189, 190, 489, Independent Migration, Permanent Residency, Live & Work Visas…
If the above acronyms are confusing don’t worry, you’re not alone and it’s usually a relief to find out that they all relate to the general outcome of emigrating to Australia although each visa class has their own separate rules, eligibility and holder rights.
If you dream of emigrating to Australia to start a new life ‘Down Under’ these visa classes will turn your dream into a reality.
189 Skilled Visa
To be eligible for a 189 Visa Class a prospective applicant must:
190 Skilled Visa
The 190 visa class carries the same rights and privileges as the 189 with one difference.
The 190 has an element of State Nomination, which means that a holder is expected to live and work in the Nominating State for a period of two years, after which time they are free to live and work anywhere in Australia.
By granting State Nomination prospective applicants are awarded 5 extra Immigration Points which is great news for applicants only scoring 60 points as it makes their overall application eligible for migration.
To be eligible for a 190 Visa Class a prospective applicant must:
489 Visa Skilled Visa
The 489 subclass is a visa type issued on a State by State basis and requires the holder reside in a non metropolitan area with the following benefits
With many collective years of experience the team at Australia Made Simple specialize in all types of Skilled Migration Visas for Private Families and Individuals. Take our free visa assessment for a full breakdown of your eligibility to Emigrate to Australia via one of the Skilled Visas Pathways.