This visa is relevant for individuals who are not sponsored by an employer, family member, state or territory in Australia. Applicants will need to score the sufficient amount of points in the Skill Select Program (according to their education, amount of experience and level of English) as well as submit an Expression of Interest and apply for the actual visa.
Other options may be available for people who want to live and work in Australia. For example, the GSM Subclass-489 Regional (Provisional) Visa is a temporary work visa for skilled foreign workers whose jobs are needed in a certain region of Australia. It is valid up to four years, and provides a pathway to Australian permanent residency.
The nominated visa (subclass 190) is a permanent residency visa for skilled workers whose professions are in high demand and who have been nominated by a specific Australian state or territory. To apply for this visa, qualified applicants must also submit an Expression of Interest and be invited through the Skill Select program to apply.
The immigration process to Australia is based on a point system. Our competent legal team is trained to assess and provide applicants with the most accurate evaluation to determine their eligibility for the procedure. Once the assessment stage is done, applicants will be professionally guided through the rest of the process.
Michael Kadoury is a registered Australian Migration Agent, operating Kadoury Migration Services, a business providing personal and complete migration services to individuals and businesses assisting them in navigating Australia’s complex immigration process. Michael guides the Australia Immigration Professionals team in assisting clients through the procedure to apply for a permanent resident visa to Australia through the General Skilled Migration (GSM) program. His education includes a Bachelor of Law from the University of New South Wales and a Bachelor of Arts (Political Science and Japanese Studies majors) from the University of New South Wales. He has been a Member of the Law Society of New South Wales since 1998.
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