As reported by AVNEET ARORA “nearly 4,000 applicants jumped administrative queues of the standard visa program to secure permanent residency through this high-priority pathway in the last financial year, despite the onset of the coronavirus pandemic that brought migration to a near halt and forced Australia’s international borders shut. Aimed to headhunt highly skilled technologists, the Global Talent Independent (GTI) scheme was launched in November last year to combat competition from other popular global destinations for skilled migrants – namely the US, UK and Canada.
How does the program work? The pathway is aimed at attracting highly skilled migrants working in one of the seven designated ‘future-focused’ sectors: ag-tech, med-tech, space, fin-tech, energy and mining technology, cybersecurity, and data science. To be eligible, the applicants must demonstrate the potential to earn a salary at or above the income threshold of $153,600 each year and have their application supported by a nominator of national reputation in the same field.
So if you or anyone you know is thinking of applying for a GTI visa or has a GTI application pending or refused talk to us.
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