Migration

Orange Global has an excellent unit of Migration Agents who are registered with Office of the Migration Agents Registration Authority (MARA). Our skilled, hardworking, and qualified Migration Agents in Melbourne and Sydney will work with you one-on-one basis. Hence, you should expect full commitment from our agents. We are confident, with our agents you can achieve all the migration requirements. We have multicultural individuals on our team who can communicate in many languages to satisfy individual client needs. Our migration agents provide comprehensive, detailed and precise migration advice. With our guidance, we hope you can identify accurately what you should do next, and which path you should follow.

Student Visa

This visa is for students who want to come to Australia to study at a registered education institution. You can study a registered full-time course in Australia. Moreover, eligible family members can accompany you to Australia.

 

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Partner Visa

If you have arrived in Australia for study, work or to live and want to bring your partner with you, we can help you with a Partner Visa. The Orange Global  team has done hundreds of spouse visas successfully. The Partner Visa allows you to live in Australia if you are..

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Visitor Visa

What happens once you finish your studies? As an International Student, this question may come to you many times. The Orange Global  team can help you if any of your family, relative or friends want to visit Australia. We can also help you with the Visitor Visa process.

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Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme Visa

The Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme visa (subclass 187) is for skilled workers who want to work and live in regional areas

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Temporary Graduate Visa

What happens once you finish your studies? As an International Student, this question comes to you many times. Orange Global team can help you with your further processing on getting Temporary Visa (subclass 485)

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Skill Independent Visa

The Skilled-Independent visa (subclass 189) is a permanent residence visa for points-tested skilled workers who want to work and live in Australia.

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Business and Inverstor Visa

The Business Innovation and Investment (Provisional) visa (subclass 188) is part of the Business Innovation and Investment Programme. Orange Global  team will assist you how to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) through SkillSelect and be nominated by a state or territory

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Skill Nominated Visa

This 190 visa provides an opportunity for skilled workers to come to Australia, live, and work as a permanent resident. However, an Australian state or territory government must nominate the person beforehand.

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We will help you process almost all kinds of visa applications. This Visa will allow you to study, work, and live in Australia. We will advise you from the very beginning to the very end. We regularly follow up with immigration requests by the Department of Immigration and Border Patrol (DIBP) for additional information that they might need. We are comparatively faster in visa processing than others. We believe in working in a friendly way when it comes to being an Australian immigration consultant.

This allows our clients to get their visa hassle free, conveniently and within a satisfactory time frame. Having experience with more than 10,000 clients and successful visas, we know what it takes to be the best immigration consultant.


Australia Migration

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RSMS Visa

The Department of Home Affairs is in the final stages of preparing for the implementation of new changes in March 2018, with the exact implementation date impacted by legislative and systems release processes and timeframes.

This includes the implementation of:

  • The new Temporary Skill Shortage visa (subclass 482) (referred to by the Department as the ‘TSS visa’)and
  • Related changes to the Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS) (subclass 186) and the Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (RSMS) (subclass 187) visa programs

Please visit your nearest onshore office at Australia or India.


Eligibility Requirement

Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme Visa

The Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme visa (subclass 187) is for skillful workers who aspire to work in regional Australia. The visa allows eligible Australian employers to sponsor suitably qualified overseas workers to live and work permanently in local areas of Australia.

This visa involves a three-step process. Firstly, approval from Regional Certifying Body (RCB), secondly, nomination by an approved Australian employer and then finally visa application under the nominated stream. If the visa application is done after receiving an approved nomination, the visa should be done within six months of the nomination being approved.

The visa is a permanent resident visa. You can reside in Australia or outside of the country when lodging visa application. It enables one to work in Australia under one of these three streams:

  • The Temporary Residence Transition stream
  • The Direct Entry stream
  • The Labor Agreement stream.

Temporary Residence Transition Stream

The Temporary Residence Transition stream enables applicants who have had a Temporary Work (Skilled) visa Subclass 457. The nominating company will apply for Permanent Residence on behalf of the applicant.

Temporary Residence Transition Stream Eligibility

To be approved under the Temporary Residence Transition stream these are some of the eligibility requirements:

  • The person must remain actively and lawfully operating
  • The person must have satisfied the relevant training requirements
  • The person must have no conflicting information about it
  • The person must have met all obligations as a Subclass 457 approved sponsor
  • The position must be the same (or closely related) position as was approved for the Subclass 457 visa
  • The position should be an authentic position
  • The position must be a full-time position available for a minimum of two (2) years from the time the visa is granted
  • The position must meet the market salary rate and requirements
  • The visa applicant must have had a Subclass 457 visa to work in the nominated (or closely related) position, with the nominating employer, for at least two years before the application
  • The visa applicant must meet at least Vocational English skills
  • The visa applicant must meet relevant health and character requirements

Direct Entry Stream

The Direct Entry stream permits applicants who do not meet the requirements of the Temporary Residence Transition stream to be nominated by an employer for Permanent Residence.

To be approved under the Direct Entry stream:

  • The nominating employer must be actively and lawfully operating in Australia
  • The nominating employer meet the relevant training requirements
  • The nominating employer have no adverse information against it
  • The nominated position continues to be an authentic position
  • The nominated position must be a full-time position available for a minimum of two (2) years from the time the visa is granted
  • The nominated position must meet the market salary rate and requirements
  • The nominated position be listed for an occupation on the Consolidated Skilled Occupations List (CSOL)
  • The nominated position must provide terms and conditions to Australian citizens and Permanent Residents
  • The nominated person must be working in similar roles
  • The visa applicant must be under 50 years old
  • The visa applicant must have Competent English Skills
  • The visa applicant must have a successful skills assessment for the nominated occupation (unless exempted)
  • The visa applicant must have at least three (3) years of highly related work experience
  • The visa applicant must meet relevant health and character requirements.

Labor Agreement Stream

The Labor Agreement stream is for applicants who are nominated by an employer who has entered into a Labor Agreement negotiated and agreed to be the Australian Government.

Applicants under this stream need to meet the age, skills and English language requirements provided under the relevant Agreement, in addition to proper health and character requirements.

The above requirements may not be the only requirements for your visa processing. The Australian Immigration Services often change their requirements for visas. For more information & one-on-one visa consultancy, please contact with one of our qualified and experienced Migration Consultants.

Note

The above requirements may not be the only requirements for your visa processing. The Australian Immigration Services often change their requirements for visas. We understand that applying for this visa without proper support and guidelines can be an arduous task for most people. To ease up, we have an excellent team of talented Migration Consultants who will talk to you through the entire visa process. Please make use of our one-on-one visa consultancy. Please visit your nearest onshore office at Australia or India.


Skill Independent Visa (Subclass 189)

This 189 visa permits an immigrant to live and work in Australia as a permanent resident. It is for skilled workers who are not sponsored by an employer or family member or nominated by a state or territory government.

To be eligible for this visa, you first need to submit an expression of interest, and then you have to be invited through Skill Select to apply. With this visa, you and your family members who have also been granted this visa can live, work and study in Australia permanently. This visa also allows getting enrolled in Medicare, Australia’s scheme for health-related care and expenses. Also, if you are eligible, you can get an Australian citizenship.

Visa Process

General Eligibility Criteria

To apply for a Skilled Independent visa (Subclass 189), you must have submitted an Expression of Interest (EOI) through the Department of Immigration’s SkillSelect program. If you have been invited to apply (through SkillSelect), then you can apply for the visa.

To be granted for this visa, you must:

  • Be under 50 years of age
    Nominate a profession that is included in the appropriate Skilled Occupation List (SOL)
  • Get your skills evaluated by the relevant Australian skills assessing authority (EasyMigrate can manage this process for you)
  • Have Competent English
  • Meet applicable health and character requirements

Visa Entitlements

The Skilled Independent visa (Subclass 189) is a Permanent Residency visa. This visa allows the holder (and any family members included in the application) to:

  • Stay in Australia indefinitely
  • Work and study in Australia (without restraint)
  • Travel to and from Australia for five years from the date the visa is granted
  • Enroll in Medicare (Australia’s universal health care scheme)
  • Sponsor eligible relatives for temporary and permanent visas
  • Apply for Australian citizenship, if eligible

NOTE:

The above requirements may not be the only requirements for your visa processing. The Australian Immigration Services often change their requirements for visas. We understand that applying for this visa without proper support and guidelines can be an arduous task for most people. To ease up, we have an excellent team of Migration Consultants who will talk to you about the entire visa process. Please make use of our one-on-one visa consultation. Please visit your nearest onshore office at Australia or India.

Skill Nominated Visa (190)

This 190 visa provides an opportunity for skilled workers to come to Australia, live, and work as a permanent resident. However, an Australian state or territory government must nominate the person beforehand.

The 190 visa is a points-tested visa and requires the applicant to be invited to apply through the Skill Select programme. The applicant may be in Australia or Outside Australia at the time of visa lodgement.

Visa Process

First, you need to contact the state or territory government agency, from which you are seeking the nomination. Then, review their nomination process and requirements. Afterwards, you have to submit an expression of interest (EOI) via SkillSelect. The EOI will contain the details of your nominated profession, skills and qualifications. SkillSelect will estimate a points score; if you score high, the Australian government or territory agency will decide whether they want to choose you or not.

If you are nominated by a state or territory agency, you will be invited to apply for the visa. If you are invited, you will have 60 days to apply for the visa.

General Eligibility Criteria

To apply for a Skilled Independent visa (Subclass 189), you must have submitted an Expression of Interest (EOI) through the Department of Immigration’s SkillSelect program. If you have been invited to apply (through SkillSelect), then you can apply for the visa.

To be granted for this visa, you must:

  • Be under 50 years of age
    Nominate a profession that is included in the appropriate Skilled Occupation List (SOL)
  • Get your skills evaluated by the relevant Australian skills assessing authority (EasyMigrate can manage this process for you)
  • Meet the English requirements
  • Meet applicable health and character requirements

Visa Entitlements

The Skilled Independent visa (Subclass 190) is a Permanent Residency visa. This visa allows the holder (and any family members included in the application) to:

  • Stay in Australia indefinitely
  • Work and study in Australia (without restraint)
  • Travel to and from Australia for five years from the date the visa is granted
  • Enroll in Medicare (Australia’s universal health care scheme)
  • Sponsor eligible relatives for temporary and permanent visas
  • Apply for Australian citizenship, if eligible

The above requirements may not be the only requirements for your visa processing. The Australian Immigration Services often change their requirements for visas. For more information & one-on-one visa consultancy, please contact one of our qualified and experienced Migration Consultants.

NOTE:

The above requirements may not be the only requirements for your visa processing. The Australian Immigration Services often change their requirements for visas. We understand that applying for this visa without proper support and guidelines can be an arduous task for most people. To ease up, we have an excellent team of Migration Consultants who will talk to you about the entire visa process. Please make the best use of our one-on-one visa consultation. Please visit your nearest onshore office at Australia or India.