NAATI (National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters) is a certification and license for migrants willing to work as either translators or interpreters in Australia. So, if applying for Australia Skilled Migration Programs as a translator to work and live permanently then NAATI is very important for you.
To claim an additional 5 points, NAATI is essential for Australian Immigrations as a permanent resident. In fact, there are three different ways which show the importance of NAATI Australia which are listed below:
- Although a skills assessment which is required for applicants applying under General Skill Migration Programs also called as Australia Skilled Independent Visa Subclass 189, Australia State Sponsored Visa Subclass 190 and Australia Skilled Regional Subclass 489)
- By claiming score for certain reservation obtained overseas, or for skilled employment as a translator or interpreter that might be used towards a score-based migration visa.
- By claiming scores for Credential Community Language (CCL) points.
Australia follows a score-based visa and immigration system to invite potential skilled migrants for (PR) permanent residency. There are three visa categories- namely visa 189, visa 190 and visa 489. To apply under any of these three categories, you require at least 65 immigration points out of 100 on the Australia Point Assessment grid for the factors which are age, educational requirement, work experience, language capability, and adaptability factors.
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Thus, the higher are your immigration score, the better are your chances of receiving Australia permanent residency (PR).
With NAATI, you may claim extra 5 points under Credential Community Language points. Thus, NAATI is not a profession but a certification that states you are eligible to work as a translator or interpreter in Australia.
To know more in this regard, you may connect with the Nepali NAATI CCL as well as visa and immigration experts of Aptech Global by filling the Australian Immigration Assessment Form. One of the experts will contact you soon to discuss the Australia permanent residency (PR) query.
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