What is a Skilled Independent Visa to Australia?

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A Subclass-189 Skilled Independent Permanent Resident Visa allows immigrants to Australia to live and work in the country for an unlimited timeframe in any state or territory. They are allowed to enroll in Australia’s Medicare health system and study at an educational institution.

Immigrants with the PR visa will be allowed to sponsor family members to apply for an Australian visa, and if eligible, get social security benefits after living in the country for a certain period of time. They will be able to travel to and from the country, be allowed to start a business, be permitted to purchase property or a home and apply to become an Australian citizen after residing in Australia for four years and completing other criteria.

If you are considering applying for a Skilled Independent Visa, contact the Australia Immigration Agency. This private organization helps people around the world like you apply for the required visa to live and work in the country. Start the immigration process today!

The Subclass-189 Skilled Independent PR Visa to Australia doesn’t require the worker from abroad to be sponsored or nominated by an employer, territory, state, or family member. The worker must obtain at least 65 points for the overall score, which is based on age, English language abilities, educational qualifications, skilled work experience, partner skills, and additional factors.

There are other requirements such as: being skilled in a Skilled Occupation listed for the visa subclass, being given a suitable Skills Assessment, submitting an Expression of Interest showing the required details, having at least a “competent” English language ability, being under 45 years of age when the Invitation to Apply is awarded, and additional criteria.

Contact the Australia Immigration Agency for help with the immigration process.