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Renew Your Skill Assessment Before It Expires

Publish Date: 17/07/2023

Candidates whose Skills Assessments are about to expire should think about asking for a renewal of their assessment either concurrently with or earlier than applying for a state or territory migration program. The requirements for applications vary by state and territory, and there are occasionally tight deadlines.

If applicants apply for a renewal before waiting for a state or territory to extend an invitation, they will have a better chance of avoiding disappointment.

The Renewal Applications include the following:
  • A reevaluation of the results of your initial successful skills assessment, taking into account new credentials or job, including for the Points Test.
  • Extending the expiration date with or without your new credentials or job.

You must show that your skills fulfill the current requirements for your specified occupation when submitting an application for renewal in order to meet our requirements. The requirements must be verified because they might have changed. We'll compare your credentials to the requirements and see if you've lately held employment in your field of expertise.

Application Fee for Renewal (GST included)
Method of Application Applying Onshore Applying Offshore
Renewal Full Skills Assessment AUD $465.50 AUD $415.00

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