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Is There a Bank Statement Required For Australian Immigration Under The Skilled Migration Category, Subclass 190 (State Sponsorship: NSW) ?

Yes, bank statement is required for NSW Immigration Subclass 190. These statements are required because the NSW immigration officials have to check whether you will be able to fund yourself till the time you are in their state.

To be eligible for the NSW Immigration Program, you have to score at least 60 points on the DIBP points test. However, minimum 55 points on DIBP and additional 5 points, if nominated by the NSW will also make you eligible for the NSW nomination program.

Apart from a bank statement, following document proofs are also required under the NSW skilled migration program.

All the document proofs like:

· Age certificate

· English language proficiency test results

· Educational mark sheets

· Work experience letters

· Original bank statements

· Positive skill assessment report

If you want to know more about the NSW Immigration process in detail, the documents required, visa processing time, visa fees and other related queries, you can contact the immigration specialist of Aptech Visa, who are in this industry for more than 7 years.

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