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5 strict requirements of the Partner Visa

Have you found your soulmate? Living together here in Australia can be a lovely pathway to get you a PR. But first, take a look at these vital requirements before making an application. Partner Visas allow married couples to enter and remain in Australia with their partner. They are closely scrutinised by Australian Immigration and applications with poor evidence of the relationship will be refused. 1. Married or De facto – the relationship must be lawful and recognised as genuine Your partner is your spouse or de facto partner of the same or opposite

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5 Simple Steps When Applying for 190 Visa

Wondering how to apply for the 190 Visa subclass? Here are the 5 steps in the application process for the Australian Skilled Independent Visa (a.k.a. 190 Visa subclass). 1.Check for eligibility The first step is to check for your eligibility on each state’s skilled occupation list, check the minimum points requirement,  and also check the maximum age requirement. You’ll find that requirements vary in each Australian state.  For example, in Victoria you need a minimum of 65 points and you need to be under the age of 45. 2.Submit EOI Submit your formal Expression

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ACT 491/190 Nominations COVID-19 impact

News Update! – March 2020 The following information has been provided by the ACT Government. All applicants for ACT 491 / 190 nomination must meet the eligibility criteria at date of Matrix submission. However, applicants impacted by COVID-19 can request a waiver of the ‘continuous employment’ eligibility criteria in the following circumstances: TRAVEL BAN Applicants whose return to Canberra is delayed due to the COVID-19 travel ban can request a waiver of the continuous employment criteria.  A waiver request should include supporting documentation to evidence the impact of the delayed return (e.g. evidence

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The “Must-have” list for lodging 458 TR VISA

After graduating from Australian Institutes, you can apply for TR VISA to stay and work longer in the country. ⁠Here is the “Must-have” list of documents that are compulsory for lodging 458 TR VISA.⁠ Clients must have a valid passport when they lodging their 485 VISA.However, as a general rule, we recommend that your passport should valid for at least 6 months. Overseas Visitors Health Cover (OVHC) is health insurance for international visitors wishing to travel or work in Australia.After graduated, your Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) might be expired sooner or later.At

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