Eseosa and his wife had been in Australia for a few years. They loved the lifestyle and the opportunities here and wanted to eventually settle here to build a home for their family.
When him and his wife came to Shaheen Legal in April 2019, him and his wife were both on a Bridging Visa as they had applied for Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (Subclass 187) visa. They were looking forward to everything going smoothly, but the business that was their sponsor declared bankruptcy. This put their family in a difficult situation because it meant that their visa would be refused.
Our experienced Migration Agent, Owais Shaheen advised the family that their Regional Business Sponsored Migration Scheme visa was likely to be refused as the sponsoring business was no longer valid. Eseosa was not sure what was his options from here onwards.
In order to give him the best advice, we had a thorough discussion with him regarding his education and work experience, we noticed he had Banking and Finance experience and he may potentially be eligible to apply for Skilled Nominated (subclass 190) and/or Skilled Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 489). We quickly requested him to apply for a skills assessment. Our strategy was that once Ese receive a positive skills assessment, we will proceed with his visa application for either subclass 190 or subclass 489 depending on their suitability and situation. To increase the chances of his skills assessment, we wrote a thorough and detail submission to the Assessing Authority.
We provided Ese with an in-depth strategy which he can implement and increase his chances of receiving his Permanent Residency (“PR”) in the future. He is thankful to our team has been impressed with our ongoing communication and support every step of the way.