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GSM Visa comes under the Skilled Migration Program. Its purpose 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.
GSM visa is primarily meant for skilled workers who wish to live and work in Australia on a permanent basis. It is also applicable to individuals who can get sponsorship of an Australian employer.
Asia Pacific Group provides consultation, assessment and visa services for GSM category.
Currently, there are following visa options in skilled migration category:
Submission of an EOI (Expression of Interest)
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 that 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:
The Regional Sponsored Visa (Subclass 491) is designed to encourage skilled workers and their families to live and work in specified regional or low-population parts of Australia for up to four years.
Applicants can be sponsored by either a relative who is living in a designated area or a State or Territory Government to be eligible.
Three new visas have been introduced to assist the designated regional areas of Australia. The visas will come in effect from Mid of November 2019. The designated regional areas will include all of Australia except for Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane and the Gold Coast.
New Visas Introduced Include:
You must be Nominated by an Australian State or Territory. Each State and Territory Government have their own list of eligible occupations and may have specific requirements for skills and work experience.
Your occupation must be on the relevant list of eligible skilled occupations.
You must perform a successful skill assessment through the authorised assessing authority to show that you have the skills and qualifications to work in your chosen occupation.
You may be able to apply for this if you are sponsored by an eligible relative living in a designated area.
An eligible relative must be either an Australian citizen, permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen. An eligible relative must also be one of the following to the applicant:
Applicants who have been sponsored by a relative for two years and have worked full time for at least 12 months in a regional or low population area may qualify for a Skilled Regional Subclass 191 Permanent Visa.
Choosing the right occupation in which to apply for skills assessment is critical and can affect your points score and eligibility for state-sponsored options. We at Asia Pacific Group have handled applications for all skilled migration subclasses and most skills assessing authorities. We can assist you in navigating the options to reach a successful outcome.
We can help you with smooth processing of GSM visas along with thorough consultations, assessment and submission of right documents without any error.
19 Sep 2020
Quite happy with my application as everything was done smoothly and on time.
19 Sep 2020
They are very professional and provide timely services which are also the best in the market.
As the new changes are going to be extremely complicated for your understanding, we suggest you consult one of our experts. Please feel free to fill our Quick Contact Form and one of our experts will get in touch with you!