Skills Assessment

Skills Assessment

Kave at Law Migration is a specialized legal service provider that focuses on various aspects of migration law and visa services.

Skills Assessment For Australia

The immigration process for Australia requires skill assessment conducted by the designated authorities of Australia. The procedure is important to ensure that the qualification you have aligns with your work experience to meet the standards for your nominated occupation in Australia.
At Kave At Law, we aim to offer you a service that can help you through the intricate immigration process by providing expert advice from our skills assessment consultant in Sydney. We ensure a smooth and streamlined process of your immigration journey by removing all the obstructions from the way, giving you a clear path to walk on.

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Skills Assessment

Process Of Skills Assessment

Kave At Law holds the in-depth knowledge and skills required to deal with the legalities of the immigration process. Therefore, we help you grasp the key components of the process so you are aware of all the crucial parts of every step.
  • Identify your occupation, as it must be on the skilled occupation list (SOL) or the consolidated sponsored occupation list (CSOL).
  • Depending on your occupation, it may be assessed by different authorities; therefore, select the authority that undertakes the skill assessment of your occupation.
  • Depending upon the assessing authority, they may have different requirements, including educational qualifications, work experience, and English language proficiency.
  • Gather the documents the authority requires to assess your skills, such as education transcripts, employment references, etc.
  • Fill out the application form provided by the assessing authority and ensure that you do not miss out on any crucial information before submitting.
  • The authority will take their time to thoroughly assess your documents to ensure that your qualifications and work meet the standard for your nominated occupation in Australia.
  • Receive the outcome indicating whether you are suitable for your nominated occupation. If the result is positive, you can use the skill assessment in your visa application.

Visa Categories For Skills Assessment Program

At Kave At Law, we know the importance of the skills assessment program required for your visa application. Therefore, our expert skills assessment agents in Parramatta ensure that you can understand the process’s details and fulfil its requirements. There are several visa categories associated with the skills assessment program.

Skilled Independent Program (Subclass 189)

The workers not sponsored by any employer, state, territory or family can apply for this visa category. The first must-do step for the applicant is to hand in an Expression Of Interest (EOI) through Skillselect and receive an initiation to apply. The visa requires a positive skills assessment to indicate that your qualific

Skilled Nominated Visa (Subclass 190)

The visa is for workers with a state, territory or government agency sponsoring them. The process of applying for this visa is similar to (Subclass 189) where you must submit an EOI through Skill Select to get an invitation to apply. In addition, you will be required with a mandatory nomination from the state or territory government with a positive skills assessment outcome.

Skilled Regional (Provisional) visa (Subclass 491)

The skilled workers nominated by a state or territory government agency or sponsored by eligible relatives to live and work in Australia can apply for this type of visa. A positive skills assessment is required in this subclass, along with criteria of eligibility that include English proficiency and required sponsorship or nomination.

Temporary Graduate Visa (Subclass 485)

The visa permits international students who recently graduated from an Australian-based educational institution to live and study while working in Australia temporarily. The skills assessment may be required based on your graduate or post-study work stream to apply for the visa.

Employer Nomination Scheme (Subclass 186) & Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (Subclass 187)

The applicant under this visa is permitted the skilled worker nominated by an employer to permanently live and work in Australia. Some specified by the nomination scheme and a positive, skilled assessment may be required to qualify for this visa.

Temporary Skill Shortage Visa (Subclass 482)

The visa grants permission to skilled workers to work temporarily in Australia under an approved employer. Based on the applicant's occupation and some other criteria, a skills assessment may be required, for which you can take expert guidance from a skills assessment consultant in Sydney.

Skills Assessment For Australia

Kave At Law is committed to offering high-standard service to meet all the needs and requirements by providing them advice and solutions with the help of our skills assessment agent in Parramatta, who has attained years of experience, in-depth knowledge and impeccable skills to help you through the immigration process. Join hands with us to experience a quick and easy way for your journey.
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