Have you heard of SOL (Skilled Occupation List) and CSOL (Consolidated Sponsored Occupation List)? What’s the difference between SOL and CSOL for Australia
These two groups are the basic requirements for people interested in achieving an Australian Permanent Residency (PR) via the General Skilled Migration (GSM) program. In the form of a set list of jobs that are needed by the Australian government.
You will apply for an Australia visa under SOL for the following individual:
SOL (Skilled Occupation List)
- For those who have experience in a trade or occupation listed on the SOL list and want to work in Australia. They are people who are looking for a visa, without company or government sponsorship from Australia,
- For those who have completed their studies in Australia, temporary 485 visa graduate and your occupation is listed on the SOL list, and
- For those who possess a family and want to sponsor under the Family Sponsored Points test.
You will apply for an Australia visa under (CSOL) for the following individual:
CSOL (Consolidated Sponsored Occupation List)
- For those who are nominated by a State or Territory Government,
- For those who are sponsored by a company in Australia, under the scheme (ENS)
- For those who make application for temporary work (skilled) 457 visa
- For those who complete a training and research visa application 402
That’s the difference between SOL and CSOL. If you have any other questions about SOL and CSOL, you can send us your comments below or email our consultant at [email protected]
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