Skilled Migration Eligibility Assessment

Our Skilled Migration Eligibility Assessment features: 

  • Calculation of your points for skilled migration (EOI/SkillSelect, State/Territory Nominated etc)
  • Brief advice on how to boost your points
  • Brief advice on prospects of sponsored migration*
  • Brief advice on sponsored employment prospects in your chosen industry/sector
  • Potential invitation to be a part of Temporary Sponsored Work Scheme**
  • Up to date and timely advice under current migration law and industrial/employment trends
All assessments completed by experienced migration professionals registered in Australia.

* We closely monitor Department of Education and Training and Department of Employment (maintainers of skilled occupation lists) for flagged occupations to be entered on to and take off the respective occupation lists in the various skilled migration programs.

** We partner with Sponsor Connect online recruitment who provide information on opportunities for short, temporary, long term and permanent sponsored employment.

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We provide written advice of our assessment. This can be used to commence applications or to be used for your longer term skilled migration planning and preparation.

 

Assessment in 3 Easy Steps

  1. Order the assessment below. Simply click on the purchase link below to order your assessment.

  2. Once payment is confirmed, we will send client questionnaire for you to complete.

  3. We process your information then send completed eligibility assessment report.

 

As an additional BONUS we will enter your resume and details into Sponsor-Connect’s online database to be searchable by employers for long and short term sponsored work. 





We have a rapid turnaround on assessments.

 

Here is what a couple of satisfied customers have to say.

  • Paul and the team were completely professional from start to finish. The advice given was easy to follow and spot on! I would not have known I that I was eligible for state sponsorship, and so the timely and valuable advice meant I got an invitation to apply soon after lodging my EOI.–Thomas, UK, Diesel Mechanic, 190 Visa Recipient

  • I found the process of understanding migration to Australia very confusing. A friend of mine had dealt with Paul and the team at VISAFAQ and suggested I seek their assistance. Following a brief assessment, I was told I could not expect skilled independent or state nominated visa. I was informed that I was eligible for sponsored migration in my area of expertise as horticulturalist, especially in Western Australia. I found a potential employer sponsor, but a 457 or 187 visa was high risk for him. VISAFAQ arranged short term visa arrangement for trial, and the employer decided to sponsor me for 187 direct entry. Thank you VISAFAQ!–Edward, Namibia, horticulturalist, 187 Visa Recipient

  • I first contracted Paul and VISAFAQ team to handle my EOI for SkillSelect. They chose the most appropriate pathway, visa category and did all the rest. I asked the team to manage my skills assessment, visa applications and all other affairs for my myself and my family to relocate to Australia. It was seamless and hassle free. My wholehearted endorsement goes to Paul and the team at VISAFAQ.–Pieter, Norway, Oil and Gas Industry Consultant

 

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About the Author:

Paul Sadler is a prominent Sydney based migration law expert. Paul possesses wide ranging experience across a number of visa categories with specialisation in employer sponsored, business skills and complex migration. Paul is highly accomplished in such complex migration cases as waiver requests, responses to notice of intention to consider cancellation, visa cancellation revocation requests, application for release from immigration detention and PIC 4020 appeals, both at Departmental level and the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT). Paul is also fluent in Mandarin and Indonesian. MARN 1382089.
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