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Skilled migration refers to the matching of the applicant’s career with the Australian Department of Immigration’s list of occupation that are eligible for migration, and obtaining at least 60 points in the scoring system. After achieving this, there are other criteria that applicants need to be aware of if they want to successfully migrate to Australia. Additionally, the application can also be carried out by way of security guarantees by the state government or relatives.

 

Basic requirement:

• Under 50 years of age
• Professional in career list (Skilled Occupation List) based on qualifications from vocational training providers or universities
• Possess at least Competent English (6 each band in IELTS, 50 each band in PTE Academic)
• Meet the appropriate scoring system score requirements

Skilled Migration

Temporary Graduate Visa (subclass 485)

Visa introduction:

This visa is for international students who have recently graduated from an Australian educational institution.
It lets you work in Australia temporarily after you have finished your studies.​​

 

Application requirements:

  • are younger than 50 years of age
  • are in Australia
  • hold an eligible visa
  • meet the two-year Australian study requirement
  • meet the English language requirement
  • have recently graduated with either an eligible qualification or with skills and qualifications that relate to an occupation on the skilled occupation list (SOL).
Skilled Independent Visa (subclass 189)

Visa introduction:

This visa is for points-tested skilled workers who are not sponsored by an employer or family member or nominated by a state or territory government. It allows you to live and work in Australia as a permanent resident.
The applicant needs to first submit the EOI (Expression of Interest), a letter of intention to become naturalised. Afterwards, eligible applicants (currently requires at least 60 points) will receive an invitation to asking the applicant to submit a further 189 visa applications.

 

Application requirements:

  • nominated an occupation that is on the relevant skilled occupation list
  • obtained a suitable skills assessment for that occupation
  • not yet turned 50 years of age
  • achieved the score specified in your letter of invitation based on the factors in the points test
  • at least competent English.
Skilled Nominated Visa (subclass 190)

Visa introduction:

​This visa is for points-tested skilled workers who are nominated by a state or territory government agency. It allows you to live and work in Australia as a permanent resident.
Immigration visa applicants need to first submit EOI (Expression of Interest), a letter of intention to become naturalised. The Department of Immigration will see whether there is any issue with the application, if the applicant meets all the requirement, they will then be invited to submit a further 190 visa application. Applying for state sponsored visa can provide the applicant with 5 more points, so applicants only need to reach 55 points to satisfy the minimum immigration score.

 

Application requirements:

  • nominated an occupation that is on the relevant skilled occupation list
  • obtained a suitable skills assessment for that occupation
  • not yet turned 50 years of age
  • achieved the score specified in your letter of invitation based on the factors in the points test
  • at least competent English
  • been nominated by an Australian state or territory government agency.

The same scoring system applies to subclass 190 and subclass 189 – Independent Skilled Migration visas.

Skilled Regional (Provisional) Visa (subclass 489)

Visa introduced:

489 visa is a temporary work visa for up to four years. After the visa is approved the applicant can live for up to four years in Australia. Similar to 189 and 190 visas, applicants for 489 visa must meet the requirements of 60 points scoring system. Immigration visa applicants need to first submit EOI (Expression of Interest), a letter of intention to become naturalised. The Department of Immigration will see whether there is any issue with the application, if the applicant meets all the requirement, they will then be invited to submit a further 489 visa application. Applying for regional sponsored visa can provide the applicant with 10 more points, so applicants only need to reach 50 points to satisfy the minimum immigration score.

Application requirements:

  • been nominated by an Australian State or Territory government agency or sponsored by an eligible relative living in a designated area
  • nominated an occupation that is on the relevant skilled occupations list
  • a suitable skills assessment for that occupation
  • not yet turned 50 years of age
  • achieved the score specified in your letter of invitation based on the factors in the points test
  • at least competent English

Longest waiting period: 3 months

Skilled Regional Visa (subclass 887)

Visa introduced:
887 is a permanent resident visa, commonly referred to as PR (Permanent Resident). After holding 489,475,487,495,496 visa applicant a certain time, and to meet the conditions, you can apply for a permanent resident visa 887.

 

Application requirements:

  • has been living in Australia Region over 2 years
  • already full 12 months in Australia working full-time jobs Region
  • 489,475,487,495,496 visa holders
  • In the application of the 495,487 or 489 visa holders bridging visa A or bridging visa B
  • The applicant must apply for Language in Australia

Longest waiting period: 6 months

Skilled migration refers to the matching of the applicant’s career with the Australian Department of Immigration’s list of occupation that are eligible for migration, and obtaining at least 60 points in the scoring system. After achieving this, there are other criteria that applicants need to be aware of if they want to successfully migrate to Australia. Additionally, the application can also be carried out by way of security guarantees by the state government or relatives.

 

Basic requirement:

• Under 50 years of age
• Professional in career list (Skilled Occupation List) based on qualifications from vocational training providers or universities
• Possess at least Competent English (6 each band in IELTS, 50 each band in PTE Academic)
• Meet the appropriate scoring system score requirements

Temporary Work (Skilled ) Visa (subclass 457)

Visa description:

The Temporary Work (Skilled) visa (subclass 457) allows skilled workers to come to Aust​ralia and work for an approved business for up to four years.

You must be sponsored by an approved business. A business can sponsor someone for this visa if they cannot find an Australian citizen or permanent resident to do the skilled work.

You can be in or outside Australia​ when you lodge your application.

 

Requirements for applicants:
• held expertise in CSOL (Consolidated Sponsored Occupation List) which contains more professions compared to the SOL (Skilled Professional List), if no relevant qualifications, at least 3 – 5 years of relevant work experience must be proven

 

Basic procedures for the application
1. The employer must apply to become an approved sponsor
2. The employer nominates you for a position
3. 457 applicant submits visa applications to the Immigration Department after or at the same time as the sponsorship and nomination

 

Maximum waiting period: 3 months

 

The right to:
• work in Australia for four years
• the principal applicant’s family can work and study in Australia
• After four years, the visa holder can work for any other businesses
• After obtaining a visa and work full time for 2 years, as employers are willing to, you can apply for a permanent resident visa 186

 

Immigration Official Fees:
• Assessment of eligibility for employer-sponsored fee: AU $ 420
• Employer nomination fee: AU $ 330
• The main applicant visa fee: AUD $ 1,035
• 18 years old or more dependent visa fee: AUD $ 1,035
• Under 18 years of age dependent visa fee: AUD $ 260
• Visa Bupa medical costs refer to the official website, physical examination results will be valid for one year.

 

Visa fee calculation system: http: //www.immi.gov.au/Visas/Pages/Pricing-Estimator.aspx

Note: The above fees are without credit card surcharge.

Employer Nomination Scheme (subclass 186)

Visa introduction:

The Employer Nomination Scheme visa (subclass 186) is for skilled workers who want to work in Australia. This visa involves a two-step process, firstly, nomination by an approved Australian employer and then an application under the nominated stream. It is part of the Permanent Employer Sponsored Visa programme.

This visa is a permanent residence visa. You can be in or outside Australia when you apply. If you are in Australia, you must hold a substantive visa or a bridging visa A, B or C.

The visa has three streams:

  • The Temporary Residence Transition stream is for subclass 457 visa holders who have worked for two years, while holding a subclass 457 visa, in the same occupation with their nominating employer (who has lodged a valid nomination with us under the Temporary Residence Transition stream), who wants to offer them a permanent position in that occupation.
  • The Direct Entry stream is for:
    • people who have been nominated by their employer under the Direct Entry stream
    • people who have never, or only briefly, worked in Australia, or
    • temporary residents who do not qualify for the Temporary Residence Transition stream
  • The Agreement stream is for people sponsored by an employer through a labour agreement.

 

Requirements for applicants:

  • have been nominated by an approved Australian employer
  • are younger than 50 years of age, unless you are exempt
  • meet the skills, qualifications and English language requirements, unless you are exempt
  • apply under the stream for which you were nominated.

 

Apply basic procedures:
1. Employers submit nomination applications to the Department of Immigration, nominating the personnel who is at the moment working in Australia or overseas.
2. Applicants submit their visa applications to the Department Immigration.

 

Maximum waiting period: 6 months

 

Applicants have the right to:

  • reside indefinitely in Australia
  • work in Australia, learning
  • register for the Australian government health insurance card
  • apply to become an Australian citizen (need to meet certain criteria)
  • sponsor relatives to relocate to Australia
  • after five years, visa holders are eligible for working with other businesses within and outside Australia

 

Immigration Official Fees:

  • The main applicant visa fee: AUD $ 3,520 (principal applicant fails to meet the English proficiency requirement is required to pay AU $ 9,800 fee for language learning)
  • 18+ years old dependent visa fee: AUD $ 1,760 (dependent fails to meet the English proficiency requirement is required to pay AU $ 4,890 fee for language learning)
  • under 18 years of age dependent visa fee: AUD $ 880
  • Visa Bupa medical costs refer to the official website, physical examination results will be valid for one year.

Visa fee calculation system: http: //www.immi.gov.au/Visas/Pages/Pricing-Estimator.aspx
Note: The fees above are without credit card surcharge

Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme Visa (subclass 187)

Visa introduction:

This visa is a permanent residence visa for skilled workers who want to work in regional Australia. It allows you to work in Australia under one of three streams:

  • the Temporary Residence Transition stream
  • the Direct Entry stream
  • the Agreement stream.

 

Application requirements:

  • have been nominated by an approved Australian employer for a job in regional Australia (regional Australia does not include the Gold Coast, Brisbane, Newcastle, Sydney, Wollongong or Melbourne)
  • are younger than 50 years of age, unless you are exempt
  • meet the skills, qualifications and English language requirements, unless you are exempt
  • apply under the stream for which you were nominated.

Maximum waiting period: 6 months
Procedures, rights and immigration official costs are similar to 186 visa.

You may be eligible for a partner category visa if you are:

  • Spouse of an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen, or
  • Fiancé of an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen, or
  • De facto partner (including same-sex relationships) with an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen.

 

The general procedure of spouse visa from temporary residence to permanent residence

 

1. Overseas applicants
300 fiance / fiancee temporary resident visa ->  820 -> temporary residence within 801 permanent resident spouse visa spouse visa
or
309 foreign temporary residence visa -> 100 permanent resident spouse spouse visa

 

2. Domestic Application
820 within the temporary residence visa ->  801 permanent resident spouse spouse visa

Partner Visa (subclasses 820 and 801)

Visa introduction:

These visas are for the spouse of an Australian citizen or permanent resident to reunite with their partner.

This pathway has two separate stages:

The first stage is through subclass 820 temporary resident, successful applicants can further proceed to permanent residency via subclass 801 after holding the 820 visa for 2 years. When this 2-year waiting period lapses, applicants are not required to pay for additional fees.

Application requirements:

The temporary Partner visa (subclass 820) allows you to live in Australia if you are the spouse or de facto partner of:

In some circumstances, the visa can still be granted even in case your relationship has ended.

The temporary Partner visa (subclass 820) is the first stage towards a permanent Partner visa (subclass 801). You must be in Australia when you apply and also when this visa is decided.

You only have to lodge one application form for your temporary and permanent visas and pay one application charge. The application then will be processed in two stages that are two years apart.

In the following situations, the applicants may receive their permanent visa quicker:

  • The applicant’s spouse relationship with their spouse in Australia has lasted more than three years. Or, if they have children together, the relationship between the child and the spouse is not less than two years.
  • In the situation that the applicant’s spouse die in Australia, but the relationship would have continued had that person not died, and the applicant has established a close business, cultural or interpersonal contact in Australia.
  • The relationship between the applicant and spouse in Australia no longer continue, but both sides have a child together.
  • The relationship between the applicant and spouse in Australia has been terminated because of domestic violence.

In such cases, applicants may want to consult migration agent with their specific circumstances to inform the trial centre. This may result in quicker grant of the permanent residence visa.

 

Longest waiting period: eight months for 820 and 801 visas.

 

Holder has the right to:

820 temporary resident spouse visa

  • Stay in Australia until a decision is made about your permanent Partner visa
  • Work in Australia
  • Study in Australia, but with no access to government funding
  • Enrol in Medicare, Australia’s scheme for health-related care and expenses.

You can include your dependent children in your application, but not other dependent relatives (unless you hold or held a Prospective Marriage visa). Dependent applicants must be in Australia when they apply.

801 permanent visa

  • Stay in Australia indefinitely
  • Work and study in Australia
  • Apply for Australian citizenship (if you are eligible)
  • Sponsor eligible relatives for permanent residence
  • Receive some social security payments
  • Travel to and from Australia for five years from the date the visa is granted – after that time you will need another visa to enter Australia.

 

 

Immigration Official Fees:
• Main applicant visa fee: AU $ 4,575
• 18 years old or more secondary applicant visa fee: AUD $ 2,290
• 18 years of age, Vice applicant visa fee: AUD $ 1,145
• If the applicant already holds a temporary resident spouse visa subclass 300, then the price will be reduced.
• Cost for health examination regarding visa application at Bupa medical centre, please refer to the official website, results will be valid for one year.

 

Visa fee calculation system: http: //www.immi.gov.au/Visas/Pages/Pricing-Estimator.aspx
Note: The above fees are paid on a credit card charge a fee.

Partner (Provisional) Visa (subclass 309) and Partner (Migrant) Visa (subclass 100)

Visa introduced:
309/100 type of spouse visa and above 820/801 visa application of the same nature, except that 309 visa applicants at the time of submitting the application and wait for the results of the trial should be outside Australia Language. This visa also need to be done through two phases, the first of 309 temporary resident visa applications and successfully eligible after signing, the applicant can come to Australia and live outside Australia. 2 years later can apply for a permanent resident visa 100 interchange.

 

Application requirements, speed up the trial conditions, the rights are the same as with the 820/801.

 

The longest period: 309 visa is 12 months; 100 visa is 8 months.

 

Immigration Official Fees:
• The main applicant visa fee: AU $ 3,085
• 18 years old or more sub applicant visa fee: AUD $ 1,545
• 18 years of age, Vice applicant visa fee: AUD $ 770
• Visa Bupa medical costs refer to the official website, physical examination results will be valid for one year.

 

Visa fee calculation system: http: //www.immi.gov.au/Visas/Pages/Pricing-Estimator.aspx
Note: The above fees are paid on a credit card charge a fee.

Prospective Marriage Visa (subclass 300)

Visa introduction:

The Prospective Marriage visa (subclass 300) is for people who want to come to Australia to marry their prospective spouse.

It is a temporary visa for nine months. You must be outside Australia when you lodge your application and when the visa is granted. You can have the wedding in any country: the wedding does not need to be in Australia.

 

Application requirements:
• The applicant’s marriage partner is an Australian citizen or permanent resident of Australia or New Zealand citizen.
• Application is submitted and the waiting period, the applicant for a Language offshore Australia.
• Your application must include proof that you plan to marry your prospective spouse within nine months of being granted the visa.
• You must have met your prospective spouse in person, as adults. You must know them personally.

This applies even if:

  • it is an arranged marriage
  • you and your prospective spouse met as children and the marriage was arranged before you turned 18 years of age
  • you met on the internet (exchanging photographs is not evidence of having met in person).

• Comply with Australian immigration general age, health and character requirements
• Guarantor can not ever guarantee over two applicants
• Guarantor in the past five years can not be secured through other people
• Guarantor in the last five years can not be secured through other people
• Guarantor risk women can not hold a visa (women at risk)
• Guarantor can not have children if he/she is  acused of a serious criminal record.

 

The longest period: 12 months.

 

The right to:

  • Enter Australia before you marry your prospective spouse
  • Travel in and out of Australia as often as you want
  • Work in Australia, although some employers might not hire people with temporary visas
  • Study in Australia, but with no access to government funding for tertiary study
  • Apply for a Partner visa, in Australia, after your marriage.

Immigration Official Fees:
• The main applicant visa fee: AU $ 3,085
• 18 years old or more sub applicant visa fee: AUD $ 1,545
• 18 years of age, Vice applicant visa fee: AUD $ 770
• Visa Bupa medical costs refer to the official website, physical examination results will be valid for one year.

 

Visa fee calculation system: http: //www.immi.gov.au/Visas/Pages/Pricing-Estimator.aspx
Note: The above fees are paid on a credit card charge a fee.

From 2014 onwards, the Australian parent class immigrant visas are required to pay a certain amount of money to donate, and donated funds rises AU $ 3,000 annually about. Currently parent visas are categorised into into two streams of temporary visas and permanent visa. The basic requirements for this type of visa are: the applicant has to provide security in Australia’s children, and their children is an Australian citizen, permanent resident or New Zealand citizenship guarantees children at least 2 years must have been legally living in Australia. His parents emigrated to the English there is no requirement. In addition to donating money to provide security centre link children also need to pay a portion of the security deposit to pay for their parents’ social insurance payments in the next 10 years required. The specific amount of the guarantee, please refer centre link official website: http://www.humanservices.gov.au/customer/services/centrelink/assurance-of-support.

Contributory Parent (Temporary) Visa (subclass 173)

Visa introduction:

The Contributory Parent (Temporary) visa (subclass 173) lets parents who are outside Australia live in Australia for up to two years if they are the parents of an Australian citizen, permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen who is settled in Australia.

This visa is temporary and cannot be extended or renewed. After arriving in Australia, you have two years to apply for a Contributory Parent visa (subclass 143). In this way, you can spread the costs of the Contributory Parent migration over a number of years.

Most applicants must be sponsored by their child. Your sponsor needs to have lived lawfully in Australia for the two years before the application is lodged.

 

Application requirements:
• Immigration requirements by family balance test (applicants at least half of the children permanent residence in Australia or your child to be than living in Australia living in other countries much).
• For faster visa processing, we have sufficient financial capacity to pay the higher amount of money donated
• Only apply outside Australia
Trial period: 1 year and a half or so

 

The right to:
• After eligible to sign living in Australia for 2 years
• work and study in Australia
• Register the Australian government health insurance card
• In the two years is eligible to sign unrestricted and from Australia and other countries
• 143 permanent residence visa application is eligible to sign 2 years

 

Immigration official visa fee:
• The main applicant visa fee: AU $ 2,370
• The first phase donation amount: AU $ 29,130
• The second phase donation amount to be paid within 2 years: AU $ 19,420
• 18 years old or more sub applicant visa fee: AUD $ 1,185
• 18 years of age, Vice applicant visa fee: AUD $ 595
• Visa Bupa medical costs refer to the official website, physical examination results will be valid for one year.

 

Visa fee calculation system: http: //www.immi.gov.au/Visas/Pages/Pricing-Estimator.aspx
Note: The above fees are paid on a credit card charge a fee.

Contributory Parent Visa (subclass 143)

Visa introduction:

The Contributory Parent visa (subclass 143) lets parents live permanently in Australia if they have a child who is an Australian citizen, permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen who is settled in Australia.

Most applicants need to be sponsored by their child. Your sponsor needs to have lived lawfully in Australia for the two years before the application is lodged.

You can lodge an application for this visa in or outside Australia. If you are in Australia, you can apply only if your temporary visa allows you to apply for another visa while you are in Australia.

 

Application requirements:
• Applicants need to have sufficient economic strength to pay money to donate
• 173 visa holder applicants can submit their applications in the territory, and no need to do family balance test. Only when the applicant’s personal and family circumstances have changed need to provide appropriate information.

 

Trial period: 1 year and a half or so

 

The right to:
• Unlimited living in Australia
• Work and study in Australia
• Register the Australian government health insurance card
• In the case of qualified, apply to become an Australian citizen
• Relatives can guarantee permanent resident visa application for Australia
• 5 years unlimited and from Australia and other countries

 

Immigration official visa fee:
• 173 visa applicant holds or has held 173 visa holders 600 at the time of visa application:
Principal Applicant visa fee: AU $ 325
Vice applicants over the age of 18 visa fee: AU $ 165
Applicants under the age of 18 deputy visa fee: AU $ 80
Donate money (the second tranche): AU $ 19,420

 

Visa applicant does not hold 173 or 600 visa:
Principal Applicant visa fee: AU $ 3,520
Vice applicants over the age of 18 visa fee: AU $ 1,185
Applicants under the age of 18 deputy visa fee: AU $ 595
Donation funds (lump sum): AU $ 43,600

 

Please refer to the specific amount centre link official website: http: //www.humanservices.gov.au/customer/services/centrelink/assurance-of-support

 

Visa fee calculation system: http: //www.immi.gov.au/Visas/Pages/Pricing-Estimator.aspx
Note: The above fees are paid on a credit card charge a fee.

Visitor Visa (subclass 600)

 

Visa Description

600 class tourist visa is a temporary visa, for a limited period of time to allow the holder to enter Australia. 600 tourist visa holders can travel to Australia, visiting relatives or business activities. General 600 visas granted three months time, ranging from 6 months and 12 months.

 

Application requirements:

You might be able to get this visa if you are travelling to Australia:

  • as a visitor
  • for business visitor activities
  • to visit family
  • on a tour with a registered travel agent from the People’s Republic of China.

If you are in Australia you can apply for the Tourist stream of the Visitor visa online provided you currently have a valid visa that does not have condition 8503 imposed.

If you are outside Australia only certain passport holders can apply for this visa online.

If you cannot apply online, you can lodge a paper application.

 

The right to:
• Visa holders are able to visit relatives in Australia, learn, engage in commercial activities, but can not work and sell goods and services.

Immigration official visa fee:
• Offshore visa fee: AU $ 130
• Domestic visa fee: AU $ 335
• Visa Bupa medical costs refer to the official website, physical examination results will be valid for one year.

 

Visa fee calculation system: http: //www.immi.gov.au/Visas/Pages/Pricing-Estimator.aspx

Note: The above fees are paid on a credit card charge a fee.

For investors and business owners that wish to establish their businesses in Australia, the pathways to achieve permanent visa (PR) are either through the Business Innovation & Investment Subclass 188 or Business Talent Subclass 132.

 

Business Innovation & Investment Subclass 188 (Temporary Visa) has 3 streams

  • Business Innovation Stream: The applicant must have reach at least 65 points in the points test, then you have to submit the Expression of Interest (EOI). This option also allows the applicant to extend their visa for another two years after having held the visa for at least 3 years, letting the visa holder to stay in Australia for up to 6 years from the visa granted date.
  • Investor Stream: The applicant at least 65 points in the point test, and meet the investment requirement by Australian States and Territories. The applicant must live in Australia for at least 2 years before being eligible to apply for PR.
  • Significant Investor Stream: The applicant for this stream does not need to pass the point test. However, the applicant has to make a complying investment of at least AUD5 million over 4 years before being eligible to apply for PR.

 

Afterwards, after having satisfied all the requirements for their stream, the applicant can apply for the Business Innovation & Investment Permanent Visa Subclass 888.

 

Business Talent Subclass 132 (Permanent Visa) has 2 streams

  • Significant Business History Stream: This is for applicant who has ownership interests in large businesses.
  • Venture Capital Entrepreneur Stream: for people who have access to venture capital funding of at least AUD 1 million.
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