489 Visa For South Australia

The 489 visa is a bit of a catch-all visa for nurses, depending on the situation. It’s great for Perth based nurses as you can live and work anywhere in Australia. Think about that for a minute, you could be on the beach one month and skiing the next! The following article will look at how to be successful in your application.Nursing is a hard job. Would you be willing to do it in the USA? A nurse’s job can be very rewarding, in that they are offering a very important service to society and will often have very good job security. However, one thing that may get in the way of nurses being completely happy with their jobs is their pay stubs. That’s because nurses earn less here than in many other industrialized countries. That is why there are many people who would love to come to the USA — but only as a last resort.

The Nurses are those people in different hospitals, clinics and other health care facilities who play a vital role in delivering quality health care to patients. These Nurses must have undergone formal education in order to acquire the necessary skills.

Relative sponsorship on a 489 visa

If your nominated occupation is on the Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL) you can be sponsored by an eligible relative living in a designated area.

Your relative must be a permanent resident or citizen of Australia or an eligible New Zealand citizen. This includes your sibling, parent, child, aunt, uncle, cousin or grandparent. Your relative can be living in any part of Victoria, Western Australia, South Australia, Northern Territory and Tasmania. If your relative lives in Queensland or New South Wales, they must live outside the metropolitan area.

You must live in the same designated area as your relative.

Pathway to permanent residency

The skilled nominated or sponsored (489) visa gives you and your partner full work rights and starts you on the pathway to permanent residency. It is a four-year provisional visa.

Once you have lived in the designated area for two years (and worked for 12 months of this), you are eligible to apply for permanent residency and live in any part of Australia.

Visa conditions

It is important that you abide by the conditions set out in your provisional visa grant letter. Failure to do so could impact future permanent residency applications.

Conditions include living in a regional area for two years and working full-time for at least 12 months before you lodge a PR application.

489 visa dependents must also live and work in the same regional area

Expression of interest

Under Australia’s SkillSelect (skilled migration visa) program, you are required to lodge an ‘Expression of Interest’ (EOI). This places you in a pool to be invited to apply for a visa.

English test

Most skilled nominated or sponsored 489 visa applicants need to sit an English test to meet the score required for this visa.

Your visa eligibility

We can determine your eligibility for a visa. Please complete our online assessment form and we will provide information on the steps, fees and process.

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