Increase of 85 Points has been announced under High Points Category for Immigration South Australia.
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In the recent announcement from the front of Immigration department of South Australia, an imminent increase in the High Points sector of 85 points have been brought out by the authorities of the department. Moreover there have been updates processed under occupation lists as well. The premium increasing attractions of prospective immigrants towards South Australia has been a direct result of High Points category for a long time now. As of now the news being circulated by the officials of South Australian Immigration department is that this High Points section will go up by 85 points effective from 1st February 2018. Prospective candidates with the score of 85 points or more, which is inclusive of State Nomination Points, will be easily gain acceptance under Supplementary Skilled List (SSL) as well as the occupations categorised under Special Conditions Apply section of the State Nomination Occupation List. They will be able to pass along these lists as long as they pass the eligibility criteria listed to qualify under State Nomination of South Australia. The nomination of High Points section is also listed under quota scheme as well which helps to get nominated for certain added occupations if the preferred quota has been met with.

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