Subclass 186 Visa Document Checklist
For all applicants to be included in the visa 186 application
- Identity documents such as passport, birth certificate, proof of name change such as marriage or divorce certificate.
- If you are or have been married, widowed, divorced or permanently separated, provide proof such as marriage certificates, divorce documents, death certificates, separation documents or statutory declarations.
- Provide an overseas police certificate from every country, including your home country, where you spent a total of 12 months or more in the last 10 years since you turned 16, any military service records or discharge papers if you served in the armed forces of any country.
- Nominating employer authorisation for the dependents to be included in employer sponsor obligations.
- Passport size photographs.
For Primary Applicant
- All academic certificates and transcripts.
- Employment reference letters and evidence of payslips.
- English test results such as IELTS or PTE Academic or TOEFL or OET.
- Any professional registration or license certificate.
- Your curriculum vitae or resume that includes your full employment and educational history, including dates and positions held within last ten years.
- Bank statements, tax records and superannuation record (If Skills Assessment is required).
For 186 TRT Visa Checklist
- Your nominating employer must have sponsored you to work full time on your subclass 457 or subclass 482 visa for at least 3 of the 4 years prior to nominating you for the visa subclass 186.
- If you held (or had applied for and were later granted) a subclass 457 visa on 18 April 2017, your employer must have sponsored you to work full-time for at least 2 of the 3 years prior to nominating you for this visa.
All documents are to be color pdf files. Where documents are not in English, an authorised translated version needs to be provided.
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