Are you thinking of getting a permanent residency in Australia? Especially in Melbourne? If yes then this blog is for you.
We are often enquired by our subscribers about which visas can lead to PR in Australia, especially in Melbourne. Even though this Melbourne is typically challenging to get PR, this video update will summarize some of the most common possibilities for those who are eager to be informed or who have previous guidance.
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Visas that can lead to Permanent Residency are the General Skilled Migration Visas.
Please keep in mind that you will be needing an organization to sponsor your visa to Australia, you will make an expression of interest application and you are then invited to apply for your General Skilled Migration Visa.
You could be invited for the following:
- Subclass 189: This Skilled Migration visa is where you are invited by Australia’s federal immigration.
- Subclass 190: In Subclass 190, you will be invited by Victoria State Migration.
Sadly, Subclass 491 visa is not a possibility as Melbourne is not Australia’s regional area.
Not long ago, Victoria’s migration has been very restricted by the professions that they are inviting. Time and again inviting mostly health or teaching-related professions. On the other hand, with the new fiscal year, beginning 1st July, most Australian states revise their occupation lists and we are confident to get a lot more invitations for additional professions.
The next Visa pathway that can lead to Permanent Residency in Australia is Employer Sponsorship Visas.
Please keep in mind that, if you are employed in a profession mentioned on the
Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL), you may be able to apply openly for the permanent employer-sponsored visa which is known as subclass 186. This visa obligates you to have a minimum of 3 years of work experience and is only invited for restricted occupations on the Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL).
On the other hand, Australia published modifications to the 482 visa. Which will permit 3 pathways to Australia Permanent Residency from the 482 to 186 visa.
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