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Calculating your Points score for Australian Migration is not as easy as you might think.
There are lots of points calculators online but the thing to remember is that computer programmes don’t look at the detail or minutia of an individual’s circumstances; Dare we say that even the Points Calculator on the Dept. of Immigration’s Website is an attempt to provide a high level overview and cannot be relied upon to give you a hard, fast and accurate result as it applies specifically to you and your circumstances.
The team here at Lets Go Global have built up their Migration Points Calculation over years of experience and success. What we won’t do is take your case on if our experts don’t believe you have a realistic chance of success. If we do take on your case then you have the confidence that your case has passed our rigorous internal Compliance chjecks against all areas of your eligibility and suitability against the Emigrate to Australia Points System Matrix and myriad other factors.
However, there are some basics we can cover here and it is important to do so.
Yes, you can theoretically emigrate to Australia up until the date of your 45th birthday. Your age is taken at the date you are called forward to apply and not the date of initial Expression of Interest. Bearing in mind that it can take up to 2 years to be called forward we will really have to fast track you through skills assessment to EOI if you are over 40. We can do it but we have to work fast.
As you get older you lose points as you can see form the following guidelines.
Age 18 – 24 = 25 points
Age 25 – 32 = 30 points
Age 33 – 39 = 25 points
Age 40 – 44 = 15 points
Age 45 = No longer eligible
English Language Ability – bonus points for most English Speaking Citizens
Good = 20 points
Medium = 10 points
Basic = 0 points
Length of work experience
3 to 5 years = 5 points
5 to 8 years = 10 points
8 years + = 15 points
Important note that you won’t find elsewhere – If you are around two years away from each band above – for example 6 years work experience we may class you as having 8 years experience. This is because the points score remains fluid throughout the process. It may take a while to get you through Skills Assessment and into EOI via SkillSelect – by which time your experience has ticked forward. In the same manner you might not be called forward for anything up to two years and your experience is building all the time. Were you to leave staring the application for two years then you may find that you lose more on age because in reality you could be delaying yourself for up to 4 years.
PHD = 20 points
Degree = 15 points
Trade Qualification = 10 points
If you have a close family member in Australia you can add on up to a further 5 or 10 points.
We will always make an application across the State visa class of Permanent Residency so by using Let’s Go! add in a further 5 or 10 points as required without precondition.
As with most things in Australia Immigration the Migration Points Score is subject to interpretation. There are a number of factors to both consider in the overall calculation and it is impossible to get an accurate points score from a simple commuter programme.
Take our assessment online now by clicking any of the buttons on this page and let us take the strain out of your migration points calculation. We will arrange a free consultation with you and will be brutal with the facts. We have stringent compliance and eligibility tests that we adhere to rigidly.
What you can be certain of though, is when one our qualified Consultants deems your case as suitable then you have a superb chance of migration given either your current or anticipated circumstances.