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Independent Migrant 189 Visa

The Skilled Independent Visa is a permanent visa that grants individuals the opportunity to reside and work in Australia. Skilled professionals can apply for Australian immigration through this visa category, based on their qualifications and the demand for their occupation on the Skilled Occupation List (SOL), which identifies occupations experiencing a shortage in Australia.


Advantages of the Independent Visa include the ability to both study and work in Australia, multiple entries and exits from the country, potential eligibility for Australian citizenship, the opportunity to sponsor eligible family members for permanent residency, and the option to bring your family to Australia.


To be eligible for the 189 Visa, applicants must achieve a minimum score of 65 points. Points can be earned based on various factors such as age, English language proficiency, educational qualifications, employment opportunities for skilled workers, and other relevant factors. It is important to ensure that your profession is listed on the appropriate Skilled Occupation List and pass the skilled migration points test. Additionally, for your occupation, you must undergo a skills assessment with the appropriate evaluating authority. You must also submit an Expression of Interest, and upon receiving an invitation, you can proceed with the application process. Other requirements include being between the ages of 18 and 44 and meeting the basic standards for Skilled Migration, including proficiency in English, satisfactory health status, and good character records.

Skilled Nominated Visa 190

The Skilled Nominated Visa category, also known as Subclass 190, is designed to address the high demand for certain occupations in specific states or territories of Australia. This visa program grants permanent residency to individuals who are invited to apply. Successful applicants can enjoy the benefits of living and working in Australia, pursuing educational opportunities, and engaging in other activities of interest. To apply for the Skilled Nominated Visa, interested individuals must first complete an Expression of Interest (EOI) and submit it to the Department of Home Affairs. The Skill Select system accepts EOI applications throughout the year in Australia. Applicants receive points based on their EOI, and those with high-ranking EOIs are invited to apply for the visa.


Advantages of the Skilled Nominated Visa include the ability to stay in Australia, work and study in the country, access Medicare coverage for healthcare expenses, potentially apply for Australian citizenship if eligible, sponsor eligible family members for permanent residency, and have the freedom to travel across Australia after spending the initial two years in the nominating territory.


To be eligible for the Subclass 190 Visa, the following requirements must be met:

Age: Applicants must be under the age of 45 when submitting the EOI.
Skill Evaluation: A skill evaluation must be obtained and approved.
Occupation Demand: The nominated occupation must be in demand, as indicated by the occupation list.
Health Requirements: Both the applicant and any accompanying family members must meet the health requirements.
English Language Proficiency: Applicants must demonstrate fluency and proficiency in English at the time of application.
Visa History: Applicants who have had a visa cancelled or denied while in Australia are not eligible for this visa.

Skilled Work Regional Visa 491

The Skilled Regional Visa is designed for skilled individuals who have been nominated by a state or government to live and work in regional areas of Australia.


Key Advantages of the Skilled Regional Visa:

  • Reside in Australia for a period of 5 years
  • Study and work in regional Australia
  • Travel in and out of Australia multiple times


Eligibility Requirements for this Visa:

To apply for this visa, you must possess the relevant skills and be nominated by the Australian Government or sponsored by an eligible relative.

Skill Assessment:
It is essential to have undergone a suitable skill assessment at the time of receiving the invitation.

Score of 65 Points or Above:
You must obtain a minimum score of 65 points, which can be earned based on factors such as age, English language proficiency, qualifications, work experience, and other relevant factors.

Age Requirement:
You must be under the age of 45 at the time of receiving the invitation to apply for the visa.

Additional Factors:
The Department will also assess various aspects, including your English language proficiency, health status, and character history, among others.


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