Skilled visas differ from other Australian visas where the skilled visa applicant’s eligibility is determined by factors such as qualification, work experience and/or whether the applicant has enough points to be invited to apply for the skilled visa.
The General Skilled Migration (GSM) and the Temporary Graduate visa (subclass 485) can consist of a rigorous assessment, highlighting your skillset, as well as your ability to obtain the required English language test scores for points purpose and to meet skills assessment requirements.
Essentially, the process can be seen divided into ‘stages’ with several different bodies. Crux Migration can assist you through each stage of the skilled visa process, ensuring each stage is achieved successfully and efficiently from start and until decisions are made.
Click on each link below to find out more about the different skilled migration visa subclasses!
Skilled Visa Subclasses: