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Old 02-03-2014, 12:26 AM
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I am a NZ citizen worked in Sydney for a few years. I completed my Remedial Massage qualification there. Recently I moved to Perth and found a very decent & nice job in massage. Furthermore, my boss is willing to sponsor me for immigration.

I knew very little about immigration rules. My boss offered to sponsor a 457 visa but it is a temporary visa that last for 4 years only(?) I searched online and ask him if I can get a RSMS 187, he said can look into it.

Afterward, I read more online and there are 3 pathways for RSMS 187. One is direct entry which is for people not living in AU or non-457 visa holders(?) The 2nd one is a transition from 457 to 187. The last one is agreement stream which I can find very little info about...

Which visa & pathway is the best for my situation? My aim is to get PR and eventually to become an AU citizen. Thank you.


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Your only option under RSMS would be Direct Entry.

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Can I do direct entrt even if I am residing in Australia?


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Can I do direct entrt even if I am residing in Australia?
Yes you can, as long as you are here on a valid visa ( in your case sc. 444, I presume) and there is nothing else to prevent you from making a valid visa application onshore.

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