Australia Skilled Immigration Points Calculator
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Business people and skilled professionals can migrate to Australia based on their skill sets, educational qualifications and work experience. With the general skilled migration self-assessment test, an individual can evaluate his/her chances for Australian immigration.
Individuals will score high if they are aged under 50, have English language proficiency, have adequate work experience in their nominated occupation, which must be included in the country’s SOL (Skilled Occupation List).
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Australia skilled migration points
Under the Australia immigration point system, immigration candidates can acquire the required Australia migration points which are awarded to a candidate provided he meets the requirements under the following criteria.
- Age: Applicants between the age of 18 and 44 can score points under the age
- English language: The applicant should prove that he has the required competency in the language by submitting the test results of any recognized English language proficiency test.
- Overseas Experience points (Experience outside Australia): The applicant can claim points for having three/five/eight years of overseas experience in the nominated occupation in the last 10 years.
- Australian Experience:
- The applicant can claim points for having worked in Australia in one of the occupations listed on the SOL on a full-time basis.
- The applicant can claim points for having one/three/five/eight years of Australian experience in the nominated occupation in the last 10 years.
- Overseas Qualification points (Qualifications gained outside Australia): The applicant can claim points for recognized qualifications which is at a level of bachelor’s or higher or Ph.D.
- Australian Study: The applicant can claim additional points for doing a course in Australia of at least two academic years or more.
- Live and Study in Regional Area: The applicant can claim additional points if he has met the Australian study requirement of living and studying in a ‘regional low population growth metropolitan area’ for at least 2 years.
- Partner Skills: The applicant can claim points under partner skills if the partner satisfies the basic requirements of age, English language ability, qualifications and skills assessment result.
Candidates scoring a minimum of 65 points would be considered eligible by DHA (Department of Home Affairs), an organization responsible for immigration.
Points determine your eligibility for an Australia PR visa. As already mentioned, you must score at least 65 points under the Points Grid. The below table describes the different criteria for scoring points:
|Age (25-32 years)||30 points|
|English proficiency (8 bands)||20 points|
Work Experience outside Australia (8-10 years)
Work Experience in Australia (8-10 years)
Education (outside Australia)
|Niche skills such as Doctorate or master’s degree in Australia||5 points|
Study in a regional Australia
Accredited in community language
Professional year in a skilled program in Australia
State sponsorship (190 visa)
Let us look at how points are calculated under each category:
Age: You will gain a maximum of 30 points if your age is between 25 to 32 years.
|45 and above||0|
English proficiency: A score of 8 bands in the IELTS exam can give you a maximum of 20 points. However, the Australian immigration authorities allow applicants to take any of the English proficiency tests such as IELTS, PTE, TOEFL, etc. You can try for the required score in any of these tests.
|English Language Scores|
|Superior (8/79 on each band in IELTS/PTE Academic)||20|
|Proficient (7/65 on each band in IELTS/PTE Academic)||10|
|Competent (6/50 on each band in IELTS/PTE Academic)||0|
Work experience: Skilled employment outside Australia with 8 to 10 years of experience counting back from the date of your PR application will give you 15 points, lesser years of experience means fewer points.
|Skilled employment outside Australia||Points|
|Less than 3 years||0|
|More than 8 years||15|
Skilled employment in Australia with 8 to 10 years of experience from the date of application will give you a maximum of 20 points.
|Skilled employment in Australia||Points|
|Less than 1 year||0|
|More than 8 years||20|
Education: Points for the education criteria depends on the educational qualification. Maximum points are given to a doctorate degree from an Australian university or a doctorate from a university outside Australia provided it is recognized by the Australian government.
|A Doctorate degree from an Australian university or institute outside Australia.||20|
|A Bachelor (or Masters) degree from an Australian university or institute outside Australia.||15|
|Diploma or trade qualification completed in Australia||10|
|Any qualification or award recognized by the relevant assessing authority for your nominated skilled occupation.||10|
|Niche skills such as Doctorate or master’s degree in Australia||5|
|Specialist Education qualification (Masters degree by research or a Doctorate degree from an Australian educational institution)||10|
Spouse application: If your spouse is also an applicant for the PR visa, you will be eligible for additional points.
|Spouse has a PR visa or is an Australian citizen||10|
|Spouse has competent English and has a Positive Skill Assessment||10|
|Spouse has only competent English||5|
Other qualifications: You can gain points if you meet any of the following criteria.
|Study in a regional area||5 points|
|Accredited in community language||5 points|
|Professional year in a skilled program in Australia||5 points|
|State sponsorship (190 visa)||5 points|
|Minimum 2 years fulltime (Australian study requirement)||5 points|
|Specialist Education qualification (Masters degree by research or a Doctorate degree from an Australian educational institution)||10 points|
|Relative or regional sponsorship (491 visa)||15 points|
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS BY STUDENT FOR STUDY OVERSEAS:
Is it easy to obtain a PR visa if you meet the points criteria?
You will receive a pretty speedy invitation to apply if you have the required points in the Australia points calculator. Within 5-8 months of applying, you should expect to receive your PR.
The best technique to obtain permanent residency in Australia is always determined by the visa system you wish to apply for. Each immigration program has its own set of eligibility criteria, terms, and selection criteria.
Furthermore, the government determines the levels of migration planning and the number of spaces available under each migration program.
Why is it so simple to obtain a permanent residency visa through Australia's Skilled Migration program?
This is due to the fact that skilled migrants bring with them a better level of education and employment prospects. This has the potential to improve the economy’s contribution. Employee-sponsored migrants have a greater chance of achieving the intended goals.
When applying for a PR visa, the Australia Skilled Migration stream should be your first choice because it has the most openings. If you meet the eligibility conditions and score the required points on the Australia points calculator, you will have a higher chance in this stream. Furthermore, the skilled migration stream is a points-based system and the most popular immigration route for obtaining a permanent residency visa.
What factors influence the processing time for a permanent residency visa in Australia?
Processing time is influenced by a variety of factors. Because to factors such as the number of applications received, seasons with a greater number of applications, a higher number of complex situations, or incomplete applications, the time can vary month to month. Other factors that influence processing times are:
Lack of supporting documents.
Time taken to respond to any of the immigration authorities’ questions.
Demand for the applicant’s occupation in Australia.
Insufficient points in the Skill Select online system.
Delay in completing the background check.
Time it takes to get health or character information from other agencies.
Number of spots available in the migration program.
How can you get your PR visa processed on time?
Do not submit an incomplete application if you want your Australian PR visa application to be processed on time. Make sure you meet the standards of the visa application process to ensure a smooth processing of your application.
Include the following important documents:
The appropriate Skill Assessing Authority’s Skills Assessment Report
The outcome of your IELTS exam
To apply for a visa, choose the appropriate category: Examine each visa category and select the one that best suits your needs.
For the Skilled Occupation List (SOL), choose the appropriate occupation: Choose an occupation from the SOL that you are interested in.
Make sure you’re in good health and have a good character.
Check the progress of your application.