SkillSelect Invitations to apply to migrate – 16 December 2013 Round Results

SkillSelect Invitations to apply to migrate – 16 December 2013 Round Results
16 December 2013 Results – Invitation process and cut offs
The automated invitation round data for skill select programme successfully completed on 16 December 2013. With the below information you can understand the nature of selection against the point test criteria set by immigration department of Australia.
Aspire Square is always ahead to give you the detail description of the invitation round of skill select. The table show the total number of invitation issued on 16 December 2013 for visa subclass 189 & 489 are as below:
Skilled – Independent (subclass 189)
Skilled – Regional Provisional (subclass 489)
Total
Number of Invitations
888
35
923
Point Score of Cut Offs
60
60
Visa date of Effect
15/12/2013
09.56 pm
11/12/2013
09.22 am
The highest ranked clients by points score are invited to apply for the relevant visa. For clients who have equal points scores, the time at which they reached their points score for that subclass referred to as the visa date of effect) determines their order of invitation. Expressions of interest with earlier dates of effect are invited before later dates.
If you wish to compare your expression of interest (EOI) against the outcomes of the invitation round, you can check your points score and visa date of effect at any time for all visa subclasses covered by your eoi on the home page of your SkillSelect EOI.

 

During 2013-14 the following numbers of invitations have been issued:

Visa Subclass
Skilled – Independent (subclass 189)
Skilled – Regional Provisional (subclass 489)
Total
JUL
2,300
200
2,500
AUG
2,300
144
2,444
SEP
1,842
80
1,922
OCT
1,900
100
2,000
NOV
1,866
66
1,932
DEC
1,774
72
1,846
Total
11,982
662
12,644

 

The above figures do not include invitations issued for state and territory government nominated visa subclasses. State
and territory governments nominate throughout the month for specific points tested skilled migration and business innovation and investment visas. Separate results for these visa subclasses are provided monthly.
Due to the continuing high numbers of EOIs received for the following six occupations, invitations for these occupations
will be issued on a pro rata basis in each twice monthly invitation round over the remainder of the program year. Please also note that SkillSelect first allocates available places to Skilled – Independent (Subclass 189) visas and then remaining to Skilled – Regional (Subclass 489) (Provisional – Family Sponsored) visas. If all places are taken up by Subclass 189 visas then there will be no invitations issued for Subclass 489 visas:
  • Chemical and Materials Engineers
  • ICT Business and Systems Analysts
  • Electronics Engineers
  • Telecommunications Engineering Professionals
  • Other Engineering Professional
  • Software and Applications Programmers.
The points scores and the visa dates of effect cut-offs for these occupations in the 16 December 2013 invitation round were as follows:
Note: Below points score and visa date of effect is for Skilled Independent (Subclass 189) and no invitations were issued to Skilled – Regional (Subclass 489 (Provisional) – Family Sponsored
Occupation ID
Description
Points Score
Visa date of effect
2331
Chemical and Materials Engineers
65
29/10/2013 2.55 pm
2334
Electronics Engineers
60
10/06/2013 1.35 pm
2339
Other Engineering Professionals
70
1/12/2013 5.39 pm
2611
ICT Business and Systems Analysts
65
20/09/2013 2.25 pm
2613
Software and Applications Programmers
60
12/8/2013 01.16 am
2633
Telecommunications Engineering Professionals
65
10/11/2013 7.50 am
State/Territory Nominations November 2013
Nominations by State and Territory Governments – November 2013
The number of intending migrants who received nominations from State and Territory Governments in November 2013 is shown in the table below:

Nominations by State and Territory Governments – 2013/14 total activity

The number of intending migrants who received nominations from State and Territory Governments from July 2013 to the end of November 2013 is shown in the following table:
Visa Subclass
Skilled – Nominated (subclass 190) visa
Skilled – Regional (Provisional) (subclass 489) visa
Total
ACT
426
0
426
NSW
2,852
362
3,214
NT
57
75
132
QLD
130
21
151
SA
802
203
1,005
TAS
16
17
33
VIC
869
1
870
WA
1,348
135
1,483
Total
6,500
814
7,314
From the given data in above table & graph you can understand the invitation round policy. We at Aspire Square always believe to give the right immigration advice & best services for your migration needs. Australia is always the first choice destination for our people. With best economy & life style you can explore your ability with comfort. With the excellence services Aspire Square also committed to give you the lowest service charge in these industries for your immigration process of Australia.
If you are looking forward for your immigration process for Australia then you need to get the invitations from the department. Now the invitation is the mandatory requirement for lodgement of application to DIAC. For receiving the invitation from the department you need to satisfy the threshold criteria set by the department & apply your data on eoi which is an online system. Eoi is not an application but from this you need to express your interest with your eligibility & point score.
Aspire square with immigration office in Ahmedabad; having the depth knowledge of Australian immigration process can guide you for your migration needs towards Australia. 
Email your resume on mmraval@aspiresquare.com or Call us on +91-9726216161 for more detail.
With Best regards,
Maulik Raval,
QEAC Member – Australia
Aspire Square Career Consultants