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Skilled Worker Visa:

We understand the value of your skills and expertise, which is why Australia welcomes skilled professionals through various visa subclasses tailored to your qualifications and experience.

Subclass 189 (Independent Visa):

Australia offers a range of skilled worker visas designed to welcome and facilitate the immigration of highly skilled professionals. The Subclass 189 (Independent Visa) is one such program aimed at attracting skilled workers to contribute to the country’s workforce and economy.

Program Details:

· The Subclass 189 visa is an independent, points-based visa. It does not require sponsorship from an employer, family member, or state/territory government.

· To be eligible, applicants must submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) through the Skill Select online system and score a minimum number of points based on various factors, including age, education, work experience, and language proficiency.

· Candidates must nominate an occupation from the relevant Skilled Occupation List that aligns with their skills and qualifications. The occupation should be in demand in the Australian labor market.

· If selected, applicants receive an invitation to apply for the Subclass 189 visa. Successful applicants are granted permanent residency in Australia.

Why Subclass 189 (Independent Visa)?

· This visa does not require a sponsor, providing candidates with the freedom to work for any employer in Australia.

· Successful applicants and their eligible family members receive Australian permanent residency, granting them access to various social benefits and healthcare.

· Holders of this visa can eventually apply for Australian citizenship if they meet the eligibility criteria.

· Visa holders have the right to work and study in Australia without restrictions.

· The Subclass 189 visa allows for multiple entries and exits from Australia during the visa’s validity.

· Visa holders have access to Australia’s world-class healthcare and education systems.

· The visa allows for the inclusion of eligible family members, providing them with the same benefits.

· Permanent residency in Australia can open doors to various job opportunities and global mobility.

· Australia offers a high quality of life, with a strong economy, diverse culture, and excellent living standards.

Eligibility:

· Suitable for skilled workers without the need for employer sponsorship or state/territory nomination.

· Your occupation must be on the Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL).

· A positive skills assessment for your nominated occupation is mandatory.

· Proficient English language proficiency (IELTS, PTE, or TOEFL).

· Must meet the Points Test threshold – factors include age, work experience, education, and English proficiency.

· Applicants must be under 45 years of age.

Fees:

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Subclass 190 (Skilled Nominated Visa):

Australia’s Skilled Nominated Visa, Subclass 190, is designed to welcome skilled professionals who have been nominated by a specific Australian state or territory government. This program aims to address regional skill shortages and encourage immigrants to settle in specific areas of the country.

Program Details:

· To apply for the Subclass 190 visa, candidates must first receive a nomination from a state or territory government in Australia. This nomination signifies that the applicant’s skills are in demand in a particular region.

· Applicants are required to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI), indicating their interest in the Subclass 190 visa. A successful nomination from a state or territory government is essential.

· Nominees must select an occupation from the relevant Skilled Occupation List corresponding to their skills and qualifications.

· Applicants must also meet the minimum point requirements based on various factors, such as age, education, work experience, and language proficiency.

· If granted, the Subclass 190 visa provides permanent residency status to successful candidates and their eligible family members.

Why Subclass 190 (Skilled Nominated Visa)?

· The Subclass 190 visa allows immigrants to live, work, and study in a specific Australian state or territory, addressing regional skill shortages.

· Applicants benefit from the support and nomination of a state or territory government, which recognizes the importance of their skills in a specific region.

· Visa holders receive Australian permanent residency, offering access to social benefits and healthcare services.

· Over time, visa holders can apply for Australian citizenship if they meet the eligibility criteria.

· This visa grants unrestricted work rights, allowing holders to work for any employer in the nominated region.

· Visa holders can pursue educational opportunities in Australia.

· The Subclass 190 visa includes eligible family members, providing them with the same benefits and opportunities.

· Multiple entries and exits from Australia are allowed during the visa’s validity.

· Australia offers a high quality of life, strong economy, diverse culture, and excellent living standards, which are particularly appealing in regional areas.

Eligibility:

· Suitable for skilled workers nominated by an Australian state or territory government.

· Your occupation must be on the MLTSSL.

· State or territory nomination is mandatory.

· Positive skills assessment and proficient English language skills are required.

· Applicants must be under 45 years of age.

Fees:

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Subclass 491 (Skilled Work Regional/Provisional Visa):

The Subclass 491 visa, also known as the Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) visa, is part of Australia’s skilled migration program and is designed to encourage skilled workers to live and work in regional areas of the country. This program helps address skill shortages in specific regions and promotes regional development.

Program Details:

· The Subclass 491 visa is available to individuals who have been nominated by an Australian state or territory government or sponsored by an eligible family member residing in a designated regional area.

· Applicants must submit an Expression of Interest (EOI), expressing their interest in the Subclass 491 visa and indicating the specific region they intend to settle in.

· Nominees must choose an occupation from the relevant Skilled Occupation List corresponding to their skills and qualifications.

· To be eligible for this visa, candidates must meet minimum point requirements, which consider factors such as age, education, work experience, and language proficiency.

· If granted, the Subclass 491 visa provides provisional residency status, allowing the holder to live and work in the designated regional area for up to three years.

Why Subclass 491 (Skilled Work Regional/Provisional Visa)?

· The visa program supports regional areas by directing skilled workers to regions with specific skill shortages, aiding in local economic growth.

· Applicants benefit from nomination by a state or territory government or sponsorship by an eligible family member, which can significantly boost their visa application.

· While this visa offers provisional residency, it can serve as a stepping stone to permanent residency, as it often leads to eligibility for a Subclass 191 (Permanent Residence (Skilled Regional) visa.

· Visa holders enjoy unrestricted work rights, allowing them to work for any employer in the designated regional area.

· The Subclass 491 visa provides opportunities for educational advancement in Australia.

· Eligible family members can be included in the visa application, granting them the same rights and opportunities.

· Multiple entries and exits from Australia are permitted during the visa’s validity.

Eligibility:

· For skilled workers nominated by a state or territory government or sponsored by an eligible family member residing in regional Australia.

· Your occupation must be on the MLTSSL.

· State or territory nomination or eligible family sponsorship is essential.

· Positive skills assessment, English language proficiency, and age under 45 years are mandatory.

Fees:

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Skilled Recognised Graduate Visa (Subclass 476):

The Skilled Recognised Graduate Visa, Subclass 476, is an Australian visa program designed for recent engineering graduates from recognized institutions worldwide. It offers eligible graduates the opportunity to gain skilled work experience in Australia for up to 18 months, enhancing their career prospects.

Program Details:

· To be eligible for the Subclass 476 visa, applicants must have recently graduated with an engineering degree from a recognized institution within the last two years.

· Qualifying institutions must be recognized by the Washington Accord, which includes institutions from various countries worldwide.

· Graduates can apply for this visa under various engineering specializations, including civil, mechanical, electrical, and more.

· The Subclass 476 visa allows graduates to gain up to 18 months of skilled work experience in Australia.

· Unlike some other Australian visas, this program does not require sponsorship by an employer or family member.

Advantages:

· Graduates can gain valuable work experience in their field, enhancing their career prospects.

· Working in Australia allows graduates to further develop their engineering skills and knowledge.

· The Subclass 476 visa can serve as a pathway to other skilled migration visas, potentially leading to permanent residency in Australia.

· Working in Australia provides graduates with a multicultural and global work experience, enriching their professional background.

· This visa does not require employer or family sponsorship, providing more independence to the visa holder.

· Eligible family members can be included in the visa application, allowing them to experience life in Australia.

Eligibility:

· Designed for recent engineering graduates from recognized institutions.

· Applicants must be under 31 years old.

· Completion of an engineering degree in the last two years is mandatory.

· Meeting English language, health, and character requirements is essential.

Fees:

· Comprehensive fee details are available on our official website.

Subclass 485 (Temporary Graduate Visa)

The Subclass 485 Temporary Graduate Visa is designed to provide international students who have completed their studies in Australia with the opportunity to gain valuable work experience, further their qualifications, and extend their stay in the country. It has two streams: The Graduate Work stream and the Post-Study Work stream.

Eligibility (Graduate Work stream):

· Have completed an eligible qualification in Australia.

· The qualification must be closely related to an occupation on the Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL).

· Have skills assessment for the relevant occupation.

· Meet health and character requirements.

· Apply for the visa within 6 months of course completion.

· Hold an eligible visa or a Bridging A, B, or C visa if onshore.

Eligibility (Post-Study Work stream):

· Have completed an eligible qualification in Australia.

· The type of qualification determines the visa duration: Bachelor’s or Master’s degree (2 to 4 years) or Doctoral degree (4 years).

· Meet health and character requirements.

· Apply for the visa within 6 months of course completion.

· Hold an eligible visa or a Bridging A, B, or C visa if onshore.

Advantages (Both Streams):

· Work and live in Australia for a specified duration.

· Gain practical work experience and enhance career prospects.

· Study further during the visa’s validity.

· Travel to and from Australia while the visa is valid.

· Opportunity to transition to a skilled or permanent visa if eligible.

Australia Subclass 186 Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS) Visa

Description: The Subclass 186 ENS Visa is a permanent residency visa that allows skilled workers nominated by their Australian employer to live and work in Australia. This visa has three streams known as the Temporary Residence Transition stream, the Direct Entry stream, and the Agreement stream.

Eligibility (Temporary Residence Transition stream):

· Hold a subclass 457 or 482 visa, have worked for your employer for at least 3 years, and your employer nominates you for the ENS visa.

· Be under 50 years of age, unless exempt.

· Have competent English language skills.

· Meet health and character requirements.

Eligibility (Direct Entry stream):

· Be nominated by an Australian employer and have a skills assessment for your occupation.

· Be under 45 years of age, unless exempt.

· Have competent English language skills.

· Meet health and character requirements.

Why Subclass 186 Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS) Visa?

· Permanent residency in Australia.

· Opportunity to work and live in Australia indefinitely.

· Eligibility for Medicare, Australia’s public healthcare system.

· Access to social security benefits.

· Opportunity to sponsor eligible family members for permanent residency.

· Pathway to Australian citizenship after meeting residency and other requirements.

Australia Business Immigration:

Australia invites entrepreneurs, investors, and business professionals to explore their business landscape. Australia Business Innovation and Investment (Provisional) Visa (Subclass 188) opens doors to diverse opportunities.

Business Innovation and Investment (Provisional) Visa (Subclass 188):

The Business Innovation and Investment (Provisional) Visa, Subclass 188, is a pathway for business owners and investors to migrate to Australia temporarily with the goal of stimulating economic growth and innovation. It is a provisional visa, meaning it serves as a stepping stone to obtaining permanent residency in the country.

Program Details:

· The Subclass 188 visa offers several streams, each with specific requirements:

· Business Innovation Stream

· Investor Stream

· Significant Investor Stream

· Premium Investor Stream

· Entrepreneur Stream

· Business Innovation Extension Stream

· Significant Investor Extension Stream

· Each stream has different investment and business activity requirements, with the most significant investments associated with the Significant Investor Stream and Premium Investor Stream.

· Applicants are required to actively participate in business activities in Australia, fostering innovation and economic development.

· Successful applicants receive a provisional visa, which is valid for several years, typically four or five, depending on the stream.

Why Business Innovation and Investment (Provisional) Visa (Subclass 188)?

· The Subclass 188 visa provides access to various investment opportunities in Australia, promoting economic growth and innovation.

· While the visa is provisional, it offers a pathway to permanent residency in Australia through the Subclass 888 visa.

· Applicants can own and operate a business in Australia, contributing to the country’s entrepreneurial ecosystem.

· Visa holders and their eligible family members can access Australia’s world-class education system.

· Australia offers a high quality of life, with a strong economy, excellent healthcare and education, and a diverse and welcoming culture.

· Successful applicants can engage in international business activities and travel freely between Australia and their home country.

· Eligible family members can be included in the visa application, allowing them to enjoy the same benefits and opportunities.

· The Subclass 188 program offers a range of streams to suit different business and investment interests, providing flexibility for applicants.

Eligibility:

· Multiple streams catering to Business Innovation, Investor, Significant Investor, Premium Investor, and Entrepreneur applicants.

· Requirements vary by stream, including minimum investment thresholds, business experience, and commitment to actively manage a business in Australia.

Fees:

· Fees are stream-specific and may vary. For detailed information, please consult our official resources.

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