How Can Apex Visas Help You with Skilled Migration to Australia?

People who wish to work in foreign countries like Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and Hong Kong require applying for Skilled Migration Visas. In order to procure this visa, a person needs to pass through certain parameters and points. These points are necessary to meet the criteria of the skilled permanent resident policy in any of these countries. Apex Visas Immigration can assist you with the same.

In Australia, there are three types of skilled visas. These include Skilled Independent Visa (Subclass 189), Skilled Nominated Visa (Subclass 190) and Skilled Regional Sponsored Visa (Subclass 489). The eligibility criteria, as well as the benefits of each subclass, differ from each other.

For example, Skilled Independent Visa (Subclass 189) can provide the right to permanently reside in Australia. It can also provide access to healthcare benefits listed under the Medicare and social security benefits. Moreover, people who have been staying for more than 4 years in Australia can apply for their citizenship. Thereafter, they can sponsor their families to get their own permanent rights to residency. Also, a person with the right to permanently reside can get dependents to reside with them if they comply with the Australian Immigration laws.

The benefits for people with Skilled Nominated Visa (Subclass 190) are similar to the Skilled Independent Visa (Subclass 189). But, these benefits don’t apply for the Skilled Regional Sponsored Visa (Subclass 489). Also, the eligibility and procedure to apply for all three visas differ from each other. E.g. in order to get one with Apex Visas, a person has to the assessment from Apex Visas. Upon getting a positive response the person can retain services and the case moves on to case processing which includes the assessment of documents. Thereafter, the candidate has to pass an IELTS test, show expression of interest or purpose of visit; goes through the DIBP application. After clearing these stages the Skilled Independent Visa (Subclass 189) is granted.

But, this slightly differs in the case of Skilled Nominated Visa (Subclass 190). All stages until the expression of interest remain the same. Thereafter, the candidate has to pass through the state sponsorship application, DIBP application and finally the visa is granted. Apex Visas Immigration can assist you to get a skilled visa(s) for Australia by guiding you throughout the application procedures as well as career opportunities.

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  1. wonderful information about immigration and different type of visas for Australia.

  2. Nice Site You are a skilled blogger..

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