[Expert Tip] Skilled Migration? Don't Forget Your Skills Assessment

When planning for General Skilled Migration, people often think about the 60-point requirement but not about the Skills Assessment component.

In order to pass the Skills Assessment, you may not require work experience at all, or be required to have more than 3 years of work experience depending on your occupation! This could potentially derail your plans for permanent residency.

Contact the relevant skills assessment authority for your occupation today to check their requirements. You can find the authority relevant to your occupation on the CSOL.

If you have any questions or concerns, make sure you book in for a free consultation with us to have a chat.

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