Permanent Visa Pathways

 

There are 3 types of pathways to live in Australia permanently:

  1. Skilled Migration
  2. Business Migration
  3. Family Migration

 

SKILLED BUSINESS PARTNER/PARENT
·      Client has qualifications and/or work experience for an occupation on the occupations list ·      Client has minimum 4 years of business ownership experience

·      Client has directly managed and operated the business

·      Client is sponsored by a partner who is an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident

·      Client is sponsored by their child because the child is an Australian citizen or Permanent Resident

TYPE OF PERMANENT VISAS:

·      Subclass 189 (Independent Skilled)

·      Subclass 190 (State/ Territory Sponsor)

TYPE OF PERMANENT VISAS:

·      Subclass 188 (Business Owner)

TYPE OF PERMANENT VISAS

·      Partner Visas

·      Parent Visas

 

When a client doesn’t fall in any of the above categories then you recommend the following pathway:

  STUDENT VISA GRADUATE VISA OR 482 TSS visa SKILLED OR EMPLOYER SPONSORED
Option 1 ·      Client migrates to Australia on a Student Visa and studies a course that leads to an occupation on the Skilled Occupations List (SOL list) ·      Client applies for a graduate visa to gain work experience in occupation ·      Client applies for subclass 189 or subclass 190
Option 2 ·      Client migrates to Australia on a Student Visa to study a course that leads to an occupation on the occupations list ·      Client finds an Australian Business to sponsor them on a subclass 482

·      Works for the Australian sponsor for a minimum of 3 years

·      Client applies for subclass 186 visa

There are pathways to  for DAMA visa holders

Contact us today for a commitment free briefing with our Registered Migration Agents in Melbourne to find more about your visa options.

Get in touch with your trusted registered Migration Agent in Melbourne and maximise your chances of becoming an Australian permanent resident. Other Temporary to Permanent visa options and how to become an Australian permanent resident: