Find out the Immigration Points Requirement in Top 3 Immigration Friendly Countries of the world?

by By Rajneesh Kumar


Posted on August 9, 2016


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Today, most of the immigration friendly countries have got a point based system to allow immigrants in the country. In such a scenario, if you planning to immigrate to an overseas country, the first thing that comes in your mind is what would be the immigration point requirement?

In continuation of our efforts to keep the Visa applicants updated and informed about immigration procedures of different countries, we at Visas Avenue Immigration are providing the immigration point requirement in top 3 immigration friendly countries of the world, i.e. Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. All these countries have got an organized point based system through which they accept the EOIs (Expression of Interests) from the applicants and subsequently, allocate a definite point score to the submitted EOIs. Let’s take a look at the point system in top immigration friendly countries as well as the immigration point’s requirement.

Canada

Canada’s point based Express Entry immigration system is quite popular among the immigrants. It allocates the points to the applicants registered in express entry system, based on their profile details, i.e. age, work experience, qualification, etc. The minimum points required to qualify are 67. However, to become eligible to receive ITA (invitation to apply) for PR visa, the total CRS point requirement as per the latest draw of express entry is 488 points. The CRS point requirement in last few draws has been around 480 points only.

Australia

Australia too has a point based system of immigration. It reviews the submitted EOIs of applicants based on their work experience, age, skills, education, language proficiency, etc. factors. The minimum points required to qualify are 60 points. The higher point scores than this, increases your chances of getting selected for visa in Australia. However, the point requirement in South Australia is slightly higher for IT occupations, i.e. 70 points as per the latest South Australia State Nomination Occupation List.

New Zealand

New Zealand also employs the point based system immigration system to allow skilled migrants in the country for PR visa. It allocates points to the profile factors (i.e. age, work experience, language ability, qualification, etc.) of the applicants. The minimum points a Skill Migrant Category (SMC) visa applicant need to find the entry in the pool of candidates is 100 points. Higher points score will obviously boost your chances of getting selected for residence visa in New Zealand.

How to find crucial support & assistance to follow point based system and apply for the overseas visa?

If you are determined to get PR in any of the above countries in the year 2016, you can get in touch with Visas Avenue immigration to discuss your immigration plan and start the proceedings.

Visas Avenue is the leading immigration advisory company in India that has the expertise in the point-based immigration system of Australia, Canada, and New Zealand.

You may call the experts at Visas Avenue on contact nos. 011-48447777 (Delhi), 080-46668222 (Bangalore), or 040-42467777 (Hyderabad). Apart from this, you may drop a mail to our email id- info@visasavenue.com.

Disclaimer: Visas Avenue does not deal in any type of job or job assistance services. Visas Avenue is not a job recruitment agent or job service provider. Visas Avenue does not offer consultancy on / overseas jobs/work permits/international or domestic placements.


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What is a Point Based Immigration System? How one can apply for a foreign visa through point based system?

by By Rajneesh Kumar


Posted on June 3, 2016


Point Based Immigration System

 

When you are planning to move to a new country, you must have heard someone saying that you need to follow a point based immigration system.

Also, you must have read online as to how a few countries allow the immigrants through a point based system of immigration.

So, what exactly this point based immigration system is? If you also have this question read below to find the answer.

What is a Point Based System of Immigration?

Today, many countries have got a point based system of immigration, i.e. Australia, Canada, New Zealand, etc.

In a point based system a country chooses skilled workers to live and work in their country, based on their profile score.

A profile score is obtained by allocating points to each profile factor, such as, qualification, age, working experience, language proficiency level, etc.

How it works?

A Point based system of immigration is a stepwise process:

  • Create/Register your profile on the online system of the country you are applying for visa.
  • Submit an EOI (Expression of Interest) mentioning all your key profile details, i.e. age, education, etc.
  • You will get points for your each profile factor, i.e. qualification, age, work experience, language proficiency, etc., the total point earned for each factor makes your cumulative profile score.
  • Get an ITA– If your point score is high enough to impress the authorities, you will get an ITA (Invitation to apply) for desired visa.
  • You get a definite time frame to submit your application for visa, i.e. usually 60 days.
  • Apply for visa attaching all essential documents along with health and character certifications.

What are the key documents you need to apply in a point based immigration system.

The list of documents needed to apply is as follows:

  • Language Proficiency Test (i.e. IELTS for English) with appropriate score in all three abilities, i.e. listening, reading, and speaking. This is one document that is required by the immigration process of the most countries.
  • ECA (Educational Credential Assessment) is done to verify your original documents, i.e. degree, diploma, certificates, etc. It has to be done by a recognized authority, i.e. WES (World Education Services). Canada asks for ECA report to apply in its online point based system.
  • Skill Assessment: Skill assessment is done to confirm whether you possess the skills for the occupation you have chosen to apply for a visa. It has to be done by an assessing authority that is recognized in that particular country. Australia usually asks for skill assessment report.

Hope you have got an answer to most of your questions now. However, if you are wondering where to get support from to apply, here is how you can get assistance to apply in point based system.

How to apply in a point-based system of Immigration?

As confirmed earlier, most of the countries today have point based system to allow immigrant in their country. If you are not familiar with online terms or complex immigrant guidelines it is suggested that you take services from a reliable and registered immigration consultant.

To get further details about the point based immigration system in different countries, you can call the immigration expert at Visas Avenue Immigration on contact nos. 011-48447777 (Delhi) or 080-46668222 (Bangalore). Alternatively, you can also send your queries to the email id- info@visasavenue.com.

You may also visit the website, i.e. Visas Avenue for inclusive information, updates, articles, blogs, and posts about the immigration system of different countries in the world. Visas Avenue immigration is a premier Immigration Consultancy service in India, specialized in Canada and Australia immigration.

Disclaimer: Visas Avenue does not deal in any type of job or job assistance services. Visas Avenue is not a job recruitment agent or job service provider. Visas Avenue does not offer consultancy on / overseas jobs/work permits/international or domestic placements.


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