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The Skilled Independent Subclass 189 visa is a points-tested permanent visa for skilled workers who are not sponsored by an Australian employer, family member or nominated by a state/territory. To be eligible for this visa, applicants must score at least 65 points on the point assessment. To apply for this visa, applicants must first submit an expression of interest (EOI) and be invited by Skill Select to apply. Once an invitation to apply (ITA) is received, applicants have 60 days to submit their application. Upon approval, the holder of the visa and accompanying family members can live, work, and study in Australia as permanent residents.
A permanent visa allows you to:
To be eligible for a Skilled Independent Subclass 189 Visa, candidates must:
Gather all the required documents thoroughly, as any mistake can negatively impact your application. Double-check with Australian immigration officials to avoid delays in the processing of your application.
Step 1: Ensure that occupation is on the skilled list and score over 65 points
Step 2: Our migration agents file with the immigration department your expression of interest (EOI)
Step 3: Await receipt of an invitation to apply (ITA) for the visa from the immigration department
Step 4: Our experts file for your visa and communicate with the immigration department till a decision is taken
Step 5: After receiving the visa approval, you and your family migrate to Australia
To apply for the Skilled Independent Subclass 189 Visa, you must:
Note. PNP nomination=600 CRS points
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