Skilled Migration Assessments

 


The AIQS is nominated by the Minister for Immigration and Border Protection as the relevant assessing authority for the occupation of Quantity Surveying ANZSCO 233213 only.  If you wish to apply for a Skilled Migration Assessment, please review the information provided here when preparing your application.  

Skilled Migration Assessments are assessed under one of three separate pathways dependent upon where you gained your academic qualifications.  To determine which pathway applies to you, please review our Skilled Migration Assessment Policy by clicking on the below link:
Skilled Migration Assessment Policy

When applying for Skilled Migration Assessment, a number documents is required to be submitted with your application.  A Check List of required documents to be submitted with your application is included in the Skilled Migration Assessment Application Form.  Please download the Skilled Migration Assessment Application Form by clicking on the below link:
Skilled Migration Assessment Application Form

Please note that the following fees will be applicable from 1 January 2014:

Assessment Specification

Applicants

Living In Australia

Applicants

Living Overseas

Non AIQS Member Assessment Fee

AUD$715.00 (incl GST)

AUD$650.00 (GST free)

Student AIQS Member Assessment Fee

AUD$715.00 (incl GST)

AUD$650.00 (GST free)

AIQS Member Assessment Fee

AUD$247.50 (incl GST)

AUD$225.00 (GST free)

Re-Assessment Fee (only applicable within two years of the date of the original assessment)

AUD$247.50 (incl GST)

AUD$225.00 (GST free)

Appeal Fee

AUD$440.00 (incl GST)

AUD$400.00 (GST free)

To review some of the most frequently asked questions we receive in regard to Skilled Migration Assessment, please click on the below link:

Frequently Asked Questions

As an assessing authority, we are unable to provide migration advice and we do not allocate points.  It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure they understand the requirements of the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) for the visa they wish to apply for.  For further information regarding migration and visa applications, please refer to the Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) website by clicking on the below link:
Dept of Immigration - General Skilled Migration Points Test

If you have received a Skilled Migration Assessment and object to the findings, you may lodge an Appeal within three (3) calendar months from the date of the assessment.  To download the Skilled Migration Assessment Appeal Request Form, please click on the below link:
Skilled Migration Assessment Appeal Request Application Form

To submit application or for further queries not already addressed in the information provided above, please contact skilledmigration@aiqs.com.au.

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