Introduction of Mandatory Provisional Visa before Grant of Australian Permanent Residency
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In new move to ensure credibility of the migrant towards Australian society as whole as well as keeping the demands of the national security in the forefront, Australian Government has planned to introduce Provisional Visas as mandatory criteria for immigrants looking for Permanent Residency in the country. All the migrants will first have to visit and stay in the country on the basis of provisional visa before being granted with the Permanent Residency of Australia status. These individuals will have to stay in the country for certain time period as per the news norms being explored by the department of Immigration under transformation of visas.

This change has brought in many questions in the mind of the country’s officials like – ‘Is it feasible and advisable for a prospective candidate for Australia’s permanent residency to stay in the country before being accorded with the prestigious status?’ ‘How and what factors will be put in under this change?

In a bid to get these questions answered, along with many others stay tuned with us to know more about the future of candidates applying for Permanent Residency to Australia.

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