Australia Immigration Visa Processing & strategies
SKILLED – INDEPENDENT VISA
The Skilled – Independent Visa (subclass 189) is the most popular skilled migration category is geared to skilled workers who are in high demand and do not require a state or family sponsor.
SKILLED – NOMINATED VISA
The Skilled – Nominated Visa (subclass 190) is a category for skilled applicants looking to emigrate to Australia who are sponsored by an Australian State or Territory.
SKILLED – NOMINATED (PROVISIONAL) VISA
The Skilled – Nominated (Provisional) Visa (subclass 489) is a temporary visa for skilled migrants to live and work in a regional area of Australia through sponsorship by an Australian State or Territory.
SKILLED – SPONSORED (PROVISIONAL) VISA
The Skilled – Sponsored (Provisional) Visa (subclass 489) is a temporary visa for skilled migrants to live and work in a regional area of Australia through sponsorship from a relative who lives in a Designated Area of Australia.
SKILLED – REGIONAL VISA
Highly skilled visa applications who have the necessary education and qualifications can qualify for a Skilled – Regional Visa if they are willing to settle in specific states and territories.
EMPLOYER NOMINATION SCHEME (ENS)
Permanent residents entering Australia under the Employer Nomination Scheme have a job waiting for them. Alternatively, you can apply for this visa if you hold a temporary working visa, such as the Working Holiday Visa or a Student Visa.
REGIONAL SKILLED MIGRATION SCHEME (RSMS)
The Australian Government’s RSMS is limited to certain areas of Australia. It allows employers to sponsor skilled migrants for job vacancies. The RSMS visa provides permanent residency.
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