If you are planning to study in Australia you need a student visa. Student Visas are temporary visas that allows people to come to Australia during your visa period to study in Australian institutes
Two different process are involved in it: Enrolment in educational institution and having a student visa
We can enrol you in the universities, TAFE institutes, Private colleges of your choie as per your requirements but within our advice which can help you for your future migration. We do visa process for you so that you can come and study in Australian institutes. We can also advice and suggest you for your financial arrangements as per your student visa requirements.
Following are the some of the student subclass options that are available for interested overseas student.
From 01/07/2016, SSVF have come into effect for Australian Student Visas, the Australian Government released the Future directions for streamlined visa processingreport and announced the introduction of a simplified student visa framework (SSVF) to support Australia’s education services sector. More details can be found from this link here, Please click SSVF.
The following changes come into effect from 1st July 2016:
Visa Subclass Name
You can apply for the following types of study on this visa:
Current visa holders
If you hold a student visa with subclass numbers 570 to 576, your visa will remain valid and your visa conditions will not change after 1 July 2016.
After 1 July 2016, family members of Student visa holders (subclasses 570-576) will need to apply for a subclass 500 visa if they want to join a family member in Australia.
Students can apply to undertake two or more courses on their Student (subclass 500) visa where there is clear progression from one course to another. This is known as course packaging.
The final course that you will undertake as part of your package of courses is your main (or principal) course of study. Your main course of study will be used to determine your financial and English language evidentiary requirements.
To be granted a visa for the full duration of the packaged courses, you must provide confirmation that you are enrolled in all of the courses. A student visa for the full package will only be granted if the duration of the package does not exceed the maximum visa grant period.
Employer sponsored visas allow businesses in Australia and overseas to sponsor skilled workers who have recognised qualifications and skills in particular occupations required in Australia.
Eligible employers who wish to sponsor a skilled overseas worker for a temporary or permanent visa (with the exception of Labour Agreements) must have the occupation listed on the Consolidated Sponsored Occupation List (CSOL). Where an occupation is not listed on the CSOL, eligible employers may wish to consider a Labour Agreement.
Unlike General Skilled Migration visas, skilled migrants applying for employer sponsored visas are not points tested. All prospective employees must however meet the skill and requirements of the relevant employer sponsored visa program to be eligible to apply for a visa.
The General Skilled Migration (GSM) visa program is for people who are not sponsored by an employer and have skills in particular occupations required in Australia.
Applicants must have an occupation listed on one of the following Australian Government occupation lists:
and satisfy a points test as part of the visa application requirements.
Overseas workers who have a visa awarded under the GSM program can work in Australia on a permanent basis, or in some circumstances, on a temporary basis until the requirements for permanent residency are met.
The GSM program has different options for obtaining a skilled visa. A number of visa categories with individual requirements and obligations are included within each option. The options include:
Prospective migrants may be eligible for more than one visa category.
Most GSM visas are points tested. Prospective migrants must meet the minimum points test before they can apply for, or be invited to apply for, a visa.
The points test is the mechanism used by the Commonwealth Government to help select the skilled migrants who offer the most economic benefit to Australia.
SkillSelect was introduced by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection on 1 July 2012. Skilled workers interested in migrating to Australia on a skilled visa must now submit an Expression Of Interest (EOI) through SkillSelect.
SkillSelect ranks and invites intending migrants to lodge a visa application. Employers and state/territory governments are also able to review EOIs via SkillSelect and find candidates that they wish to sponsor or nominate.
1. Parent Migration
This category is available to parents who have the majority of their children permanently resident in Australia as Australian Citizens or Australian Permanent Residents, and satisfy health and character requirements. Applicants may apply under either the contributory parent visa category which requires a significant payment to be made and by doing so expedites the processing of the application or the normal parent category which currently takes many years to be processed.
2. Spouse, De Facto Spouse or Interdependent category
Under this category applicants must be sponsored by an Australian permanent resident or citizen who is their spouse, de facto spouse or interdependent partner. To qualify as a de facto spouse applicants must have been living together with the sponsoring spouse in a mutually exclusive relationship for a minimum of 12 months.
3. Remaining Relative
Applicants under this category must be the last member of their immediate family who is not an Australian permanent resident or citizen and not living in Australia. If the applicant is married their spouse must also meet the requirements. Currently there is a long delay in the processing of this visa category.
Apart from the criteria associated with each of the above categories applicants in all cases must meet medical requirements as well as police clearances.