Frequently Asked Questions - Migration Skills Assessment
Can I lodge my application for assessment via E-mail or Fax?
Do I need to complete the IELTS test?
How do I know whether I need to pay a GST inclusive assessment fee or not?
How long is my IELTS valid for?
How long is the assessment letter valid for migration purposes?
How will I be notified of the outcome of my application?
I am applying for migration to or permanent residency in Australia and need to have my engineering qualifications assessed. What do I need to do?
I have an accredited qualification, but I would rather be assessed in a different discipline than the one on my degree. What can I do?
I have an Australian postgraduate engineering degree, but my undergraduate degree is from overseas. Can I use my postgraduate degree from Australia as the basis for my qualification assessment application?
I have gained a successful Migration Skills Assessment (MSA) outcome. How do I become a Member of Engineers Australia?
I have limited engineering experience. Can I still apply for an assessment of my qualifications?
I have not received an Engineers Australia ID (EA ID)?
I have obtained permanent residency in Australia and now wish to become a member of Engineers Australia. What do I need to do?
If I am a member of Engineers Australia and I require a letter for migration purposes, what should I do?
If I have an accredited Australian undergraduate qualification how can I apply for a skills assessment?
If I have lost or not received a letter of recognition from Engineers Australia and require a letter for migration purposes, what should I do?
What if I have further questions?
What is a Statutory Declaration and how can I get one?
What is the Dublin Accord and am I eligible to apply under the Dublin Accords Qualifications Pathway?
What is the Sydney Accord and am I eligible to apply for an assessment of my qualifications under this agreement?
What is the Washington Accord and am I eligible to apply for an assessment of my qualifications under this agreement?
Will you accept the TOEFL, or the Pearsons Test of English (PTE) in lieu of the IELTS