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When you plan to relocate abroad to work, study, or settle, the first thing you must determine is whether you are eligible to apply for a visa to enter that nation. This can help you evaluate whether applying for a visa to migrate to a given nation is worth your time and effort. This is where determining eligibility is crucial.

Each country has its own set of eligibility criteria. Countries such as Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Germany use a points-based system to determine whether applicants are eligible to live, work, or study in their country. You must score the appropriate points in order to meet the eligibility requirements for these countries. The number of points available and the conditions for earning them vary by country.

Eligibility evaluation is a process that determines whether or not you might be able to apply for a specific visa for a particular country.

In terms of migrate overseas, a points-based eligibility evaluation is required by countries such as – Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom.

It is recommended that you obtain an eligibility evaluation before filling out the application form for any of these nations. This will assist you in determining whether you satisfy the required requirements and are capable of scoring the required points. As a result, you’ll be able to analyze your odds of acquiring the visa.

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.

The Y-Axis Eligibility Evaluation

The Y-Axis Eligibility Evaluation helps you check your eligibility with the Y-Axis points calculator. This will help you understand the strong factors in your profile which will help you decide to which country you will have greater chances of migrating.

It will assist you in making an informed decision based on the options available.

An Eligibility Evaluation can also help you identify any flaws in your profile that you can address with the help of Y-Axis’ professional services. We provide you with a cost and time estimate for how this will be completed so that you know exactly what to expect.

The Y-Axis Eligibility Evaluation provides you a score card and suggests the best options available to you.


Quick eligibility check of Y-Axis is only to help the applicants to understand their scores. The points displayed are based on your answers only. Please note the points on each section are evaluated based on various parameters set in the immigration guidelines and a technical evaluation is a must know your accurate scores and eligibility to find out which immigration program you can apply for. The Quick eligibility check does not guarantee you the below points, you may score high or low points once you are technically evaluated by our expert team. There are many assessing bodies that process skills assessment which will depend on your nominated occupation, and these assessing bodies will have their own criteria in considering an applicant as skilled. State/ territory authorities will also have their own criteria to allow sponsorships which an applicant should satisfy. So, it is very important for an applicant to go apply for a technical evaluation.
What are the advantages of using a points-based system?
  • Individual applicants are chosen based on the goals set forth by the destination country.
  • A point system produces higher-quality immigration applicants.
  • The initial stage of the immigration procedure is expedited, which means valid applications can be processed with less resources.
  • Helps avoid lower skilled immigrants from entering the country.
  • The evaluation procedure is open and transparent.
What are the advantages of using a points-based system when evaluating immigration applicants?

The advantages of using a points-based system are many- it ensures only highly skilled migrants gain entry and gives a fair chance to every applicant. The other advantage of the points-based system is transparency. The system makes it clear to applicants the various criteria on which they will be given points and the scoring basis for each criterion.

Based on their scores, applicants will know exactly where they stand, and they can determine the areas they need to improve on to score more points.

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.

How many points do I need for Canada Express Entry?

67 points must be scored to create an Express Entry profile with Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).

Can I make profile with Express Entry of Canada if I score less than 67 points?

No. You can’t create an Express Entry profile if you don’t score the required 67 points.

Is there an upper age limit for Express Entry for permanent residence in Canada?

There is no upper age limit.

Age 47 years and above will get you no points on Canada eligibility calculation. You can, however, still create an Express Entry profile if you secure 67 points.

How many points for Australia eligibility calculation?

65 points needed to register an Expression of Interest (EOI) profile.

Can I make SkillSelect profile for Australia if I don’t get 65 points?

You can make a SkillSelect profile even if you don’t get 65 points. You will, however, not be eligible to receive an invitation in the SkillSelect rounds held later.

What’s the difference between Canada’s Express Entry and SkillSelect?

Main differences –



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Programs under Express Entry system –

·       Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)

·       Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP)

·       Canadian Experience Class (CEC)

Points-tested visas –

·       Business Innovation and Investment (Provisional) visa (subclass 188)

·       Skilled Independent visa (subclass 189)

·       Skilled Nominated visa (subclass 190)

·       Skilled Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 489)

·       Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 491)

Factors assessed

Six selection factors (in order of maximum points allotted, from most to least) –

(1) language skills (max 28 points),

(2) education (max 25 points),

(3) work experience (max 15 points),

(4) age (max 12 points),

(5) arranged employment (max 10 points), and

(6) adaptability (max 10 points).

Factors assessed – age, English language skills, skilled work experience (in Australia and overseas), educational qualifications, specialist education qualification, Australian study requirement, professional year in Australia, credentialled community language, study in regional Australia, and partner skills.

Skills Assessment – by a relevant assessing authority (such as, VETASSESS, MedBA, TRA etc.) – might be required.

Do keep in mind that the Department of Home Affairs of the Australian government will assess the points criteria at the time of the SkillSelect invitation.

Points needed

67, as per Canada’s Skilled Immigration Points Calculator.

65, as per Australia Skilled Immigration Points Calculator.

Upper age limit to apply

No upper age limit

45 years

What if I don’t score the required points for Express Entry or SkillSelect?

You can’t create Express Entry profile if you don’t secure 67 points.

You can create SkillSelect profile even if you don’t get 65 points.

However, you will not be eligible for a SkillSelect invitation to apply if you score less than 65 points.

What is the new points-based UK immigration system?

On January 31, 2020, the United Kingdom (UK) exited the European Union (EU). Following which, a new points-based was introduced by the UK to bring in high-skilled workers with the aim of creating “a high wage, high-skill, high productivity economy”.

With the points-based UK system, the focus is now on the skills that an individual has to offer, regardless of where they come from.

How many points for UK immigration?

70 points to be scored to be granted a UK Skilled Worker visa, as per the UK Skilled Immigration Points Calculator.

Required – (1) job offer from an approved UK sponsor, (2) the UK job offer to be at the required skill level, and (3) ability to speak English at the required level. These are the mandatory conditions that will have to be met by each applicant, whether applying from an EU or non-EU country.

Other factors are tradeable and can be adjusted against each other.

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