Unless you hold Australian permanent residency or citizenship, you will need certain kinds of visas for different activities when you enter Australia. Fortunately, the Australian visa system is one of the world’s most advanced, with a number of well-established visa application pathways. At Career of the Day Migration Services, we welcome you contact us so that we can give you some further guidance on the below services:
Business visas are those which allow an investor to enter Australia for business purposes. This has three major types which are Business Innovation and Investment (subclass 188), Business Talent (subclass 132), and Investor Retirement (subclass 405). The subclass 188 is a temporary visa for those who have a provisional business and it has four streams which are Business Innovation Stream, Investor Stream, Significant Investor Stream, and Premium Investor Stream.
This visa allows non-Australians to work and reside in Australia. There are different visas under skilled migration and some of them are Skilled Regional (489), Skilled Nominated (190), and Skilled Independent (189). This visa is available for those who are under the age of 50 and a Point Test will be done to determine the suitability of the individual for the visa and to be invited to apply.
There are certain businesses and employers who sponsor the visa of their employees for business and work-related reasons. There are different types of visas under the Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS) and some are Temporary Work Visa (457), ENS (186), Regional Sponsored (RSMS) (187), Working Holiday (417) and Work and Holiday (462).
Study visas are available for students who wish to take up their studies in Australia. Changes are underway to simplify the visa options when it comes to studying in Australia. Studying in Australia covers primary and secondary schooling and their guardians, and goes all the way up to postgraduate research.
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Other than the major visas which have been mentioned, visitor visas, bridging visas and resident return visas are also available. Visitor visas are for individuals or families who wish to enter the country as visitors or tourists to spend their time in various known places in the country. Bridging visa is a temporary one which extends the stay of a person with a temporary visa.
For more information on our migration services, visit: http://www.australiancareermigration.com.au/visa-types-services/ or visit our Contact Us page for an obligation free chat.