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The Australian government eased requirements for submitting skills assessments for the General Skilled Migration visa.
Additional Information: Applicants are reminded that skills assessments must be completed by a recognized authority relevant to their intended occupation. More information regarding skills assessments is available here.
BAL Analysis: The Australian government eased the skills assessments requirements to increase flexibility during the applications process. The new policy allows applicants to complete their skills assessment after receiving an invitation, giving them additional time to complete their GSM visa application.
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