The Visa Subclass 186 is a permanent residence visa for skilled workers.
It allows the applicant to work and stay in Australia and there are two different pathways to apply for it:
1) The Temporary Residence Transition stream
2) The Direct Entry stream
You are eligible to apply for the Visa 186 if you:
About the streams:
Temporary Residence Transition: this stream is for subclass 457 Visa holders who have worked for at the least two years for the same employer holding a subclass 457 Visa.
Direct Entry: this stream is for people who have been nominated by their employer under the Direct Entry stream, or who have never worked in Australia or temporary residents who do not qualify for the Temporary Residence Transition stream.
Other compulsory requirements to be eligible to apply for a 186 visa are:
1) Health requirements which means you must meet certain health requirements and have a health examination in one of the clinics recognized by the Australian Government.
This applies to you and any members of your family unit included in your application. You are able to organize your health examinations upfront before lodging a visa application.
2) Character requirements. You must be prepared to provide a police certificate from each country you have lived in for 12 months or more during the past 10 years and after turning the age of 16.
3) Debts with the Australian Government, You must not have any outstanding debts to the Australian Government or have arranged to repay any outstanding debts before the visa can be granted.
If you do not have an employer who will sponsor you, you can submit an Expression of Interest in order to let the State and Territory Governments view your details and your application and decide whether to nominate you for skilled migration.
It is our concern, as a Registered Migration Agency with years of experience, to provide you with the most suitable solution in order to get your visa approved.
If you want to book a consultation, please fill in the contact form on the side or call us at (08) 9388 9193
As many overseas workers were not qualifying for the visa 457 because of the English level, the Department of Immigration and Border Protection considered to amend the required score to help people on gaining their visa to remain and work in Australia.
All visas granted on or after 14 September 2009 are subject to Condition 8501. This condition requires visa holders to maintain adequate arrangements for insurance for the duration of their stay in Australia. You can cancel your insurance if you arrange a new health cover one beforehand.
The Visa Application Charges change constantly according to the Department of Home Affair dispositions. Fees vary according to the family composition and other factors. For a more accurate answer, you can visit this site:
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