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Global Talent Visa 858 (GTI) & Global Talent Visa Statement in Australia

Subclass 858

Global Talent visa

This is a permanent visa for people who have an internationally recognised record of exceptional and outstanding achievement in an eligible field.

The Global Talent Visa Program is a streamlined visa pathway for highly skilled professionals to work and live permanently in Australia. The program is designed to help grow the country’s innovation and tech economies.

The Global Talent Independent Program (GTI) targets Highly Skilled and Talented Individuals giving access to the new Fast-Tracked Visa Pathway to Permanent Residency in Australia.

To be granted a visa under the Global Talent Visa Program (GTI), a candidate must be highly skilled in one of the 10 target sectors.

The Global Talent Visa program targets highly skilled individuals in critical sectors of the Australian economy. The Department of Home Affairs has identified 10 industries, including Resources, Agri-food & AgTech, Energy, Health Industries, Defence, Advanced Manufacturing and Space, Circular Economy, DigiTech, Infrastructure and Tourism, Financial Services and FinTech, and Education.

In sum, the Global Talent Visa (Subclass 858) is a specialised visa program designed to facilitate the relocation of highly skilled professionals to Australia. The application process is characterised by its simplicity, expediency, and affordability, making it a popular choice among eligible individuals. This visa does not impose age restrictions or require points testing and provides immediate Permanent Residency status.

The Global Talent Visa program comprises two pathways: the Global Talent pathway, which targets highly skilled individuals in specific sectors, and the Distinguished Talent pathway, which caters to exceptional and outstanding individuals who do not fit within the Global Talent sectors, such as Olympic athletes and renowned musicians. The Global Talent pathway is generally considered to be more attainable than the Distinguished Talent pathway.

Our Global Talent Visa Submission (GTI - Global Talent Visa Statement) is in accordance with the Department of Home Affairs requirements and Global Talent Visa Program criteria and addresses:


  • The sector the candidate is specialised in;

  • Industry and sector of expertise;

  • Candidate's Talent background;

  • Candidate's Contribution to Australia;

  • Salary and more;

There are several benefits of having a Global Talent Visa (Subclass 858) Statement written and tailored by Zeolla Solutions:

  1. Increased chances of approval: A well-prepared and well-written GTI personal statement will demonstrate your commitment and sincerity towards the visa application process, increasing the chances of approval.

  2. Clarity and coherence: A well-written GTI submission will help the department to understand your qualifications, experience, benefits, and contribution to the Australian community clearly and concisely.

  3. Strengthening your case: A comprehensive Global Talent statement will help you highlight your professional skills and experience, at the same time, showcase your achievements, strengthening your case.

  4. Time-saving: A well-prepared GTI submission will save you time.

  5. Avoids mistakes: A well-written GTI statement will reduce the chances of making errors or omissions that could jeopardise your chances of approval.

In conclusion, a well-written Global Talent Visa (Subclass 858) application will increase your chances of approval, streamline the process, and make it easier for the immigration authorities to understand your case.

Our Migration Law Writers will assess your individual circumstances and provide a comprehensive and professional Global Talent Visa Statement following the Subclass 858 Global Talent Visa criteria in order to support your subclass 858 visa application.

Contact Zeolla Solutions today for expert advice at email: or call us on 130 008 6697 or 0451177997.

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