australia Visa

Visitor Visa: This visa is for individuals who wish to visit Australia for tourism, visiting family or friends, or attending business meetings. The Visitor Visa has different streams, including tourist stream, business visitor stream, and sponsored family stream. The duration of stay varies depending on the stream chosen.

Work Visa: Australia offers various work visa options based on different factors such as skills, qualifications, and sponsorship. Some common work visas include the Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) visa, Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS) visa, and Skilled Independent visa (subclass 189). These visas require sponsorship from an Australian employer or nomination by a state or territory government.

Student Visa: If you plan to study in Australia, you will need a student visa. To obtain this visa, you must have been accepted into a registered Australian educational institution. The duration of the visa will depend on the length of your course.

Working Holiday Visa: This visa is available for individuals aged 18 to 30 (or 35 for certain countries) who want to work and travel in Australia for up to one year. It is designed to promote cultural exchange and allows you to engage in short-term employment.

Partner Visa: Australian citizens, permanent residents, or eligible New Zealand citizens can sponsor their partners to live in Australia. The partner visa category includes options for both married and de facto (including same-sex) relationships.

Business and Investment Visas: Australia offers various visas for individuals interested in conducting business or making investments in the country. These visas include the Business Innovation and Investment visa (subclass 188) and the Business Talent visa (subclass 132).

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