- We can assist you by providing a skills assessment to prove your skills are suitable for a skilled migration visa
- To get started, you will need to submit an application form to prove your competency and formal education
What is a skills assessment?
If you are applying for a Points Tested Skilled Migration visa, an Employer Sponsored visa or a Temporary Graduate visa (Subclass 485) - Graduate Work Stream, you may need to provide evidence that your skills have been assessed as suitable for your nominated occupation by the relevant assessing authority.
Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand is approved by the Department of Home Affairs to perform skills assessments for applicants who intend to migrate to Australia as an accounting professional.
How it works
We are approved to perform a full (permanent) skills assessment for Points Tested Skilled Migration and employer sponsored visas and a provisional skills assessment for recent graduates of Australian Educational Institutions applying for a Temporary Graduate Visa - Subclass 485 - Graduate Work Stream.
The provisional skills assessment is only for international students who have recently completed an Australian qualification.
Skills Assessment letters are valid for a period of 3 years from the date of issue.
What ANZSCO codes can we assess?
We can assess your qualifications and skills for the following occupations:
- Accountant (General) – ANZSCO 221111
- Management Accountant – ANZSCO 221112
- Taxation Accountant – ANZSCO 221113
- External Auditor – ANZSCO 221213
- Finance Manager – ANZSCO 132211
Submitting an expression of interest
You are strongly advised to contact us to arrange your skills assessment well before you intend to submit your Expression of Interest in SkillSelect.
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