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IML Australia accepting online applications for skill assessment

Posted on July 9, 2020
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General Skilled Migration

Australia’s General Skilled Migration program offers many visa subclasses through which immigration candidates can qualify to work in the country.

Skill assessment is an integral part of the General Skilled Migration program which helps select immigrants with the right qualities to immigrate to Australia. The applicant will not be able to apply for permanent residency in the country without an assessment of the skills.

Under point-based immigration, the applicant must choose an occupation specified in the Occupational Demand List of Australia.

Skill assessment is an integral part of the General Skilled Migration program which helps to choose immigrants with the right qualities to come to Australia. Without a skill assessment, the applicant will not be able to apply for a permanent residency in the country.

Under point-based immigration the immigrant must select an occupation that is listed in Australia’s Occupational Demand List. This list mentions occupations that face a skill shortage in the country. Every occupation in the list has its own skill assessing authority. Trade occupations are assessed by the TRA (Trade Recognition Australia) or the VETASSESS (Vocational Educational and Training Assessment Services) The  Institute of Managers and Leaders (IML), through its entity IML National, is an assessing authority approved by the Department of Home Affairs for assessing immigration candidates who have applied for senior-level managers within Australia and New Zealand.

If applicants have to move to the next stage of the visa application process, they will need to get a positive assessment of their skills from these evaluation authorities.

Applicants must meet the appropriate criteria specified by the assessing authority reviewing their occupation. To obtain a positive assessment, the candidates should have the relevant qualifications and experience.

Institute of Managers and Leaders (IML) assessment

IML accepts Migration Skills Assessments for the following occupations:

  • Chief Executive or Managing Directo
  • Corporate General Manager
  • Sales and Marketing Manager
  • Advertising Manager
  • Public Relations Manager
  • Human Resource Manager
  • Engineering Manager
  • Supply and Distribution Manager
  • Procurement Manager

The IML has recently indicated that it is ready to accept applications for Migration Skills Assessments via its online form.

Requirements when submitting the online form for assessment

Candidates who submit an online form for assessment must submit the following supporting documents with their application:

  • Identification documents such as passport, birth certificate, etc.
  • Organization charts describing reporting relationships in organizations over the past ten years
  • Descriptions of your job positions in the past ten years describing your management responsibilities
  • Statement of employment from your current and previous employers
  • Proof of academic qualifications
  • Proof of employment such as employment contracts, salary slips, etc.

Steps to submit an application for online assessment

Read the assessment criteria for senior-level managers for successful skilled migration to Australia. If you think you meet those criteria, please proceed to the next step.

Complete your application for the Migration Skills Assessment ensuring that you have provided all the personal information and supporting documents needed. Take the time to complete the form in full, because incomplete applications will not be processed.

You must pay a non-refundable application fee when submitting your application.

After this, you must submit your supporting documents.

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