Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ)

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CA ANZ offers Skills Assessments for accounting occupations in Australia.

Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ) is an approved assessing body for accounting occupations. It represents 131,673 financial professionals, offering skills assessments for migration purposes in compliance with many visa subclasses and streams.

Accounting occupations

CA ANZ performs skills assessments for various accounting occupations, including:

  1. Accountant (General) – ANZSCO 221111
  2. Management Accountant – ANZSCO 221112
  3. Taxation Accountant – ANZSCO 221113
  4. Corporate Treasurer - ANZSCO 221212
  5. External Auditor – ANZSCO 221213
  6. Finance Manager – ANZSCO 132211

ANZSCO outlines skill levels, qualifications, and experience required for these roles, and occupation definitions are available on the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

Accounting Skills Assessment

  1. Provisional Skills Assessment: Intended for recent graduates of Australian Education Institutions applying for a Temporary Graduate Visa (subclass 485) - graduate work stream.
  2. Full (Permanent) Skills Assessment: Required for General Skilled Migration (GSM), Temporary Skill Shortage, and Employer Sponsored visas.
  3. Skilled Employment Assessment: Optional, available if you hold a suitable full (permanent) qualification assessment outcome under the same nominated occupation from CA ANZ.
  4. Skills Assessment Opportunities for Migrants: Part of the Australian Government's Skills Assessment Pilots, offering a free and fast-tracked skills assessment for migrants in Australia on eligible visa subclasses, enhancing employment options in high-demand occupations. (Note: This pilot is not for migration or visa purposes.)

Important Information

  1. Personal Visa Requirements: Prior to submitting your skills assessment application to CA ANZ, it is crucial to comprehend the specific details of your visa requirements outlined by the Department of Home Affairs. If needed, consider seeking assistance from a registered migration agent (MARA) for your visa application.
  2. CA ANZ Assistance: CA ANZ does not offer detailed information on migration or visa requirements. For inquiries regarding visas, points tables, and migration criteria, kindly reach out to the Australian Government, Department of Home Affairs.

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