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HOW TO MIGRATE WITH YOUR FAMILY TO AUSTRALIA DIRECTLY WITHOUT AN AGENT- LAND SURVEYOR SPECIAL EDITION

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Assess yourself with the basic qualification and points. You must need minimum 60 points to get the Permanent Residency Visa.

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The points table

AgePoints
18-24 years25
25-32 years30
33-39 years25
40-44 years15
EnglishPoints
Competent English0
Proficient English10
Superior English20
Skilled employment in the last 10 years ā€“ outside AustraliaPoints
Less than 3 years0
3-4 years5
5-7 years10
8-10 years15
Skilled employment in the last 10 years ā€“ in AustraliaPoints
Less than 1 year0
1-2 years5
3-4 years10
5-7 years15
8-10 years20



QualificationsPoints
A Doctorate degree from an Australian educational institution or a Doctorate from another educational institution that is of a recognised standard.20
A Bachelor degree from an Australian educational institution or a Bachelor qualification, from another educational institution that is of a recognised standard.15
A diploma or trade qualification completed in Australia10
An award or qualification recognised by the relevant assessing authority for your nominated skilled occupation.10
Australian study requirementPoints

At least one degree, diploma or trade qualification from an Australian educationalĀ institution that meets the Australian study requirement

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