The purpose of the Skilled Migration Program is to attract highly employable people for migration to Australia. It is the most common forms of migration to Australia, and it is one of the core areas of Asia Pacific's expertise.
There are a variety of skilled migration options:
Skilled Independent Subclass 189
Skilled Nominated Subclass 190
Skilled Regional Provisional Subclass 489
Skilled Regional Subclass 887
Graduate Temporary Subclass 485
Recognised Graduate Subclass 476
06 Jun 2019
Very well supported by the staff and shared each and every information regarding my visa application, very thankful to Mona mam for her guidance. Got my student visa within 10 days. Thanks to the staff for such an impressive file work. Also want to recommend to the students if they want to apply for their study visa. Th@nkyou
23 May 2019
I have been granted tourist visa through Asia Pacific. I am very happy, Jyoti mam made efforts on my file. Thank you so much 😊
The first step to apply for this visa is to submit an expression of interest (EOI) and then be invited through SkillSelect to apply. On the grounds of people entering and leaving SkillSelect, there is always a change in ranking which makes you unable to view your ranking position after submitting your EOI. To access the professions falling under this category, select SOL.
The holders of Skilled Independent subclass 189 visa will avail following benefits:
This is a permanent visa which requires nomination by an Australian State or Territory government. Each State and Territory Government publishes a list of occupations in short supply in their area. There may be specific requirements in terms of work experience, English language ability or specialised skills. The applicable occupations list, if nominated by a state or territory government, is the Skilled Occupation List (SOL) or Consolidated Skilled Occupations List (CSOL).
The holders of Skilled Nominated subclass 190 visa will avail following benefits: