The Subclass 189 Skilled Independent is a permanent residency visa that is for skilled workers who are not sponsored by an employer, a state or territory, or a family member. Outline of eligibility requirements – 189 visa The below is a list of the requirements that you need to satisfy: Have a positive skill assessment […]
This post follows our earlier post in relation to the eligibility requirements that apply to the primary 189 visa applicant. The application process You can only lodge an application using the Department’s online portal once you receive an invitation. You can lodge your visa application while you are inside or outside of Australia (but you won’t be […]
As a qualified accountant or auditor, you may be eligible to apply for Australian permanent residency through the Subclass 189 or 190 visas. You may be able to apply for an Australian permanent residency visa on the basis of your qualifications and/or experience. All this may be accomplished without the hassle and difficulty of […]
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