Australia continues to invite skilled professionals into the countryby XIPHIAS IMMIGRATION migration executive
Skilled Professionals are welcomed across the world. Many countries including Australia, Canada, Singapore, Norway invite skilled professionals into their country with an intention to help the employers get the best personnel possible. One such country is Australia. Australia PR application process is a little tedious as it requires extensive documentation. Australia is a country which is made of many companies and business houses which have their presence both locally and internationally. Australia is on the look-out for right professionals. It still continues to invite professionals irrespective of the current pandemic.
There are many pathways through which one can relocate to the country. Each of the pathway is unique and adheres to the needs of different skilled professionals. With any of these defined pathways currently active, the immigrant aspirant gets Permanent Residence in Australia.
Skilled Independent visa – Subclass 189
Skilled professionals applying under this program do not need any kind of Sponsor or nomination as part of 189 Visa Requirements. They can live, work and study in any part of Australia.
Skilled Nominated VISA – Subclass 190
Highly skilled professionals are provided with a nomination from a state or an employer where the employer’s services are required. Skilled Nominated 190 Visa program requires that the immigrant works for the employer or state that has provided a nomination for a stipulated period of time. They can study on this visa. They have the right to buy or rent property in any part of Australia.
Skilled Work regional Visa – Subclass 491
Subclass 491 VISA Australia is for all those immigrants who intend to work in few designated regional areas of Australia. Under this program, it requires that the immigrants live and work in such regional areas for a minimum period of 5 years.
Benefits of Skilled Independent Visa Program
i. The immigrant need not have a job offer or a nomination while applying under this program
ii. The immigrant can search for jobs once he or she moves to Australia
iii. Immigrants will get Permanent residency in Australia
iv. Immigrants can bring their immediate family on PR
v. The Permanent residents become sponsors immediately and can sponsor all those relatives and friends who qualify to relocate to Australia
vi. The immigrants on this visa can study anything in Australia
Benefits of Skilled Nomination Visa Program
If the aspirant is looking for a nomination from a state, it is needed that the occupation or position is mentioned in the State Nominated occupation list. This program is defined for highly skilled professionals and thus will need to satisfy the eligibility criteria defined by the state and federal Government.
i. This visa program is a priority processing visa
ii. With a nomination, the applicant scores an extra 5 points
iii. Immigrants get a Permanent Residency in Australia and this extends to their immediate family
iv. With this PR, one can sponsor any of their qualified friends and relatives.
Benefits of Skilled Regional Visa Program
i. The aspirant need not obtained high score in the CSR
ii. The immigrant gets to live in designated regional parts of Australia where he will work
iii. The immigrant and his family gets permanent residency in Australia.
iv. Once the immigration process is complete, the immigrant can invite qualified friends and relatives to Australia as sponsors
v. The PR holders can study on any program of their choice in Australia.
Australia has continued inviting individuals on these 3 programs irrespective of the pandemic. There were close to 700 individuals who were invited on nomination visa alone during the pandemic period. The same has been repeated with the 491 Regional VISA, although a lot less numbers were registered. The best manner to approach these programs is by working with immigration firms who are registered with MARA (Migration Agency Registration Authority).
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