This is a permanent visa for individuals with an internationally recognized record of extraordinary and outstanding success in a field that qualifies. You must do the following:
- When this visa is approved, you must be outside of Australia (if you are in Australia see SC858)
- have an internationally recognized record of exceptional and excellent success in one of the following areas (and continue to be a leader in that field):
- a profession
- a sport
- the arts
- research and academia
- be recommended by an Australian citizen, permanent resident, qualified New Zealand citizen, or Australian organization with a national reputation in your field of expertise
It takes a lot of effort to meet the requirements for a Distinguished Talent Visa. You must do the following:
- have a track record of extraordinary and excellent accomplishment in your field that is recognized internationally
- continue to be seen in the area
- would be a valuable contribution to the Australian community
- have no trouble finding work or establishing yourself as an independent in your field in Australia
- To be nominated by; to be nominated by; to be nominated
- a leading body or organization in Australia
- a citizen of Australia
- a permanent resident of Australia, or
- an eligible New Zealand citizen
In addition, they must:
- in your field, you have a national reputation
- be well-liked throughout Australia
It’s worth noting that a reputation earned in a single state or region isn’t regarded “national.”
Global Talent Independent program (affiliate link) (GTI)
Distinguished Talent Visa (Subclass 858) – for Australian candidates
Government fee: AU$4,110
You can apply for this visa at any age.
If you are under the age of 18 or over the age of 55 at the time of application, you must be of extraordinary benefit to the Australian community.
Requisites in English:
All applicants must be able to communicate in English, or they will be required to pay an additional fee, known as the second installment, in order to be given this visa.
You must demonstrate your track record of success.
- Qualifications and prizes that are relevant, especially those from internationally recognized organizations.
- Government, professional, scientific, cultural, sporting, and other relevant Australian bodies’ advice.
- A statement from the nominator endorsing your track record.
- If you are under the age of 18 or over the age of 55, show that you would be of great use to the Australian community.
Your capacity to get work or establish yourself as an independent in your field in Australia
You must show why, in your field of achievement, you would have no problem finding work or how you plan to sustain yourself in Australia. Even if it just makes up a small portion of your overall income, revenue from jobs unrelated to your field of achievement will not enough to meet the visa’s requirements.
Visa for Exceptional Talent (PR)
The Distinguished Talent Visa is a visa that allows you to stay in the United States permanently. It gives you and your family the opportunity to
- study in Australia
- live in Australia indefinitely
- For five years, I traveled to and from Australia (after that time you will be required to obtain a resident return visas)
- submit an application for citizenship
- Enroll in Medicare, the Australian government’s medical insurance program.
- employment in Australia
- Australia as a study destination
- seek for citizenship in Australia
- sponsor eligible relatives for Australian residency
Other visas that may be suitable for your needs include:
- Visas for the purpose of entertainment
- Visas for Academic Visitors
- Visas for Religious Workers
- Sports visa