How to Get More Points for Australian Skilled Migration Visa
Get More Points For Australian Skilled Migration Visa
Turns out that you don’t have enough points for Australian Skilled Migration Visa, you might be wondering;
Is there any way to get more points for Australian Skilled Migration Visa?
If you are wanting to migrate to Australia on a General Skilled Migration visa and you would like to gain permanent residency visa in Australia, the Skilled Migration visa’s are based on the General Skilled Migration Points System for off-shore visa’s.
The 3 points based visas that require 60 points to meet the criteria are:
The 60 points criteria consist of:
Command of English language
Work experience in your nominated skill
Points for work experience from overseas
You will earn more points for work experience gained in Australia in your nominated occupation
You will be awarded points for your educational qualifications for example:
Australia Diploma or Trade Qualifications
A successful authorized skills assessment in a recognized qualification.
Gaining Additional Points for Australian Skilled Migration:
There are several ways to gain additional points to add to your points tally.
- NAATI Accreditation
If your partner meets the basic requirements for a skilled migration visa.
Studying a course in Australia that meets certain requirements
Completing a professional year course specified by the minister.
Another way to gain more points is if your partner is under 50 years of age, has competent English, (has a passport and able to get a score of 6 in all 4 IELTS Modules).
They must also nominate an occupation on the same skilled occupations list as the main applicant and also have the relevant occupation assessed by a relevant assessing authority.
First – applying for a Skilled Independent visa you will need to submit an “Expression of Interest” and then be invited through Skill Select and also obtain 60 points.
If applying for a Skilled Nominated visa you require 60 points but you will be granted 5 nominated points by selecting a nominated visa subclass so you obtain the 60 points upon lodgment of “Expression of Interest”.
Or If you apply for State Sponsorship (which has to be approved by State Government or Territory) you must include your “Expression of Interest”. Once the State Nomination is approved the points will be confirmed and an invitation will be issued by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection.
Then lastly if you are unable to obtain enough points there are still ways to improve your tally, unfortunately you cannot change your age, but you can try and improve IELTS score, keep improving your skills and experience in your home country or maybe come to Australia on a Study visa.
There are many visa’s types for Australia if the Skilled Migration is not a possibility for you.
We can assist you through appointment with Mrs. Indah Melindasari to discover another pathway to reach your dreams of living and working in Australia.