What are the Benefits of GTI
What is GTI (Global talent Visa)?
For talented and promising people who want to work in the UK in the sectors of “academia or research,” “arts and culture,” or “digital technology,” there is the Global Talent Visa. On February 20, 2020, it took the place of Tier 1 (Exceptional Talent/Promise) Visa route. The Global Talent visa, which offers a streamlined immigration track for highly qualified professionals or for people who have attained recognition in the arts, sport, research, or education, replaced the former Distinguished Talent visa on February 27, 2021. It is intended to draw the most talented individuals from around the world who are interested in working and residing permanently in Australia (migrating to Australia).
Benefits of PR in Australia
- Australia’s living standards are comparatively higher.
- You can enroll in Medicare, one of the best medical health service programs in Australia, by getting a PR visa.
- The dependent children of PR holders are entitled to free or heavily discounted educational services.
- Childcare facilities are available to parents with PR at a reduced rate.
- Australian residents with a PR may live and work anywhere.
- They can also sponsor members of your family to become permanent residents.
- Australian citizenship is conferred on children of PR holders at birth.
Benefits of GTI
- Availability of positions not listed in the occupation lists
- Possibility of negotiating terms other than those specified in the TSS visa requirements
- Priority application processing
- The visa has no age limitations.
- Benefits of cutting-edge technology like virtual reality, artificial intelligence, and quantum computing,
- The Global Talent visa is flexible; for example, it can be granted for a period of one year or up to five years, with the option of seeking an extension or for settlement without first needing one (if unnecessary).
- If the initial endorsement has not been withdrawn, no new endorsement is necessary when requesting an extension or settlement.
- Without having to reapply for a visa, endorsement enables an individual to work for a company or operate their own business in their specialized field, including volunteer work.
- To hire a person with a Global Talent visa, an employer does not need to get a sponsor license.
- A person can apply for this visa without having a job, and they can change jobs without having to notify the Home Office of any changes.
- After acquiring a Global Talent visa for three years, a settlement application may be made.
- If they meet the requirements, dependents may travel with the applicant.
- If you’ve won a Prestigious Prize, you don’t need anyone to recommend you (see below).
A candidate must be highly talented in one of the 10 target industries and be able to command a salary that meets the high-income criteria in order to be asked to submit an application for a visa under the Global Talent Visa Program. We are searching for extraordinary people who are at the forefront of innovation in the target industries, senior executives, and highly qualified professionals who can assist open doors for Australia by fostering innovation and job creation.
If applicants match the requirements listed below, they may apply for the Distinguished Talent Visa:
- Benefit the Australian community (economically, socially, culturally, or by improving Australia’s international stature in academia, the arts, or sports).
- Show that you have the potential to establish yourself in Australia by being independently established or by being able to locate the appropriate employment with ease.
- Own a track record of success in a career, a sport, the arts, academics, or research that is recognized internationally.
- Candidates must have a proven track record of success in their field and be recognized as extraordinary in any nation where it is practiced.
Be proposed by:
- an Australian national
- a permanent resident of Australia
- eligible citizen of New Zealand
- organization in Australia with a solid national reputation in your field of expertise
Hong Kong passport holders have priority when applying for visas (recently announced by the Department of Home Affairs)
If you want to immigrate to Australia as a skilled worker and need expert guidance, ESI is here to help. We provide comprehensive solutions to the candidates and support them throughout the entire process thanks to our extensive experience in the fields of education and migration advice.