Immigration to Australia
Now even with greater opportunities, you can get Australian immigration as a skilled immigrant without being sponsored by any employer or family member under the new rule you are required to score 6 in IELTS and the required point has been reduced 60 only.
Please note the following matters:
To obtain points from job experience, your experience must be in the list of Australian Skilled Occupation List.
To earn points from Credential Language you are required not only to be skilled in Bengali Language but also be certified translator or interpretor by NAATI.
To obtain points from Australian relative, your relative must live in the designated area.
Skilled Workers And Professionals
Skilled – Independant (subclass 190) visa
For people who want to live and work in Australia
The current pass mark is 60 points for all factors combined. If your score is the same or higher than the pass mark, then you may qualify to immigrate to Australia as a skilled worker.
Skilled workers are selected as permanent residents based on their education, work experience, knowledge of English, and other criteria that have been shown to help them become economically established in Australia.
Special important changes under the New Rules:
|Factor 1||Education||Max 20 points|
|Factor 2||Ability in English (IELTS)||Max 20 points|
|Factor 3||Age||Max 30 points|
|Factor 4||Work Experience (inside Australia)||Max 20 points|
|Factor 5||Work Experience (outside Australia)||Max 15 points|
|Factor 6||Education in Australia||Max 05 points|
|Factor 7||Professional Year in Australia||Max 05 points|
|Factor 8||Spouse (Minimum)||Max 05 points|
|Factor 9||Relatives in Designated Area||Max 10 points|
|Factor 10||Nomination From Local Govt.||Max 05 points|
|Factor 11||Credential Community Language (Bangla)||Max 05 points|
If you want to immigrate to Australia, there are several other ways to apply. You have to decide which immigration program will work best for you and your family.
For further information call us or e-mail us. One of our friendly staff will be happy to assist you.
What are the different subclasses under the student visa category?
There are seven subclasses within the Student Visa Category. Each subclass is based on the education sector of your principal course of study.
|Subclass 570 – Independent ELICOS Sector|
|For international students undertaking ELICOS (English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students) as a stand-alone course, and not as a prerequisite to commencing another course (for example, a degree course).|
|Subclass 571 – Schools Sector|
|For international students undertaking a course of study at a primary school or a secondary school including both junior and senior secondary school.|
|Subclass 572 – Vocational Education and Training (VET) Sector|
|For international students undertaking a course of study at a technical/trade college, resulting in the award of a Certificate I, II, III or IV, Diploma or Advanced Diploma.|
|Subclass 573 – Higher Education Sector|
|For international students undertaking a course of study at University resulting in the award of a Bachelor Degree, Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma or Master by course work.|
|Subclass 574 – Masters and Doctorate Sector|
|For international students undertaking a course of study at University resulting in the award of either a Masters Degree by Research, or a Doctoral degree.|
|Subclass 575 – Non-award Foundation Studies/Other Sector|
|For international students undertaking a foundation, bridging or other course which does not result in the award of a Degree, Diploma or other formal qualification.|
|Subclass 576 – AusAID or Defence Sponsored Sector|
|For AusAID or Defence-sponsored students undertaking full-time study for the whole or part of an education or training course offered by an Australian education provider.|
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