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General skilled migration 技術移民

201271 新技術移民計分系統加分方法 (60pass)

















English language 








Australian work experience in nominated occupation or a closely related occupation

1 (過去10年內)


3 (過去10年內)


5 (過去10年內)


8 (過去10年內)



Overseas work experience in nominated occupation or a closely related occupation

3 (過去10年內)


5 (過去10年內)


8 (過去10年內)


學歷 (澳洲或被認可的海外學歷)


(Australian or recognised overseas)









在澳州念全職專業課程 Recognition of Australian Study




Designated language

 NAATI accreditation



Partner skills




Professional Year




Sponsorship by state or territory government



偏遠地區念書 (176886簽證)

Study in a regional area



州政府或指定區域擔保 (475487簽證)

Designed area sponsorship or nominated by state/territory government




SKILLSELECT- Expressing Interest in Migrating to Australia

If you want to migrate to Australia as a skilled migrant and you have the skills per the SkilledOccupation List you will need to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) in SkillSelect.

You will also be able to express interest in being sponsored by an employer in Australia

What visa programs can I submit an EOI for?

If you are interested in the following visa programs, you will need to submit an EOI and receive an invitation before you can apply for a visa.

*Independent Skilled Migration
*State or Territory Sponsored Skilled Migration
* Family Sponsored Skilled Migration
* Business Skills.

You can also express interest in the following visa programs on your EOI to be selected by an employer.

* Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS)
* Regional Sponsored Scheme (RSMS)
* Temporary Business (Long Stay), subclass 457 program.

You can express interest in a range of skilled migration programs in one EOI.

What’s an EOI?

An EOI is not the same as a visa application, it is an indication that you would like to be considered for a skilled visa.

You need to provide a range of information in your EOI depending on the visa(s)you want to be considered for, such as:

* basic personal information
* nominated occupation
* work experience
* study and education
* level of English skills
* details of a Skills Assessment, related to your nominated occupation
* business and investment experience.

For the points based skilled migration programs, such as the independent skilled program, you will be ranked according to the appropriate points test.  You will be able to submit an EOI even if you do not meet the pass mark; however, you will not be invited to apply for visa.

What do I need to do before submitting my EOI?

While you don’t need to submit documents supporting your claims when you submit your EOI, you must have a range of information prepared.

For example, for an independent skilled visa you must have:
* completed a skills assessment and/or a job ready program
* taken an English-language test to prove you meet the English language requirement.

Following an initial appraisal by My-Care of your visa eligibility we will lodge an Expression of Interest (EOI) on your behalf via the Department of Immigration & Citizenship (DIAC) website.  There are many things to consider before you lodge an EOI but our experience and knowledge can ensure that you maximise your potential to receive an invitation to apply for a visa. The following questions can include (but not limited too):

  • Which state or territory do you wish to reside
  • Can you satisfy nomination criteria (each state & territory is different)
  • Is your nominated occupation on the state or territory government skills list
  • Is your nominated occupation on the Skilled or Consolidated Skilled Occupations List
  • Do you have the potential to pass the points test
  • Will your skills & qualifications be recognised by the relevant assessing authority
  • Will you need to pass an IELTS test
  • Do you have relevant & recent work experience in your nominated occupation
  • Can you provide verifiable evidence of my employment or business history 
  • Will your business turnover or investment record meet the minimum threshold criteria 
  • Are there any health & character issues which could lead to refusal of my application
  • Have you got sufficient personal and/or business funds to transfer to Australia

The above listed factors are elementary and form part of your visa plans to ensure that your chosen a viable and workable visa pathway.  All visa requirements should be met before considering to lodge and EOI. 

Also noteworthy to mention, if invited to apply for a visa, the information you submit in your EOI will be used as part of your migration application. You will be required to confirm your claims and submit evidence at the time you apply. The information you supply in your EOI must be accurate and correct. If the information you supply in your EOI is not correct, there can be adverse consequences for your visa application.

How do I submit an EOI?

If you have researched your visa options and prepared the information required, you are ready to submit an EOI.  Thames Migration can prepare, lodge and manage an Expression of Interest (EOI) on your behalf via the Department of Immigration & Citizenship (DIAC) website. 

What happens after I submit my EOI?

When you complete your EOI the system will give you a points score and results based on your claims.

Your result and points score, along with your time of submission becomes your ranking for some visas.  The ranking process will be an objective and automatic process with no involvement of the department’s staff.

You can update your EOI at any time, if the information you update changes your points score, SkillSelect will automatically update your ranking.

How do I get selected?

Depending on what type of visa(s) you want to be considered for, you may receive an invitation to lodge a visa application, or an Australian employer may contact you to discuss a job opportunity.

What happens when I'm selected?

You will receive an invitation from SkillSelect. You will then have 60 days to make a valid visa application online, before the invitation expires.

What happens if I'm not selected?

Many more people want to migrate to Australia than there are places available. This means not everyone who submits an EOI will receive an invitation to apply for a visa.

Your EOI will stay in SkillSelect for two years from the date you lodge. At any time during the validity of your EOI, you may update your details to reflect any additional qualifications or experience you may have obtained. This may increase your ability to be selected.

After each invitation round for the independent and family sponsored visas, the department will publish on this website the lowest scoring points test mark that allowed an EOI to be invited for each occupation group. This will give you an indication of your potential for receiving an invitation in future rounds.

You do not have to complete an online assessment for us to talk to you. We welcome your call and provide a highly personalised service from beginning to end. We work on all types of Australian visas and we can provide help at any stage of your application. We offer competitive prices and provide you with a clear and simple quotation. You will be given a fixed cost quote with no hidden fees or charges.
As per the Migration Agent Registration Authority, Code of Conduct - We will NOT offer a contract agreement to act on behalf of a client based if an application under the Migration Act or the Migration Regulations is vexatious or grossly unfounded (for example, an application that has no hope of success) a registered migration agent must not encourage the client to lodge the application.


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