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SkillSelect is a major change to how Australia manages its skilled migration program. It has significantly changed the way you apply for a work or business visa in Australia. Even if you have a qualifying points score for a visa, you can only lodge an Expression of Interest and not a full visa application. You still have to wait for the Immigration Department to invite you to apply for a visa. It has added another layer of uncertainty to an already difficult and uncertain process.

The introduction of the current Skilled Occupation List (SOL) and Consolidated Skilled Occupation List (CSOL) means that the Immigration Department and State and Territory migration authorities are now acting like recruitment agents for Australia. You must show that you have the skills they want before they will invite you to apply for a visa or sponsorship.


Independent migrants have the least number of restrictions placed on them and this is the preferred option for eligible applicants who do not have an employer to sponsor them. Assess your eligibility for the independent visas before you continue.


If you are sponsored by an eligible relative, please note that there are a number of obligations that must be met by your sponsor.

Skills Assessments now have a Deeming Date

Under the new system, the skills assessment authorities not only assess whether you have appropriate qualifications for your nominated occupation, they also assess how many years of work experience points you are entitled to. Many skills assessors now insist that you have a period of work experience in an occupation closely related to your current occupation before you are deemed to be skilled. For example, the Australian Computer Society in assessing listed ICT occupations requires that you have between 2 and 8 years of related work experience, depending on the level and relevance of your qualifications and certifications, before you are deemed to the skilled. You can only count the length of work experience after the date that you are deemed to be skilled towards points for skilled employment.

For Further information, you may click on the sub links under Skilled Migration or if you require details as to which visa suits your individual need send us your up to date Resume/ CV to enquiry@akmigration.com or click on the link to get a FREE MIGRATION ADVICE. We will assess your case & suggest you the best category that may suit your present job duties.


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