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What are the requirements to have your 186 Visa granted through the 482 Visa for trade occupations?

482 Visa requirements: The main requirements for the 482 Visa as they stand are your skills and qualifications, character checks, health checks, and your English language, and whether your occupation stream in on the Medium- or Short-term list. If your occupation is on the Short-Term list, such as Cook, you cannot apply for 186 Visa unless you fall under the grandfathering arrangements. What are formal qualifications? It is a way of obtaining skills and qualifications by studying formally at an institute by going to an education provider, studying for at least, depending

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Why should you seriously consider the 491 visa?

Visa 491 allows visa holders to stay in Australia for 5 years from the date of grant of your visa; live, work and study in a designated region of Australia; travel to and from Australia as many times as you want, while the visa is valid and apply for permanent residence, if eligible, through the Permanent Residence (Skilled Regional) visa (subclass 191) – which commences on 16 November 2022. For applicants to be eligible for 491 visa they need to;   be nominated to apply by a state or territory government agency, or

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When can you claim skilled Employment Points towards your General Skilled Migration Application?

Wondering about Australian Immigration points? Here’s how it works. The onus is on the applicant to provide proof to the relevant skill assessing authority about the period of employment along with any other pre-requisites laid out by the Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO). The regulations require only that an applicant be employed in a nominated skilled occupation for a particular period. The provision does not require the applicant to have skills of a particular standard during that period of employment. Relevant Australian and Overseas skilled employment in the past

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What is Partner Visa?

What is Partner Visa? Partner Visas are for the partners and spouses of permanent Australian Citizens, Permanent Residents or those who are eligible New Zealand Citizens living in Australia. You are also eligible to apply for a partner visa if you are in a same sex relationship. Partner visas allow you to remain permanently in Australia. Partner Visa Application Process There are two stages of obtaining a partner visa in Australia, wherein first a person gets a provisional partner visa which is categorized in Subclass 820 for onshore and Subclass 309 for

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VETASSESS – Trade Skills Assessment

Trade Skills Assessment allows potential migrants to explore various Australian visa options such as: General Skilled Migration Visas (491, 190, 189) Employer Sponsored Permanent Visas (186, 494) Employer Sponsored Temporary Working Visas (482). Every occupation on the Department Home Affairs Occupation Lists has their own approved Skills Assessing Body. A Trade Skills Assessment is an important part of the trade recognition process when migrating to Australia. It will determine if you have the skills and knowledge required to work in your occupation in Australia. VETASSESS assess around 25 occupations such as electrician,

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How to go From TR to PR through the Job Ready Program

How to go from Job Ready Program to either a SC 491, a SC 189/190 or through the employer pathway, the SC 482 to the SC 186?​ Our registered migration agent, Spandan Karki talks in detail about this. https://youtu.be/JZ6qb40JbJg There are a lot of students that are studying a trade qualification and are quite confused about what is next? What I do after temporary residency visa i.e. TR? What the Job Ready Program is? What are the pathways? How can we go to permanent residency i.e. PR? So, let’s start  by how

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