Global Talent Independent (GTI) Visa – Subclass 124 / 858

The Australian government’s Global Talent Independent program (GTI) hopes to encourage exceptionally qualified and talented people to Australia. The scheme provides 15,000 spots between 2010 and 2021.
Agricultural Technologies (AgTech), Cyber Security (CyberSecurity), Energy and Mining Technologies (MinTech), Financial Technologies (FinTech), Medical Technologies & Pharmaceuticals (MedTech), Quantum Information, Advanced Digital, Data Science, and ICT are currently among the target sectors.
Space and Modern Manufacturing are two topics that come up frequently in discussions about the future of manufacturing.

Requirements in brief :

To be eligible for this visa, you must meet the following requirements:
l a track record of excellent and remarkable performance in your field that is internationally recognized,are still well-known in the area;
would be a valuable member of the Australian community;
Have no trouble finding work or establishing yourself as an independent in your field in Australia. Having the ability to meet the Fair Work High Income Threshold (currently $153,600). This wage level does not necessitate the provision of an employment offer.
Applicants must be nominated by a qualified person or organization, and they must also meet health and character requirements, as well as demonstrate exceptional contribution to Australia if they are under the age of 18 or 55 years old.

Those who make nominations

You must be nominated by a person or an organization. Your nominator must be one of the following in order to be allowed to suggest you: have a national reputation in Australia in the same field as the individual seeking for this visa; and be one of the following:
A citizen of Australia; a permanent resident of Australia; a New Zealand citizen; or an Australian organization,

Your nominator cannot be a Global Talent Officer. Once you’ve submitted an application for a Distinguished Talent visa, you can’t modify your nominator. Nominators must be able to attest to the fact that the applicant is a worldwide talent who fits the visa’s standards.

How to Get Started The first step is to express your interest.

Use the Global Talent contact form to submit an expression of interest (EOI).
You will be given a unique identifier if you meet the program’s requirements.
and the second step Fill out a visa application
After you’ve received a unique identity, use ImmiAccount to submit your visa application.
When lodging, make sure you select the relevant visa subclass.
If you are applying from outside Australia, you must apply for a Subclass 124 Distinguished Talent visa; if you are applying from within Australia, you must apply for a Subclass 858 Distinguished Talent visa.

How well we can assist :

All aspects of the Global Talent visa application process are well-known to our lawyers. We can help with all areas of the application and offer guidance on:high quality visa processyour eligibility for a Global Talent Independent visa
documents that illustrate your ability to attract a wage
Performing research to back up the application
Interviewing referees and drafting supporting references that highlight accomplishments, notoriety, and benefit to Australia
Creating detailed submissions outlining how the applicant satisfies the criteria
It is necessary to prepare and submit nomination and visa applications. Our expert team is dedicated to building and maintaining long-term connections with our customers. We provide dependable, personable, and practical guidance at reasonable charges that are tailored to each case. Parish Patience has the knowledge, expertise, and certifications to deliver excellent immigration service.