Get Your General Skilled Migration Visa with Help from Experienced Agents

There are three different subclasses available:

With a large number of visa subclasses available, it can be confusing to know which you need to apply for in order to have your general skilled visa application approved. Each individual application must factor in a variety of different circumstances and it can be often hard to know what you need to do in order to meet The requirements for each visa subclass as it differs from the next. You can take the guesswork out of the process with the help of Swift Migration Australia, the experts on all things immigration law.

We have helped countless clients to gain their visa through our expansive knowledge and years of combined experience. Our level of service does not stop there either, as we know you want to be kept in the loop throughout the process. That’s why we will guide and update you every step of the way towards gaining your visa, so you can minimise the amount of sleepless nights worrying.

General Skilled Visas

  • The Skilled Independent Visa Subclass 189 is points-based and allows visa holders who are not sponsored by an employer, state or territory, or a family member to work and live permanently anywhere in Australia.
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  • The Skilled Nominated or Sponsored Provisional Visa Subclass 489 is also points-base and is for skilled workers who are nominated by a state or territory, or sponsored by an eligible relative living in a designated regional area in Australia.
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To help get you started, contact the professionals at Swift Migration Australia. Reach us at 07 5526 6869 and go beyond a general understanding with our migration agents who are skilled at helping you achieve your visa dream.