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A permanent resident in Australia is a non-citizen holding a permanent visa. Such residents can live, study and work in the country without any restrictions. Moreover, they get most of the entitlements and rights of Australian citizens. They have access to Medicare scheme of the Australian Government.Ways to get a permanent resident – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Australian Permanent Residency - Important Facts and Notes - MoreVisas


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Important notes about Australian Permanent
Residency
  • MoreVisas

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Important notes about Australian Permanent
Residency 
  • Here are the answers for some common questions
    regarding gaining Australian permanent residency
  • Features of being an Australian permanent
    resident
  • A permanent resident in Australia is a
    non-citizen holding a permanent visa. Such
    residents can live, study and work in the country
    without any restrictions. Moreover, they get most
    of the entitlements and rights of Australian
    citizens. They have access to Medicare scheme of
    the Australian Government.

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Ways to get a permanent resident
  • Several international students opt to apply and
    seek a PR after completing their graduation. For
    this they must express the interest by using
    the Skill Select migration program of the
    D.I.P.B. It is online and serves applicants to
    get a consideration for a skilled visa, by
    submitting an EOI. They also need to give
    personal details and also nominate an
    occupation and all information regarding
    education/work experience. Other information
    pertains to their proficiency in English data of
    skill-assessment in the occupations investment
    experience, and business information.

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The Best option for graduates
  • The likely option for graduates is the Skilled
    Independent visa (subclass 189). The Subclass
    189 Skilled Independent Visa is a visa based on
    points exclusively for skilled workers in age
    group between 18 and 49 years. This also caters
    to people who do not get sponsorship of an
    employer/family member or are not nominated by
    the government of a state/territory.
  • Additionally it also permits living and working
    in Australia as a permanent resident. After
    submitting an EOI, applicants have to undergo
    assessment of their skills.

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Ways of improving chances of getting a Australia
PR
  • The ways of improving the chances of getting a PR
    include a stay in Australia after completion of
    the degree course, to get language skills and
    work experience, through the Temporary Graduate
    visa (subclass 485). Yet another is the
    completion of an advanced qualification. Moreover
    improving skills in English and completion of
    Professional Year Program also helps in a big
    way. PYPs are purely development programs, which
    focus on formal learning, workplace experience.
    Furthermore, they are available in Accounting,
    Engineering and Computer Sciences.

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Features of the points test
  • The aim of this test is to also determine the
    suitability of an applicant for a visa.
    Subsequent to the submission of an EOI,
    applicants need to score 60 points for receiving
    an invitation to apply for a visa. There are
    moreover, Points for age, ability in English
    language, qualifications, skill in employment,
    and study in Australia, partners skills, their
    qualifications or pursuing a study in a regional
    area.
  • Applicants get five points on completing a
    degree, trade qualifications or a diploma in a
    local institution. The eligibility norms of a
    course are

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  • Registry through the Commonwealth Register of
    Institutions and Courses for Overseas
    Students (CRICOS)
  • Completion in 16 months totally
  • Completion after two academic years of study
  • Additionally, the course must be in English
  • Course must be completed in Australia
  • Candidates must refer the Department of
    Immigration and Border Protection website for any
    type of informationFinally, the
    Application process for permanent residency has
    several steps. Candidates must conduct research
    about all options on the D.I.P.B website.

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