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Skilled Independent Visa

(Subclass 189)

Welcome Letter

Details on Skilled Independent Visa (Subclass 189)

Visa Fee & Other Expenses

Process Flow Chart

Opulentus Services & Fee

Australia A Detailed Overview

Contact Information

Welcome Letter
Dear Patron,

Welcome to the elite club of Opulentus Overseas Careers Pvt. Ltd.


At the onset we would thank you for choosing Initial Information Report to know the chances of settling abroad.
We have this Initial Information Report for you to analyze your probabilities and clarity on how, when and where
you can kick start your overseas career.
The report has been prepared considering the information provided by you; hope you have taken utmost care
while filling up the information sheet. The prevailing rules for immigration set by the country have been taken
into account for executing this IIR. Immigration guidelines and requirements change at regular intervals and we
would recommend to initiate the process as soon as possible on the receipt of the Information Report.
This whole process of IIR is done to make sure that a patron is given complete information to analyze a lot of
imperative things before a step like this which changes once life when taken. We respect the fact that you want
to be assured before you start spending time and money and this IIR is exactly what we offer to someone like
you to understand the whole process very closely and then take a call.
We thank you once again for choosing us and we look forward to welcome you to avail full service.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any further queries.
With Best Regards
Team "Initial Information Reports"
Opulentus Overseas Careers Pvt. Ltd.
irr@opulentuz.com
customercare@opulentuz.com

Things You Should Know About Skilled Independent Visa (Subclass 189)
Australia Skilled-Independent Visa (subclass 189) is a permanent residence visa which allows skilled professionals to work
and live in Australia and enjoy all the benefits of an Australian PR.

Salient Features of This Visa


Live, work, study, travel anywhere in Australia
permanently
Facilitation for inclusion of family members in visa
application
No requirement of arranged employment
Unrestricted freedom work anywhere in the country
Access to certain categories of social security grants
(waiting periods applicable)
Entitled for enrollment to Medicare - Australia's
scheme for health-related care and expenses
Eligibility for citizenship after fulfilling the permanent
residence conditions
Sponsor eligible relatives for permanent residence

Document Requirements
Applicant has to provide documents in support of
the claimed points to support your application.
Documents pertaining to education, employment,
character requirement, English language requirement and health status needs to be submitted
Only the certified copies of original documents need
to be submitted.
Applicant has to submit his original documents only
when requested by Immigration Department.
Documents in languages other than English must be
accompanied by accredited English translations.

Evidence of Functional English (IELTS Requirements)


Australia immigration requires the visa applicants to prove their English language ability, which can be proved either by:
Providing evidence you are a citizen of and hold a current passport from Canada, New Zealand, the Republic of Ireland, the
United Kingdom or the United States of America
Or
Applicants have to score at least 6* on each of the four components of speaking, reading, listening and writing in IELTS or

score B on each of the four components of an Occupational English Test (OET) in the three years immediately
before lodging your application.
Dependent applicants who are or above 18 years of age have to provide valid IELTS score along with the application. Dependent applicants have to score at least 4.5** for the four test components (speaking, reading,
listening and writing).
Disclaimer:
*Applicants should meet the English language proficiency as per Skills Assessment authorities as specified (if
applicable). Request to check the IRR points given.
**Dependents, if unable to appear for IELTS, have to pay the second base fee. Please consult your Career Consultant for more information this.

Visa Fee & Other Expenses


The visa fee for Skilled Independent Visa (subclass 189) is:
Main Visa Applicant

AUD$3520

Each Dependent Applicant above 18yrs

AUD$1760

Each Dependent Below 18yrs

AUD$880

Note: For applicants who have turned 18 at the time of application and who are assessed as not having functional English the second installment of visa fee is $4250.

Additional costs included are


IELTS Exam Fee

9900 INR

Skill Assessment Fee

AUD 350 to 1400 based on the nominated occupation

Medicals / Registration

Case Specific

Note: Courier charges* to be borne by the applicant; this is not included in the service cost. (*If applicable)
Disclaimer: All costs are subjected to change without prior notice. Please check with your consultant before
signing up for the service.

Process Flow Chart


Register for Evaluation

Sign up for Full Service


on Receipt of Positive
Evaluation Report

Submission of documents
to DIBP

Invitation and selection

Visa Approval

Submit documents for


Skills Assessment
Application

Application submission
to concerned authority

Submission of EOI

Receive Positive Report

Opulentus Services & Costs


Opulentus Service Charges for Australia Skilled Independent Visa (subclass 189) is:
Main Applicant:

70000 INR

Each Dependent:

10000 INR

Please note there would be an additional 12.36% of Service Tax charged on your total amount.

Our Full Service & Processing Includes:


Document checklist
Complete Migration Processing & Application Processing
Guidance on acquiring the specific Police Clearance Certificate
Assistance with Medicals
Updates & Follow up with the Consulate
Dedicated Customer Service Excellence team to answer your queries
Visa Interview Preparation if required
Guidance on Family Visa** documentation (if required)
** In case of Partner skills assessment to be done charges applicable accordingly

Additional support services provided by partnered companies of Opulentus at an


additional cost:
Airport pickup

: Transportation would be arranged from the airport to the hotel / house.

Accommodation assistance : Temporary accommodation can be arranged at a hotel within your budget
where you can stay till a permanent accommodation is arranged. We do
assist for both the cases.
Relocation Orientation

: A kit containing relocation assistance manual would be given which would


guide you how to settle into the new country.

Job Search Assistance

: Also known as Resume Zapper service, we send your resume to employers


/ placement companies in a city of your choice.

Australia: A Detailed Overview


Full country name - Commonwealth of Australia
Area

- 7,692,024 sq km

Population

- 23 million (2014 estimate)

Capital city

- Canberra

Largest city

- Sydney

National Language - English


Religion

- 75% Christian, 1% Muslim, 1% Buddhist, 0.5% Jewish

Government

- Federal Parliamentary Constitutional Monarchy

Currency

- Australian Dollar

Calling Code

- +61

States & Territories:


Australia has 6 states & 2 major mainland territories: The six states are:
NSW New South Wales

QLD Queensland

SA

South Australia

TAS

VIC

WA

Western Australia

Tasmania

Victoria

The two major mainland territories are the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) and the Northern Territory (NT).
This two territory function as individual state.

Employment and workplace


Australian government has various departments to ensure best practices at workplace. The organizations are
The Department of Employment is responsible for national policies and programs that helps both employees and employers to maintain safe, fair and productive workplaces.
Fair Works Ombudsman maintains a close eye on workplace rights and rules, whether you're an employee,
employer or contractor. Also information on wages, awards, employment duration, leave, termination and
complaints is provided
Department of Employment maintains a Labor Market Information Portal (LMIP) (http://lmip.gov.au/) which
details about the industry employment trends, employment prospects/vacancies and other required details
for people looking for employment.
The Fair Work Ombudsman is an independent statutory office created by the Fair Work Act 2009 to promote
harmonious, productive and cooperative workplace relations and ensure compliance with Commonwealth
workplace laws

Job Outlook in Australia for 2014-15


Australia, Department of Labor with consideration of ABS employment data for November
2013 and the Governments forecasts and projections in the December 2013 Mid-Year
Economic and Fiscal Outlook (MYEFO) has released the employment growth over the five
years to November 2018.
The Department of Employment projects employment to grow by 838,100 (or 7.2 per cent) over the five
years to November 2018. Employment is projected to grow in 16of the 19 broad industries over the five
years to November 2018, with declines in employment projected for Manufacturing, Mining and Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing.
Health Care and Social Assistance is projected to make the largest contribution to employment growth
(increasing by 229,400), followed by Education and Training(118,800),Retail Trade(98,200), Professional,
Scientific and Technical Services(88,700) and Construction (83,500). Together, these five industries are
projected to provide more than two thirds of the employment growth to November 2018.

Health Care and Social Assistance 25.7%

Construction 9.3 %

Education and Training 13.3 %

Accommodation and Food


Services 6.2 %

Other 11.4 %

Public Administration and Safety


5.4 %

Retail Trade 11.0 %

Administrative and Support


Services 4.2 %

PRofessional, Scientific and Technical


Services 9.9 %

Transport, Postal and


Warehousing 3.6 %

Other includes Financial and Insurance Services, Wholesale Trade, Arts and Recreation Services, Rental, Hiring and
Real Estate Services, Electricity, Gas, Water and Waste Services and Information Media and Telecommunications.
Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing, Mining and Manufacturing
Australia Department of Employment has released the below table depicting the growth across industries till
Nov2018
Projected employment growth to November 2018
Industry
('000)

(%)

Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing

-2.8

-0.9

Mining

-12.3

-4.5

Manufacturing

-40.3

-4.3

Electricity, Gas, Water and Waste Services

9.8

6.2

Construction

83.5

8.0

Wholesale Trade

19.9

4.9

Retail Trade

98.2

7.8

Accommodation and Food Services

55.2

7.1

Transport, Postal and Warehousing

32.1

5.5

Information Media and Telecommunications

0.2

0.1

Financial and Insurance Services

20.5

4.9

Rental, Hiring and Real Estate Services

15.1

7.7

Professional, Scientific and Technical Services

88.7

9.9

Administrative and Support Services

37.3

9.6

Public Administration and Safety

48.5

6.3

Education and Training

118.8

13.3

Health Care and Social Assistance

229.4

16.3

Arts and Recreation Services

15.6

7.4

Other Services

20.7

4.4

All Industries

838.1

7.2

Salaries in Australia
Salary ranges differ for professionals across the sector and depends on individuals skills
set, experience and education and not necessarily in the same order.

Average salary, to list a few occupations is as listed below:


IT & Engineering Professionals

AU$59,099 - AU$141,913

Accountant Salary

AU$38,341 - AU$77,214

Operations Manager

AU$50,708 - AU$134,020

Graphics/Web Designers

AU$36,109 - AU$64,758

Business Development Manager

AU$49,867 - AU$129,699

Marketing Managers

AU$48,819 - AU$119,672

Auditors

AU$40,645 - AU$75,524

Business System Analyst

AU$57,274 - AU$101,861

Administrative Coordinators

AU$36,850 - AU$64,079

HR Manager

AU$55,990 - AU$126,767

Life in Australia
Australia is an independent and modern nation with a strong economy and a diverse cultural base. Its democratic institutions, cultural diversity and record of constructive international and regional engagement underpin
its participation in world affairs.

Time Zone & Climate in Australia


Australia is the world's sixth largest country and is divided into three separate time zones.
Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST)
Covers the eastern states of Queensland, New South Wales (with the exception of the town of Broken Hill),
Victoria, Tasmania and the Australian Capital Territory
AEST is equal to Coordinated Universal Time plus 10 hours (UTC +10).
Australian Central Standard Time (ACST)
Covers the state of South Australia, the town of Broken Hill in western New South Wales and the Northern Territory
ACST is equal to Coordinated Universal Time plus 9.5 hours (UTC +9.5).
Australian Western Standard Time (AWST)
Covers Western Australia
AWST is equal to Coordinated Universal Time plus 8 hours (UTC +8).
Most of the regions of Australia experience a temperate weather for most of the year but the climate can vary
due to the size of the continent.
The northern states typically experience warm weather much of the time, with the southern states experiencing
cooler winters. Australia is also one of the driest continents on earth with an average annual rainfall of less than
600 mm. Like all countries in the southern hemisphere, Australia's seasons are opposite to those in the northern
hemisphere
December to February is summer; March to May is autumn; June to August is winter; and September to November is spring in Australia.

Education in Australia & School Term Dates


Australia is a leading global education provider with some of the worlds best schools,
colleges and universities and also boasts of world class facilities and with well educators.
Seven out of ten universities are among the top ten universities across the world. The universities offer more than 20000 courses in more than 1100 institutions.

Every state and territory has their own school term dates.
ACT school term dates
Term

2014

2015

1.

Monday 3 FebruaryFriday 11 April

Monday 2 FebruaryFriday 10 April

2.

Monday 28 AprilFriday 4 July

Monday 27 AprilFriday 3 July

3.

Monday 21 JulyFriday 26 September

Monday 20 JulyFriday 25 September

4.

Monday 13 OctoberWednesday 17 December

Monday 12 OctoberFriday 18 December

NSW School Term Dates


Term

2014

2015

1.

Wednesday 29 JanuaryFriday 11 April


(Eastern division)
Wednesday 5 FebruaryFriday 11 April
(Western division)

Wednesday 28 JanuaryThursday 2 April


(Eastern division)
Wednesday 4 FebruaryThursday 2 April
(Western division)

2.

Tuesday 29 AprilFriday 27 June

Tuesday 21 AprilFriday 26 June

3.

Tuesday 15 JulyFriday 19 September

Tuesday 14 JulyFriday 18 September

4.

Tuesday 7 OctoberWednesday 17 December

Tuesday 6 OctoberWednesday 16 December

NT School Term Dates


Term

2014

2015

1.

Friday 24 JanuaryFriday 4 April (urban schools


only) (Students resume Tuesday 28 January urban schools only)
Tuesday 28 JanuaryFriday 4 April (remote
schools only) (Students resume Wednesday 29
January - remote schools only)

Friday 23 JanuaryThursday 2 April (urban


schools only) (Students resume Tuesday 27
January - urban schools only)
Tuesday 27 JanuaryThursday 2 April (remote
schools only) (Students resume Wednesday 28
January - remote schools only)

2.

Monday 14 AprilFriday 20 June

Monday 13 AprilFriday 19 June

3.

Monday 21 JulyFriday 26 September (Students


resume Tuesday 22 July)

Monday 20 JulyFriday 25 September (Students


resume Tuesday 21 July)

4.

Monday 6 OctoberThursday 11 December


(urban schools only)
Monday 6 OctoberFriday 12 December (remote
schools only)

Monday 5 OctoberThursday 10 December


(urban schools only)
Monday 5 OctoberFriday 11 December (remote
schools only)

Qld School Term Dates


Term

2014

2015

1.

Tuesday 28 JanuaryFriday 4 April

Tuesday 27 JanuaryThursday 2 April

2.

Tuesday 22 AprilFriday 27 June

Monday 20 AprilFriday 26 June

3.

Monday 14 JulyFriday 19 September

Monday 13 JulyFriday 18 September

4.

Tuesday 7 OctoberFriday 12 December*

Tuesday 6 OctoberFriday 11 December**

SA School Term Dates


Term

2014

2015

1.

Tuesday 28 JanuaryFriday 11 April

Tuesday 27 JanuaryFriday 10 April

2.

Monday 28 AprilFriday 4 July

Monday 27 AprilFriday 3 July

3.

Monday 21 JulyFriday 26 September

Monday 20 JulyFriday 25 September

4.

Monday 13 OctoberFriday 12 December

Monday 12 OctoberFriday 11 December

Tas School Term Dates


Term

2014

2015

1.

Wednesday 5 February*Thursday 17 April

Wednesday 4 February**Thursday 2 April

2.

Monday 5 MayFriday 4 July

Monday 20 AprilFriday 3 July

3.

Monday 21 JulyFriday 26 September

Monday 20 JulyFriday 25 September

4.

Monday 13 OctoberThursday 18 December*

Monday 12 OctoberThursday 17 December**

Vic School Term Dates


Term

2014

2015

1.

Tuesday 28 January*Friday 4 April

Wednesday 28 January*Friday 27 March

2.

Tuesday 22 AprilFriday 27 June

Monday 13 AprilFriday 26 June

3.

Monday 14 JulyFriday 19 September

Monday 13 JulyFriday 18 September

4.

Monday 6 OctoberFriday 19 December

Monday 5 OctoberFriday 18 December

WA School Term Dates


Term

2014

2015

1.

Monday 3 February*Friday 11 April

Monday 2 FebruaryThursday 2 April

2.

Monday 28 AprilFriday 4 July

Monday 20 AprilFriday 3 July

3.

Monday 21 JulyFriday 26 September

Monday 20 JulyFriday 25 September

4.

Monday 13 OctoberThursday 18 December*

Monday 12 OctoberThursday 17 December

Note: Please check with the concerned school before finalization for confirmation on term dates.
Health & Medical Facilities
The Department of Human Services (Human Services) administers Medicare on behalf of the Department of
Health (Health).
Medicare usually covers:
Free or subsidised treatment by health professionals
75 per cent of the Medicare Schedule fee for services and procedures if you are a private patient in a public or
private hospital

Australian Permanent Residents can claim their Medicare benefit:


During consultation
After consultation through online or over the phone

Cost of Living
Restaurants

Avg.

Range

Meal, Inexpensive Restaurant

17.00 A$

Meal for 2, Mid-range Restaurant, Three-course

80.00 A$

Combo Meal at McDonalds or Similar

8.50 A$

Domestic Beer (0.5 liter draught)

6.22 A$

Imported Beer (0.33 liter bottle)

7.50 A$

Cappuccino (regular)

3.93 A$

Coke/Pepsi (0.33 liter bottle)

3.04 A$

Water (0.33 liter bottle)

2.58 A$

13.00
21.00
60.00
105.00
8.00
10.00
5.00
8.00
6.00
8.50
3.50
4.50
2.50
3.50
2.00
3.00

Markets

Avg.

Range

Milk (regular), (1 liter)

1.55 A$

Loaf of Fresh White Bread (500g)

2.93 A$

Rice (white), (1kg)

2.86 A$

Eggs (12)

4.30 A$

Local Cheese (1kg)

10.15 A$

Chicken Breasts (Boneless, Skinless), (1kg)

11.19 A$

Apples (1kg)

4.04 A$

Oranges (1kg)

3.51 A$

1.00
2.00
2.00
4.00
2.00
4.00
3.29
5.00
8.00
13.00
9.43
14.00
3.00
5.00
2.98
4.50

Tomato (1kg)

4.88 A$

Potato (1kg)

2.90 A$

Lettuce (1 head)

2.42 A$

Water (1.5 liter bottle)

2.68 A$

Bottle of Wine (Mid-Range)

15.00 A$

Domestic Beer (0.5 liter bottle)

4.81 A$

Imported Beer (0.33 liter bottle)

5.24 A$

Pack of Cigarettes (Marlboro)

18.50 A$

4.00
6.00
2.00
3.99
2.00
3.00
2.00
3.50
13.00
20.00
3.80
6.00
4.00
7.00
16.50
20.00

Transportation

Avg.

One-way Ticket (Local Transport)

Volkswagen Golf 1.4 90 KW Trendline (Or Equivalent New Car)

3.00
5.00
80.00
120.00 A$
150.00
3.20
3.90 A$
5.00
1.69
2.06 A$
3.00
38.20
48.10 A$
60.00
1.45
1.52 A$
1.60
24,000.00
27,490.00 A$ 30,000.00

Utilities (Monthly)

Avg.

Range

Basic (Electricity, Heating, Water, Garbage) for 85m2 Apartment

214.30 A$

1 min. of Prepaid Mobile Tariff Local (No Discounts or Plans)

0.88 A$

Internet (6 Mbps, Unlimited Data, Cable/ADSL)

65.82 A$

150.00
300.00
0.55
1.00
50.00
80.00

Leisure(Monthly)

Avg.

Range

Fitness Club, Monthly Fee for 1 Adult

68.04 A$

Tennis Court Rent (1 Hour on Weekend)

19.53 A$

Cinema, International Release, 1 Seat

17.50 A$

50.00
90.00
15.00
25.00
15.00
19.00

Clothing And Shoes

Avg.

Range

1 Pair of Jeans (Levis 501 Or Similar)

102.36 A$

1 Summer Dress in a Chain Store (Zara, H&M, ...)

71.13 A$

1 Pair of Nike Shoes

145.81 A$

1 Pair of Men Leather Shoes

135.81 A$

80.00
120.00
50.00
90.00
120.00
170.00
100.00
180.00

Monthly Pass (Regular Price)


Taxi Start (Normal Tariff )
Taxi 1km (Normal Tariff )
Taxi 1hour Waiting (Normal Tariff )
Gasoline (1 liter)

Range

4.00 A$

Rent Per Month

Avg.

Range

Apartment (1 bedroom) in City Centre

1,796.79 A$ 1,300.00

Apartment (1 bedroom) Outside of Centre

1,326.61 A$

Apartment (3 bedrooms) in City Centre

3,173.59 A$

Apartment (3 bedrooms) Outside of Centre

2,041.23 A$

Rent/Month

Avg.

Price per Square Meter to Buy Apartment in City Centre

7,440.88 A$ 4,500.00

Price per Square Meter to Buy Apartment Outside of Centre

4,962.97 A$

2,250.00
1,000.00
1,600.00
2,300.00
4,000.00
1,550.00
2,600.00

Range

10,000.00
3,500.00
7,000.00

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Jubilee Square,
2nd Floor, Plot No 1128,
Road No 36, Jubilee Hills,
Hyderabad,
Telangana - 500033,
+91-40 - 33991111, 30464751 - 55, 23552540 - 45 .
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Hyderabad, Somajiguda
Suite: 301,
Babu Khan Mall,
Somajiguda,
Hyderabad,
Telangana - 500 082,
+91 -40 -44185555.
somajiguda@opulentuz.com

Vizag
47-10-11/10,
First Floor-2 Rednam manor,
Dwaraka Nagar Second Lane,
Vizag,
Andhra Pradesh - 530016,
+91-891-6455556, 6462355.
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Delhi
Suite:911,911A & 912,
9th Floor, E Block,
International Trade Tower,
Nehru Place,
New Delhi,
Delhi - 110019,
+91 -11-33991111,49565355 .
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Ahmedabad
Suite 101, First Floor,
Time Square,
C.G.Road,
Ahmedabad,
Gujarat - 380009,
+91-79 - 33991111.
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Bangalore, Koramangala
215-A, KHB Colony,
5th Block, Koramangala Layout,
Near Ganesh Temple,
Behind VLCC,
Bangalore,
Karnataka - 560095,
+91 - 80-40997779, 40927879.
bangalore@opulentuz.com

Bangalore, M.G Road


Unit No.1003 & 1004,
10th Floor, Prestige Meridian -II,
No.30, M.G.Road,
Bangalore,
Karnataka - 560001,
080 - 30419910 to 30419919.
mgroad@opulentuz.com

Mumbai, Andheri
Suite 401,402, D- Wing,
Crystal Plaza, Opp - Infinity Mall,
Andheri West,
Mumbai,
Maharashtra - 400053,
+91 - 22 - 33991111 / 30090762 / 65301283.
mumbai@opulentuz.com

Pune
1st Floor - 143 & 144,
Connaught Place,
Bund Garden Road,
Pune,
Maharashtra - 411 001,
+91 -20 -41020400.
pune@opulentuz.com

Mumbai, Navi Mumbai


Plot No.39/2,
Unit No.706,
7th Floor, Real Tech Park, Sector-30A,
Opp. Vashi Station, Vashi,
Navi Mumbai,
Maharashtra - 400703,
022 - 65301040.
navimumbai@opulentuz.com

Chennai
8.H 8th floor Gee Gee Emerald,
312 Valluvarkottam High Road,
Nungambakkam,
Chennai,
Tamil Nadu - 600034,
+91 - 44-30062327.
chennai@opulentuz.com

INTERNATIONAL
USA
New Jersey
33, Wood Avenue South,
Iselin,
NJ - 08830,
1 - 647-694-1537.
usa@opulentuz.com

United Kingdom
London
Portland House,
Bressenden Place,
London,
SW1E 5RS,
0044-7850267536.
uk@opulentuz.com

Ireland
Limerick
98, The Forts,
Dooradoyle,
353 - 766060032.
ireland@opulentuz.com

Canada
Toronto
Toronto Parkway Place,
251 Consumers Road,
Toronto ,
Toronto,
Ontario - M2J 4R3,
1 - 647-933-5487.
info@opulentus.ca

National Processing Center


Opulentus Overseas Careers Pvt. Ltd.
Third Floor, Building No: 8-2-293/82/A, Plot No: 467, Road No: 36, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad 500034
Landmark: Opp. To More Super Market/ Above Bata Showroom