Telephone or email enquiries to the ASPC

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The ASPC have published Information on making telephone or email enquiries to their offices.

This system has been established to provide consistent and efficient responses to email enquiries and you are requested not to send enquiries to individual departmental officers regarding an application unless specifically requested to do so.

The new section on the ASPC Site provides advice on how to:

  • Check the progress of your online application

  • Make Telephone enquiries for General Skilled Migration
  • Details of who to contact with an Email enquiries and
  • Where to Send your Documents

To View the information and guidelines : Click Here

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    Hi, I’m 24 year of age hardworking and law abiding, single without a kid. I have certificate in Marine Engine Mechanic and the STCW training from a recognised Maritime University with (I M O Standard) in West Africa. I also have three months of sea experience. I’m interested in traveling to work in Australia and want to inquire if I’m qualified for the Skilled Visa or Work Visa or I’m I even qualified? (