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PostSubject: blah   Fri Aug 13, 2010 8:37 pm

1. Why do you want an Australian visa?
To work (includes permanent migration)
2. What is the country of nationality on your passport?
United States of America
3. Where do you expect to be when you apply for a visa?
Austria
4. What is your date of birth?
24 September 1992
5. How long do you intend to stay in Australia?
Permanently
6. Do you have any of the following sponsors?
An employer
7. Is your nominated occupation on a Skilled Occupation List (SOL)?
No

You may be eligible for the following visa(s)
The information provided below is very basic and it is recommended that you read more detailed information about the visa before applying. In most cases the visa application charge will not be refunded if your application is unsuccessful.
IMPORTANT: The Visa Wizard includes the most common Australian visas, but does not include every visa. Our website contains more visa information or you can contact us for assistance.
Visa Type
Regional Sponsored Nomination Scheme (subclass 119) visa
Employer Nomination Scheme (subclass 121) visa
Visa Basics
The Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (RSMS) allows employers in regional and low population growth areas of Australia, to sponsor employees for a permanent visa to work in Australia.



You must:

have been nominated by an employer who is willing to employ you to work full-time in an eligible occupation for at least two years
satisfy any registration, licensing or professional membership requirements that allow you to work within the occupation.


Unless exceptional circumstances apply:

have an Australian equivalent trade, diploma or higher qualification that is relevant to the occupation
be under 45 years of age
be able to demonstrate Functional English language ability.
More information about eligibility

The Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS) allows Australian employers to sponsor employees for a permanent visa to work in Australia



You must:

have been nominated by an employer who is willing to employ you to work full-time in an occupation listed on the Employer Nomination Scheme Occupation List (ENSOL) for at least three years
satisfy any registration, licensing or professional membership requirements that allow you to work within the occupation
satisfy one of the following skill requirements:
be able to provide evidence that your qualification, skills and experience have been assessed as suitable by the relevant skills assessing authority and unless exceptional circumstances apply, have at least three years prior work experience in the occupation
have been nominated for a position with a base salary of more than AUD165 000.


Unless exceptional circumstances apply:

be under 45 years of age
be able to demonstrate Vocational English language ability.
More information about eligibility

Application forms and booklets
Form 47ES Application for employer sponsored migration to Australia (563KB PDF file).

Form 1054 Employer nomination under the Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (142KB PDF file).

Application checklist Employer Nomination Scheme / Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (Subclasses 121/856 & 119/857) (75KB PDF file).

Certification and Nomination Document Checklist Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (Subclasses 119 and 857) (45KB PDF file).

Booklet 5 Employer Sponsored Migration (186KB PDF file).

Form 47ES Application for employer sponsored migration to Australia (563KB PDF file).

Form 785 Employer nomination under the Employer Nomination Scheme (88KB PDF file).

Application checklist Employer Nomination Scheme / Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (Subclasses 121/856 & 119/857) (75KB PDF file).

Nomination checklist Employer Nomination Scheme (Subclasses 121 and 856) (52KB PDF file).

Booklet 5 Employer Sponsored Migration (186KB PDF file).

What to do before you apply
Please make sure you have read all the relevant information before lodging an application.

More information about the Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme visa

Please make sure you have read all the relevant information before lodging an application.

More information about the Employer Nomination Scheme visa

Location
When you apply: In or outside Australia

When the visa is granted: Outside Australia

When you apply: In or outside Australia

When the visa is granted: Outside Australia

Where to apply
Step 1: Certification
The employer must apply for certification of a nomination application with a Regional Certifying Body in their local area.

Step 2: Nomination
The employer must lodge the nomination application (certified by the Regional Certifying Body) by post, courier or in person (in Australia) directly with the relevant Centre of Excellence.

Step 3: Visa application
The employee applies for a permanent residence visa. The visa application should be lodged by post, courier or in person (in Australia) with the same Centre of Excellence that processed the employer nomination.

Note: The visa application can be lodged at the same time as the nomination application or within six months of the nomination approval date. It cannot be lodged before the nomination.

Paper applications:
Centres of Excellence
Step 1: Nomination
The employer must nominate the position to be filled. The nomination application can be lodged by post, courier or in person (in Australia) directly with the relevant Centre of Excellence.

Step 2: Visa application
The employee applies for the permanent residence visa. The visa application should be lodged by post, courier or in person (in Australia) with the same Centre of Excellence that processed the employer nomination.

Note: The visa application can be lodged at the same time as the nomination application or within six months of the nomination approval date. It cannot be lodged before the nomination.

Paper applications:
Centres of Excellence
Cost
Visa application charge

Visa application charge 1st instalment - 1735 Australian Dollars (AUD1735)
Visa application charge 2nd instalment (primary applicants with less than functional English) - 7165 Australian Dollars (AUD7165)
Visa application charge 2nd instalment (dependents 18 or over with less than functional English) - 3575 Australian Dollars (AUD3575)


The 1st instalment of the visa application charge must be paid at the time of application.



The 2nd instalment of the visa application charge must be payed before the visa is granted.



Note: Applicants who have applied for certain other visas may be deemed to have paid the 1st instalment of these visa application charges. The 2nd visa application charge may still apply.



The visa application charge must be paid as part of the visa application process and is generally not refundable. There may be additional costs associated with your visa, such as medical examinations (if required).



Visa application charges are subject to adjustment on 1 July each year.



Accepted methods of payment

Credit card
Australia Post money order - made payable to the 'Department of Immigration and Citizenship'
Bank cheque - made payable to the 'Department of Immigration and Citizenship', in Australian dollars and drawn on a bank with representation in Australia
International money order - made payable to the 'Department of Immigration and Citizenship', in Australian dollars and drawn on a bank with representation in Australia


More information about fees, charges and methods of payment

Visa application charge

Nomination application charge - 455 Australian Dollars (AUD455)
Visa application charge 1st instalment - 1735 Australian Dollars (AUD1735)
Visa application charge 2nd instalment (primary applicants with less than functional English) - 7165 Australian Dollars (AUD7165)
Visa application charge 2nd instalment (dependents 18 or over with less than functional English) - 3575 Australian Dollars (AUD3575)


The 1st instalment of the visa application charge must be paid at the time of application.



The 2nd instalment of the visa application charge must be payed before the visa is granted.



Note: Applicants who have applied for certain other visas may be deemed to have paid the 1st instalment of these visa application charges. The 2nd visa application charge may still apply.



The visa application charge must be paid as part of the visa application process and is generally not refundable. There may be additional costs associated with your visa, such as medical examinations (if required).



Visa application charges are subject to adjustment on 1 July each year.



Accepted methods of payment

Credit card
Australia Post money order - made payable to the 'Department of Immigration and Citizenship'
Bank cheque - made payable to the 'Department of Immigration and Citizenship', in Australian dollars and drawn on a bank with representation in Australia
International money order - made payable to the 'Department of Immigration and Citizenship', in Australian dollars and drawn on a bank with representation in Australia


More information about fees, charges and methods of payment

Length of stay
Permanent

Permanent

Work rights
You can work in Australia.

You can work in Australia.

Bringing family
You can bring eligible family members.

More information about family eligibility

You can bring eligible family members.

More information about family eligibility

Pathways to permanent residency
This is a permanent residence visa.

This is a permanent residence visa.

Sponsorship required?
You must be sponsored by an employer to work in a regional or low population growth area of Australia.

More information about sponsor eligibility

You must have an employer who is willing to sponsor you for permanent residency.

More information about sponsor eligibility

Skill requirements
You must have the relevant qualifications for the nominated position, which is equivalent to at least an Australian trade, diploma or higher level qualification.

More information about eligibility

You must have the skills and qualifications for an occupation listed on the Employer Nomination Scheme Occupation List (ENSOL).

More information about eligibility

Skilled Occupation Lists (formerly known as Form 1121i)

About this summary sheet
This summary sheet contains customised information, specifically related to the information you supplied about your age, purpose of visit, nationality and lodge location. The web links on this page will contain more detailed information about this visa but will not have the localised content displayed above. It is therefore recommended that you keep this page open while you browse the website so that you can return to this page easily.

More information about the Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme visa

This summary sheet contains customised information, specifically related to the information you supplied about your age, purpose of visit, nationality and lodge location. The web links on this page will contain more detailed information about this visa but will not have the localised content displayed above. It is therefore recommended that you keep this page open while you browse the website so that you can return to this page easily.

More information about the Employer Nomination Scheme visa

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PostSubject: Re: blah   Fri Aug 13, 2010 8:42 pm

wholey crap!!

it's alot to work.
but we've got a year to sort it out. the sooner the better though.
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PostSubject: Re: blah   Fri Aug 13, 2010 8:50 pm

yup

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