Whether you’re visiting Australia for tourism, business, job, study, or to see a family member, the type of visa you apply for is determined by the reason for your visit. Many countries’ passport holders can simply obtain a visa online, while others may need to submit a paper application at an Embassy or Consulate. Every year, more than 80,000 positions are available, with skilled migrants accounting for half of them. Around 32,000 are allocated to family migrants. Students from all around the world come to Australia to further their education.
An Australian visa is a document that authorizes you to visit Australia for a specific amount of time. Unlike most other countries, Australia does not stamp or label your passport with visa stamps or labels. Instead, your visa rights are stored electronically on an internet database, and an immigration officer will check the database to see if you have a visa when you arrive in Australia.
● Work visa
● Temporary entry visas
● Visitor visa
● Business visa
● Student visa
● Permanent entry visa
Work Visas are offered in two forms, each of which is granted in different conditions.
Temporary Residence with Work Rights-
This visa allows candidates to stay in Australia for up to four years and work. Sponsorship from an employer is the most important condition. You can apply for this visa once your company organizes it from Australia and the sponsorship is authorized.
If you want to work part-time or temporarily to augment your income while on vacation, you can apply for this visa. Applicants must be between the ages of 18 and 26 to be considered. Citizens of Canada, Korea, Japan, Ireland, the Netherlands, Malta, and the United Kingdom are eligible for this visa.
The following fall under working visas-
● Global Talent Visa (Subclass 858)
● Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (Subclass 187)
● Employer Nomination Scheme (Subclass 186)
● Permanent Residence Visa (Subclass 191) – Skilled Regional
● Skilled Independent Visa (Subclass 189)
● Skilled Nominated Visa (Subclass 190)
● Skilled Employer-Sponsored Regional Visa (Subclass 494) – Provisional
● Skilled Work Regional Visa (Subclass 491) – Provisional
● Skilled Recognised-Graduate Visa (Subclass 476)
● Skilled Regional Visa (Subclass 887)
● Temporary Work Visa (Subclass 403) – International Relations
● Temporary Skill Shortage Visa (Subclass 482)
● Temporary Activity Visa (Subclass 408)
● Temporary Graduate Visa (Subclass 485)
● Temporary Work Visa (Subclass 400) – Short Stay Specialist
This visa is for potential migrants who want to come to Australia for specific reasons that will benefit the country. This visa focuses on skilled work, social relations, cultural relations, and international relations, and gives them a priority. In many situations, the visa prohibits you from changing your employment, location, or time in Australia without first obtaining approval. This authorization can be sought in writing from the Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs in Australia’s nearest State, Regional, or Territory office.
As a citizen of a nation other than New Zealand, you will require a visa or an Electronic Travel Authority to merely visit Australia. You can stay in Australia for up to three months if you have a Standard Visitor’s visa. The visa is valid for one year after it is issued and can be used for numerous trips. This visa does not allow you to work in Australia. You can apply for a long-stay visa, which is valid for up to 6 months if you intend to stay longer. In most cases, visitor visa applications are processed within 24 hours. The followings fall under this category-
● Tourist Visa (Subclass 600)
● Electronic Travel Authority (Subclass 601)
● eVisitor (Subclass 651)
● Medical Treatment Visa (Subclass 602)
This visa option is available if you need to enter Australia for business purposes. This is a Business (Short Stay) visa that permits a businessperson to travel around Australia without restrictions. Each visit can last up to three months. The visa’s validity is up to you, and it can be extended for up to the life of your passport or 5 years, whichever comes first.
Students may apply for a visa under this category if they desire to study full-time in Australia on a registered programme. Students are allowed to work 20 hours per week during their course while the institution is in session. While the institution is not in session, the work is unrestricted. Consult a registered immigration expert for any specific kind of Student Visa services for Australia.
The followings fall under student and training visas-
● Student Visa (Subclass 500)
● Training Visa (Subclass 407)
● Student Guardian Visa (Subclass 590)
You can apply for permanent residency in Australia under one of two categories:
The Migration Program–
This programme is for people who want to permanently relocate to Australia.
The Humanitarian Program–
This programme assists refugees and those in similar situations.
Australia chooses potential migrants based on a number of characteristics, including skills, monetary resources, age, ability to communicate in english, family, business, or health.
Race, culture, and gender are not taken into account in the migration scheme. Australia prefers migrants with qualifications and abilities that will contribute to the country’s economic and social development.
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