1000 invitations were sent out in the October 15 2012 SkillSelect Round. This number does not include invitations sent by State and Territory Government Agencies.
The lowest cut off score was 60 Points, which is the minimum score to be considered. Where applicants tie, the ‘Visa date of effect’, which is the date the person met the requirements of the visa based on the information in their EOI, is used to select invitations.
||Visa date of effect
|Skilled – Independent (subclass 189)
|Skilled – Regional Provisional (subclass 489)
28 August 2012
The first ever SkillSelect invitation round results have now been released by DIAC.
100 invitations were issued by DIAC in the first invitation round. The highest points score achieved was 85, and the lowest points score for independent migration was 75 points.
Continue reading SkillSelect Round 1 Results Released
2 July 2012
The Australian Immigration system for General Skilled Migration has changed to SkillSelect.
SkillSelect commenced on 1 July 2012 and is an invitation system. The system ranks interested applicants by their GSM Points score, and invites the highest ranking applicants to apply for their Australian visas under SkillSelect.
For more information, visit our new website for Skilled Migration: http://umaservices.com/skilledmigration/
15 JUNE 2012
IN EFFECT 1 JULY 2012
The annual review of the Skilled Occupation List has been announced.
The new list will come into effect on 1 July 2012. Four occupations have been added to the list, and four occupations have been removed.
Continue reading Annual review of the Skilled Occupation List and new SkillSelect Pass Mark