[Expert Tip] What If My Job Gets Removed From the Occupation Lists?

We often get asked "What if the points required for my occupation increases?" or "What if my occupation is removed from the SOL?".

Our advice? Immigration laws and requirements often change, and sometimes there is little you can do to avoid it. The best thing to do is to plan your migration based on clear patterns in recent months/years (e.g. accountants requiring an additional 10 points), but avoid changing your strategy based on uncertain rumours (e.g. information that isn't backed up with official government information, or 'proposed' changes).

And of course, if you want an informed perspective on how you could insure your migration strategy against potential changes, have a chat with our experienced professionals here at Skylark Migration.

Book in your 100% free initial consultation today: www.skylarkmigration.com.au/booking

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