Why Graduates Should Now Consider Australia’s Skilled Graduate 485 Visa

now may be the time for you to consider the Skilled Graduate visa as a bridge that will later allow you to apply for the long-term TSS work visa or the permanent skilled visa
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Australia’s Graduate 485 Visa

Did you recently complete your studies in Australia for a bachelor or master’s degree or a 2-year diploma? Do you now want to stay in Australia? If you have answered yes to these questions, then the 485 Skilled Graduate visa could be a good visa option for you. The 485 visa allows foreign graduates to work in Australia between 18 and 48 months, depending on which of the two streams they are eligible for. The two streams for the 485 visa are the Graduate Work Stream, which requires that your occupation be on the medium or long-term occupations list, and the Post-Study Work Stream.

The Skilled Graduate 485 visa allows you to live and work anywhere in Australia and to gain valuable Australian work experience. The 485 visa can be a good visa pathway to other visa options. One stipulation of the Temporary Skills Shortage (TSS) 482 visa is that applicants will need education qualifications and two years work experience. If you have completed your studies, now may be the time for you to consider the Skilled Graduate visa as a bridge that will later allow you to apply for the long-term TSS work visa or the permanent skilled visa.

You can read more about the 485 visa and its two streams on the Migration Ways website. Or please call or write to Migration Ways, so that we can advise you about the 485 visa or other visa options that you may not have considered.

Also read about other Australian work visas.

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