Australia is one overseas destination that enjoys unmatched popularity amongst the migrants– especially amongst those equipped with skills and qualifications which may be of much use for the said country. No wonder, the nation gets a large number of visa petitions from across the world, and mostly from such people. Immigration Australia has several visa categories to meet the varied requirements of its own and that of its visa applicants.
Of all the Australian Skilled Permits, skilled-nominated subclass 190 visa is rather famous and much in demand amongst the overseas skilled workers who could be interested to do well in life abroad. As it is too well known, this is basically a permanent permit for those who may not be in a position to cater to the specific requirements of the Skilled – independent migrant visa.
The aspirants should either have sponsorship from a qualified relative staying inside Australia, or possess nomination from the government of an Australian state or territory. The candidates are also required to sail through a points based test system. The visa holders are entitled to stay and do a job anywhere across the length and breadth of the Kangaroo Land. Some family members may be made a part of the petition.
In order to present a fully valid petition for Skilled–Nominated (subclass 190) Visa,the aspirantsrequire to come-up with an Expression of Interest (EOI), via SkillSelect which is basically an online facility which allows the skilled employees interested to move to the Kangaroo Land to get their facts properly recorded, so that their applications may be weighed-in for a qualified permit, via an EOI.
The interested applicants may be come across and duly offered with a nomination for skilled permits by the Australian recruiters/firms or territory and state administrations, or they may be sent invites by the government of the nation to file a visa petition. The aspirants may do so from inside or outside the shores of Down Under. In case one is nominated by an Australian state or territory even as he fulfills the primary requirements for the said permit, he will get an invite to submit an application.
Certain primary requirements need to be catered to successfully apply for Skilled–Nominated (subclass 190) Visa. To begin with, the applicant must have an invite to apply for this permit; he should not be above 50 years at the time of being sent an invite to apply; he should choose a line of work which matches his qualifications and knowledge and which is stated on the pertinent skilled occupation list (SOL); he must have his qualifications suitably examined by the concerned Australian body; he must have handy knowledge of the English language; he must gain not less than 60 test points; he should cater to the requirements related to character & health.
Aspirants for Skilled–Nominated (subclass 190) Visa should either have sponsorship from a qualified relative staying inside Australia, or possess nomination from the government of an Australian state or territory. The candidates are also required to sail through a points based test system. The visa holders are entitled to stay and do a job anywhere across the length and breadth of the Kangaroo Land. Some family members may be made a part of the visa-petition.