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Ways to enter Australia on PR (Permanent Residence)

April 27, 2021BY Admin

An Australian permanent resident and an Australian citizen are not the same.

Ways to enter Australia on PR (Permanent Residence) are as:-

  1. GSM (General skilled migration).
  2. Business migration.
  3. Employment migration.
  4. Graduate visa.

A) Skilled – Independent Visa | Subclass 189
B) Skilled – Nominated visa | Subclass 190

With subclass 189, 190 visa, you can stay permanently in Australia. Applications take 8-11 months processing time.

With this visa, you can:-

  • work and study anywhere in Australia
  • sponsor eligible relatives for permanent residence
  • apply for Australian citizenship, if eligible

You must:-

  • Have an occupation on the relevant skilled occupation list
  • Have a suitable skills assessment for the occupation
  • Be invited to apply for this visa

C) Skilled – Regional state visa | Subclass 491
With this visa, you can stay up to 4 years in Australia. Applications take 7-10 months processing time.

With this visa, you can:-

  • Stay in Australia for up to 4 years.
  • Live, work, and study in a specified region of Australia.
  • Travel to and from Australia as many times as you want, while the visa is valid

You must:-

  • Be nominated to apply by a state or territory government agency, or an eligible relative must sponsor you.
  • Have an occupation on the relevant skilled occupation list
  • Have a suitable skills assessment for the occupation

Apply for PR visa from any country with this steps:

Step 1 – Choose your occupation from SOL
Step 2 – Meet points as per the country’s Points calculator
Step 3 – Lodge EOI with help of Skill Select
Step 4 – Receive ITA
Step 5 – Submit Australia Permanent Residency application
Step 6 – Get medical and police clearances
Step 7 – You receive PR grant to migrate

Benefits as a permanent resident of Australia, you generally can:

  • remain in Australia indefinitely
  • work and study in Australia
  • enrol in Australia’s national health scheme, Medicare
  • apply for bank loans to buy property
  • sponsor eligible relatives for permanent residence
  • apply for Australian citizenship, if eligible
  • travel to and from Australia for as long as your travel facility permits. Please see Overseas travel as a permanent resident.
  • attend free English language classes provided by the Adult Migrant English Program
  • work in New Zealand

Note: You may also qualify for other government benefits and services. If you hold a permanent visa, but you are not residing in Australia, your eligibility for the above may be impacted.

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