Australia has beyond doubts become a safe haven for immigrants to settle permanently. Eligible applicants leave no stone unturned when applying for Australia PR but are often confused about the different stages involved in the process.
Thus, every year a large number of migrants choose to migrate to Australia because of the ever-growing employment opportunities and the Australian lifestyle they stand to benefit.
Enough time has been provided to the detailed process on how to apply for Australia PR though very few offer the in-depth description concerning the sub-stages involved in Australian Permanent Residency.
The most important among all is the skill assessment under skill migration visa programs which gives skilled and qualified workers opportunity to come and work as a skilled worker in Australia on a permanent basis to contribute towards the growing economy of Australia.
Skill Assessment is a stage under General Skill Migration Program without which the applicant will not be able to apply for permanent residency of Australia.
Under point based migration, you choose a listed occupation on Australia’s Occupational Demand List. This list reflects those occupations that are in short supply in the labour market. Each listed occupation has its own skill assessing authority. It is very vital to have a positive skill assessment report so as to proceed towards the next stage.
The candidates must qualify for the conditions required by the assessing authority that evaluates their occupation. The candidates must also possess relevant qualification and experience so as to get positive skill assessment.
Your occupation and work experience must correlate because if your qualification and work experience differ, skill assessing authority may deduct the years more than expected.
Also, make sure to submit complete original documents and to skill assessment authority as any discrepancy in your documents can result in a negative report. Ensure to submit any additional detail so as to seek more clarity from the skill assessing authority. Therefore, your documents must be able to prove your qualifications and experience.
Occupations under Computer and IT are regulated by ACS (Australian Computer Society) meanwhile trade occupations like painting and decoration are regulated by TRA (Trade Recognition Australia) or VETASSESS (Vocational Educational and Training Assessment Services)