Brilliant Migration Club
Our expertise includes, skill based Permanent Residency Visa,
Skills base Temporary Visa, Business Visas, Student Visas,
Family Visa, Parents & Visit Visa.
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Skilled Occupation Search

Complete “Search“, “Tracking” & “Notification” system for all Australian Skilled Occupation Lists

Search Your occupation, Add to the watchlist and leave it on us to notify you of any changes in future.
We will send you auto-notifications whenever your occupation is added or removed from any Australian Occupation list.
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Points Test Calculator 

Deep dive to accurately calculate your points without any mistake.  

Regional Areas Search

Regional Areas Search

Research and find out the best regional areas in Australia with information about postcode eligibility, distance from capital cities, median income, population and much more data.

IMMIGRATION AND EDUCATION SERVICES

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Brilliant Migration Club Study Abroad

STUDY IN AUSTRALIA

Looking to explore World Class Australian Universities. Student Visa is the option for you to start your Australian dream.
Brilliant Migration Club Services

IMMIGRATION AND VISA SERVICES

We specialise in Permanent Resident Visa, Skilled Visa, Temporary Visa, Student Visa, Family Visa, Partner Visa, Visit Visa, Parents Visa. Sign up to enjoy our most transparent application processing system that no one else can offer.
Business Visa Services

BUSINESS VISA

Are you one of those who would want to migrate to Australia under Business Category. Explore the options by looking into Business Migrant Category.

Skilled Visas

Skilled Independent Visa

Subclass 189

The Australian Government’s Skilled independent Subclass 189 is the most popular Visa under the General Skilled Migration Program. Applicants who apply under Subclass 189 are generally required to score the highest points under the point test system. Your occupation must be in the Australian Government Skilled Occupation list MLTSSL.
The applicants under this visa subclass do not require any sponsorship from the employer, State/territory, or family member. It is a permanent resident visa with full work rights and the ability to remain in Australia indefinitely. Subclass 189 Visa holders can live anywhere in Australia and are not limited to any specific State, Territory or region.

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Skilled Nominated Visa

Subclass 190

The Australian Government’s Skilled Nominated Visa (Subclass 190) is the second most popular Visa under the General Skilled Migration Program. It is a permanent resident visa that allows skilled workers to live in Australia, based on an Australian state or territory nomination. Applicants under this visa pathway must be Nominated/sponsored by any Australian State or Territory.
Subclass 190 is also based on Points Test System, and the applicant’s occupation must be on the State or Territory’s relevant occupation list. It is one of the better options for the applicants looking to apply for a permanent resident visa with a relatively low points score, compared to Subclass 189. Applicants are required to lodge a Skills Assessment, Expression of Interest, Nomination and Visa application.

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Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) Visa

Subclass 491

The Australian Government Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) visa Subclass 491 is the easiest Visa under the General Skilled Migration Program. This Visa allows skilled workers to live in regional areas of Australian State and Territories. Subclass 491 also requires the nomination from the respective State or Territory.
Applicants must be sponsored by the State or Territory or by a family member. You must live in regional Australia for a certain period and are free to settle anywhere in Australia after completing the visa conditions. The complete process requires you to lodge a “Skill Assessment”, “Expression of Interest”, “Nomination” and “final Visa” application. You will have full work or study rights and can include your family members in your application.

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Global Talent Independent Program (GTI)

Subclass 858

The Australian Government Global Talent Independent Program (GTI) Subclass 858 is for the world’s most accomplished talent. Applicants must have an internationally recognised record of exceptional achievement in an eligible field, such as arts, science and academia. t is a permanent resident visa, and visa holders can live and work anywhere in Australia.
The target sectors are Agri-food and AgTech, Energy, Health industries, Defence, Advance manufacturing and space, Circular Economy, Digitech, Infrastructure and Tourism, Financial Services, Fintech and Education.  Among others, some of the eligibility criteria include evidence of outstanding achievement, Prominent in the field, and providing evidence that it would be an asset for Australia or becoming established in the area.

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Training Visa

Subclass 407

If you are looking for a temporary way to get trained in Australia, then the Training Visa Subclass 407 is the perfect visa option for you. This Visa is both for onshore and offshore applicants. It allows individuals with an occupation or profession who need the training to work on their skills while living in Australia temporarily.
Training Visa Subclass 407 is a temporary visa (onshore or offshore) that allows you to visit Australia and participate in occupational training or professional development. This Visa can be granted for either Workplace-based training to acquire registration or licensing, structured workplace-based training to improve skills or training that sharpens the skills or enhance competency. 

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Nomination Application

To State or Territory

An applicant who wishes to apply for a state or Territory sponsored Visa like Subclass 190 or Subclass 491 needs to Apply Nomination application. If approved, essentially, that means the State or Territory is telling the department of home affairs that your skills are required for that State and Territory.
The state or Territory will assess your Nomination application based on the criteria they have crafted for the Skilled visa requirement of the respective state. Your claims, including the documentary evidence, shall be assessed by the staff of the relevant state or Territory. Each State or Territory has specific Nomination criteria, and the applicants must fulfil those criteria to get the Nomination approved. 

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Expression of Interest

To Department of Home Affairs

All (Onshore or Offshore) applicants who want to apply for a visa under the skilled or business category are required to submit an Expression of Interest application (EOI) to the Department of Home Affairs through Skillselect Portal. It is generally the second last step before the applicant can apply for a relevant Skilled or Business Visa. 
Applicants are required to create an account on Skillselect and have to provide documents related to the Visa type for which the EOI is required. In most cases, applicants are asked to evidence English proficiency, Educational and qualification details, Skills assessment details, and Employment history. The Department of Home Affairs will assess all your documentation and claims in your EOI application at this stage.

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Family Visas

Partner (Provisional) Visa - Offshore

Subclass 309

The Visa Subclass 309 is for the partner who is overseas and not inside Australia. A partner visa is one of the most challenging visas that require the applicant to submit many documents as per visa requirements to establish his/her genuine relationship with Australian citizens or Australian permanent residents.
The partner could be a spouse or de facto of the same or opposite sex. Both can be in a married (Spousal) relationship or in a de facto relationship. The partner can not travel to Australia unless the partner visa subclass 309 is approved. Or, any other suitable substantive Visas can be applied for your partner to visit Australia.

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Partner (Migrant) Visa - Onshore

Subclass 100

After completing specific criteria while on the temporary Visa Subclass 309, the applicant partner can later apply permanent PR Visa called Partner (Migrant Visa) Subclass 100. This visa is a Permanent resident visa, and your partner may be eligible for citizenship after completing specific criteria while on this Visa.
A partner visa is one of the most challenging visas that require the applicant to submit many documents as per visa requirements to establish his/her genuine relationship with Australian citizens or Australian permanent residents. The partner could be a spouse or de facto of the same or opposite sex. Both can be in a married (Spousal) relationship or in a de facto relationship.

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Sponsored Parent Temporary Visa

Subclass 870

Subclass 870 is a temporary Visa suitable for the parents of Settled Australian Permanent Residents, Australian citizens and Eligible New Zealand citizens. This Visa is not a pathway to Permanent residency in Australia. The duration of the Visa can either be three years or five years, depending on the Visa fee you are willing to pay.
The key features of this Visa are that there is no balance of family test required, is low cost with quick processing time compared to the other types of parent visas. Parents are not required to depart from Australia and can fly in and out of Australia as many times as they want during the validity period of the Visa. Parents can reapply for this Visa to stay further for (5) years up to a total of ten years under this Visa Scheme.

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Contributory Aged Parent Visa - Temporary

Subclass 884

The contributory aged parent visa, Subclass 884 for short, is a temporary residency permit that allows older parents (mostly 65+ Years old) to live in Australia if they have an Australian child who can sponsor them. It is an expensive Visa and is generally the first step towards parents permanent residency.
This type of temporary resident visa cannot be extended or renewed like the rest of the regular visas; it only lasts two years and then expires. However, there’s no need to worry about this expiration as parents can apply for a new visa Subclass 864 (Permanent), a permanent type of Visa. You must be very careful that the application for Subclass 864 (permanent) must be applied before the expiry of the temporary visa Subclass 884.

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Contributory Aged Parent Visa - Permanent

Subclass 864

You may be eligible to apply for Contributory Aged Parent Visa Subclass 864 if you are a “pension age” parent of settled Australian Permanent residents, Australian citizens or eligible New Zealand citizens. Your child could be a biological child, step-child or adopted child. It is a Permanent resident Visa and gives you the right to live in Australia indefinitely.
Subclass 864 is generally the second step for the parents towards their permanent residency journey when combined with the first step, Subclass 884 (Temporary). It has a relatively quick processing time and is a  better option for parents who are already in Australia. In short, and if desired, parents can move to Australia on Temporary Visa Subclass 884 temporarily and then apply for Subclass 864, which is a permanent type.

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Aged Parent Visa - Permanent

Subclass 804

Aged parent Visa Subclass 804 is one of the (7) seven types of Parent’s Visa to reunite the settled Australian Permanent residents, Australian citizens and eligible New Zealand citizens with their pension-aged parents. One of the significant differences between Subclass 804 and the other parent Visas is that this Visa is “Non-Contributory”.
The most significant advantage of this Visa is that it is an inexpensive Visa as compared to the other Contributory Aged Parent Visas. However, it is generally difficult for most parents to fulfil its eligibility criteria and the processing time is approximately 13 years to 30 years depending on the number of places available and the current applicant’s queue.

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Contributory Parent Visa - Temporary

Subclass 173

You may be eligible to apply for Contributory Aged Parent Visa Subclass 864 if you are a “pension age” parent of settled Australian Permanent residents, Australian citizens or eligible New Zealand citizens. Your child could be a biological child, step-child or adopted child. It is a Permanent resident Visa and gives you the right to live in Australia indefinitely.
Subclass 864 is generally the second step for the parents towards their permanent residency journey when combined with the first step, Subclass 884 (Temporary). It has a relatively quick processing time and is a  better option for parents who are already in Australia. In short, and if desired, parents can move to Australia on Temporary Visa Subclass 884 temporarily and then apply for Subclass 864, which is a permanent type.

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Contributory Parent Visa - Permanent

Subclass 143

You may be eligible to apply for Contributory Parent Visa Subclass 143 if you are a parent of settled Australian Permanent residents, Australian citizens or eligible New Zealand citizens. Your child could be a biological child, step-child or adopted child. This is a Permanent resident Visa and gives you the right to live in Australia for an indefinite period.
Subclass 143 is generally the second step for the non-pension age parents towards their permanent residency journey when combined with the first step, Subclass 173 (Temporary). It has a relatively quick processing time and is a  better option for parents who are already in Australia. In short, and if desired, parents can move to Australia on Temporary Visa Subclass 173 temporarily and then apply for Subclass 143, which is a permanent type.

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Parent Visa - Permanent

Subclass 103

Parent Visa Subclass 103 is one of the seven types of Parent’s Visa to reunite the settled Australian Permanent residents, Australian citizens and eligible New Zealand citizens with their Non-Pension age parents. One of the significant differences between Subclass 103 and the other parent Visas is that this Visa is “Non-Contributory” and you don’t have to pay expensive Visa fee. 
The most significant advantage of this Visa is that it is an inexpensive Visa as compared to the other Contributory Parent Visas. However, it is generally difficult for most parents to fulfil its eligibility criteria and the processing time is approximately 13 years to 30 years depending on the number of places available and the current applicant’s queue.

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Education

Student Visa-

Subclass 500

The student visa Subclass 500 lets you pursue full-time study in Australia while on an internationally recognized course. To apply for this Visa with the Department of home affairs, one must have a letter of offer or active application status from an accredited institution. If your Visa is approved, the maximum time allowed for this type of stay would be as long as it takes to complete that degree.
Brilliant Migration Club is one of the leading Education consultants that can help your craft your Australian Education journey suited to your goals. Brilliant Migration Club always suggests that international students enrol in courses that can improve their potential to achieve their desired goals and objectives. Contact Sidra Shahab to discuss your study pathway today.

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Student Visa Extension

Study Extension

Student Visa extension means applying the Student Visa subclass 500 once again. In most cases, the applicant is already in Australia on any other substantive Visa and wants to extend the study duration. You may be eligible to apply for the Student Visa Extension once again due to various reasons that need to be justified for the Visa approval with the Department of Home Affairs.
Applicants still need to meet the “Genuine Temporary Entrant” GTE requirements at this stage. Brilliant Migration Club strongly suggests taking this as an opportunity to revise or remap your study options and, this time around, plan according to your desired study or Permanent Residency goals according to your background and preferences.

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Student Visa to PR Plan

Consultation Session

Australia is a beautiful country with a lot to offer. Thousands of international students have made Australia their permanent home with hard work and diligent planning. But, making it a permanent country of residence isn’t always easy. This is because Australian Immigration is a complex process that needs you, the applicant, to take wise actions at the right time.
Brilliant Migration Club can discuss your educational background, past/recent work experience and future goals to suggest a possible pathway towards Permanent residency. We have helped many students achieve their PR dream. Contact us today to book a consultation session with our expert Education Consultant at Brilliant Migration Club.

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Professional Year Program

IT, Accountancy & Engineering Professionals

Brilliant Migration Club offers admission in the professional Year program for Accountants and IT professionals through the authorized Professional Year Program providers. It is a stage when the International Students are given the opportunity to switch to a temporary Visa Subclass 485 to learn and apply the practical skills related to their related fields.

It is best to reassess your Permanent residency goals at this stage, and we strongly suggest looking for a job in your field while you are enrolled in a Professional Year Program, JRP or on a 485 Visa. Brilliant Migration Club can help you enrol in the Professional year program and suggest ways to utilize this time to achieve your Permanent residency dreams. 

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PR Pathway Courses

For International Students

We can suggest and offer PR pathway courses keeping in view the current demand of the Australian Labor market and the history of the skilled occupation on the skills list. It will be a consultation session with our Education Consultants and Migration Agents to discuss the potential fields you are passionate about whether or not that particular study can possibly lead you to your permanent residency goals.
During the consultation session, our consultant will discuss your current course, your past study history and your future goals to suggest the best possible approach to help you achieve your desired goals. Remember, selecting the right, affordable course at the right location can help you score good points if you plan to make Australia your permanent home. Contact us today to discuss further.

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