The Australian General Skilled Migration (GSM) Visa Program aims attract highly skilled people for migration to Australia. The Australian General Skilled Migration program attracts skilled workers, who are not sponsored by an employer and have skills in particular occupations required in Australia. The skilled workers can use their qualifications, work experience and English language ability to meet the eligibility requirements for a permanent Australia visa.
The Australian General Skilled Migration (GSM) Visa is one of the most popular routes for migration to Australia, and Visa Help Australia Pty Ltd and Skilled Migration Consultants Pvt Ltd have specialist knowledge and experience in General Skilled Migration Visas. Please see our testimonials page: http://www.visahelpaustralia.com.au/testimonials/
“It is imperative that you would have searched dozen sites and blogs for the “Best Migration Agent“ to handle your unique case. You are not alone. First things first… The reason you are reading this testimonial is that you are searching for the trusted agent, with whom you can share all your details and also get the feeling that you will get the PR. Since you have not got anyone till now, continue reading.
Dr. Anna is the best possible person you can trust to ensure that he represents you at the best. Note: As per the Migration Agent code of conduct, no person should guarantee the PR. If any one does, it is not correct.
Dr. Anna takes very pragmatic, professional approach for each of the case as very unique case. He understands that how important is PR for the client. Very Professional, ethical, fast and responsive to the stupidest (you may think it is stupid) question. He always replies with the answer, which is correct, legal. He doesn’t please the client, by showering false promises.
So, should you go ahead and ask Dr. Anna to process your PR based on these testimonials? You may think twice. But look at his studies and degrees. Amazing. It’s the simple fact that knowledgeable persons are rare to see these days and Dr. Anna is GEM of that lot. Trust Anna.
I got my PR in flat 100 days from the time I took the PTE exam. The journey has been quite fast from 17th Dec 2015 to 24th March 2016 (Grant). In fact, if I take the date of ACS submission, I would say that ACS, EOI and Grant were completed in 60 days flat. This implies that your documents should be clean and Dr. Anna would ensure that you give the required documents.
Wishing you all the very best and see you soon in Australia.”
Skilled Migration Visa Options
Skilled Independent Visa – Subclass 189:
This permanent residency visa option is for points-tested skilled independent workers, who are not sponsored by an employer or family member or nominated by a state or territory government.
Skilled Nominated Visa – Subclass 190
This permanent residency visa is for points-tested skilled workers who are nominated by a state or territory government.
Skilled Regional (Provisional) Visa – Subclass 489
This 4-year provisional visa allows skilled workers to live and work in specified regional areas in Australia. You would need to be nominated by an Australian State or Territory government or sponsored by an eligible relative living in specific designated area.
Skilled Regional Visa – Subclass 887
This permanent visa option is for people who have lived in the required region of Australia for 2 years and worked full time for 12 months in specified areas of regional Australia.
Graduate Temporary Visa – Subclass 485
This Graduate Temporary visa is a work visa for international students who have recently graduated from an Australian educational institution. The international students must have met the two-year Australian study requirement.
Recognised Graduate Visa – Subclass 476
This Recognised Graduate Subclass 476 visa allows recent engineering graduates of recognised institutions to gain up to 18 months of skilled work experience.
The answer is you don’t have to. If you are an expert in the wide range of points-tested, family-sponsored and state-sponsored skilled visa subclasses and if you know that selecting the correct occupation in which to apply for skills assessment is important and can affect your points score and eligibility for state-sponsored options, then you do not have to use a registered migration agent. If you are not sure about your options, and if you need expert advice and assistance, it is recommended to use a registered migration agent.
Please see our testimonials page: http://www.visahelpaustralia.com.au/testimonials/