SKILLED MIGRATION

Skilled migration to Australia is for applicants with qualifications, skills, English language proficiency and aged between 18 and 45 years. Applicants must have

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qualifications, experience and other specified criteria in order to nominate an occupation listed in the Skilled Occupation List for migration.

All Skilled Application is being done through SkillSelect. An Expression of Interest (EOI) is to be lodged before you get an invitation to apply for the visa. EOI must be carefully lodged as incorrect points claimed at the time of EOI can drastically affect the later stage of the visa application. Aives Australia is an authority in Skilled Migration matters, where our Senior RMA Mr. Rasheed Backer and Associate RMA Mr. Hiyas Backer have more than 25 years expertise in specializing various offshore and onshore Skilled Migration applications.

Contact AIVES to identify the best available option which meets your circumstances. The most important stage in the migration process is the initial direction setting discussion with the client; at this stage we would normally request a range of basic documentation in order to confirm the eligibility and to identify any potential difficulties or delaying factors.

This vital direction setting stage incurs no cost and only when the case proceeds past this point do we undertake to pursue the matter to a satisfactory conclusion and invoice accordingly. We can assist you through the entire process, if we find that there is a reality of success for the application.

The following are the types of general skilled visas under the different categories

This is a Permanent visa for which applicants must meet the basic requirements and must pass the points test. This is an independent category of visa where the visa holder can live and work permanently anywhere in Australia. The applicant should lodge an Expression of Interest via Skillselect and must be invited to apply for the visa. The applicant should score at least 65 (currently) on the points test and have at least competent English. The English test score requirement may vary depends up on the applicant’s point score.

This is a point based visa for skilled migrants who are nominated by a state or territory. This is a permanent visa and the visa holder will have moral obligations to the nominated state/territory. The applicant should lodge an Expression of Interest via Skillselect and must be invited to apply for the visa. The applicant must be nominated by an Australian state and have at least competent English. The English test score requirement may vary depends up on the applicant’s point score.

This is a five year visa, and a visa holder must live and work in the specified regional area. This is a provisional visa which is a pathway to permanent residence. This visa is points tested and is for skilled migrants who are nominated by a state/territory or Regional area to live and work in Australia. The applicant should lodge an Expression of Interest via Skillselect and must be invited to apply for the visa. The applicant must meet the requirement of regional area.

This is a temporary visa for International students graduating from Australian Universities. The applicant is not subject to the Points Test. The subclass 485 currently allows international students who graduate with skills and qualifications that relate to an occupation that is in demand to remain in Australia for an additional 18 months.

The new stream of Graduate visa will be introduced in early 2013 which enables the international students who has lodged their first student visa application after the introduction of the genuine temporary entrant requirement (GTE) on 5 November 2011 to apply for further stay. Under the new system the applicants will not be required to nominate an occupation on the SOL or undertake a skills assessment. Also the applicants who have completed a Bachelor degree, Masters by coursework degree or Masters (extended) degree in Australia will be eligible to apply for a two year post-study work visa. Applicants who have completed a Masters by research degree or a Doctoral degree in Australia will be eligible to apply for a three or four year post-study work visa respectively. To be eligible for the new arrangements, primary visa applicants must be in Australia, should meet the Australian study requirement.

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