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The Skillselect Visa program is for people who would like to migrate to Australia as Permanent Residents. To be eligible to be invited to apply for one of the visas listed below from the Skillselect program, you must:


  • Be under 45 years of age;

  • Successfully complete a skills assessment in your nominated occupation;

  • Have at least competent English; and

  • Score at least 65 points on the Points Test.

The first thing you will need to know is what the ANZSCO code is for your occupation. The simplest way to do this is to google "ANZSCO" and your occupation. For instance if you are a plumber, then google "ANZSCO plumber" - you will find a six digit number which is your ANZSCO code  - a plumber is ANZSCO 334111, so you would enter "Plumber ANSZCO 334111".
What is your ANZSCO and Occupation?
Which visa are you interested in applying for ?
In order to be invited to apply for a Skilled Independent Visa (Subclass 189), you must have a nominated occupation which is on the Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL). Click HERE and scroll down to the Skilled Occupation List section in the new page that will open. Type in your occupation or your ANZSCO if you know it.....
Is the 189 visa in the visa list for your occupation?
YOU ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR A SUBCLASS 189 VISA - please choose another visa which is listed for your occupation from the list above
In order to be eligible for the Skilled Nominated visa (subclass 190) the Subclass 190 visa must be in the visa list for your nominated occupation AND you must meet the requirements of the particular state or territory where you wish to live.
Is the 190 visa in the visa list for your occupation ?
YOU ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR A SUBCLASS 190 VISA, however you may have other options, if you would like to find out more, click HERE
Choose a state or territory where you would be prepared to live from the list below:
In the ACT,  you must meet the conditions for nomination which can be found HERE
Do you believe you meet the criteria for ACT Nomination?
You are probably not eligible  for ACT State nomination. If you are willing to live in another part of Australia, please try another state or territory. Alternatively if you would like assistance with assessing your eligibility please click HERE.
A new selection and invitation process for the NSW nomination program was introduced in February 2015. Under this process, prospective candidates for NSW nomination are selected from SkillSelect, the DIBP's online registration system for skilled workers. The top-ranking candidates are invited to apply for NSW nomination. At a minimum your occupation must appear on the NSW Priority Skilled Occupations List which can be found HERE. Some occupations on the NSW 190 Priority Occupation List are now subject to an additional requirement for nomination by NSW. The additional requirement for these occupations is to be living in NSW, and to have been employed in NSW for at least one year, in the nominated occupation.
Does your occupation appear on the NSW List and do you believe you meet the additional requirements (if applicable)?
You are probably not eligible  for NSW State nomination. If you are willing to live in another part of Australia, please try another state or territory or select a different type of visa. Alternatively if you would like  assistance with assessing your eligibility please click HERE.
To be eligible for nomination, you must meet the conditions for nomination by the Northern Territory Government and your occupation must be on their priority list for occupations which can be found at the bottom of the page HERE.
Do you believe that you are eligible for NT State Nomination?
You are probably not eligible  for nomination by the Northern Territory Government. If you are willing to live in another part of Australia, please try another state or territory or select a different type of visa. Alternatively if you would like  assistance with assessing your eligibility please click HERE.
The Government of Queensland closed the subclass 190 nomination program as of 26th November 2019. You can check if the program has subsequently re-opened HERE.
Do you believe that you are eligible for Queensland state nomination?
You are probably not eligible  for Queensland State nomination. If you are willing to live in another part of Australia, please try another state or territory or select a different type of visa. Alternatively if you would like  assistance with assessing your eligibility please click HERE.
Government of South Australia only nominates Subclass 190 visa applicants in special circumstances. Your occupation must be on their State Nominated Occupations List HERE and you must meet certain other conditions in Section 3.5 HERE.
Do you believe you are eligible for SA State nomination?
You are probably not eligible  for South Australian State nomination. If you are willing to live in another part of Australia, please try another state or territory or select a different type of visa. Alternatively if you would like  assistance with assessing your eligibility please click HERE.
The Tasmanian Government closed the subclass 190 program on the 15th November 2019, however you can check the current status HERE.
Do you believe you meet the conditions for Nomination by the Tasmanian Government?
You are probably not eligible  for Tasmanian State nomination. If you are willing to live in another part of Australia, please try another state or territory or select a different type of visa. Alternatively if you would like  assistance with assessing your eligibility please click HERE.
In order to be nominated for sponsorship by the Government of Victoria, your occupation must be on their State Nomination Occupations List or their State Nomination Occupations List for Graduates and you must meet certain other conditions. You can check if your occupation is on one of these lists and if you meet the conditions HERE.
Do you believe you are eligible for Victorian State nomination?
You are probably not eligible  for Victorian State nomination. If you are willing to live in another part of Australia, please try another state or territory or select a different type of visa. Alternatively if you would like  assistance with assessing your eligibility please click HERE.
In order to be nominated for sponsorship by the Government of WA, you must meet the conditions listed  HERE and your occupation must be on their State Nomination Occupations List HERE.
Do you believe you are eligible for WA State nomination?
You are probably not eligible  for WA State nomination. If you are willing to live in another part of Australia, please try another state or territory or select a different type of visa. Alternatively if you would like  assistance with assessing your eligibility please click HERE.
In order to be eligible for the Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 491) you need to be nominated by an eligible relative living in a designated area see the DHA 491 page  HERE -or- be nominated by an Australian state or territory government agency.  the Subclass 491 must be on the visa list for your nominated occupation above and you must meet the requirements of the particular state or territory where you wish to live - these requirements can be found on the following websites: Australian Capital TerritoryNew South WalesNorthern TerritoryQueenslandSouth AustraliaTasmaniaVictoria and Western Australia.
If you do meet the Subclass 491 requirements for a state or territory where you would be prepared to live, or have an eligible relative willing to sponsor you, please choose one of the options from the list below, otherwise please choose a different visa from the list above.
How old are you ?
YOU ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR THIS VISA, however you may have other options, if you would like to find out more, click HERE
Your English Language Ability is an important element in your skillselect points calculation. The ratings are Competent, Proficient and Superior please review these ratings before making a selection.
How would you rate your English Language Ability?
YOU ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR THIS VISA, however you may have other options, if you would like to find out more, click HERE
What qualification do you hold ?
YOU ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR THIS VISA, however you may have other options, if you would like to find out more, click HERE
Have you ever worked in Australia?
Have you been employed full time outside of Australia in your nominated occupation (or a closely related one) for:
Have you been employed full time in Australia in your nominated occupation (or a closely related one for:
A) Have you been employed full time outside of Australia in your nominated occupation (or a closely related one) for:
B) Have you been employed full time outside of Australia in your nominated occupation (or a closely related one) for:
C) Have you been employed full time outside of Australia in your nominated occupation (or a closely related one) for:
D) Have you been employed full time outside of Australia in your nominated occupation (or a closely related one) for:
Are you single - OR - Do you have a spouse or defacto partner who is an Australian citizen or permanent resident? (For the definition of defacto for migration purposes see HERE).
Does your spouse or defacto partner also meet the same skills/age/english criteria required to migrate under this program - AND - is also not an Australian citizen or permanent resident?
Does your spouse or defacto partner have competent english - AND- is not an Australian citizen or permanent resident?
Are you a NAATI accredited Translator?
Have you ever studied in Australia?
Do you hold a a Doctorate degree by research from an Australian educational institution that included at least 2 academic years of full time study in one of the fields listed HERE?
Do you hold a a Masters degree by research from an Australian educational institution that included at least 2 academic years of full time study in one of the fields listed HERE?
Have you completed a PHD, Masters or Bachelors degree, diploma or trade qualification in Australia which is a registered course and consisted of at least 2 academic years of study?
Have you lived and studied in regional Australia  for at least two academic years? (For the list of postcodes located in regional Australia see HERE ):
Have you completed a Professional Year in Australia in your nominated skilled occupation or closely related skilled occupation for a period totalling at least 12 months in the last 48 months?
NOTE: Points for completing a Professional Year will only be awarded if it was in the 48 months immediately before the day you are invited to apply for the visa and only for courses specified by the Minister. Please see the DHA website for the current list of professional courses.
What is your nationality (passport) ?
What is your Date of Birth (DD/MM/YYYY) ?
How soon are you hoping to migrate?
Is there anything else you would like to tell us?

Disclaimer

The information provided in this Points Test is for general guidance only. It does not constitute migration advice and is not a substitute for the information provided by your Australian Registered Migration Agent, or by DHA at immi.homeaffairs.gov.au. While EasiVisa Pty Ltd takes every care in the preparation of this Points Test, the information herein is provided “as is” without warranty of any kind either expressed or implied including, but not limited to, accuracy and completeness. Your use of this information is at your own risk. The Department of Home Affairs requires visa applicants to provide documentary evidence to support all points claimed. In addition, visa applicants will need to meet health and character requirements. Under no circumstances shall EasiVisa Pty Ltd, or any other party involved in creating, producing or delivering this Points Test be liable to you or any other party for any indirect, direct, special, incidental or consequential damages arising from your access to, or use of this Points Test.

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