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Skillselect - more points, more chances?

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Old 09-17-2012, 08:10 AM
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Hey guys!

i got my skills positively assessed by ACS in a month's time and now all set to apply for an EOI for Skilled Independent (subclass 189) visa.

While going through the requirements of EOI, a thought came to my mind that whether it increases or decreases your chances of getting an EOI if you score more or less in your points test.

So, is there any such criteria in Skillselect because my score is coming to the exact 60 points? Any experience or info you guys have?


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Hi Cyberslam,

From what the immigration agent told me, it is true that if you have more points, you'll have better chance to be selected with the EOI system.

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so with less points you have no chance or you will get it but with long wait ?

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