The Pathway to Permanent Residence: A Guide to the Permanent Residence (Skilled Regional) Visa (Subclass 191)

Introduction:
As a leading migration law firm, we aim to provide you with a comprehensive understanding of the Permanent Residence (Skilled Regional) visa (subclass 191), which serves as the pathway to permanent residence for eligible holders of the Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) (subclass 491) and Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional (Provisional) (subclass 494) visas.

No Minimum Income Requirement:
It is important to note that the Permanent Residence (Skilled Regional) visa (subclass 191) does not have a minimum income requirement. Currently, there is no legislative instrument in place specifying a minimum income threshold for this visa category.

Income Assessment Requirements:
To be eligible for the subclass 191 visa, primary applicants must provide notices of assessment issued by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) for three income years out of the five years of their eligible visa. If you have already lodged your application, it is vital to verify that your submission includes these three notices of assessment.

Government Commitment:
The Australian Government is dedicated to streamlining the migration system in the national interest. It aims to assist migrants who are already living and working in Australia, contributing with their skills to the nation’s growth and prosperity. The government provides clarity on their prospects for permanent residence through various visa pathways, including the subclass 191 visa.

Further Information:
For more detailed information and to stay updated on the latest guidelines and requirements, we encourage you to visit the official website of the Department of Home Affairs: Immigration and Citizenship (homeaffairs.gov.au). Alternatively, you may seek personalized advice from Migration Guru to address specific concerns related to your situation.
Readers must note that Migration Guru has assisted a vast number of clients, in various and complex circumstances. Migration Guru has more than 80 years of collective experience in the industry and a team of Migration Agents / Solicitors.
With our vast experience and skills, we are able to provide accurate migration or legal advice based on our clients’ personal circumstances. If you would like more information regarding your visa eligibility, applicable visa subclass, or next steps, Migration Guru can assist you in navigating this process. Unlike many other firms, the First Consultation at Migration Guru is completely free so that clients can get fair, accurate and upfront advise on their visa prospects.

Our team may be contacted by via email on info at migrationguru.om.au or by calling 07 3036 3800. Readers are encouraged to follow us on Facebook for all the updates to Migration Law – https://www.facebook.com/migrationguru/
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Disclaimer: – The above article constitutes only generic information on migration issues, and does not constitute specific migration advice to any entity or individual.

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