General Skilled Migration to Australia - 6 Visa classes for working in Australia
- A job offer (sponsorship) from an Australian employer.
- A particular state or territory wishing to nominate an individual.
- A family member being able to act as the immigrant's sponsor.
- An person who have studied in Australia and now wants to work there.
- The applicant has sufficient points to make an independent application, i.e. without nomination, sponsorship or relevant studies.
The basic requirements for applying for general skilled migration to Australia
Applications for seneral skilled migration to Australia must meet some general requirements:
The General Skilled Migration classes
General skilled migration to Australia has six classes:
Independent Skilled (subclass 189)
Nominated Skilled (subclass 190)
Regional Provisional (subclass 489)
Temporary Graduate (subclass 485)
Recognised Graduate (subclass 476)
Skilled Regional (subclass 887)
Who can help you?
Only registered or exempt licensed immigration agents can assist you with skilled migration to Australia.
This means you must never use the services of an agent who does not appear on the MARA website.
Also beware of agents outside of Australia offering only DIBP numbers. This number looks very official but it is simply used for administrative purposes. A DIBP number does not represent and endorsement of the agent by the Australian government!
Please feel free to check the credentials of our registered migration agent's details on the official Migration Agents Registration Authority website.
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