The foundation of PFEC Global is integrity and the assurance of providing outcomes, which our registered migration agents adhere to. We are committed to developing effective tactics and a comprehensive procedure that puts you, our clients, in the loop of success at all times. Our countless association with thousands of students from various nationalities over the years has encouraged us to keep in tune with the cultural and language barrier of our surroundings. As a result, our proficient agents focus on maintaining a compassionate and understanding personality that can cater to clients belonging to any nationality. Additionally, it helps the agents and clients feel more at ease when conversing and helps them better understand how they can help students realise their dreams. Furthermore, we are constantly working to simplify your migration application requirements, and we go above and beyond to ensure that everything runs smoothly. In fact, no matter how big your migration concerns are, we are completely committed to aiding you in defining them and implementing an effective strategy to address them.
We have built strong relationships with our partner institutions in the destinations, many of which will offer great scholarships for international students.
There are various visa types available for immigrants to Australia, each with specific requirements. The majority of foreign students intend to apply for visas Subclass 189 or Subclass 190. However, Subclass 491 has recently been introduced by the Australian government, and it may also result in permanent residency. The requirements for each of these subclasses vary, as do the points needed to be eligible for them.
There is no definite response to the question of "How many points do I need for PR?" Australian immigration policies are very dynamic, and situations change frequently. However, you can visit the Department of Home Affairs website, where they regularly update the invitation points following their invitation rounds, to see the most recent invitation marks.
In addition to other pertaining requirements, all Australian student visa applicants must satisfy the Genuine Temporary Entrant Criteria in order to be approved. For this very reason, switching from a subclass 485 visa to a student visa can be challenging. You could try to reduce the risk by including a GTE statement with your student visa application, which must explain why you chose the specific study program you did in light of your prior experiences, future career goals and endeavours.