The Partner Provisional and Migrant visa (subclass 309 and 100 visa) allows those individuals to live in Australia who are a spouse partner of an either Australian citizen, Permanent Resident Visa or eligible New Zealand citizen.
The provisional 309 visa is a temporary visa while the migrant 100 visa is a permanent. The temporary provisional 309 visa is granted first, which allows the applicant to stay in Australia for two years and apply for the migrant 100 visa within that duration.
For Partner Subclass 309 visa:
For Partner Subclass 100 visa:
You and all the family members included in the visa application must have:
Obligations for Sponsors
Sponsors must provide following things for two years after the applicant enters Australia on temporary migrant 309 visa:
Australia Employer’s nomination Visa scheme subclass 186.
What This Gives You?
You can enjoy all the benefits of being an Australian Citizens, although technically you will not be one.
This will mean:
Employers Nomination Scheme (186) or the Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS) Australia
There are also these further requirements
If you are applying under this scheme you must make sure that the following requirements are fulfilled by your employer:
There are Three Steams or Alternative Routes by which you can apply under Employers Nomination Scheme (186)
1. Temporary Residence Transition Stream
This applies to one who is currently working under the “sub class” visa holder’s scheme 457. This means someone who has been working a total of two years for their nominated employer. This visa can be changed into permanent employment and residency visa for staying in Australia.
2. Direct Entry Stream
This applies to anyone who is currently outside Australia or in Australia on a temporary or bridging visa. Secondly, you do not qualify for the ‘Temporary Residence Transition Stream’. You have been nominated by an employer in Australia.
3. Agreement Stream
This is where you have been sponsored by your potential employer through a labor agreement.
Some Further Points
This is not going to be a major concern for someone who has worked in a profession or a skilled occupation for some years. You can see that there is a very comprehensive and wide ranging list of jobs. An official Australian body has validated almost each and every area of employment.
This list includes:
Botanist, Bricklayer, Vocation Education Teacher, Turf Grower, Magistrate, Make Up Artist, Radiation Oncologist, etc.
Can you apply, if you have not found an employer to nominate you?
You can show an “Expression of Interest” (EOI), using “Skills Select”.
Employers across various States and territories will look at your application, and if they are interested they will get in contact with you to set up an Employers Nomination Scheme (186) immigration visa.
What is Skills Select?
Skills Select is an online system which is run by the Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP). There is an online form for this. An applicant will then take a test. This is to evaluate their educational level and their overall proficiency in English. If you get successful in this, you show an EOI, an expression of interest in one of the permanent job application.
Once this has been completed and uploaded into the system, a prospective Australian employer, or a Territory or State government can invite you to go through the Visa Application process. In the present case it would be the Employers Nomination Scheme (186) Visa. Visa would be granted with the right to work and stay in Australia.
Three further points
1. Prior to any successful application, you will be asked to show you are in good health.
2. Your police records in your home country or any other countries you have lived in, will be checked.
3. You must show that you do not owe any debts to the Australian Government.
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