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Australia has become a new horizon for people who want to take a huge step in their life. Aside from its lively cities and incredible landscapes, many people anticipate its wide range of career opportunities at all levels: skilled workers are in demand, and jobs in the country pay really well – enough to sustain their needs and wants.

With Australia’s outstanding economy, the people not only are deciding to work there but also in hopes of getting a Permanent Residency for a better future. Given its numerous advantages, we at PSACI Create Your Career will help you get work as we are more willing to give that kind of experience for you.

However, it won’t be that easy which is why our registered migration agents will be there for you to help facilitate the process. They will take care of everything from your visa, and even until you settle in the Great Southern Land.

For the most part, we can help you obtain your Permanent Residency or Citizenship while you’re having the best days of your life in Australia.

OVERVIEW

VISAS

AVAILABLE

MEDIUM TO LONG TERM

SHORTAGE SKILLS LIST 

*Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, we are currently catering 3 types of visa. 

SKILLED INDEPENDENT VISA

This visa is for invited workers and New Zealand citizens with skills we need, to live and work permanently anywhere in Australia.

Points-tested stream

This visa lets invited workers with skills we need live and work permanently anywhere in Australia.

With this visa, you can

  • work and study anywhere in Australia

  • sponsor eligible relatives for permanent residence

  • if eligible, become an Australian citizen

You must

  • have an occupation on the relevant skilled occupation list

  • have a suitable skills assessment for the occupation

  • be invited to apply for this visa

  • satisfy the points test

Stay

  • Permanently

Cost

  • From AUD4,045

Processing times

  • 75% of applications: 6 months

  • 90% of applications: 12 months

How long you can stay

This is a permanent visa. It lets you stay in Australia indefinitely. The visa has a travel component that expires 5 years after the date of visa grant.

You become a permanent resident on the day we grant the visa.

For citizenship purposes, your permanent residence starts on the day:

  • we grant the visa if you are in Australia

  • you enter Australia on this visa if you are outside Australia

Include family

You can include members of the family unit in your application. You can:

  • include them when you lodge your visa application

  • add them after you lodge your application but before we decide on your visa. 

Family members who apply for the visa must meet our health and character requirements.

If your partner or dependent children are not included in this application, tell us the reason why (for example, they already hold Australian citizenship or are a permanent resident).

SKILLED NOMINATED VISA

This visa lets nominated skilled workers live and work in Australia as permanent residents.

Points-tested stream

With this visa, you can

  • work and study anywhere in Australia

  • sponsor eligible relatives for permanent residence

  • if eligible, become an Australian citizen

You must

  • have an occupation on the relevant skilled list

  • have a suitable skills assessment for the occupation

  • be invited to apply for this visa

  • satisfy the points test

Stay

  • Permanently

Cost

  • From AUD4,045

Processing times

  • 75% of applications: 6 months

  • 90% of applications: 12 months

How long you can stay

This is a permanent visa. It lets you stay in Australia indefinitely. The visa has a travel component that expires 5 years after the date of visa grant.

You become a permanent resident on the day we grant the visa.

For citizenship purposes, your permanent residence starts on the day:

  • we grant the visa if you are in Australia

  • you enter Australia on this visa if you are outside Australia

Include family

You can include members of the family unit in your application. You can:

  • include them when you lodge your visa application

  • add them after you lodge your application but before we decide on your visa. 

Family members who apply for the visa must meet our health and character requirements.

If your partner or dependent children are not included in this application, tell us the reason why (for example, they already hold Australian citizenship or are a permanent resident).

SKILLED WORK REGIONAL (PROVINSIONAL) VISA

A visa for skilled people nominated by a state or territory government to live and work in regional Australia

Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) visa - Main applicant

This is a provisional visa. It is for skilled workers who want to live and work in regional Australia

With this visa, you can

  • stay in Australia for 5 years

  • live, work and study in a designated regional area of Australia

  • travel to and from Australia as many times as you want, while the visa is valid

  • apply for permanent residence, if eligible, through the Permanent Residence (Skilled Regional) visa (subclass 191) – which commences on 16 November 2022.

Stay

  • Permanently

Cost

  • From AUD4,045

Processing times

  • There are no standard processing times available for this pathway

You must

  • be nominated to apply by a state or territory government agency, or an eligible relative must sponsor you

  • have an occupation on a relevant skilled occupation list

  • have a suitable skills assessment for the occupation

  • be invited to apply

  • satisfy the points test

How long you can stay

This is a temporary visa. You can stay in Australia for 5 years from the date we grant your visa.

Designated regional area

  • You and all members of your family unit who are also holders of the visa, will need to live work and study in a designated regional area of Australia. Your nomination must not be withdrawn, or you will not be granted the visa.

Include family

You can include members of the family unit in your application. You can:

  • include them when you submit your visa application

  • add a dependent child after you submit but before we decide on your visa application.

Family members who apply for the visa must meet our health and character requirements.

Family members not accompanying you to Australia might also need to meet our health and character requirements.

If your partner or dependent children are not included in this application, tell us the reason why (for example, they already hold Australian citizenship or are a permanent resident).

Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) visa – Subsequent entrant

This visa is for a member of the family unit of someone who holds a Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) visa 

With this visa, you can

  • stay in Australia for 5 years

  • live, work and study in a designated regional area of Australia

  • travel to and from Australia as many times as you want, while the visa is valid

  • apply for permanent residence, if eligible, through the Permanent Residence (Skilled Regional) visa 

Stay

  • Until the visa that your family member holds ends.

Cost

  • From AUD4,045

Processing times

  • There are no standard processing times available for this pathway

You must

  • be one of the members of the family unit, of a Skilled Work Regional ( Provisional ) Visa holder.

How long you can stay

This is a temporary visa. You can stay in Australia for 5 years from the date we grant your visa.

Designated regional area

You will need to live, work and study only in a designated area.

Include family

You can include members of the family unit in your application. You can:

  • include them when you submit your visa application

  • add a dependent child after you submit but before we decide on your visa application.

Family members who apply for the visa must meet our health and character requirements.

Family members not accompanying you to Australia might also need to meet our health and character requirements.

If your partner or dependent children are not included in this application, tell us the reason why (for example, they already hold Australian citizenship or are a permanent resident).

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  • engineering manager

  • child care centre manager

  • nursing clinical director

  • primary health organisation manager

  • welfare centre manager

  • arts administrator or manager

  • environmental manager

  • dancer or choreographer

  • music director

  • musician (instrumental)

  • artistic director

  • accountant (general)

  • management accountant

  • taxation accountant

  • external auditor

  • internal auditor

  • actuary

  • statistician

  • economist

  • land economist

  • valuer

  • management consultant

  • architect

  • landscape architect

  • surveyor

  • cartographer

  • other spatial scientist

  • chemical engineer

  • materials engineer

  • civil engineer

  • geotechnical engineer

  • quantity surveyor

  • structural engineer

  • transport engineer

  • electrical engineer

  • electronics engineer

  • industrial engineer

  • mechanical engineer

  • production or plant engineer

  • mining engineer (excluding petroleum)

  • petroleum engineer

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  • engineering technologist

  • environmental engineer

  • naval architect

  • engineering professionals (nec)

  • agricultural consultant

  • agricultural scientist

  • forester

  • chemist

  • food technologist

  • environmental consultant

  • environmental research scientist

  • environmental scientist (nec)

  • geophysicist

  • hydrogeologist

  • life scientist (general)

  • biochemist

  • biotechnologist

  • botanist

  • marine biologist

  • microbiologist

  • zoologist

  • life scientists (nec)

  • medical laboratory scientist

  • veterinarian

  • conservator

  • metallurgist

  • meteorologist

  • physicist

  • natural and physical science professionals (nec)

  • early childhood (pre‑primary school) teacher

  • secondary school teacher

  • special needs teacher

  • teacher of the hearing impaired

  • teacher of the sight impaired

  • special education teachers (nec)

  • university lecturer

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  • medical radiation therapist

  • nuclear medicine technologist

  • sonographer

  • optometrist

  • orthotist or prosthetist

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  • occupational therapist

  • physiotherapist

  • podiatrist

  • audiologist

  • speech pathologist

  • general practitioner

  • specialist physician (general medicine)

  • cardiologist

  • clinical haematologist

  • medical oncologist

  • endocrinologist

  • gastroenterologist

  • intensive care specialist

  • neurologist

  • paediatrician

  • renal medicine specialist

  • rheumatologist

  • thoracic medicine specialist

  • specialist physicians (nec)

  • psychiatrist

  • surgeon (general)

  • cardiothoracic surgeon

  • neurosurgeon

  • orthopaedic surgeon

  • otorhinolaryngologist

  • paediatric surgeon

  • plastic and reconstructive surgeon

  • urologist

  • vascular surgeon

  • dermatologist

  • emergency medicine specialist

  • obstetrician and gynaecologist

  • ophthalmologist

  • pathologist

  • diagnostic and interventional radiologist

  • radiation oncologist

  • medical practitioners (nec)

  • midwife

  • nurse practitioner

  • registered nurse (aged care)

  • registered nurse (child and family health)

  • registered nurse (community health)

  • registered nurse (critical care and emergency)

  • registered nurse (developmental disability)

  • registered nurse (disability and rehabilitation)

  • registered nurse (medical)

  • registered nurse (medical practice)

  • registered nurse (mental health)

  • registered nurse (perioperative)

  • registered nurse (surgical)

  • registered nurse (paediatrics)

  • registered nurses (nec)

  • ICT business analyst

  • systems analyst

  • multimedia specialist

  • analyst programmer

  • developer programmer

  • software engineer

  • software and applications programmers (nec)

  • ICT security specialist

  • computer network and systems engineer

  • telecommunications engineer

  • telecommunications network engineer

  • barrister

  • solicitor

  • clinical psychologist

  • educational psychologist

  • organisational psychologist

  • psychologists (nec)

  • social worker

  • civil engineering draftsperson

  • civil engineering technician

  • electrical engineering draftsperson

  • electrical engineering technician

  • radio communications technician

  • telecommunications field engineer

  • telecommunications network planner

  • telecommunications technical officer or technologist

  • automotive electrician

  • motor mechanic (general)

  • diesel motor mechanic

  • motorcycle mechanic

  • small engine mechanic

  • sheetmetal trades worker

  • metal fabricator

  • pressure welder

  • welder (first class)

  • fitter (general)

  • fitter and turner

  • fitter‑welder

  • metal machinist (first class)

  • locksmith

  • panelbeater

  • bricklayer

  • stonemason

  • carpenter and joiner

  • carpenter

  • joiner

  • painting trades worker

  • glazier

  • fibrous plasterer

  • solid plasterer

  • wall and floor tiler

  • plumber (general)

  • airconditioning and mechanical services plumber

  • drainer

  • gasfitter

  • roof plumber

  • electrician (general)

  • electrician (special class)

  • lift mechanic

  • airconditioning and refrigeration mechanic

  • technical cable jointer

  • electronic equipment trades worker

  • electronic instrument trades worker (general)

  • electronic instrument trades worker (special class)

  • chef

  • horse trainer

  • cabinetmaker

  • boat builder and repairer

  • shipwright

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