Applications for NT GSM nominations are now available for both onshore and offshore candidates. Migration NT continues to receive and evaluate onshore nomination applications using the same qualifying criteria. Once applicants meet the eligibility requirements, they should submit their applications. Applications may not be considered before visa expiration dates. Those whose visas are about to expire should obtain expert guidance on their visa alternatives to ensure they remain lawfully present in Australia.
At the time of filing their nomination application and during the application process, all candidates must ensure that they fulfill both the NT nomination requirements and the standard Home Affairs criterion. The applicant must ensure that all documentation, including English test scores, skills evaluations, and so on, are up to date.
These visas are intended for young, competent individuals with excellent English skills:
Applicants for subclasses 491 and 190 visas must be nominated by a state or territory government, such as Northern Territory.
The Migration Innovation Northern Territory (MINT) program is a Darwin Innovation Hub and Paspalis Asset Management project backed by the Northern Territory Government.
The program supports foreign nationals obtaining a nomination from the Northern Territory Government. They must demonstrate their commitment to participating in the Darwin Innovation Hub.
Most New Zealand nationals are issued visas on arrival in Australia (Special Category visa (subclass 444)), allowing them to work indefinitely.
Your employers may require qualifications and job experience. Some vocations will need you to register and obtain a license.
New Zealand nationals who satisfy the appropriate conditions can apply for permanent residence.
You may be qualified for the following skilled and employer-sponsored visa programs:
For more updates, check out our website. However, you can contact our immigration experts by calling on 8595338595 or mail us at [email protected] for any queries.