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Calculate Australia Immigration PR Points


The Australian immigration process is being completed through SkillSelect system, which enables the skilled and qualified migrants to apply for Australian permanent residency visa.

A minimum 65 immigration points will be mandatory to be eligible for Australian skilled migration visa. The obtained Australian PR points are duly awarded by Australian immigration authority with reference to Australian PR point’s calculator.


Following are the factors that are taken into consideration to get Australian PR:

  • Age
  • Education
  • Work Experience
  • English language proficiency
  • Requirements of Australian Study
  • Study in Regional areas of Australia
  • Credential Community Language Qualifications
  • Qualification related to Partner skills
  • Study in Australia.
  • Professional year in Australia
  • State or Territory Government Nomination (for the Subclass 190 visa only).
  • State or Territory Government Nomination or Sponsorship by eligible Family member (for the Subclass visa 491 only).
  • Calculate Australia PR Points

    Visa
    Age
    Language
    Qualifications A
    Qualifications B
    Professional year
    Work A
    Work B
    Partner
    Translation

    Question 1 of 10

    Visa Subclass

    Which of the following subclasses are you applying for?

    No sponsorship required. You must have an occupation on the new Skilled Occupations List.

    Requires nomination by a State or Territory Government. You must have an occupation on the Consolidated Sponsored Occupations List (CSOL).

    Requires sponsorship by a relative living in a designated area or a state or territory government.

    Question 2 of 10

    Age

    Which age band do you fit into?

    Question 3 of 10

    English language ability

    How would you rate your English language ability?

    • Passport from UK, USA, Ireland, Canada or NZ; or
    • IELTS: 6+ in each component; or
    • PTE Academic: 50+ in each component; or
    • Cambridge (CAE): 169+ in each component; or
    • TOEFL iBT: 12 in Listening, 13 Reading, 21 Writing, 18 Speaking
    • IELTS: 7+ in each component; or
    • OET: B pass in each component; or
    • PTE Academic: 65+ in each component; or
    • Cambridge (CAE): 185+ in each component; or
    • TOEFL iBT: 24 in Listening, 24 Reading, 27 Writing, 23 Speaking
    • IELTS: 8+ in each component; or
    • OET: A pass in each component; or
    • PTE Academic: 79+ in each component; or
    • Cambridge (CAE): 200+ in each component; or
    • TOEFL iBT: 28 in Listening, 29 Reading, 30 Writing, 26 Speaking

    Question 4 of 10

    Australian educational qualification

    Have you met the requirements for the award of degree, diploma, advanced diploma or trade qualification(s) which took at least 2 years of full-time study in Australia at an Australian institution, which are relevant to your nominated occupation and which were taught in English?

    Degree, diploma advanced diploma or trade qualification(s) taking at least 2 years of full-time study in Australia

    Regional study

    Did your study take place in regional Australia?

    Degree, diploma advanced diploma or trade qualification(s) taking at least 2 years of full-time study in regional Australia or a low population-growth metropolitan area. None of the study undertaken should constitute distance education. Note: the whole of Tasmania is counted as regional (5 points)

    Question 5 of 10

    What is your highest qualification?

    PhD topic

    Did you complete a PhD or Masters by Research at an Australian University, studying for at least two or more years in one of the following areas:

    • Biological Sciences
    • Chemical Sciences
    • Earth Sciences
    • Mathematical Sciences
    • Natural and Physical Sciences
    • Other Natural and Physical Sciences
    • Physics and Astronomy
    • Computer Science
    • Information Systems
    • Information Technology
    • Other Information Technology
    • Aerospace Engineering and Technology
    • Civil Engineering
    • Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Technology
    • Engineering and Related Technologies
    • Geomatic Engineering
    • Manufacturing Engineering and Technology
    • Maritime Engineering and Technology
    • Mechanical and Industrial Engineering and Technology
    • Other Engineering and Related Technologies
    • Process and Resources Engineering

    Question 6 of 10

    Professional year

    Did you complete a professional year program approved by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection?

    Question 7 of 10

    Overseas work experience

    Thinking about your work experience overseas, in the last 10 years, how long have you worked in your nominated occupation or closely related skilled occupation?

    Question 8 of 10

    Australian work experience

    Thinking about your work experience in Australia, in the last 10 years, how long have you worked in your nominated occupation or closely related skilled occupation?

    Question 9 of 10

    Partner skill qualifications

    Do you have a partner or spouse who meets the following criteria?

    • My partner is aged under 45, and
    • My partner has Competent English, and
    • My partner is an applicant of the same subclass of visa as me, and
    • My partner nominated a suitable skilled occupation and obtained a positive skills assessment (that is not for a Subclass 485 visa)
    • I don’t have a spouse or de facto partner, or
    • My partner is an Australian permanent resident or an Australian citizen
    • My partner is aged under 50
    • My partner has competent English ability
    • My partner can pass a skills assessment

    Question 10 of 10

    Designated language

    Do any of the following apply to you?

    As accredited by the National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters


    Note: This assessment doesn’t give you the guarantee to get a PR Visa due to the fact this evaluation is based on primarily conditions on the entries that you provide. Make certain all of the statistics you enter in the table is accurate and we cannot guarantee you. Your qualification, accreditation/recognition must meet with the requirement in Australia and most important relevancy of work experience towards ANZSCO code.

    So if you want to be sure or get the written sureties of your PR visa, start your technical evaluation now.

    Your answers to one or more of the questions have made you ineligible for this type of visa:
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    Score for this question - Points
    Your current score 0Your Points / 65Min Points
    Based on the information you have provided, you would appear to meet the criteria for this type of visa As the pass mark for this visa is 60, you would not appear to meet the criteria for this type of visa Your answers to one or more of the questions have made you ineligible for this type of visa:

    What is the Australian PR Points Requirement?

    Australia gives green signal to those aspiring candidates who have met the required immigration points that are set up by Australia immigration Authority. In order to immigrate, you need to score a minimum 65 immigration points on the Australian point assessment grid. These points will be allotted on the basis of factors like age, education, skilled employment experience, English language scores.

    Can I get invite with 85 immigration points?

    The chances to get an invite with 85 or above points are quite descent. Australia mainly welcomes candidates who obtained higher points scores rather than lesser one. Along with that, immigration chances will become better to enter into kangaroo land.

    Can I get Australia permanent residency visa with 75 points?

    Although a minimum 65 immigration points is required to achieve for the Australia immigration purpose, but higher points will give you better chances to get an invite to apply under any Australian Subclass visa. You are probably got PR visa with obtaining 75 points or above. Alongside, it depends upon the volume of applications received by Australia with similar code as yours

    How many points can I obtain for Spouse?

    You can now get your spouse skill points and some certain points are assigned as follows:

    • 10 points: If you are single or your spouse is an Australia permanent resident or citizen.
    • 10 points: If your spouse is aged under 45 years, competent English, an applicant of same subclass as yours and nominated a suitable skill occupation with positive skill assessment.
    • 5 points: If your partner is a competent in English and same subclass as yours and not an Australian PR or citizen.

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