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Skilled Visa

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Skilled Visa

Australia faces long-term skills shortages in a number of occupations, so it’s the perfect time to make your skilled migration application. The occupations in shortage include accountants, IT professionals, engineers, construction managers, finance professionals, nurses, teachers, social workers, scientists, architects and tradespeople.

Overwhelmed by skilled visa information? We’ll keep it simple and can manage your skilled migration application through SkillSelect.

Skilled Visa Types

189 Visa: Skilled Independent Visa (Subclass 189)

An independent points-based permanency residency visa.

190 Visa: Skilled Nominated Visa (Subclass 190)

A skilled independent points-based visa for applicants sponsored by an Australian state or territory.

485 Visa: Temporary Graduate Visa (Subclass 485)

A temporary graduate visa. We manage post-study work stream (PSWS) applications.

476 Visa: Recognised Graduate Visa (Subclass 476)

A temporary visa for engineering graduates of recognised universities.

491 Visa: Skilled Work Regional Visa (Subclass 491)

Replacing the 489 visa from 16 November 2019. A points-tested visa requiring state or family sponsorship.

Stream Temporarily Closed – 189 Visa NZ Stream: Skilled Independent Visa (subclass 189)

A skilled independent visa for eligible New Zealand citizens committed to remaining in Australia.

191 Visa: Skilled Regional Permanent Residence Visa (Subclass 191)

A permanent residency visa for people who have held a 491 or 494 visa.

489 Visa: Skilled Regional (Provisional) Visa (Subclass 489)

A points-based visa requiring state or family sponsorship.

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