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Hi All,

I intend to apply to South Australia (high points) under the occupation of marketing specialist (225113). I may end up getting 80 points. However, this occupation now requires 85 points.

My wife is a structural engineer (233214). If she gets the required "competent English" score, will I get 5 points from her?

The confusion is this: marketing specialist (225113) is on the STSOL list whereas structural engineer (233214) is on the MLTSOL list. One of the criteria for partner points is that both should be on the same list. If this is true, i have hit a dead end.

The ray of hope was when someone told me that if both occupations are on the South Australia list, the criteria is fulfilled. I checked and both occupations are on the supplementary skilled list for South Australia. However, theese two views sort of contradict each other.

Which one among the above two is true? I am finding it a little difficult to comprehend the sentence "My partner can pass skills assessment in an occupation on the applicable Skilled Occupations List for my subclass" which is the root of all this confusion. Kindly help.
 

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Hi All,

I intend to apply to South Australia (high points) under the occupation of marketing specialist (225113). I may end up getting 80 points. However, this occupation now requires 85 points.

My wife is a structural engineer (233214). If she gets the required "competent English" score, will I get 5 points from her?

The confusion is this: marketing specialist (225113) is on the STSOL list whereas structural engineer (233214) is on the MLTSOL list. One of the criteria for partner points is that both should be on the same list. If this is true, i have hit a dead end.

The ray of hope was when someone told me that if both occupations are on the South Australia list, the criteria is fulfilled. I checked and both occupations are on the supplementary skilled list for South Australia. However, theese two views sort of contradict each other.

Which one among the above two is true? I am finding it a little difficult to comprehend the sentence "My partner can pass skills assessment in an occupation on the applicable Skilled Occupations List for my subclass" which is the root of all this confusion. Kindly help.
Would do me a great deal of good if someone can advise on the above problem I am facing.
 
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