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Here is a step-by-step guide to

the general process of immigrating to Australia

Assess your eligibility for immigration to Australia by reviewing the various immigration programs and visa options available. These may include skilled migration, family sponsorship, business and investment migration, or humanitarian and protection visas.

If you are applying for a skilled migration visa, you will generally need to have your skills assessed by the relevant assessing authority. This assessment determines if your skills and qualifications match the requirements of your nominated occupation.

Most visa categories require a demonstration of English language proficiency. Take the approved English language test, such as the IELTS, PTE, And TOEFL, and obtain the required minimum scores.

Depending on the visa category, you may need to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI). This includes providing information about your skills, qualifications, work experience, and other relevant details. Alternatively, for some visa categories, you may directly submit your application.

If you are applying through a points-based system like SkillSelect, your EOI will be ranked, and if you meet the criteria, you may receive an invitation to apply for the visa. If you applied directly, your application will be assessed, and you will receive the outcome.

Undergo medical examinations conducted by approved panel physicians to demonstrate good health. Additionally, provide police certificates from each country you have resided in for a certain period to prove your good character.

Once you receive an invitation or if you applied directly, complete and submit your visa application within the specified timeframe. Provide all required supporting documents, including forms, identification, educational certificates, English language test results, and skills assessment results.

Pay the applicable visa application fee at the time of lodgment. The fee varies depending on the visa category and the number of applicants included in the application.

The processing time for visa applications can vary depending on the visa category and your circumstances.

Once you arrive in Australia, familiarize yourself with the local laws, customs, and available services. Seek assistance from settlement services to help you with accommodation, finding employment, accessing healthcare, and other essential needs.

It's important to note that this is a general guide, and the specific requirements and processes may vary depending on the visa category you choose and any changes made by the Australian government

Subclass 189 (Skilled Independent) Visa- A complete guide on the PR visa of Australia
Point based skilled Permanent Residency visa work in Australia with the PR work visa, a points based visa for skilled workers who are not sponsored by any employer, a state or territory

The skilled nominated visa is for the skilled workforce that Australia requires. The subclass 190 is a point-based visa where the person needs to score at least 65 points. The permanent residency as such is provided once the person gets a skilled nominated subclass by a state Government and meets the eligibility criteria required.

Points distribution

Maximum Points
Age (25-33 years) 30 points
English proficiency (8 bands) 20 points
Work Experience outside Australia (8-10 years) 15 points
Work Experience in Australia (8-10 years) 20 points
Education (outside Australia) – Doctorate degree 20 points
Doctorate or master’s degree by research in Australia or similar skilled degrees 10 points
Study in a regional area 5 points
Proficient in community language 5 points
Professional year in a skilled program in Australia 5 points
State sponsorship (190 visa) Skilled spouse (Age, Skills & English language requirements to be met) 10 points
Spouse or de facto partner with competent English (No need to meet Skills requirement or age factor) 5 points
Applicants without a spouse or de facto partner or where a spouse is PR holder 5 points

Skilled Migration Occupation List

Recently, the Ministry of Home Affairs Australia, updated the list of occupations. The new list is for the skilled migration program.
The Australian government has three categories in the skills list:

    Short Term Skilled Occupation List
    Medium and Long Term Strategic Skill List
  • ROL
    Regional Occupation

It's important to note that this is a general guide, and the specific requirements and processes may vary depending on the visa
category you choose and any changes made by the Australian government

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Here are the services we offer:

  • Professional Advice and Support
    We provide personalized advice and support throughout the immigration process. Our team of experienced consultants is available to answer your queries, address your concerns, and provide guidance at every stage of the application.
  • Eligibility Assessment
    We assess your eligibility for various Australian immigration Subclass based on your qualifications, work experience, language proficiency, and other relevant factors. We provide an accurate evaluation of your chances of success and recommend suitable immigration pathways.
  • Documentation Assistance
    We assist you in preparing and organizing the required documents for your visa application. This includes reviewing your documents, ensuring they meet the specified guidelines, and providing guidance on obtaining any necessary certifications or assessments.
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    We prepare and submit your visa application on your behalf, ensuring all forms are completed accurately and all necessary documents are included. We handle the administrative aspects of the application process, ensuring compliance with migration regulations.
  • Visa Processing
    We guide you through the different visa options available for Australian immigration, including skilled migration, family sponsorship, business, and investment migration, and humanitarian and protection visas. We help you understand the requirements, criteria, and implications of each visa category.
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    We represent you during the immigration process, acting as your process consultant and ensuring your interests are protected. We strive to provide exceptional service and maintain a high level of professionalism and confidentiality.
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    We stay updated with the latest immigration policies, regulations, and changes in Australia. We inform you about any relevant updates that may impact your application and provide guidance accordingly.

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