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04. Do You Have Experience In Australia

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04.Experience In Australia

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05. Your English

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06. Adaptability

Are you married

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Your eligibiliy Score
to migrate Australia

Minimum threshold is 65

64

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PLANNING AUSTRALIA IMMIGRATION? CHECK OUT ELIGIBILITY USING THE AUSTRALIA POINTS CALCULATOR

Whether you are currently in Australia as a temporary resident or a wannabe permanent resident in Australia, knowing how to go about Australia immigration will be of huge benefit to you. Australia skilled immigration is a major activity that contributes to the well-being of Australia’s economy.

How will you know for sure that you have the opportunity to immigrate to Australia? How will you determine what is required to be improved to make your chances at Australia immigration better if not assured? For this, you have the Australia points calculator. The calculations of how you will score in the points system of Australia immigration are pretty easy if you knew what scores how much.

On this page, we will look at the Australia points calculator and how scores are determined in it. We are going to give you enough insight into the basics of Australia skilled migration.

The SkillSelect Australia points calculator

There are 3 Australia skilled migration visa types that we will examine for the number of points allowed for each factor involved in determining the visa eligibility. 

  • Subclass 189 – Skilled Independent Visa
  • Subclass 190 – Skilled Nominated Visa
  • Subclass 491 – Skilled Work Regional (Provisional)

The minimum mark required is 65 points. That’s the entry-level mark. Here is the table you should check out to calculate your eligibility for Australia skilled migration.

Factor

Criteria

Subclass 189

Subclass 190

Subclass 491

Subclass point

 

0

5

15

Age

18 – 24

25

25 – 32

30

33 – 39

25

40 – 44

15

English Language

Competent

0

Proficient

10

Superior

20

Overseas Work Experience

8 years or more

15

5 to 7 years

10

3 to 4 years

5

Less than 3 years

0

Australian Work Experience

8 years or more

20

5 to 7 years

15

3 to 4 years

10

1 to 2 years

5

Less than a year

0

Educational Qualification

A Ph.D. from an educational institution in Australia or a Ph.D. from another recognized educational institution

20

A Bachelor’s degree from an educational institution in Australia or a Bachelor’s qualification from another recognized educational institution

15

A diploma/trade qualification done in Australia or other award/qualification with the recognition of the skills assessing authority

10

No recognized qualification

0

Australian Educational Qualification

Yes

5

No

0

Specialist Educational Qualification

Yes

10

No

0

Accredited Community Language

Yes

5

No

0

Partner Qualifications

●       My partner’s age is under 45, and

●       My partner has competent level of English language, and

●       My partner is an applicant of the same visa Subclass as myself, and

●       My partner nominated a suitably skilled occupation and obtained a positive skills assessment (that’s not for a Subclass 485 visa)

10

●       I have no spouse/de-facto partner, or

●       My partner is a permanent resident in Australia or a citizen of Australia

10

●       My partner has competent level of English language, and

●       My partner is an applicant of the same visa Subclass as myself, and

●       My partner isn’t a permanent resident in Australia or a citizen of Australia

5

Professional Year in Australia

Yes (Done a professional year program in Australia in the skilled occupation you nominated for a minimum of 12 months in the 48 months right before the time of issue of the invitation to apply for the Australia visa)

5

Here are some extra points to keep in mind regarding each factor of selection discussed above:

  • For Subclass 189, you are required to have an occupation that’s present on the MLTSSL.
  • For Subclass 190, you must be nominated by the government of a state/territory. Also, you are required to have an occupation that’s present on the MLTSSL or STSOL.
  • For Subclass 491, you must either have the nomination from the government of a state/territory or must be sponsored by an eligible family member. Also, you are required to have an occupation that’s present on the STSOL, MLTSSL, or ROL.
  • Competent English is considered to be any one of the following:
    • IELTS: at least 6 in each component
    • OET: at least ‘B’ in each component
    • TOEFL iBT: 12 in Listening, 13 in Reading, 21 in Writing, 18 in Speaking
    • PTE Academic: A minimum of 50 in each component
    • Cambridge (CAE): A minimum of 169 in each component
  • Proficient English is considered to be any one of the following:
    • IELTS: a minimum of 7 in each component
    • OET: a minimum of ‘B’ in each component
    • TOEFL iBT: 24 in Listening, 24 Reading, 27 Writing, 23 Speaking
    • PTE Academic: A minimum of 65 in each component
    • Cambridge (CAE): A minimum of 185 in each component
  • Superior English is considered to be any one of the following:
    • IELTS: a minimum of 8 in each component
    • OET: a minimum of ‘A’ in each component; or
    • TOEFL iBT: 28 in Listening, 29 Reading, 30 Writing, 26 Speaking
    • PTE Academic: A minimum of 79 in each component
    • Cambridge (CAE): A minimum of 200 in each component
  • Overseas work experience is governed by these criteria:
    • If employment has to be counted it has to be at least 20 hours per week for remuneration
    • The maximum number of points that can be awarded for ‘Australian Work Experience’ and ‘Overseas Work Experience’ combined, is 20 points
  • Australian work experience is governed by these criteria:
    • The maximum number of points that can be awarded for ‘Australian Work Experience’ and ‘Overseas Work Experience’ combined, is 20 points
  • Australian educational qualification means a degree, diploma, advanced diploma, or trade qualification from an educational institution in Australia which took a minimum of 2 years of full-time study and with the medium of teaching being English.
  • Specialist educational qualification means a master’s degree by research or a doctorate degree from an Australian educational institution that includes a minimum of 2 academic years in a relevant field (Natural and Physical Sciences, Information Technology or Engineering and Related Technologies).
  • Accredited community language includes:
    • Accreditation at the para-professional level or above
    • Certification at the certified provisional level or above
    • A community language credential

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FAQ
What points are needed to be eligible for Australia skilled migration?

Minimum 65 points required, as per the Australia points calculator.

What factors are assessed for 65-points eligibility for Australia migration as a skilled worker?

Factors assessed include – age, English language skills, work experience, partner skills, study in regional Australia etc.

What are the maximum points that can I get for the factor of age on Australia skilled migration eligibility calculation?

Age between 25 years and 33 years is worth 30 points on the Australia points calculator. Age at least 40 but less than 45 years, on the other hand, is worth 15 points.

What types of skilled worker can apply for Australia immigration?

To apply for Australia skilled migration, your job must be on the skilled occupation list of the Australian government.

What is the skilled occupation list for Australia?

Australia skilled migration visas are available to individuals qualified to work in an eligible skilled occupation in the Australian labour market. The combined list lays down the specific code as per Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO).

The ANZSCO also provides information on the skill level, qualifications, and/or experience required to work in Australia in that occupation.

What are the occupations lists for Australia immigration?

The combined skilled occupation list includes –

  • Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL)
  • Regional Occupation List (ROL)
  • Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (RSMS) ROL List
  • Short-term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL)
Does a high score on Australia points calculator guarantee an Australia PR visa through Australia immigration?

No. A high score does not guarantee an Australian PR visa.

However, the more points that you have, the stronger your application will be. Hence, more the likelihood of your visa being approved by the Department of Home Affairs of the Australian government.

My job is on Australia’s Skilled Occupation List. Which visas can I apply for?

The following Australian visas are available to individuals qualified to work in an eligible skilled occupation in Australia, provided they meet all other requirements –

  • Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS) visa (subclass 186)
  • Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (RSMS) visa (subclass 187)
    Skilled Independent visa (subclass 189) – Points-tested stream
  • Skilled Nominated visa (subclass 190)
  • Training visa (subclass 407)
  • Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) visa (subclass 482)
  • Temporary Graduate visa (subclass 485) – Graduate Work
  • Skilled Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 489)
  • Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 491)
  • Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional (provisional) visa (subclass 494).
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