The New Skill Lists.
old skill lists have been replaced as follows:
• The Medium and Long Term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL) replaced the previous ‘Qualified Occupations List’ (SUN).
• The List of Short-Term Qualified Occupations (STSOL) replaced the previous “List of Consolidated Sponsored Occupations” (CSOL)
Please visit the government website for more information. The following page contains the two new lists in a complete list of all eligible skills, as well as the ANZSCO code and the evaluating authorities:
• List of eligible qualified occupations
Work experience in your nominated skill:
You can earn additional points depending on the amount of time you have spent working on your nominated skill. How many years of experience have you had in your nominated occupation in the last 10 years? This can sometimes include work in a closely related occupation.
If your work experience is from overseas …
• Three years = 5 points
• Five years = 10 points
• Eight years = 15 points
But you will get more points for the work experience obtained in Australia in your nominated occupation …
• One year = 5 points
• Three years = 10 points
• Five years = 15 points
• Eight years = 20 points
• Doctorate = 20 points
• Bachelor’s degree = 15 points
• Australian diploma or business qualification = 10 points
• A successful evaluation of authorized skills in a recognized grade = 10 points
There are several ways to earn extra points:
• Study a course in Australia that meets certain requirements = 5 points
• When meeting the Australian study requirement (above) while studying in a regional area = 5 points
• NAATI accreditation = 5 points
• When completing a Professional Year course specified by the Minister = 5 points
• If your partner meets the basic requirements for a qualified migration visa = 5 points
Having spoken with my LMS agent, now I can clarify the following.
A partner can help with 5 points if:
• were under 50 years of age at the time of application;
• had at least competent English (prescribed passport holder or 6 in the 4 IELTS modules or equivalent test);
• had nominated an occupation on the same list of occupations rated as the nominated occupation of the lead applicant (can not be combined with the Medium and Long Term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL) and the Short Term
Qualified Occupations List (STSOL) );
• have been evaluated by the relevant evaluating authority for their designated occupation because they have adequate skills for that occupation (formal evaluation).
How many points do you need?
The current qualification score to receive an invitation to submit an application is 65. As of July 1, 2018, the government has increased the total score (eligibility level) to 65 points (up to 60 points).
If you have submitted an Expression of Interest (EOI) on any of the specialized points-based visas, you will need a minimum of 65 points to receive an invitation, but the invitations are sent to the EOIs with the highest score, so the scoring score can not guarantee success.
This is a statement that I have verified through official channels:
“The current qualification score is 65. If you apply for an Independent Expert visa, then you will need a minimum of 65 points to do so, but the invitations are sent to the highest score.
If you are applying for a qualified nominated visa, you still need 65 points, but you will be assigned the 5 “nomination” points when selecting the nominated visa subclass, so that you will meet the minimum of 65 points at the time of submitting the EOI.
When you apply for state sponsorship (which must be approved by the government or state territory), you must include your EOI reference. When the state nomination is approved, the nomination points will be confirmed in the system and the invitation will be issued automatically by the Department of Internal Affairs.
If you are applying for a Qualified Nominee Visa or a Qualified Regional Visa, you must ensure that the score you get, once the nomination is approved (and the confirmed points) meets at least the qualified score of 65 points. Be careful with (usually) the age changes that may decrease your point score after submitting your EOI, as this will mean that your score will not reach the score or you can not endorse the age points when the application is evaluated.
Obtaining the required number of points does not guarantee an invitation, since it depends on the availability of spaces within the selected occupation quota (ceiling) of ANZSCO and also on how competitive your score is. Invitations are issued to those with the highest score. Once an invitation has been issued, you will have 60 days to submit a visa application based on your EOI filing (amended as necessary). ”
What happens if you do not get enough points?
It does not always end if you do not get enough points, there are often things you can do to improve your account. Almost the only thing he cannot change is his age, but he could, for example, try to improve his IELTS score, wait until he has some more years of experience or maybe come to Australia to study.
It is also important to understand that there are many types of visas, including visas based on skills that are not based on points, but are based on labor sponsorship and also on partner visas and parent visas. So, if you do not get enough points, there may be other paths you can follow.
Do you want to know exactly how many points you have?
Not only exactly how many points you have, but also if you have a real chance to submit a successful visa application or not. I know that this process can be very confusing, I know it can be very difficult to determine how many points your grades are worth, how many points you could get for your work experience, if your skill is in one of the skill lists, none of these things are simple.
That’s why I have a registered Liver pool migration agent working with me on this website that can help you. You will be surprised at how much information you will receive through my …
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