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AUSFIS is not affiliated with the Australian government. Our assessment service determines how many points you have along with recommending the type of visa and employment classification to apply for in the Australian General Skilled Visa program.
AUSFIS is not job agency center. Occasionally, we send our customers updates about finding jobs in Australia and the overall economy, but this is strictly informational.
AUSFIS cannot guarantee a visa to work in Australia. Eligibility of receiving a skilled worker visa is based upon a points system. Our service determines how many points you have and whether to apply for a state-sponsored migrant visa or an independent migrant visa. Only the Australian government can grant visa.
After receiving our personal assessment analysis stating which visa to apply for as well as how many points you have towards this visa, then you can submit an application to the program itself. The Australian government is the only authority who determines the time of granting a visa to a person.
You will only pay a one time service fee for our assessment analysis. Afterwards, you can apply for the Australian General Skilled Visa program itself. Please note there are separate governmental fees to pay for processing their forms. This has nothing to do with AUSFIS.
Going it alone without knowing what visa and employment classification to apply for in the Australian General Skilled Visa program is a risky thing. The governmental form fees alone can cost up to $2800 Australian dollars. This is why using AUSFIS can save you time and money. Before applying for the program, AUSFIS can tell you how many points you have along with what visa and employment classification to put in the application.
One can always visit the Australian government website to learn more about the authenticity of the skilled workers visa at www.immi.gov.au/allforms/booklets/books6.htm.
Skilled worker visas are determined by a points system. The points are given according to your age, work experience, education and English level – every point counts! In addition, you must have a profession that is need in Australia and listed on the official SOL (Skilled Occupation List). Our legal team is aware of the 2,000 pages of information on these visas in order to find the most suitable visa for you. This also includes going through the lists of 6 different Australian states, 2 territories as well as 36 assessing authorities to see where your skills are needed most.