Australia Immigration Points Calculator 2018 – 2019
Australia is the most significant nation for providing a range of opportunities for a skilled candidate aiming for a business or a professional background to settle. Also, the candidates aiming for Australia immigration can settle as Australian Permanent Residents by meeting the required eligibility. Hence, for applicants who are intending to settle as Australia PR through subclass 189, subclass 190 or subclass 489 visa, need to get their skills assessed and require a minimum score of 65 points for eligibility. These points are distributed based on the factors like age, education, qualification, skilled employment experience (relevant employment), English language skills, and certain other aspects.
Hence, to get a quick eligibility score for your profile, find the updated Australia PR Points Calculator 2018 – 2019 below:
Australia Immigration Points Calculator
What is Australia pr visa processing time in 2019?
The standard processing time of an Australia PR visa is 6-8 months. However, with a better score, there is always a chance of getting selected faster. With higher Australia PR points than 65, in 2019 you can expect the visa process to conclude within 4-6 months.
How many points are required for Australia pr?
To apply for an Australia PR visa from India you will need 65 points. These points are called as skilled immigration points and define your ability to qualify for a permanent residency of Australia.
There are two ways to calculate your points:
- Check out our Online Australia PR Points Calculator
- Register for our Initial Evaluation Service
Taking up an initial evaluation service is always beneficial over calculating your Australia PR points. Through the initial evaluation service, you get a detailed report of your points thoroughly calculated by evaluation experts, the areas that are unable to get you points and tips on the improvement.
How Australia PR points are calculated?
Skilled workers with a plan to settle in Australia as permanent residents need to score at least 65 points under the Australia Points Calculator 2019. Below you can find the factors and the maximum score which can be obtained.
- Age: You can score a maximum of 30 Points.
- English Language: You can score a maximum of 20 Points.
- Employment outside of Australia: You can score a maximum of 15 Points.
- Employment in Australia: You can score a maximum of 20 Points for having employment in Australia
- Education: You can score a maximum of 20 Points for education.
- Education in Australia: You can score a maximum of 5 Points.
- Niche Skills: You can score a maximum of 5 Points.
- Spouse Skills: You can score a maximum of 5 Points.
- To know more about your eligibility, speak to our experts.
How an immigration consultant can help you get pr visa in Australia from India?
An Australia immigration consultant is an agency or a person who assists people in filing for immigration visas and takes care of all the paper formalities on behalf of the applicant. Taking assistance of an immigration consultant in filing for an Australia PR visa is highly recommended for the following reasons:
- Consultants know the process thoroughly
- They are thorough with the immigration laws
- They adhere to the timelines of submission
Immigration consultants ease the visa process and help you cross the bridge of immigration without any hurdles or obstacles. When you approach an immigration consultant for your visa process, you are assured to find help in the following areas:
- Guidance in choosing the right type of PR visa
- Complete details about how the visa process goes
- Understanding your scope of success before investing in the process
- Knowing the job prospects you have in Australia
- Estimating the cost of immigration and the expenses involved
- Assessing your profile for State sponsorship
- Suggestions on family immigration
- The before and after formalities of landing in Australia
Australia Immigration Points
Maximum 30 points for age
|18-24 Years||25 points|
|25-32 Years||30 points|
|33-39 Years||25 points|
|40-44 Years||15 points|
|45-49 Years||0 points|
Maximum 20 points for education
|Doctorate from an Australian educational institution or other doctorate of a recognized standard||20 points|
|At least a bachelor’s degree from an Australian educational institution or other degree of a recognized standard||15 points|
|Diploma or trade qualification completed in Australia||10 points|
|An award or qualification recognized by the assessing authority in the assessment of the skilled occupation||10 points|
|One or more degrees, diplomas or trade qualifications awarded by an Australian educational institution and meet the Australian study requirement||5 points|
Relevant Employment Experience
Maximum 20 points for relevant employment experience
Experience within Australia
|Experience of at least one year but less than three years (within past 10 years)||5 points|
|Experience of at least three years but less than five years (within past 10 years)||10 points|
|Experience of at least five years but less than eight years (within past 10 years)||15 points|
|Experience of at least eight to 10 years (within past 10 years)||20 points|
Maximum 15 points for Overseas Experience
|Experience of at least three years but less than five years (within past 10 years)||5 points|
|Experience of at least five years but less than eight years (within past 10 years)||10 points|
|Experience of at least eight to 10 years (within past 10 years)||15 points|
English Language Skills
Maximum 20 points for English language skills
|Superior English- candidate has 8 or more in IELTS in each of the four test components||20 points|
|Proficient English-candidate has 7 or more in IELTS in each of the four test components||10 points|
|Competent English- candidate with 6 or more in IELTS in each of the four test components||0 points|
Maximum 10 points Depending on below factors
|Nomination by state/territory government (subclass 190 only)||5 points|
|Nomination by state/territory government or sponsorship by an eligible family member to live and work in regional Australia (subclass 489 only)||10 points|
|Credentialed community language qualifications ( accredited by the National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters (NAATI)||5 points|
|Study and adaptability of low population growth metropolitan area of Australia||5 points|
|Partner skills relate to the eligibility requirements (eligible if only partner is being included in the application)||5 points|