its skills assessment documents requirements. All applications which are yet not submitted would need to full-fill additional documents requirements.

Introduction of payment evidence requirements:

Now, ACS requires sufficient evidence of paid employment. Payment Evidence must include at least two salary proofs to cover the relevant period of each employment.

Region Specific Requirements

Pakistan Applicants must provide evidence that the employer is registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) and/or registered with the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) of Pakistan.

Statutory Declarations Requirements

The applicants providing statutory declarations for employment would need to provide more supporting documents related to employment.

Update Ethical Standards

Australian ICT professionals are expected to meet ethical standards as set out in the ACS Code of Ethics and ACS Code of Professional Conduct. Breaches such as document fraud, plagiarism or misrepresentation of skills or knowledge are grounds for termination of an application. In such circumstances the outcome will be recorded as unsuitable, a 12-month ban on reapplying may be imposed and the application fee will not be refunded.

The ACS may use various means to verify or validate applicants claims and documents and will only proceed with an assessment once credibility of applicant claims is established.

Information submitted by an applicant to the ACS may be shared with Australian Government authorities for the purposes of maintaining standards and integrity of the skills assessment and migration processes.

Source: ACS Skills Assessment Guidelines

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