Be More Certain With Y-Axis Eligibility Evaluation
Moving abroad to work, study or settle is a life changing decision. It is also expensive in terms of time and money. Y-Axis helps you make an informed decision about moving abroad with our Eligibility Evaluation process. With an Eligibility Evaluation, we assess your profile against the prevailing visa norms and evaluate your application’s chances of success.
Requiring an investment of time and money, the immigration and visa process can be long-drawn as well as confusing.
Practically speaking, it always makes more sense to get professionals on board. At Y-Axis, you can check your eligibility with our Y-Axis points calculator. Understanding the strengths of your profile will let you take an informed decision from the choices available before you.
An Eligibility Evaluation will also let you recognize any areas in your profile that could be worked upon with the help of professional services. A Cost and Time Estimate is given so that you are well aware of what all to expect.
Components of the Evaluation Report
COST & TIME ESTIMATE
BEST OPTIONS BASED ON YOUR PROFILE
Why do I need an Eligibility Evaluation from Y-Axis?
Different countries have different criteria for deciding eligibility for granting permanent residency (PR). A points-based system is followed by Canada, Germany, and Australia.
While you can calculate your eligibility online, such calculators are usually not very accurate and cannot be considered as decisive where it comes to your immigration prospects.
How many points do I have to score to be eligible?
To be eligible, you will be required to meet the points needed for the specific country:
- Canada – 67/100
- Australia – 65/100
- Germany – 55/90
What are the general criteria for calculating points?
Canada awards points based on – age, language, education, work experience, adaptability, and arranged employment.
Australia gives points on – age, English language, employment outside Australia, employment in Australia, education, studied in Australia, niche skills education or specialist education qualification, and spouse skills points.
Germany considers – qualification, work experience matching one’s qualification, German language skills, English language skills, and age.