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PR under State Sponsorship, benefits forgo


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Old 05-01-2010, 09:07 AM
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Question PR under State Sponsorship, benefits forgo

Hello,

If I apply for PR under state sponsorship, do I get general benefits from centerlink like child care and health care? What are the other benefits that I forgo?

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Old 05-01-2010, 05:58 PM
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It depends upon the state you are nominating......each state has different benefits under state sponsorship......


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Old 05-02-2010, 12:37 AM
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It depends upon the state you are nominating......each state has different benefits under state sponsorship......
As per the below disclaimer they are not eligible for the following if the sponsor is Western Australia.

# It is clearly understood that government social security benefits are NOT available to skilled migrants under the SRS and SSV visa schemes. Skilled migrants sponsored under the SRS visa will NOT have access to Medicare, Higher Education Contributions Scheme or Centrelink.

# Skilled migrants sponsored under the SSV visa will NOT have access to social security benefits until they have permanently resided in Australia for two years as a permanent resident. Further information on access to government benefits can be found on the DIAC website at Department of Immigration & Citizenship


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