New Point System for Australian SkillSelect Program

People, who are seeking for Australia immigration, must have a look at new point requirement that was announced in July, this year. As of now, the new point system will be applicable – the applicants need to review all the facts related to the same – and apply for an Australian visa accordingly.

No matter which visa program are you applying for, getting details about new point system is certainly a much necessary thing that must be taken into consideration by all the applicants who are on the way of visa application.

According to new point system announced by Australian immigration – an applicant needs to score at least 60 points to qualify the SkillSelect Program – which includes various categories like Subclasses 189, 489 and 190. The new announcement indeed provides some sort of leniency against the current requirement of 65 points – minimum points to qualify the Expression of Interest (EOI).

The new changes in point system have been introduced considering a huge requirement of skilled workers – employers in Australia offer a warm welcome to overseas workers – and entice them by offering sound and pleasing environment to utilize their full skills and work efficiently. In fact, new changes termed as a demand driven program that is introduced with a great hope of getting the desired result.

The intending applicants, who are applying under the new SkillSelect – must have to submit an EOI – before processing of their visa. The entire process of SkillSelect works under two phases – in the first phase, the applicants submit their EOI online for claiming skilled migrate.

After completion of the first stage successfully, the applicants step into second phase where they are invited to submit their visa application formtaking into account of their EOI. However, earning minimum points still a primary requirement and only those applicants are allowed to submit their application forms, who are capable of scoring minimum points.

The applicants can earn points on the basis of several factors that include Age, Language Proficiency, Education, Work Experience and many more.

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