Welcome to the Australian General Skilled Migration Self-assessment tool. This free tool will help you determine your potential eligibility for various Australian General Skilled Migration visas, including Subclass 189 Skilled Independent Visa, Subclass 190 Skilled Nominated Visa, and Subclass 491 Skilled Work Regional Visa.

The General Skilled Migration Visas are for skilled individuals or families looking to permanently migrate to Australia to fill Australia’s skill shortages. Visas within the General Skilled Migration program are points-tested and are either independent, State/Territory nominated, or family-sponsored visas. The point system is mainly based on the applicant’s circumstances, such as age (below 45), English ability (Equivalent to IELTS band 6 in each component), qualifications, work experience, and other factors. The minimum points for Australian skills migration is 65 points.

Disclaimer: This self-assessment tool provides general information based on the responses you provide. It does not constitute official immigration advice or guarantee eligibility for any visa subclass. For personalised advice tailored to your specific situation, we recommend contacting our team for further assistance.

Your Age

Your English language skills

Your Educational qualifications

Your overseas skilled employment in the past 10 years – (outside Australia)

Australian skilled employment in the past 10 years – (in Australia)

Do you have a Master's degree by research or a Doctorate degree from an Australian educational institution that included at least 2 academic years study in a relevant field?

Have you been accredited at the paraprofessional level or above, certified at the certified provisional level or above, or have a community language credential for interpreting or translating by the National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters?

Did you complete a professional year in Australia?

Do you have a partner (spouse or de facto partner) who meets the following criteria?

Which visa Subclass are you applying for?

Is your occupation in or highly relevant to any occupation listed on the Skilled Occupation List?

Please refer to the following webpage to find out your occupation: Skilled Occupation List