Look no further than Emigrate-to-Australia, the dedicated migration division of Taylor Hampton Solicitors. Head of Department, Greg Veal, is a leading expert in Australian migration and has been making waves in the media with interviews on BBC Radio 3 and LBC Radio, as well as a talk at the annual Down Under Live exhibition in Birmingham. Down Under happens in March every year and is always well attended.
At the exhibition, Greg discussed the Points Based system, the EOI Expression of Interest System, and the various types of sponsorship available for those looking to start a new life Down Under. Australia is a popular destination with a healthy outdoor lifestyle and many opportunities for work and activities. Greg has been helping UK citizens to migrate for a number of years from UK to Australia. Greg comments: “At this time of year, many people have had enough of English weather and are looking to warmer and more reliable climates for their habitat.”
At the exhibition Greg’s presentation explained the system in some detail. It can be complicated, however. The Points Based System is a critical aspect of the Australian migration process. It’s a system that is designed to evaluate and score candidates based on a set of criteria. The system assesses factors such as age, work experience, qualifications, language proficiency, and other criteria to determine whether an individual is eligible to apply for a visa.
Under the Points Based System, a candidate must score a minimum number of points to be eligible to apply for an Australian visa. The number of points required varies depending on the type of visa being applied for. For example, a skilled independent visa will require generally more points than a regional or state sponsored one.
The Points Based System is a highly competitive process, and candidates must ensure that they meet all the necessary criteria to score enough points. Some of the key factors that can increase a candidate’s score include having a high level of English language proficiency, relevant work experience, and qualifications that are in demand in Australia.
Another critical aspect of the Points Based System is the Expression of Interest (EOI) process. This process involves candidates submitting an EOI to the Australian government indicating their interest in migrating to Australia. Candidates must provide information on their skills, work experience, and qualifications, and they will be assigned a points score based on this information.
Once the EOI is submitted, candidates may be invited to apply for a visa if they meet the necessary criteria. The EOI system is designed to ensure that only the most highly skilled and qualified candidates are invited to apply for a visa, making the Australian migration system highly competitive.
Overall, the Points Based System is an essential aspect of the Australian migration process. Candidates must ensure that they meet all the necessary criteria and have a high enough score to be eligible to apply for a visa. If you’re considering migrating to Australia, it’s critical to understand the Points Based System and how it works.
This means hiring a MARA registered agent or law firm with many years’ experience of handling and processing cases. If you have an account manager with this expertise, literally someone who is cogniscent with processing many cases over a period of time, they will have encountered every eventuality.
If you’re interested in learning more about migrating to Australia, visit the Emigrate-to-Australia website or contact Greg at 0207 427 5975 or Greg.Veal@taylorhampton.co.uk. Evellyn Geemon is also available to assist at 02074275293. Don’t miss out on this life-changing opportunity!