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Our registered migration consultant shares information about a Subclass 190 visa

To build your career and a permanent life in Australia, make sure you check out the Subclass 190 visa. What can you benefit from this visa? Let’s find out in this article.

 

 

What is a Subclass 190 visa?

The Skilled Nominated visa (subclass 190) is a permanent residency skilled migration visa aimed at professionals already living and working in a State or Territory with skills that are on the demands of that State/Territory.

The subclass 190 is a points-tested visa.

 

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What is a Skilled Nominated Visa?

 

The benefits of a Subclass 190 visa

  • Staying in Australia as a permanent resident.
  • Having full rights of working and studying.
  • Being eligible for Australian medicare.
  • Being able to sponsor relatives.
  • Traveling in and out of Australia for up to 5 years.
  • Applying for Australian citizenship when you meet requirements.

 

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Benefits when holding a Skilled Nominated Visa

 

For more information about the benefits of the Subclass 190 visa, contact VEM today. Our professional migration consultant who is licensed by the Australian Government (MARN: 1577877) will support you to make the best use of these benefits.

The requirements of a Subclass 190 visa

To be eligible for a Subclass 190 visa, you need to meet the following requirements:

  • Must be under 45 years old.
  • Must be nominated by an Australian state or territory government agency.
  • Must have an occupation on the skilled lists.
  • Must have suitable skills assessment for the nominated occupation.
  • Must score at least 65 migration points.
  • Must satisfy health, character and English requirements.
  • Must not have had a visa cancelled or an application refused.
  • Submit an expression of interest (EOI)

Moreover, you may want to consider applying for a Skilled Work Regional visa – Subclass 491. This visa was released on 16th November, 2019.

This is one of many provisional visas that will be the first foundation for you before applying for a Subclass 190 visa.

The cost of a Subclass 190 visa

 

The Subclass 190 visa fee is 4,045AUD (not including 1.4% surcharge) for the main applicant. There is an additional fee for each family member who applies for the visa with you.

 

You are also required to pay for health and police checks.

When there’s a visa rejection, any kind of refund is not allowed. Moreover, when the Department of Home Affairs doesn’t approve your visa for the first time, any further visa applications will be much more difficult and much more complex.

Therefore, it’s really important to choose a professional registered migration agency.

Processing times of a Subclass 190 visa

 

75% of applications 10 months
90% of applications 13 months

 

However due to COVID-19, the processing times may vary. Thanks to being a member of the Australian Migration Institute (MIA: 12648), Mr Phong Cao is always updated with the latest changes about Australian visas.

That’s why when working with VEM, your documents will be properly prepared according to the Australian Migration regulations.

Step by step of a Subclass 190 visa

  • Step 1: Checking if your occupation is on the skilled occupation list and having 65 immigration points.
  • Step 2: Submitting Expression of Interest (EOI) in the SkillSelect.
  • Step 3: Waiting for an invitation to apply for this visa.
  • Step 4: Gathering your documents.
  • Step 5: Applying for the Subclass 190 visa within 60 days of invitation.

What documents are required for a Subclass 190 visa

  • Identity documents.
  • Relationship documents (if married).
  • IELTS certificates.
  • Skills Assessment documents.
  • Job offer letter
  • Documents for tax payment, salary payment and pension payment.
  • Bank confirmation of salary payment.

 

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Documents required for a Skilled Nominated visa

 

Things to notice when applying for a Subclass 190 visa

When receiving an invitation to apply from the state or territory, you have 60 days to gather your documents. All state and territory government agencies have their own criterias for deciding who they will nominate.

 

The higher your score is, the better the chance for you to get nominated. The state and territory government agencies will take your Expression of Interest (EOI) into account.

 

That’s why you should contact VEM for immediate consultancy. Our professional migration consultant has more than 10 years of experience in Australian visas. He’ll be able to assist you to complete your EOI as good as possible.

Frequently asked questions

What is a Subclass 190 visa?

The Skilled Nominated visa (subclass 190) is a permanent residency skilled migration visa aimed at professionals already living and working in a State or Territory with skills that are on the demands of that State/Territory.

What is the step-by-step process of a Subclass 190 visa?

Skill assessment: 4-12 weeks
Nominated invitation: 4-8 weeks (depends on the state and territory)
Processing time: 8-11 months (depends on each application circumstances)

To ensure that your application is properly prepared according to the Australian Migration laws, you should choose VEM to carry out your application. We are a registered migration agency.

In addition, Mr Phong Cao (CEO of VEM) will directly consult and assist you throughout your visa application process.


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VEM hopes this article gives you an overall understanding of the Subclass 190 visa. If there’s any questions, don’t hesitate to comment below. We’ll contact you as soon as possible.

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