CPA/IPA SKILL ASSESMENT
Is your profession is into accounts, taxation, corporate treasurers, finance manager and are looking to migrate to Australia. Then your relevant skill assessment authority would be CPA. CPA is the authority which will assess your education, experience, and your English proficiency and determine whether your profile is suitable for the process for the migration. This skill assessment authority has to evaluate the qualification of the overseas country to check the competency level. Before applying it is recommend evaluating whether you have relevant education and experience with the ANZSCO code. #CPA also requires the language proficiency report which is the part of assessment. IELTS, PTE, CAE, TOFEL Ibt are the acceptable language proficiency documents.
CPA assessment is done online, where your application reference number and the acknowledgement letter will be auto-generated and will be mailed to your E- Mail.
Along with CPA, IPA is also an approved assessment authority by the government of Australia. It is very important to go through the requirements of the #ANZCO. There are about seven key knowledge areas for these professions such as Auditor, Taxation Account. It is important that your overseas qualification will match the syllabus or the curriculum of the Australian Degree. IPA also accepts the same #IELTS and #PTE as the acceptable language proficiency certificate.
To apply for the skill assessment you must have the nominated occupation. If at all to change the mind to choose a different ANZCO, you should apply again for the reassessment. The documents submitted should prove your competency of your knowledge in key areas. This skill assessment is valid for the period of three years from the date of the skill assessment approval. If you want your process to be withdrawn a nominal fee is collected towards the administration charges. You can also appoint a representative to act on your behalf of you. With this positive assessment, you can process further for your general skilled migration, under the department of Immigration and border protection. The assessment is based on the documents you submit for the processing.
If you were a self-employed, having your own business you must submit Statutory Declaration, with other relevant documents Certificate of Business Registration, Tax returns, and other business documents.