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According to Iscah`s knowledge, the invite mark will invite by 5 points when the new partner points will commence in November 2019. Because neither all applicants have skill partner and nor all applicants are single so most of occupations' invite mark will increase by 5 points based on new changes.

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Hi All,

My job experience points are recently updated and that changes the EOI DOE.

189 - 75 points
190 - 80 points (with SS)

So, the points will be considered as per the current date? When can i expect an invite?

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My job experience points are recently updated and that changes the EOI DOE.

189 - 75 points
190 - 80 points (with SS)

So, the points will be considered as per the current date? When can i expect an invite?
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If the existing EOI is old, withdraw it and file a new EOI so that you get full 2 years validity

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EOI created in march and last updated in may are considered old or new? How much validity would they have?


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There still a slight chance? Not everyone will +10 points, there are a part of people will +5 points, so there is still chance

10 points Ė if you are single
10 points Ė if you have a partner who is an Australian citizen or Permanent resident
10 points Ė if partner has an acceptable skills assessment and competent english
05 points Ė if your partner has competent english (IELTS 6,6,6,6 or equivalent)
00 points Ė any other case
Yes not everyone is eligible for 10 extra points. Here is ISCAH's experience.

Currently 66% of points test applications have a partner included and 34% are single people. So going forward approximately one third of all EOIs (the single applicants) will gain 10 extra points on 16/11/2019.

The other two thirds of all EOIs* (those people with a partner)*will gain either 0, 5 or 10 points depending on the skills and english language ability of their partner. To break this down only 10% of those applicants with a partner are currently claiming partner points (ie they have an acceptable skills assessment). The other 90% of those with a partner will have to hope their partners english is at least competent (IELTS 6,6,6,6 or equivalent) to get 5 points. Currently only 12% (of all application) declare partner english skills at this level in their visa applications. Although presumably some could do better if they had to, and we have assumed this will happen.
(In the past DHA required the partnerís occupation to be on the same list as the primary applicant to claim partner points. Until we see*something different we will have to assume that is the same rule in November 2019)
So in summary from 16/11/2019 we believe that on an*existing EOI score on 16/11/2019
34%* *will gain 10 points from being single or having an aussie partner
06%* *will gain 10 points from a partner with skills assessment and competent english
20%* *will gain 5 points from having a partner with competent english
40%* *will gain 0 points
The effect of this is if you are competing in an occupation where the invitations are being given at 80 points AFTER 16/11/2019, and your partner has no skills assessment and poor english you are going to struggle. This is because if you only get 80 points, you will be ranked at the BOTTOM of all the 80 point EOIs. So you are going to need 85 points for an invitation. That is going to be hard when you canít claim any partner points at all !


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Yes not everyone is eligible for 10 extra points. Here is ISCAH's experience.

Currently 66% of points test applications have a partner included and 34% are single people. So going forward approximately one third of all EOIs (the single applicants) will gain 10 extra points on 16/11/2019.

The other two thirds of all EOIs* (those people with a partner)*will gain either 0, 5 or 10 points depending on the skills and english language ability of their partner. To break this down only 10% of those applicants with a partner are currently claiming partner points (ie they have an acceptable skills assessment). The other 90% of those with a partner will have to hope their partners english is at least competent (IELTS 6,6,6,6 or equivalent) to get 5 points. Currently only 12% (of all application) declare partner english skills at this level in their visa applications. Although presumably some could do better if they had to, and we have assumed this will happen.
(In the past DHA required the partnerís occupation to be on the same list as the primary applicant to claim partner points. Until we see*something different we will have to assume that is the same rule in November 2019)
So in summary from 16/11/2019 we believe that on an*existing EOI score on 16/11/2019
34%* *will gain 10 points from being single or having an aussie partner
06%* *will gain 10 points from a partner with skills assessment and competent english
20%* *will gain 5 points from having a partner with competent english
40%* *will gain 0 points
The effect of this is if you are competing in an occupation where the invitations are being given at 80 points AFTER 16/11/2019, and your partner has no skills assessment and poor english you are going to struggle. This is because if you only get 80 points, you will be ranked at the BOTTOM of all the 80 point EOIs. So you are going to need 85 points for an invitation. That is going to be hard when you canít claim any partner points at all !


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So are u saying from Nov cutoff will be 85 for all the occupations or just the Pro rate ones ?


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