Australia PR Points Calculator for Skilled Migration


Interested in climbing the ladders of Australia PR in 2021? Well, below-mentioned is the Australia PR point’s calculator 2021 which came into existence on November 16, 2019. With the help of this calculator, potential immigrants evaluate their scores for free and determine their eligibility to apply for an Australia PR Visa.

A minimum of 65 points in the Australia pr point’s calculator is mandatory in order to apply for the Australia skilled immigration visas. Well, these are the minimum points; however, a major hike in this set threshold helps you stay ahead of the curve.

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 score0Your 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:

The below mentioned points table clearly indicates the points which you get for each profile factor.

 Age

Under this factor, you will fetch a maximum of 30 points, added if your age falls between 25 to 32 years

Age Points Awarded
18 to 24 25 points
25 to 32 30 points
33 to 39 25 points
40 to 44 15 points
45 to 49 0 points

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 English Language Proficiency

You can gain a maximum of 20 points if you score a maximum of 8 bands in the IELTS or 79 in PTE

Language Proficiency (Max. Points 20)
Language Proficiency Points Awarded
Superior English- IELTS 8/PTE 79 or more 20 points
Proficient English- IELTS 7/PTE 65 or more 10 points
Competent English- IELTS 6 or more 0 points

  Work experience (Inside and Outside Australia)

Skilled employment gained within Australia for 8-10 years helps you score a maximum of 20 points, however, skilled employed earned outside Australia i.e. overseas for 8-10 years helps you score a maximum of 15 points.

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Work Experience (in Australia) (Max. Points 20)
Work Experience Points Awarded
At least eight and up to 10 years (of past 10 years) 20 points
At least five but less than eight years (of past 10 years) 15 points
At least three but less than five years (of past 10 years) 10 points
At least one but less than three years (of past 10 years) 5 points

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Find Details of Work Experience in Australia

Work Experience (Overseas) (Max. Points 15)
Work Experience Points Awarded
At least eight and up to 10 years (of past 10 years) 15 points
At least five but less than eight years (of past 10 years) 10 points
At least three but less than five years (of past 10 years) 5 points

 Level of Education

The scores given on the basis of education depend on the degree of your qualification. A maximum of 20 points are given to the candidate with a Doctorate’s degree.

Find Details of Work Experience Outside Australia

Educational Qualification (Max. Points 20)
Qualification Points Awarded
Doctorate from an Australian educational institution or other recognized standard 20 points
At least a Bachelor degree, including a Bachelor degree with Honours or Masters, from an Australian recognized Standards 15 points
Diploma completed in Australia, trade qualification completed in Australia, or qualification or award of recognize standard 10 points

 Other Factors

Other factors include CCL (Credentialed Community Language), a course of study in regional Australia or it can be a state nomination or sponsorship from any eligible family member.

Other Factors:
Factor Points Awarded
Credentialed community language qualifications 5 points
Study in regional Australia or metropolitan area (excluding distance education) 5 points
Professional Year completion, for a period of at least 12 months in the four year 5 points
Know more benefits

As the Newly regional Subclass 491 visa, has come into force 16th November, 2019, the Australian government has made some changes in Partner points for all Australian Subclass visas. Aspirants, now, can obtain more immigration points according to their suitability for the category of partner’s requirements. It will ease to gain your immigration chances to apply for Australian permanent residency. Earlier, the candidates can only achieve 5 points on the part of their partner but now, there is some more additions in points system as shown given below:

Partner Skills Requirements:
Requirements Points Awarded
Your Spouse or de facto partner must also be an applicant for this visa and meet age, English and skill criteria.
  • Age should be under 45 years.
  • Competent English.
  • Nominated skill assessment that is on same skilled occupation list as yours nominated skill assessment.
  • Nominated a Suitable skilled occupation and obtained a positive skill assessment.
10 points
Your Spouse or de facto partner achieved the below criteria:
  • Your partner has competent English, and
  • Your partner must be an applicant of same subclass as yours, and
  • Your partner is not an Australian permanent residency or Australian citizen.
5 points
You are single (do not have spouse or de facto partner) or your partner is an Australian permanent resident or Australian Citizen. 10 points

Calculate Your Overall points

The above mentioned points table clearly indicates the points which you get for each profile factor. You can check how many points you score using Australia Immigration point calculator.