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Service 1

This visa allows you to study a full-time course with a recognized education provider in Australia for up to 5 years.

Eligibility:

To be granted a Student Visa (subclass 500), you must meet certain key requirements:

  • Enrolment in registered course
  • Country and education provider risk
  • Genuine temporary entrant
  • English language proficiency
  • Financial capacity

To be granted a student visa, you must also satisfy the general requirements that are applicable to all student visa applicants. General requirements include you being of good character and sound health, and having acceptable health insurance and no outstanding debts to the Commonwealth of Australia.

We do not advise students on which course or study they should undertake for permanent residency purposes. The skilled occupations list is extremely dynamic and is updated by the Australian Government consistently. For any students deciding what to study, our advice is to choose a course that interests you and will offer you a successful career pathway.

Our Qualified Education Agent Counsellor can assist you with:

  • Course selection
  • Enrolment for preferred course
  • Preparing and lodging your Student visa application

Service 2

Generally, a citizen of a foreign country who wishes to enter the United States must first obtain a visa, either a nonimmigrant visa for a temporary stay, or an immigrant visa for permanent residence. Visitor visas are nonimmigrant visas for persons who want to enter the United States temporarily for business (visa category B-1), for tourism (visa category B-2), or for a combination of both purposes (B-1/B-2).

Here are some examples of activities permitted with a visitor visa

Business (B-1)

  • Consult with business associates
  • Attend a scientific, educational, professional, or business convention or conference
  • Settle an estate
  • Negotiate a contract

Tourism (B-2)

  • Tourism
  • Vacation (holiday)
  • Visit with friends or relatives
  • Medical treatment
  • Participation in social events hosted by fraternal, social, or service organizations
  • Participation by amateurs in musical, sports, or similar events or contests, if not being paid for participating
  • Enrollment in a short recreational course of study, not for credit toward a degree (for example, a two-day cooking class while on vacation)

Travel Purposes Not Permitted On Visitor Visas

These are some examples of activities that require different categories of visas and cannot be done while on a visitor visa:

  • Study
  • Employment
  • Paid performances, or any professional performance before a paying audience
  • Arrival as a crewmember on a ship or aircraft
  • Work as foreign press, in radio, film, print journalism, or other information media
  • Permanent residence in the United States

service 3

(a) REFUGEE VISA AUSTRALIA

Australia’s refugee visa is an integral part of the country’s contribution to protect international refugees and is designed to meet specific requirements of these entrants.

If you are located outside Australia and seeking protection in the country, you may be eligible for refugee visa Australia that will let you resettle in the country on refugee or humanitarian grounds. This visa is for you if you are persecuted in your home country and considering resettlement in Australia as a refugee.

For resettlement, you may need to be referred by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees to the Government of Australia.

Eligibility:

  • From outside Australia
  • Living outside your home country
  • Subject to persecution in your home country

Identified as a refugee or subject to substantial discrimination causing gross violation of human rights in your home country or deemed to be in humanitarian need

You must be outside Australia when the visa application is lodged and when the application is granted.

There must also be compelling reasons for the decision maker to give special consideration to grant your visa. This is general to all permanent visa subclasses under Australia’s offshore Humanitarian Programme and involves assessing several factors like

  • The extent of your connection to Australia
  • The degree of discrimination or persecution to which you are subject to in your home country
  • Whether there is any other suitable country that can provide your resettlement and protection

If anyone from your immediate family has been granted refugee visa in the past 5 years, they have the eligibility to propose you from this visa under the provisions of “spilt family.”

(b) This visa allows you to study a full-time course with a recognized education provider in Australia for up to 5 years.

Eligibility:

To be granted a Student Visa (subclass 500), you must meet certain key requirements:

  • Enrolment in registered course
  • Country and education provider risk
  • Genuine temporary entrant
  • English language proficiency
  • Financial capacity

To be granted a student visa, you must also satisfy the general requirements that are applicable to all student visa applicants. General requirements include you being of good character and sound health, and having acceptable health insurance and no outstanding debts to the Commonwealth of Australia.

We do not advise students on which course or study they should undertake for permanent residency purposes. The skilled occupations list is extremely dynamic and is updated by the Australian Government consistently. For any students deciding what to study, our advice is to choose a course that interests you and will offer you a successful career pathway.

Our Qualified Education Agent Counsellor can assist you with:

  • Course selection
  • Enrolment for preferred course
  • Preparing and lodging your Student visa application

(c) Family is precious; getting to live in Australia is also precious.

As you embark on this new journey you will need a strong captain that has the practical experience and knowledge to chart the best Parent Visa course for you and your loved ones.

What GNT Immigration does is provide families, like yourselves, with our 4-stage strategic visa procedure; which works to reduce your ultimate stress, ensures you have all the right information so you and your family are prepared thoroughly; thereby improving your parent(s) chances of success to secure the required visa so you can be together, call Australia home and enjoy the  lifestyle.

GNT Immigration is your compass on your migration journey

Conditions

  • contributory parent visa temporary is one that your parent(s) apply for outside or inside of Australia
  • There is a requirement that your parent(s) satisfy the Balance of family test. The test is that the parent must have 50{cb8a7aea3d4c3682a216f89821f0b6d441e47924480d8b66acf8b8c6472427b6} or more of their children as Australian Citizens, Australian permanent or eligible New Zealand citizens.
  • This visa can only be granted while your parent(s) are outside of Australia). There is no bridging visa attached to this visa application. Therefore your parent(s) would need to remain in their home country until the grant of the visa.
  • But parents can apply for tourist visas to stay in Australia for periods of time.
  • There is a possibility that while applying for a tourist visa, your parents may be granted one with a 2 year duration, multiple entries and up to 12 months stay per entry. However, this is not guaranteed and is at the discretion of the case officer at the time.
  • This is a 2 stage visa application process.

(d) SUBCLASS 820 & 801

The Partner visas (subclasses 820 and 801) allow the partner or spouse of an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen to live in Australia.

The temporary Partner visa (subclass 820) is granted first and lets you stay in Australia while the permanent Partner visa (subclass 801) is processed.

Eligibility:

You must be married or in a de facto relationship with:

  • An Australian citizen
  • An Australian permanent resident
  • An eligible New Zealand citizen.

Your marriage must be valid under Australian law. This means you must have parental permission if you are 16 or 17 years of age.

You must have been in a de facto relationship for at least 12 months.

Length of stay

  • On the temporary 820 visa, you can stay until a decision is made on your permanent Partner visa (subclass 801).
  • On the permanent 801 visa, you can stay permanently.

(e) Subclass 485

This visa is for international students who have recently graduated from an Australian educational institution.

It lets you live, study and work in Australia temporarily after you have finished your studies. Students are only able to access the Temporary Graduate visa (subclass 485) once as a primary applicant.

The visa has two streams:

  • Graduate Work stream
  • Post-Study Work stream

If you are applying as the main applicant, you and anybody else covered by the application must be in Australia when you apply for this visa and when your visa is decided.

Eligibility:

You must:

  • Be under 50 years of age
  • Hold an eligible visa
  • Have a recent qualification in a CRICOS-registered course
  • Meet additional requirements of the relevant stream

The qualification must either:

  • Relate to an occupation on the skilled occupation list (Graduate Work stream)
  • Be a higher education degree (Post-Study Work stream)

Length of stay

  • Graduate Work stream – 18 months
  • Post-Study Work stream – two to four years

(f) Employer Nomination Scheme (Subclass 186)

This scheme is designed for Australian employers to recruit workers to satisfy genuine shortages for specific skills that cannot be filled from the Australian labour market, at the same time enabling Australia to compete globally. Employees can be either overseas or temporary residents currently in Australia, but they need to be highly skilled workers.

The ENS process comprises two steps:

  • Employer nomination of the applicant
  • Nominee’s application

The nomination must be lodged before the nominee’s application.

In addition to other criteria, the position must correspond to a skilled occupation that appears on a list of occupations gazetted for the purposes of the ENS (it is called the CSOL list).

The nominee must meet all the eligibility criteria, the most important of which is that:

In the “Direct Entry” pathway, the nominee must obtain a full skills assessment and have three years of work experience in the relevant occupation.

In the “457 Transitional” pathway the nominee must have been working full-time in Australia in the nominated occupation AND with the same nominating employer on a temporary residence “457” or similar visa for at least 2 years prior to the visa application.

Nominees also need to be under 50 years of age and have vocational English.

In case the nomination is not approved, the decision is reviewable by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT). We provide services and representation at the AAT. Find out how we can assist you in the AAT process.

If the nominee fails to meet the regulatory criteria for a visa, the employer will be not be able to recruit someone else using the same “approved” nomination i.e. a fresh nomination will need to be submitted for the new employee (nominee). The new nominee must lodge their application within 6 months of the approval of the original nomination.

Eligibility:

The Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS) allows overseas workers or temporary workers in Australia to be sponsored for permanent positions that the employer has been unable to fill from within the Australian labour market or through their own training efforts.

The Employer Nomination Scheme visa application process is made up of two important stages:

1. Nomination by the employer

The Australian employer must obtain sponsorship status. To obtain sponsorship, the employer must:

demonstrate that they are actively and lawfully operating in Australia
have a commitment to training existing employees

Once the employer has demonstrated they satisfy the sponsorship criteria, the position to be filled (or nominated) must also meet certain requirements. For example, the position must be full time for at least 3 years and be on the gazetted list of approved occupations for this category.

2. Visa application

Once the nomination has been approved, the visa application must be lodged within six (6) months. The visa application must be lodged at the same Business Centre of DIAC as the corresponding nomination, even if the nominee is outside Australia. Applicants are also required to satisfy certain health and character requirements in order to meet the visa criteria.

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