Permanent Residency In Australia
Australia offers one of the most comprehensive and robust Skilled Migration Programs in the world. While the country also offers many other pathways to permanent residency such as its Business visa program, the Global Talent Initiative, and the Humanitarian visa program which includes partner visas and safe haven visas, the Skilled Migration Program remains its most popular.
2. the Short-term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL)
3. the Regional Occupation List (ROL)
4. the Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (RSMS)
In order to be eligible for a Skilled Visa, your occupation must be on one of these occupation lists. For further clarification on these occupation lists, you may visit the Department of Home Affairs Website at www.immi.homeaffairs.gov.au.
2. Sub Class 189 – Skilled Independent Visa
3. Sub Class 491 – Skilled Work (Provisional) Regional Visa
After you have selected the visa category you are eligible for, you will have to provide the necessary information, such as your scores in the English examination (IELTS, PTE), whether you have relevant industry experience, your education qualifications, etc. (you will not have to upload any document at this stage) to calculate your points. (To check how many points you can claim – https://mjlegal.com.au/immigration) Once, you have provided all the necessary information, you can submit your EOI to the department for evaluation of your provided occupation and points.
If you receive an Invitation for SC 491?
We believe that this article has given you some clarity regarding the existing skilled visas and the process around these visas in order to obtain Permanent Residency in Australia. If you want to start your journey towards the Permanent Residency in Australia, our experienced Lawyers will be happy to help you and they will give you clear instructions and a pathway to Permanent Residency in Australia. If you want to contact us, give MJ Legal a call on 0477285789 or visit https://mjlegal.com.au/contact-us.