Australia is an incredibly popular destination for skilled migrants. The SkillSelect program is for anyone wishing to apply for a skilled migration visa in order to live and work in Australia. Under the Skillselect program skilled worker applicants can gain a permanent Australia visa; using their qualifications, work experience and language ability to meet the Australian immigration requirements. The system is similar to an online job board and matches employers with potential employees.
The General Skilled Migration (Skillselect) program replaced all other Australian skilled worker visas in 2012-2013. Applicants must meet at least 65 points from the General Skilled Migration (Skillselect) points tables to be considered.
Steps of the SkillSelect Program
Check first that you meet a minimum point score of 65, that your occupation is indeed included under the list of skilled occupations and that you are eligible to apply
An Expression of Interest (EOI) must be submitted, prior to being invited to apply for the visa
Before submitting your EOI, there are some basic requirements that need to be met, along with an assessment with a minimum score of 65 points
You will only receive an invitation to apply if your EOI has been selected, regardless of whether you have achieved the minimum score of 65 points or not
3. Receive an invitation to apply
Applicants who score the best are invited to apply, across multiple occupations
4. Apply for a visa
Applicants are given 60 days, from date of invitation, to submit the visa application
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