SK Consultants is a specialists company dealing in Immigration Law pertaining to Australia. You will receive very professional advice and receive guidance at every step of the application process. We will provide information about all the options available to you and suggest you for the best option suitable to your eligibility and needs.

Our Areas of practice include:

Partner Migration Australia

 

We know the complications involved in migration application to Australia and understand the frustrations client gets due to delay in processing the applications. Hence out expertise in dealing with immigration law along with our professional service.

SK Consultant’s Director (Mr. Ketan Patel) is a registered MARA Agent (Migration Agents Registration Number) # 0321153 who helps you to receive latest updates as Australian Immigration laws and regulations is constantly changing as per the Countries Circumstances.

SK Consultants offer a free confidential initial consultation by telephone, email, or by appointment in our office in regards to opportunities for persons in and outside Australia to lodge valid applications for Australia.

Partner, Children, Parents and other family members may apply to join their Australian citizen or permanent resident family members in Australia under this category. The following is the brief summary of different categaries of family visas which can be applied by the applicants who has other family members living in australia as permanent residents or australian citizens.


Partner Migration

Partner migration is migration to Australia as the spouse, prospective spouse (fiancé(e)) of an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen.

  • Partner Visa (subclasses 820 and 801)
  • Partner Temporary Visa (subclass 309) and Partner Permanent Visa (subclass 100)
  • Prospective Marriage Visa (subclass 300)
  • Partner Visa (subclasses 820 and 801)

    This visa allows the spouse or de facto partner of an Australian citizen, permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen to live in Australia.
    You must be in Australia when you apply and also when this visa is decided. Average processing time for this visa is 12 to 15 months.

    The Partner temporary visa (subclass 820) is the first stage towards a Partner permanent visa (subclass 801). You lodge one application form for your temporary and permanent visas and pay one application charge. Your application is processed in two stages, about two years apart.

    The Partner temporary visa (subclass 820) allows visa-holders to

    • live 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.

    The Partner permanent visa (subclass 801) allows visa-holders to

    • live, work and study in Australia
    • apply for Australian citizenship
    • 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

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    Partner Temporary Visa (subclass 309) and Partner Permanent Visa (subclass 100)

    Those who can apply under the Spouse category are people who are married or in a de facto relationship with their sponsor. The sponsor must be an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen.
    The Partner temporary visa (subclass 309) is the first stage towards a Partner permanent visa (subclass 100). You lodge only one application for your temporary and permanent visas and pay one application charge. Your application is processed in two stages, about two years apart.
    You must be outside Australia when you apply and also when the Partner (Provisional) visa (subclass 309) is granted. You can be in or outside Australia when Partner visa (subclass 100) is granted.
    The Partner (temporary) visa (subclass 309) allows visa-holders to

    • enter Australia and live here 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.

    The Partner Visa (permanent) visa (subclass 100) allows visa-holders to

    • live, work and study in Australia
    • apply for Australian citizenship
    • 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
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      Prospective Marriage Visa (subclass 300)

      This visa allows people to come to Australia to marry their prospective spouse. You must be outside Australia when you lodge your application and when the visa is granted. The sponsor must be an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen. It is a temporary visa for nine months. You can have the wedding in any country: the wedding does not need to be in Australia.
      This visa allows visa-holders 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.
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    Child Migration

    Child migration is migration to Australia as the dependent child, orphan relative or adopted child of an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen.

    Child visa (subclass 101)

    This visa allows a child who is outside Australia to come to Australia to live with their parents. This visa allows an eligible parent sponsor their child to live in Australia indefinitely. The parent can apply on behalf of a child younger than 18 years of age. An eligible parent is an Australian citizen, the holder of an Australian permanent resident visa or an eligible New Zealand citizen.
    The child must be outside Australia when the application is lodged and when the visa is granted.

    This is a permanent residence visa. It allows the child to

    • live, work and study in Australia
    • enrol in Medicare, Australia’s scheme for health-related care and expenses
    • apply for Australian citizenship (if they are eligible)
    • sponsor eligible relatives for permanent residence
    • travel to and from Australia for five years from the date the visa is granted – after that time they will need another visa to enter Australia.

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    Child visa (subclass 802)

    This visa is for children who are in Australia and sponsored by an eligible parent. This visa allows an eligible parent sponsor their child to live in Australia indefinitely. The parent can apply on behalf of a child younger than 18 years of age. An eligible parent is an Australian citizen, the holder of an Australian permanent resident visa or an eligible New Zealand citizen.
    The child must be in Australia when the application is lodged and when the visa is granted.

    This is a permanent residence visa. It allows the child to

    • live, work and study in Australia
    • enrol in Medicare, Australia’s scheme for health-related care and expenses
    • apply for Australian citizenship (if they are eligible)
    • sponsor eligible relatives for permanent residence
    • travel to and from Australia for five years from the date the visa is granted – after that time they will need another visa to enter Australia.

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    Adoption visa (subclass 102)

    This visa allows an adopted child who is outside Australia to come to Australia to live with their adoptive parents.
    This visa is for children younger than 18 years old. The child can already be adopted or be in the process of being adopted. The adoptive parent sponsors the child for this visa and usually applies on their behalf. An adoptive parent must be an Australian citizen, the holder of an Australian permanent resident visa or an eligible New Zealand citizen. The child must be outside Australia when the application is lodged and when the visa is granted.

    This is a permanent residence visa. It allows the child to

    • live, work and study in Australia
    • enrol in Medicare, Australia’s scheme for health-related care and expenses
    • apply for Australian citizenship (if they are eligible)
    • sponsor eligible relatives for permanent residence
    • travel to and from Australia for five years from the date the visa is granted – after that time they will need another visa to enter Australia.

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    Dependent Child visa (subclass 445)

    This temporary visa allows a child to travel to and from or stay in Australia until their parent’s permanent Partner visa is finalised and is required if the child is to be added to a permanent Partner visa application after a temporary Partner visa (subclass 309 or 820) has been granted to their parent.

    A child must be single and sponsored by the same person who sponsored their parent. A child must be younger than 18 years of age, or financially dependent on their parent holding the temporary Partner visa, or incapacitated for work due to the total or partial loss of bodily or mental functions.
    If this visa is granted, the child also needs to make a permanent Partner visa application before the parent’s permanent Partner visa is decided.
    The child can be in or outside Australia when they apply for this visa.

    This visa allows the child to

    • travel to and from, or stay in Australia with their parents until a decision in made on the parent’s permanent visa application
    • work and study in Australia
    • travel to and from and stay Australia while the temporary visa is valid.
    • eligible to enrol in Medicare once they have lodged an application for a permanent Partner visa.

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    Orphan Relative visa (subclass 837)

    An Orphan Relative (subclass 837) visa is for a child whose parents are dead, permanently incapacitated or of unknown whereabouts. It allows a child in this situation to live permanently with their sponsoring relative in Australia. This visa is for child who is single and younger than 18 years old. A child might be able to get this visa if they are an orphan, or their parents are unable to care for them.
    The sponsoring relative must be an Australian citizen, permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen. The sponsoring relative usually applies on behalf of the child, who must be inside Australia when the application is lodged and the visa is decided. The sponsoring relative must meet the parental responsibility or custody requirements.

    This permanent residence visa allows the child to

    • live, work and study in Australia
    • enrol in Medicare, Australia’s scheme for health-related care and expenses
    • apply for Australian citizenship (if they are eligible)
    • sponsor eligible relatives for permanent residence
    • travel to and from Australia for five years from the date the visa is granted – after that time they will need another visa to enter Australia.
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      Orphan Relative visa (subclass 117)

      An Orphan Relative visa (subclass 117) is for a child whose parents are dead, permanently incapacitated or of unknown whereabouts. It allows a child in this situation to travel to and stay permanently with their sponsoring relative in Australia. This visa is for child who is single and younger than 18 years old. A child might be able to get this visa if they are an orphan, or their parents are unable to care for them.
      The sponsoring relative must be an Australian citizen, permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen. The sponsoring relative must meet the parental responsibility or custody requirements. The sponsoring relative usually applies on behalf of the child, who must be outside Australia when the application is lodged and the visa is decided.

      This permanent residence visa allows the child to

    • live, work and study in Australia
    • enrol in Medicare, Australia’s scheme for health-related care and expenses
    • apply for Australian citizenship (if you are eligible)
    • sponsor eligible relatives for permanent residence
    • travel to and from Australia for five years from the date the visa is granted – after that time they will need another visa to enter Australia.

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    Parent Migration

    Parents may be able to migrate to Australia if they have a child in Australia who is an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen.

    Contributory Aged Parent Visa (subclass 864)

    This visa allows older parents live permanently in Australia if their child is an Australian citizen, permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen who is settled in Australia. These visas are for parents whose age is equivalent to a person who is eligible for an Australian Age pension. Parent must be in Australia when the visa is applied and when the visa is decided. Besides to this you also need to meet the balance-of-family test and need to be prepared to pay higher visa application charges for faster processing.
    This is a permanent residence visa. It lets you and any family members who have also been granted this visa to

    • live, work and study in Australia
    • enrol in Medicare, Australia’s scheme for health-related care and expenses
    • apply for Australian citizenship (if you are eligible)
    • sponsor eligible relatives for permanent residence
    • travel to and from Australia for five years from the date the visa is granted (after that time, you will need a resident return visa or another visa to return to Australia).

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    Contributory Aged Parent (Temporary) Visa (subclass 884)

    This visa allows older parents 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. These visas are for parents whose age is equivalent to a person who is eligible for an Australian Age pension. If you hold this visa you can apply for the permanent Contributory Aged Parent (Residence) visa (subclass 864). Parent must be in Australia when the visa is applied and when the visa is decided. Besides to this you also need to meet the balance-of-family test and need to be prepared to pay higher visa application charges for faster processing.
    This is a temporary visa allows visa-holders to

    • live in Australia for two years
    • work and study in Australia
    • enrol in Medicare, Australia’s scheme for health-related care and expenses.

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    Contributory Parent Visa (subclass 143)

    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. Parent can lodge an application for this visa in or outside Australia. Besides to this you also need to meet the balance-of-family test and need to be prepared to pay higher visa application charges for faster processing.
    This is a permanent residence visa. It lets you and any family members who have also been granted this visa to

    • live, work and study in Australia
    • enrol in Medicare, Australia’s scheme for health-related care and expenses
    • apply for Australian citizenship (if you are eligible)
    • sponsor eligible relatives for permanent residence
    • travel to and from Australia for five years from the date the visa is granted (after that time, you will need a resident return visa or another visa to return to Australia).

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    Contributory Parent (Temporary) Visa (subclass 173)

    This visa allows parents 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. If you hold this visa you can then apply for the permanent Contributory Parent visa (subclass 143).
    Parent must be outside Australia when the visa is applied and when the visa is decided. Besides to this you also need to meet the balance-of-family test and need to be prepared to pay higher visa application charges for faster processing.

    This is a temporary visa allows to

    • live in Australia for two years
    • work and study in Australia
    • enrol in Medicare Australia’s scheme for health-related care and expenses
    • travel to and from Australia for two years from the date the visa is granted.

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    Other provisions exist for aged dependent relatives, remaining relatives and carers of Australian citizens, permanent residents of Australia and eligible New Zealand citizens to apply for visas to come to Australia permanently.

    • Aged Dependent Relative-Those who can apply under the aged dependent relative category are people who are single, widowed or divorced aged person and who are financially dependent on a relative* who lives in Australia.You must be sponsored by your relative in Australia who must be an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen
    • Remaining Relative-Those who can apply under the remaining relative category are people who are the brother, sister or child (or step relative to the same degree) of a person in Australia, who, if they did not migrate to Australia would otherwise be left on their own overseas.You must be sponsored by your relative in Australia, who must be an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen.
    • Carer-Those who can apply under the carer category are people who are willing and able to give substantial, continual assistance to an Australian relative (or a member of their family) who has a medical condition that is causing physical, intellectual or sensory impairment of their ability to attend to the practical aspects of daily life.You must be sponsored by your relative in Australia, who must be an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen

    *Note:Relative Definition
    Relative includes child, parent, brother, sister, grandparent, grandchild, aunt, uncle, niece or nephew (or step relative of the same degree).

    If you think you are eligible and interested under any of the above category and want to you’re your family in australia please send your details to SK Consultants for detailed professional assessment or fill in online assessment form to help you migrate as a family member of your australian relative.

    Tourist/Visitor Visas

    If you wish to come to Australia as a tourist during your holiday, or to visit your relatives in Australia, you should make an application for a visit/tourist (short stay or long stay) visa. Such a visa holder is not allowed to work in Australia, but may study short courses if the visa condition permits that. This visa allows you to stay 3 to 12 months depending on the visa granted and its conditions.

    Business Travel Visas

    If you are a business person who wish to attend some business meetings, conferences, seminars or wants to explore business activity in Australia or you visits Australia regularly due to business needs, you should make an application for business (short stay or long stay) visa which can be a multiple entry visa. This visa will allow you to conduct business activities in Australia, as long as you don’t take up a full-time employment with an Australian company.

    ETA- Electronic Travel Autohrity

    ETA is Electronic Travel Authotiy and it is equivalent to a visa, but there is no stamp or label in your passport and there is no need for you to visit an Australian diplomatic office to submit an application. Applications for ETAs can be submitted through travel agents or airlines or DIMIA website.

    ETA is a online facility and it is issued electronically by a computer system operated for the Department of Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs (DIMIA) of Australia.The Internet ETA is currently available for:

    • Tourists: multiple visits with a maximum stay of three months per visit, and
    • Short Stay Business travellers: multiple business visits with a maximum stay of three months per visit.

    Eligibility for ETA

    You are only eligible to apply for an ETA while you are outside of Australia. To apply for ETA, you must hold one of the listed ETA-eligible passports. If you do not meet these criteria, then you should contact your nearest Australian visa office for further options.

    Andorra
    Austria
    Belgium
    Brunei
    Canada
    Denmark
    Finland
    France
    Germany
    Greece
    Hong Kong SAR
    Iceland
    Ireland
    Italy
    Japan
    Liechtenstein
    Luxembourg
    Malaysia
    Malta
    Monaco
    Netherlands
    Norway
    Portugal
    San Marino
    Singapore
    South Korea
    Spain
    Sweden
    Switzerland
    UK
    USA
    Vatican City

    If your country of nationality is not listed, you can still apply for a Tourist or Business Visitor’s Visa by application to an Australian Embassy or Consulate.

    If you require further details about any of the above mentioned visa category please contact us and we can assist you further for the relevant application.


     

    From 1 March 2003 a new Business Migration program was initiated. The new program replaces all existing business migration categories, and consists of a two-stage application process. At the first stage business migrants can apply for a provisional visa. Once the provisional visa granted, business migrants get 4 years within which they show to satisfy all the requirements of the business skills (residence) visa and be eligible to apply for permanent residence.
    The categories under the Business Skills Migration are as follows..

    • Business Owner category: for owners or part-owners of a business . Learn More
    • Senior Executive category: for senior executive employees of major businesses. Learn More
    • Investor Category: for investors/business people willing to invest in Australia. Learn More
    • Business Talent category: for high-calibre business people who show sponsorship from a State/Territory government. Learn More

    Business Owners

    BUSINESS OWNER (PROVISIONAL) VISA-
    To make an application under this category, applicant need to show that following criteria is satisfied..

    • must be less than 45 years old
    • must have vocational English.show an overall successful business career
    • show an ownership interest of at least 10% in a business
    • show significant net assets in business ($A200,000)
    • show significant business and personal assets ($A500,000)
    • show sufficient net assets to settle in Australia
    • show achieved a significant annual turnover in your business ($A500,000 for at least 2 of the last 4 fiscal years)
    • show a commitment to maintain an ownership interest in a business in Australia and direct and continuous involvement in management of that business
    • show no history of unacceptable business activities

    State Territory Sponsored Business Owner (Provisional) visa- To make an application under this category, applicant need to show that following criteria is satisfied..

    • must be less than 55 years old
    • must be sponsored by a state or territory government
    • show an overall successful business career
    • show significant business and personal assets ($A250,000)
    • show achieved a significant annual turnover in your business ($A300,000) or show continuous employment record at senior level for at least 4 years
    • show sufficient net assets to settle in Australia
    • show a commitment to maintain an ownership interest in a business in
    • Australia and direct and continuous involvement in management of that business
    • show no history of unacceptable business activities

    Senior Executives

    To make an application under this category, applicant need to apply for one of the following provisional visa categories:

    • Senior Executive (Provisional) visa or
    • State Territory Sponsored Senior Executive (Provisional) visa

    Upon successfully applying for one for the above provisional visas, a 4 year visa will be granted. A Senior Executive can then apply for one of the following permanent visa categories upon meeting all the requirements:

    • Business Owner (Residence) visa or
    • State Territory Sponsored Business Owner (Residence) visa

    Senior Executive (Provisional) visa- To make an application under this category, applicant need to show that following criteria is satisfied..

    • must be less than 45 years old
    • must have vocational English
    • show an overall successful business career
    • are employed in one of the top 3 levels of management of a major business
    • show significant business and personal assets ($A500,000)
    • show sufficient net assets to settle in Australia
    • show a commitment to maintain an ownership interest in a business in Australia and direct and continuous involvement in management of that business
    • show no history of unacceptable business activities

    State Territory Sponsored Senior Executive (Provisional) visa- To make an application under this category, applicant need to show that following criteria is satisfied..

    • are sponsored by a state or territory government
    • show an overall successful business career
    • show significant business and personal assets ($A250,000)
    • are employed on one of the top 3 levels of management of a major business
    • show sufficient net assets to settle in Australia
    • show a commitment to maintain an ownership interest in a business in Australia and direct and continuous involvement in management of that business and
    • are less than 55 years old unless exceptional circumstances exist.

    Inverstors

    INVESTORS CATEGORY-
    To make an application under this category, applicant need to apply for one of the following provisional visa categories:

    • Investor (Provisional) visa or
    • State Territory Sponsored Investor (Provisional) visa

    Upon successfully applying for one for the above provisional visas, a 4 year visa will be granted. An Investor can then apply for one of the following permanent visa categories upon meeting all the requirements:

    • Investor (Residence) visa
    • State Territory Sponsored Investor (Residence) visa
    • Business Owner(Residence) visa or
    • State Territory Sponsored Business Owner (Residence) visa

    Investor (Provisional) visa- To make an application under this category, applicant need to show that following criteria is satisfied.

    • must be less than 45 years old
    • must have vocational English
    • show an overall successful business record of investment
    • show more than 3 years experience in the direct involvement in managing an eligible investment
    • show direct involvement in investments value of at least A$1,500,000
    • For the 2 fiscal years before your application the net value of your assets was at least A$2,250,000
    • show your high level of skill management of your investment
    • show that you are prepare to make a designated investment in a State Treasury Bonds of A$1,500,000 for a period of 4 years
    • show no history of unacceptable business activities
    • show a genuine and realistic commitment to continue to maintain a business or investment activity in Australia after your 4 year investment has matured State Territory Sponsored Investor (Provisional) visa- To make an application under this category, applicant need to show that following criteria is satisfied..
    • must be less than 55 years old
    • must be sponsored by a State or Territory government and intend to live in that State or Territory for a minimum of 2 years
    • show a successful record of business or investment management
    • must be willing to make a significant investment in a government approved Designated Investment for 4 years
    • show significant business and personal assets ($1,125,000)
    • show sufficient net assets to settle in Australia
    • show no history of unacceptable business activities

    Business Employees/Managers

    BUSINESS TALENT CATEGORY-

    To make an application under this category, applicant need to be Business Employee / Manager at senior level management for at laest 4 years’ continuously and then are eligible to apply for the following provisional visa category:

    • State Territory Sponsored Business Owner (Provisional) visa
      Upon successfully applying for the above provisional visa, a 4 year visa will be granted. A Senior Employee / Business Manager can then apply for one of the following permanent visa categories upon meeting all the requirements:
    • State Territory Sponsored Business Owner (Residence) visa

    If you think you are eligible and interested under any of the above category please send your details to SK Consultants for detailed professional assessment or fill in online assessment form to help you migrate as a business personal

    The General Skilled Migration (GSM) visa program is for professionals who are not sponsored by an employer and have skills in particular occupations required in Australia. It is the most common form of migration to Australia. There is a range of visa options for skilled people applying as an independent migrant as well as those sponsored by a relative, or nominated by a State or Territory government.
    There are a variety of skilled migration options:

  • Skilled Independent Visa (subclass 189)
  • Skilled Nominated Visa (subclass 190)
  • Skilled Regional (Provisional) Visa (subclass 489)
  • Skilled Temporary Work Visa (subclass 457)
  • Skilled Independent Visa (subclass 189)

    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.
    This is a permanent visa and allows visa-holders to

  • live and work as a permanent resident anywhere in Australia
  • study in Australia
  • enrol in Medicare, Australia’s scheme for health-related care and expenses
  • sponsor family members for permanent residence.
  • apply for Australian citizenship after 4 years
  • In order to apply for a Skilled Independent Visa to Australia, an applicant must satisfy the following minimum requirements:

  • nominated an occupation that is on the relevant skilled occupation list
  • have a suitable skills assessment for that occupation
  • must be under 50 years of age at the time of application
  • achieved the score specified in your letter of invitation based on the factors in the points test
  • Must be able to score at least 60 on the points test.
  • meet the English language requirements
  • Skilled Nominated Visa (subclass 190)

    This visa is for points-tested skilled workers who are nominated by a state or territory government agency.
    This is a permanent visa and allows visa-holders to

  • live and work as a permanent resident in Australia
  • study in Australia
  • enrol in Medicare, Australia’s scheme for health-related care and expenses
  • sponsor family members for permanent residence.
  • apply for Australian citizenship after 4 years
  • may require you to live in the nominating state or territory for a specified minimum time
  • In order to apply for a Skilled Nominated Visa to Australia, an applicant must satisfy the following minimum requirements:

  • nominated an occupation that is on the relevant skilled occupation list
  • have a suitable skills assessment for that occupation
  • must be under 50 years of age at the time of application
  • achieved the score specified in your letter of invitation based on the factors in the points test
  • meet the English language requirements
  • nominated by an Australian state or territory government agency.
  • Must be able to score at least 60 on the points test.
  • Skilled Regional (Provisional) Visa (subclass 489)

    This visa is for points-tested skilled workers who are nominated by an Australian State or Territory government agency or sponsored by an eligible relative living in a designated area and allows applicant to live and work for up to four years.
    In order to apply for a Skilled Regional Visa to Australia, an applicant must satisfy the following minimum requirements:

  • 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 occupation list
  • have a suitable skills assessment for that occupation
  • must be under 50 years of age at the time of application
  • achieved the score specified in your letter of invitation based on the factors in the points test
  • meet the English language requirements
  • Must be able to score at least 60 on the points test.
  • Skilled Temporary Work Visa (subclass 457)

    This visa allows skilled workers to work in their nominated occupation for their approved sponsor for up to four years in Australia.

    In order to apply for a Skilled Temporary Work Visa to Australia, an applicant must satisfy the following minimum requirements:

  • have been sponsored by an approved business
  • have the required skills to fill a position nominated by an approved business.
  • This visa allows you to:

  • live and work in Australia for up to four years
  • bring your family to work or study in Australia
  • travel in and out of Australia as often as you want.