Global Talent Visa Application Fee

2020 has been tough! Australia severed reduced its quotas for the 189, 190 and 491 visas to make way for more partner visas, business visas and the Global Talent

2020 has been tough! Australia severed reduced its quotas for the 189, 190 and 491 visas to make way for more partner visas, business visas and the Global Talent Independent Program. This visa sounds intimidating, but don’t judge a book by its cover.

//Related content
The AILS Guide – Global Talent Program:
Australia’s Immigration Plan for 2020/2021:
189 Visa – 90 Points is the New Normal:
Future for 189/491 Visas:

00:00 – Introduction
//Visa benefits
00:46 – High quota in 2020/21
01:08 – Know your EOI status
01:26 – Bachelors Honours, Masters & PhD graduates
02:09 – Not a points tested visa
//Visa requirements
02:47 – 7 target sectors
03:19 – Your skills
05:35 – Still prominent in your field
05:58 – Asset to Australia
06:23 – Employability
06:55 – High income
07:29 – Eligible graduates
//How to apply
08:35 – Making an application
09:57 – Nominator (after you are invited)

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