Posted on June 8, 2016
Australia is an obvious immigration choice for thousands of young and talented individuals across the world, in view of its incredible infrastructure, growing economy and considerably high employment rate.
However, every youngster aspiring to move to Australia has a question in mind, i.e. am I eligible to immigrate to Australia? Well, this post is to answer your this question only.
Before we get to the answer of this question, let’s take a look at the immigration System of Australia to understand the whole concept of Australia immigration better.
Australia has a point based immigration system in place to choose the quality skilled migrants for immigration. If you are a skilled worker, you need submit EOI (Expression of Interest) in SkillSelect and score well as per the point based immigration system to apply for the desired visa in Australia.
There are two basic selection factors you must know about Australia’s point based immigration system.
Now, the question comes here is how to know whether or not I am eligible to move to Australia?
The best way to confirm your eligibility is to confirm your points score as per the Australia’s immigration system. Here are the pathways to confirm your eligibility.
Both the above procedures are relatively easy and confirm your eligibility status in a hassle free manner. You can opt any of them to go ahead.
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