15 Mar 2010 1:08 AM
I just had a message from a migration website and I no longer have enough points to qualify :-( So all occupations in demand have been removed from the MODL and I'd only qualify now if I went regional or state sponsored.
Anyone have any insight on this, has immigration been too high and they're cutting back? What's going on, I'm really disappointed. I wasn't planning on applying until next year but now I'm worried I won't get at all especially being in the highest age range too. I'd be a single applicant and an accountant so no chance of extra points.
Is 'regional' always inland? If Dunsborough, Margaret River, Esperance etc were classed as regional that would be ok, though I'd prefer to migrate with no limitations.
15 Mar 2010 10:09 PM
|Hi , yes regional would include Dunsborough margaret river etc. Usually regional post codes include 6200 and above (southwest). Check out immi.gov as they give a list of regional post codes.
all the best|
19 Mar 2010 1:36 AM
|If you are an accountant you are still on the CSL provided you have a IELTS test score of 7 in each of the four competencies, and/or has completed The Professional Year |