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Old 04-04-2010, 06:28 PM
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Skilled worker immigration

Hi all,

I'll apply for skilled worker immigration program. I took the IELTS exam in Jan. 2010 and got 6.5 overall, but one of the sections is 5.5. Due to the calculation criterias on some agencies' websites I need to have at least 6 points at each section of IELTS. If I had 6 points my score would be enough for applying skilled worker immig. program.. Does anyone know about the IELTS point limitations for this program?

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Old 04-06-2010, 01:24 PM
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Dear Shokul;

IELTS score must be commensurate with the visa application category.Anyways 6/each is the requirement for trade occuptaion and the base line.For professionals the requiremnet is high enough like 7/each and in some case 8/each is required.

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Hassan Warraich


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Old 04-06-2010, 01:32 PM
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Thanks Hassan,

But I saw it a bit different; 5 is for trade and gives you 15 points. But if you apply as other professional it says 25 points for at least 7 of each section, and 15 points if at least 6 of each section.

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Dear Shokul;

IELTS score must be commensurate with the visa application category.Anyways 6/each is the requirement for trade occuptaion and the base line.For professionals the requiremnet is high enough like 7/each and in some case 8/each is required.

Thanks.

Hassan Warraich


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Old 04-07-2010, 07:47 AM
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Dear Shokul;

The information/requirement for IELTS you are qouting is outdated,DIAC has changed the requirement.

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Hassan


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