What is permanent resident status in Australia?

What is permanent resident status in Australia?

Australian permanent residents are residents of Australia who hold a permanent visa but are not citizens of Australia. A holder of a permanent visa may remain in Australia indefinitely. Most permanent residents are eligible to become citizens after a waiting period.

Can permanent residents re enter Australia?

Permanent resident of Australia Permanent residents and Provisional family visa holders can enter Australia. Permanent visas usually will have a 5-year travel facility. If you are outside Australia when your permanent visa travel facility expires, you can’t return to Australia.

What do you need to know to become permanent resident of Australia?

When you apply for a permanent visa, you will need to meet our visa requirements. Look under Eligibility in each visa to see what those requirements are. As an Australian permanent resident, your right to re-enter Australia after travelling overseas will depend on whether the travel facility on your permanent visa is valid.

How to apply for a permanent resident visa?

To find a visa that suits your needs explore visa options. When you apply for a permanent visa, you will need to meet our visa requirements. Look under Eligibility in each visa to see what those requirements are.

Do you have a right to re-enter Australia after travel?

Look under Eligibility in each visa to see what those requirements are. As an Australian permanent resident, your right to re-enter Australia after travelling overseas will depend on whether the travel facility on your permanent visa is valid. You do not have automatic right of entry to Australia.

Do you need employer sponsorship to apply for PR in Australia?

Employer Sponsorship for PR Employer sponsorship is optional in Australia and is only required by some states for 190 visas. 491 is not a PR and it does need employer sponsorship. You can directly file 189, 190 permanent residency applications.

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