About Global Talent Visa
The Global Talent Visa Program, also known as the Global Talent Independent Program, is a simplified visa pathway that allows highly qualified professionals to work and reside in Australia permanently. The programme is intended to support the expansion of Australia’s innovation and technology economies. You must be nominated by a qualified person or organisation with a national reputation in your field as part of your application. Your accomplishments and international standing will be endorsed by the nominator. In Australia, they are not obligated to provide you with work. A candidate must be highly skilled in one of the ten target sectors in order to be granted a visa under the Global Talent Visa Program. Candidates should be able to command a salary of at least AUD153,600, which is the Fair Work high income threshold.
Target sectors for the visa
Agri-food and AgTech
Defence, Advanced Manufacturing and Space
Infrastructure and Tourism
Financial Services and FinTech
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