Fast track your assessment

    Have your application assigned to an assessor within 20 working days!

    Why use Fast Track?

    Migration Skills Assessment (MSA) applications can take a long time to process. However, you can fast track your application and have it assigned to an assessor for processing within 20 working days.

    How do I fast track my MSA application?

    Simply select 'Fast Track' when completing your application online.

    Already have an existing MSA application that you want to fast track?

    Use our online form

    * Check the Assessment fees page for up-to-date pricing information.
     

    Current turnaround time for standard MSA applications

    • Non-accredited qualifications: 9 weeks before the application is assigned to a case officer.
    • Accredited Australian and Accord qualifications: 7 weeks before application is assigned to a case officer.

    Remember, you can reduce this turnaround time and have your application assigned to a case officer in 20 working days with the fast track service.

    Please be aware of the following:

    • Exact waiting times can vary depending on the number of incoming applications.
    • Waiting times are based on the date of receipt of all required information.
    • Please do not contact Engineers Australia within the time frames listed above, as this will only delay processing times for all applications.
    • Regularly updated advice on the dates of applications currently being processed can be sought by sending us a blank status email request. You will receive an automatic response.

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