The subclass 186 visa enables skilled people to reside and work continuously in Australia after being nominated by their employer. The applicant must have their employer’s nomination before submitting the visa application because this is a permanent visa.
Below is the current average processing time:
The length of time required for each application to be processed varies depending on the particulars of the applicant and sponsor as well as the caliber of the application submitted to the Department of Home Affairs. In fact, many well-prepared applications are processed far more quickly and smoothly than the norm. We advise contacting one of our knowledgeable Registered Migration Agents to handle your files if you want your visa application to be presented in the best possible light and you want to make sure it can be processed quickly.
We consider each application individually. Processing times can differ for a variety of causes, such as:
Guide to visa processing times
Our updated visa processing time guide provides you with an idea of how long it might take to process your visa application. This expected timeline has been established based on how long it has taken to process recently completed applications. Your application won’t necessarily be processed in this amount of time.
Priorities for processing family visas
Regardless of when an application is submitted and in accordance with the government’s policy priorities, we process family migration requests in processing priority orders.
According to highest priority first, the current processing priorities are:
Conditions that are compelling and caring
If you can show that your application for a partner or child visa will benefit them, your case may be given priority. You will need to submit a request for priority processing to the visa office handling your application, along with proof of your claims.
No assurance can be made that your application will be given more priority than those of other candidates, who may have just as compelling or even more compassionate circumstances.
When processing or placing applications for Contributory Parent, Parent, or Other Family Visas in a queue, we are unable to take into account compelling and compassionate circumstances.
If you want to immigrate to Australia as a skilled worker and need expert guidance, Parish Patience is here to help. We are able to provide comprehensive solutions to the candidates and support them throughout the entire process because of our more than ten years of experience in the fields of education and migration counseling.
Since 1888, we have been offering assistance and support for all types of Visas in Australia. We’ll make sure your application is processed correctly and quickly – so that it meets the requirements necessary to enter this great country! We provide comprehensive solutions to the candidates and support them throughout the entire Visa journey.
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