In general the Skilled Migration Visas are points-based skilled visas that are designed to attract and provide an opportunity for the skillful workers thus making significant contributions to fill the gaps Australia lacks in their workforce.
This visa lets people have a permanent residency by assessing their qualifications, previous work experience in the nominated occupations, language proficiency, etc. There are three major categories for point-based skilled migration:
This visa allows invited applicants with skills to live and work anywhere in Australia permanently. The basic criteria of this visa require an applicant to be invited, must be under the age of 45, and doesn’t require a sponsor or nominator.
However, the applicant must have an occupation listed in the skilled occupation list and have their skills assessed for the nominated occupation.
This visa allows the nominated skilled workers to live and work in Australia as permanent residents, however, the applicant must be sponsored by an Australian territory or state to be qualified.
Likewise the basic criteria of this visa are similar to that of subclass 189 visa.
This is a provisional visa for skilled people who want to live and work in regional Australia and is nominated by a state or territory government.
This visa lets you stay in Australia for five years, live, work and study in designated regional areas of Australia and travel to and from Australia indefinitely until the visa is valid.
Choosing the right option can be difficult but we are here to help you throughout your journey, feel free to talk to our experienced Registered Migration today before it’s too late.