Any business people and Skilled professionals can migrate to Australia depending on their skill sets, educational qualifications, work experience. With the general skilled migration, Skill Assessment positive test result will evaluate you for Australian Immigration.
You can score high if your age is under 50, have English language Proficiency, and have enough work experience in the related occupation, which is included in the Skilled Occupation List(SOL).
Visa under General Skilled Migration
Depending on the visa type, you need to submit an Expression of Intrest(EOI) via SkillSelect. Then you can apply for a qualified visa by the Australian State or Territory nomination. To apply for this kind of visa, you need to fulfill certain points for Australian Immigration. Most points calculation is conducted for:
1.Skilled Independent (Subclass 189) Visa
For a skilled-independent visa, you don’t need a sponsor. Rather, you can apply based on your point-based system. If your nominated occupation list is in MLTSSL’S occupation list, you can submit an expression of interest (EOI) and be invited to apply for the visa.
2. Skilled Nominated (Subclass 190) Visa
With a Skilled Nomination visa, you can live, study, and work in Australia permanently. For this, you need to have a nominated occupation list from State or Territory then you can submit an Expression of Interest(EOI).
3. Skilled Work Regional (Subclass 491) Visa
Skilled Work Regional Visa is also called Provisional Visa. It allows eligible professionals and their family members to live, study, and work in the preferred regional areas of Australia for five years. The visa lasts for five years. However, you will be eligible for permanent residence after three years with the fulfillment of all documents along with the Competency Demonstration Report(CDR).
Other visa lists are
- Skilled Regional (489) Visa
- Graduate Temporary(Subclass 485) Visa
- Skilled Regional(Subclass 887) Visa
Point-based Immigration in Australia
To obtain a visa, you need to score at least 65 points in the following category.
Points are different for the different age groups. The age group, 25-32, will receive the highest points 30, 18-24 & 33-39 will get 25 points, 40-44 years will get 15 points, and 45-49 will not get any points.
2. English Language Proficiency
Applicants will be awarded certain points on their Speaking, Listening, Reading, and Writing skills. Superior language skills (score eight or more) provides 20 points, proficiency language skills(score seven or more) provides 10 points, and competent language skills (score six or more) will give you 0 points. It would help if you appeared for IELTS, PTE, and other recognized language tests.
3. Skilled Employment
Twenty points will be given for skilled employers in Australia who have 8 to 10 years of experience from the date of application. Applicants from another country need to have 8 to 10 years of work experience for 15 points. Work experience for 1, 3,5,8 years will provide 5, 10, 15, 20 points, respectively. However, applicants outside Australia having 3,5,8 years of work experience will be provided with 5, 10, 15 points, respectively.
4. Educational Qualification
The qualifications of the candidates need to be nominated by State or Territory. Also, their qualifications need to meet the Australian Standards. For example, those having a bachelor’s and a postgraduate degree will be granted points for their postgraduate qualification. Some qualifications like Doctorate, Bachelor’s Master Degree, Australian Diploma or Trade Qualification, Award or qualified recognized by the assessing authority in assessing the skilled occupation will contribute 20, 15, 10, and 10 points respectively.
5. Australian Qualifications
The Australian educational qualification also plays an important role in the Australian Immigration points calculator. Anyone who has studied for at least two years in Australia will be awarded 5 points.
After two years of study, any degree, diploma, or trade qualification earned in Australia will be provided with 5 points.
6. Regional Study
Candidates who gained an educational qualification from Australia(minimum two years). They had to live in regional Australia. People residing in regional Australia or low population areas will be awarded extra 5 points. This brings you more closure to your dream destination and settling in Australia.
Any degree, diploma, or trade qualification obtained in Australia after studying for two years in regional or low population is 5 points.
7. Community Language Skills
You need to provide Australia’s National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters(NAATI). You need to score minimum points to be eligible for 5 points.
The language skills NAATI recognized translator would contribute 5 points.
8. Spouse/Partner Skills and Qualifications
If the candidates have mentioned their spouse or partner in their visa application, they can get points depending on their spouse or partner’s skills and qualifications. If they are out of Australia, the applicant’s spouse or partner needs to meet the age, nominated occupation, and English Competency Requirements.
If the Spouse or Partners meet the basic requirements, they will earn 5 points.
10. Professional Year
A professional year is a program that provides professional development on the job training and formal education. It helps you to get Australian PR. If the candidate has completed a 4-year professional year in Australia, you are eligible for extra points.
If you have completed a 4-year professional year in Australia, you will get extra 5 points.
11. Nomination and Sponsorship
Based on the Australian Visa points Calculator, the nominations can earn extra points if the Australian territory or State Government sponsors the applicant. But, this criteria is applicable for skilled regional visas and skilled nominated visas.
Based on the current situation and the economic condition created by COVID-19, you might need to fulfill 90 points for the PR. 189 and 190 visas are given to the health workers like nurses and doctors—research profile in the medicinal field.
How to apply for ACS Skill Assessment?
If you want to apply for skilled migration to Australia, you should follow ACS’s guidelines. Firstly, you need to go through your visa requirements and check ANZSCO Code. It is necessary to match your nominated occupation with ANZSCO Code. After that, you need to fill the form online on the official site.
Even if you don’t have sufficient ICT content in your tertiary qualification, the ACS skill assessment will still apply for skill assessment if you have work experience of 6 years in the relevant occupation. If you don’t have a tertiary qualification, you need to submit RPL Report and have an additional two years of work experience altogether, eight years of work experience. You need to follow some steps to apply for skill assessment for Immigration to Australia.
- Get Skill Assessment approved by ACS
- Get English Proficiency Test results
- Submit Expression of Intrest(EOI)
- Wait for ITA
- After receiving ITA, get your police clearance and medical done
- Pay for visa fee
However, for the RPL Assessment, you need to submit two project reports through the ACS Project Report Form. In one report, you need to submit a report undertaken in the last five 5 years. And another report completed in last 3 years. While applying for skill assessment, you need to consider various parameters for RPL for ACS.
- Make clear of network topology with size and secure facilities
- Various techniques adopted during quality assurance and project management
- The contribution of the applicant to the processes of design and implementation
- The procedures used in system analysis and design
- The various techniques used in file and database design and management
- The programming languages adopted for designing paradigms
- The implementation of internet-based application design and security standards
- The managerial activities in ICT should give detailed explanations about the nature of responsibilities
Some tips to prepare an excellent RPL Report for ACS Australia
- Recognize and prepare the Area of Knowledge topic that you have selected to explain by putting the name in the Area of Knowledge in the box.
- Describe how you have acquired the knowledge in the comprehensive typing area and show overall qualification, knowledge, and skill.
- You should not explain all subtopics included in the Area of Knowledge in your description. Address minimum two of the subtopics.
- Be precise and compact in your description.
- Do not write your explanation in more than one or half pages.
- A project conducted within the last three years and another project completed in the last five years
- The depth, breadth, and overall volume claimed as ICT during ICT employment should be recorded.
- Avoid plagiarized work
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