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How Can International Students Inch Closer to PR in Australia?

by Arpita Shah Seo Executive

Australia is one of the best places to live in with numerous privileges. Residents enjoy a high standard of living, modern lifestyle, strong employment opportunities and peaceful environment. It is also the melting pot of cultures as people from different regions come and settle in the cities acquiring the permanent residency.

Are you eyeing for a Permanent Residency in Australia?

If yes, you’re not alone aspiring to settle in the country after completion of higher education. The competition is high as thousands of aspirants apply for Expression of Interest (EOI) to Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) for consideration. The possibility of acquiring PR in Australia for international students increases possessing qualification and migration points as stated in the guidelines. Thus, you should pursue courses that are in high demand or the professions listed in the STSOL and MLTSSL by the states to get closer to your Australian dreams.

You need at least 60 migration points to be eligible to apply for EOI to DIBP. Here are the top factors based on which DIBP gives migration points to candidates:

  • Highest qualification of applicants
  • Work experience in the relevant field
  • Strong English proficiency skills
  • Partner’s skills
  • Meet regional study requirement
  • NAATI certificate from an approved provider
  • Certificate in Professional Year program

As stated above, NAATI certified students get migration points supporting permanent residency in Australia. Besides, studying the NAATI courses in Australia help students to get a job in the interpreting and translating industry after completion. The students are trained to develop professional interpreting skills during the rigorous practices in the classroom. The training modules are set by the industry professionals helping candidates to prepare for their jobs with relevant expertise. Best of all, the graduates get five migration points after completion of the NAATI courses from Community Credentialed Language (CCL).

The pathway to permanent residency is never easy. You need to prove your eligibilities with suitable qualification and experience. The Nepalese migration agents can guide and outline a path to improve your chance for PR.  

Do you want to know more about the PR pathways? Consult with one of AECC Global experts for a dedicated assistance today.


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