GTI 澳洲杰出人才项目提名人表格1000 填写指南 Form-1000 Nomination for Distinguished Talent

GTI From 1000 填写指南

澳大利亚国际杰出人才独立项目提名人申请表格 Form 1000,Form 1000 Nomination for Distinguished Talent。

GTI 申请里推荐人(提名人)的作用是非常大的,提名人需要签署 Form 1000 表格,这个表格里也说明了提名人需要满足的要求和注意事项,微出国论坛里附上可编辑版还有官方链接,同时对 Form 1000 里的内容进行了翻译整理,方便 GTI 申请人了解提名人需要提供哪些信息。

Form-1000-Nomination for Distinguished Talent-2020-11-Editable.pdf (310.8 KB) 。

Nominators

As part of the application, you must be nominated by an eligible individual or organisation with a national reputation in your field. The nominator will endorse your achievements and international ​standing. They are not required to provide you with employment in Australia.​​

Additional information around the requirements of the Nominator can be found on Form 1000 (213KB PDF)​, which the Nominator will be required to complete if you are invited to apply. You will not be required to provide a nominator at the EOI stage.

Global Talent Officers cannot be your nominator. You cannot change your nominator once a Distinguished Talent visa application has been lodged.

重要提示–在填写提名表之前,请仔细阅读此信息。提名完成后,我们强烈建议您保留一份副本以备查询。

提名

根据《移民条例》,杰出人才签证的申请人必须由澳大利亚公民,居民,符合条件的新西兰公民*或在与申请人在同一领域享有盛誉的澳大利亚组织提名。在适当的情况下,提名应来自澳大利亚最高级别机构(peak Australian body)。

提名人应证明申请人在其领域所取得的成就和国际地位。提名人还应论证申请人对澳大利亚的价值,以及他们如何在澳就业或在澳大利亚建立公司。

如何填写此表格

请使用Adobe Acrobat Reader打开此表单。

在提供的字段中输入(英语),或打印此表格并用钢笔和大写字母填写(英语)。

如果您认为某个问题不适用,请提供简短的评论,说明为什么不适用。

请随时在单独的表格上为任何问题提供任何其他相关信息,并应在表格上签名并注明日期。

提交表格前所做的任何更改必须加注日期。

提交此表格时,您应附上:

  • 一份个人全面的陈述,说明申请人在各自领域的成就;
  • 申请人在您共同领域中的成就以及您自己的成就的详细信息(请参阅问题8和9,以及问题20或32);
  • 有关申请人的相关证明文件(报纸/杂志文章,有资格的人士的证明意见);和
  • 用于帮助建立申请人的就业安排或其他协助的详细信息。

提名的完整性

内政部(Department)致力于维护签证和公民身份计划的完整性。关于此提名,如果申请人或申请人的家庭成员:

  • 提供(或在先前的申请中提供)欺诈性文件或虚假或误导性信息(无论是否知情);和/或
  • 未能满足或未满足其先前要求的部长身份;

根据移民法规的规定,此签证申请可能会被拒绝,并且申请人及其家庭成员的任何成员都可能无法在指定的时间内获得签证。

如果在签证签发后发现证件是欺诈性的或信息不正确,则签证可能随后被取消。

提交提名

为了满足监管标准,提名必须与签证申请同时进行。

提名应完全完成(随附所有支持文件)。它应由提名人或具有法定权力代表提名组织行事的人完成。

该部门的阿德莱德商业技能处理中心将根据您提供的信息,您的情况和提交时的法律处理要求,对提名做出决定。

如果您在提交提名后想要更改任何详细信息,或者想要撤回它,请与提交表单的阿德莱德商业技能处理中心联系。

递交签证申请

您的被提名人应在 www.homeaffairs.gov.au 上在线申请,或填写完整的签证申请表47SV申请到澳大利亚的特殊移民(永久入境),并将其与该提名一并提交。

收费标准

该部门不收取处理杰出人才提名的费用。但是,被提名人需要为移民签证申请支付当前费用。

有关适用费用的完整和最新列表,请访问 www.homeaffairs.gov.au 。

费用可能随时调整。签证申请费用可能会在每年7月1日进行调整。这可能会增加签证费用。

有关隐私的重要信息

您的个人信息受法律保护,包括1988年《隐私法》。关于您的个人信息(包括敏感信息)的收集,使用和披露(向其他机构和第三方,包括海外实体)的重要信息包含在表格1442i中注意。可以从美国商务部的网站www.homeaffairs.gov.au/allforms/获取1442i表格。在填写此表格之前,您应确保阅读并理解表格1442i。

移民援助

如果某人使用或声称使用其在移民程序中的知识或经验来协助您办理签证,请求部长干预,则向您提供移民帮助,取消审核申请,赞助或提名。
在澳大利亚,只有当他或她是注册的移民代理人或免于注册时,他才能合法地提供移民帮助。只有注册的移民代理可能会因提供移民帮助而收取费用或奖励。

*符合条件的新西兰公民是在2001年2月26日持有特殊类别签证(SCV)的人;或在该日期之前的两年内持有SCV至少一年;或具有根据1991年《社会保障法》签发的证书,其中指出,就该法而言,该公民在特定日期居住在澳大利亚,并且在最后一次进入澳大利亚时符合某些健康和性格要求。

如果未获豁免注册的澳大利亚未注册人士向您提供移民帮助,则他们正在构成刑事犯罪,并可能会遭到起诉。

澳大利亚移民代理

在澳大利亚的移民代理必须在移民代理注册局(MARA)进行注册,除非他们免于注册。

澳大利亚以外的移民代理

在澳大利亚境外经营的移民代理无需注册。该部门可能会给一些海外代理商一个ID号。此数字并不意味着它们已注册。

注意:一些在澳大利亚注册的移民代理在海外经营。

移民代理信息

移民代理人可以:

  • 为您提供最适合您的签证建议;
  • 告诉您需要随申请一起提交的文件;
  • 帮助您填写申请并提交;和
  • 代表您与部门沟通。

如果您指定移民代理,除非您另有说明,否则美国商务部将假定您的移民代理将是您的授权收件人。

您的移民代理将是移民局与您讨论申请的人,并在需要时向其寻求更多信息。

您不需要使用迁移代理。但是,如果您使用迁移代理,则美国商务部鼓励您使用注册的迁移代理。注册代理受《移民代理行为准则》的约束,该准则要求他们为客户的合法最大利益采取专业行动。

有关移民代理的信息,包括已注册移民代理的列表,可在MARA办公室的网站 www.mara.gov.au上获得。

您也可以在新闻部的网站 www.homeaffairs.gov.au 上访问有关移民代理的信息。

获豁免人士

以下人员不一定是注册移民代理即可提供移民帮助,但他们不得收取服务费:

  • 亲密的家庭成员(配偶,事实上的伴侣,孩子,父母,兄弟或姐妹);
  • 国会议员或其工作人员;
  • 负责提供移民协助的官员(例如法律援助提供者);
  • 外交使团,领事馆或国际组织的成员。

任命移民代理/豁免人

要任命移民代理/豁免人,您应该完成问题52接收书面通讯的选项。

您的移民代理/豁免人员应填写注册移民代理/豁免人员提供的956表格。

956表格可从美国商务部网站 www.homeaffairs.gov.au/allforms/ 获得。

接收书面通讯的选项

如果您没有任命移民代理/豁免人,您仍可以书面授权他人代表您接收书面通讯。此人称为授权收件人。

授权收件人信息

除非您希望直接将健康和/或性格信息发送给您,否则有关您申请的所有书面通讯都将发送给您的授权收件人。

本部门将与最近指定的授权接收人联系,因为您只能在任何时候为特定的申请任命一位授权接收人。

您将被视为已收到任何发送给该人的文件,就好像它们已经发送给您一样。

要指定授权收件人,您应该完成以下步骤:

  • 问题52接收书面通讯的选择;和
  • 956A表任命或撤回授权的收件人。

注意:移民代理/豁免人员不需要填写956A表。
956A表可从美国商务部网站www.homeaffairs.gov.au/allforms/获得。

同意以电子方式进行交流

该部门可能会使用多种手段与您联系。但是,只有在您表示同意以这种方式接收通信时,才会使用电子邮件之类的电子方式。

为了处理您的申请,美国商务部可能需要与您联系以获取敏感信息,例如健康状况,警察检查,财务状况和人际关系。

除非进行了充分的加密,否则电子通信是不安全的,并且可能被其他人查看或受到干扰。

如果您同意美国商务部通过电子方式与您进行通信,则您提供的详细信息仅会被美国商务部用于您提供这些信息的目的,除非有法律义务或必要将其用于其他目的,或者您已同意将其用于其他目的。它们不会被添加到任何邮件列表中。

澳大利亚政府对通过互联网或其他电子方式发送给该部门的任何信息的安全性或完整性不承担任何责任。

如果您授权他人代表您接收文件,并且希望通过电子方式与他们联系,则需要在956或956A表格上签名,以表明他们同意这种通信方式。

注意:电子通讯是可用的最快的通讯方式,并且美国商务部更喜欢以电子方式通讯,因为这样可以加快处理速度。

更多信息

有关杰出人才的更多信息,请访问美国商务部网站 www.homeaffairs.gov.au

请保留这些信息页面以供参考。


请使用 Adobe Acrobat Reader 打开此表单。

在提供的字段中输入(英语),或打印此表格并用钢笔和大写字母填写(英语)。

在适用的地方打勾

候选人的详细信息

1.被提名人的全名姓氏
2.被提名人的生日
3.被提名人的出生国家
4.被提名人的国籍
5.被提名人的住址
6.被提名人的电话号码
7.您的被提名人是否在以下领域申请杰出人才:仅选择一项职业,艺术,体育或研究与学术界
8.描述您的提名人在其专业,艺术,体育或研究与学术界的表现如何:
* 具有国际认可的杰出成就记录;
* 仍然很突出;和
* 对澳大利亚社区而言将是一笔财富。
9.被提名人是否年龄在18岁以下或55岁以上?
* 没有
* 是。说明被提名人将如何为澳大利亚社会带来特殊利益

提名人的详细信息

10.作为提名人,您是代表澳大利亚组织还是个人?
* 澳大利亚组织。完成A部分
* 个人,完成B部分

A部分-由澳大利亚组织提名

11.提名组织注册名称 Registered name of nominating organisation
12.交易名称(如果与上面不同) Trading name
13.提供组织注册类型的所有注册标识符的详细信息(例如Pty Ltd)及注册ID(例如ABN)
14.提名组织在澳大利亚的办公室地址,邮编
15.组织网站(如果有)
16.行业类型
17.电话号码办公时间,手机/手机
18.组织内联系人的姓名
19.联系人的职位
20.描述您的组织如何在与提名人相同的领域或领域中获得国家声誉
21.您是否同意该部门通过电子邮件或其他电子方式与您联系?
22.我特此声明,我以这种形式提供的信息在每个细节上都是完整,真实和正确的。

B部分–个人提名

23.提名人的全名姓氏
24.性别
25.出生日期
26.列出所有国籍国家
27.居住地址注:必须提供街道地址
28.邮政地址(如果与居住地址相同,请写上“如上所述”)
29.电话号码办公时间/下班后/手机
30.您是否同意新闻部通过电子邮件或其他电子方式与您联系?
31.您在澳大利亚的身份是什么?澳大利亚公民/澳大利亚永久居民/合格新西兰公民
32.描述您如何在与提名人相同的领域或领域中获得国家声誉
33.您提名的杰出人才是什么领域?
34.简要介绍您的被提名人所从事的专业,艺术,体育或研究以及学术界
35.您的被提名人在他们的领域中仍然很突出吗?
36.陈述被提名人在其所选领域的当前突出地位
37.您的被提名人在澳大利亚定居将如何为澳大利亚创造价值?
38.说明您的被提名人为何在其所在领域的澳大利亚就可以轻松地找到工作或独立创业
39.被提名人的职业名称
40.您的被提名人的职业是否与优先领域相关?
41.与提名人的职业相关的行业是什么?
42.您的被提名人是否已在澳大利亚获得工作邀请?
43.在澳大利亚工作时的预期年薪
44.您的被提名人目前有工作吗?
45.提供与您在澳大利亚的拟议活动有关的被提名人的技能和经验的详细信息
46.提供被提名人持有的任何注册/许可/专业会员资格的详细信息

个人提名声明

47.个人声明并签字

  • 警告:提供虚假或误导性信息是严重罪行。
    • 我在此声明,我以这种形式提供的信息在所有细节上都是完整,真实和正确的。
    • 我了解,如果在此提名中提供了任何欺诈性文件或虚假或误导性信息,或者申请人不满意部长的身份,则该申请可能会被拒绝,并且申请人以及申请人家庭的任何其他成员单位,可能在指定的时间内无法获得签证。
    • 我了解,如果在签发签证后发现文件具有欺诈性或信息不正确,则签证可能随后被取消。

对此表格的协助

48.您在填写此表格时得到了帮助吗?
* 否。转到问题52
* 是,请提供协助您的人员的详细信息。
49.此人是在移民代理注册局(MARA的办公室)注册的代理吗?
* 没有
* 是。转到问题52
50.人员/代理人在澳大利亚吗?否。转到问题52
51.您是否为此人/代理人付款和/或赠送了礼物?

接收书面通讯的选项

52.有关此应用程序的所有书面通讯应发送至:我/已授权接收者/移民代理/豁免人
* 选已授权接收者,您应填写956A表格或撤回授权收件人
* 选群体代理人,您的移民代理/豁免人员应填写表格956建议,由注册的移民代理/豁免人员提供移民帮助

强烈建议您保留一份应用程序和所有附件的副本,以备记录。


Nomination for Distinguished Talent - Form 1000

Important – Please read this information carefully before you complete your nomination form. Once you have completed your nomination we strongly advise that you keep a copy for your records.

The nomination

Under the Migration Regulations, an applicant for a Distinguished Talent visa must be nominated by an Australian citizen, resident, eligible New Zealand citizen* or an Australian organisation with a national reputation in the same field as the applicant. Where appropriate, the nomination should come from the peak Australian body.

Your nomination should attest to the applicant’s achievements and international standing in relation to their field. The nomination should also comment on how the applicant will be an asset to the Australian community and how they will be able to obtain employment or become established in Australia.

How to fill in this form

Please open this form using Adobe Acrobat Reader.

Either type (in English) in the fields provided or print this form and complete it (in English) using a pen and BLOCK LETTERS.

If you believe a question does not apply please provide a brief comment on why you believe this to be the case.

Please feel free to provide any additional relevant information to any question on a separate attached sheet which you should sign and date.

Any alterations made before you lodge the form must be initialled and dated.

When you lodge this form you should attach:

  • a personal, comprehensive statement of the applicant’s achievements in their field;
  • details of the applicant’s, and your own, achievement in your common field (see Questions 8 and 9, and either Questions 20 or 32);
  • relevant supporting documentation (newspaper/magazine articles, supporting comments from qualified persons) about the applicant; and
  • details of employment arrangements or other assistance used to help establish the applicant.

Integrity of nomination

The Department of Home Affairs (the Department) is committed to maintaining the integrity of the visa and citizenship programs. In relation to this nomination, if the applicant or a member of the applicant’s family unit:

  • provides, or has provided in a previous application, fraudulent documents or false or misleading information (knowingly or not); and/or
  • fail to satisfy, or have failed to satisfy in a previous application, the Minister of their identity;

this visa application may be refused and the applicant, and any members of the applicant’s family unit, may become unable to be granted a visa for specified periods of time, as set out in migration legislation.

If documents are found to be fraudulent or information to be incorrect after the grant of a visa, the visa may subsequently be cancelled.

Lodging the nomination

To satisfy the regulatory criteria the nomination must be lodged at the same time as and with the visa application.

The nomination should be fully completed (with all supporting documentation attached). It should be completed by the nominator or someone with the legal authority to act on behalf of the nominating organisation.

A decision on the nomination will be made by the Adelaide Business Skills Processing Centre of the Department on the basis of the information you provide, your circumstances and the legal processing requirements in place when it is lodged.

If you want to change any details after you lodge the nomination, or if you want to withdraw it, please contact the Adelaide Business Skills Processing Centre where you lodged the form.

Lodging the visa application

Your nominee should apply online at www.homeaffairs.gov.au or complete visa application form 47SV Application for special migration to Australia (permanent entry), and lodge it together with this nomination.

Charges

The Department does not charge for processing a Distinguished Talent nomination. However, the nominee is required to pay the current charge for a migration visa application.

Refer to www.homeaffairs.gov.au for a complete and current list of applicable fees and charges.

Fees may be subject to adjustment at any time. Visa Application Charges may be subject to adjustment on 1 July each year. This may increase the cost of a visa.

Important information about privacy

Your personal information is protected by law, including the Privacy Act 1988. Important information about the collection, use and disclosure (to other agencies and third parties, including overseas entities) of your personal information, including sensitive information, is contained in form 1442i Privacy notice. Form 1442i is available from the Department’s website www.homeaffairs.gov.au/allforms/. You should ensure that you read and understand form 1442i before completing this form.

Immigration assistance

A person gives immigration assistance to you if he or she uses, or claims to use, his or her knowledge or experience in migration procedure to assist you with your visa application, request for ministerial intervention, cancellation review application, sponsorship or nomination.
In Australia a person may only lawfully give immigration assistance if he or she is a registered migration agent or is exempt from being registered. Only registered migration agents may receive a fee or reward for providing immigration assistance.

  • An eligible New Zealand citizen is one who held a Special Category Visa (SCV) on 26 February 2001; or held a SCV for at least one year in the 2 years preceding that date; or has a certificate, issued under the Social Security Act 1991, that states that the citizen was, for the purposes of the Act, residing in Australia on a particular date and who would have met certain health and character requirements on last entry to Australia.

If an unregistered person in Australia, who is not exempt from registration, gives you immigration assistance they are committing a criminal offence and may be prosecuted.

Migration agents in Australia

Migration agents in Australia must be registered with the Office of the Migration Agents Registration Authority (Office of the MARA) unless they are exempt from registration.

Migration agents outside Australia

Migration agents who operate outside Australia do not have to be registered. The Department may give some overseas agents an ID number. This number does not mean that they are registered.

Note: Some Australian registered migration agents operate overseas.

Migration agent information

A migration agent is someone who can:

  • advise you on the visa that may best suit you;
  • tell you the documents you need to submit with your application;
  • help you fill in the application and submit it; and
  • communicate with the Department on your behalf.

If you appoint a migration agent, the Department will assume that your migration agent will be your authorised recipient, unless you indicate otherwise.

Your migration agent will be the person with whom the Department will discuss your application and from whom it will seek further information when required.

You are not required to use a migration agent. However, if you use a migration agent, the Department encourages you to use a registered migration agent. Registered agents are bound by the Migration Agents Code of Conduct, which requires them to act professionally in their clients’ lawful best interests.

Information on migration agents, including a list of registered migration agents, is available on the Office of the MARA website www.mara.gov.au

You can also access information about migration agents on the Department’s website www.homeaffairs.gov.au

Exempt persons

The following people do not have to be a registered migration agent in order to provide immigration assistance, but they must not charge a fee for their service:

  • a close family member (spouse, de facto partner, child, parent, brother or sister);
  • a member of parliament or their staff;
  • an official whose duties include providing immigration assistance (eg. a Legal Aid provider);
  • a member of a diplomatic mission, consular post or international organisation.

Appointing a migration agent/exempt person

To appoint a migration agent/exempt person you should complete Question 52 Options for receiving written communications.

Your migration agent/exempt person should complete form 956 Advice by a registered migration agent/exempt person of providing immigration assistance.

Form 956 is available from the Department’s website www.homeaffairs.gov.au/allforms/

Options for receiving written communications

If you do not appoint a migration agent/exempt person you may still authorise another person, in writing, to receive written communications on your behalf. This person is called the authorised recipient.
Authorised recipient information

All written communication about your application will be sent to your authorised recipient, unless you indicate that you wish to have health and/or character information sent directly to you.

The Department will communicate with the most recently appointed authorised recipient as you may only appoint one authorised recipient at any time for a particular application.

You will be taken to have received any documents sent to that person as if they had been sent to you.

To appoint an authorised recipient you should complete:

  • Question 52 Options for receiving written communications;
    and
  • form 956A Appointment or withdrawal of an authorised recipient.

Note: Migration agents/exempt persons do not need to complete form 956A.
Form 956A is available from the Department’s website www.homeaffairs.gov.au/allforms/

Consent to communicate electronically

The Department may use a range of means to communicate with you. However, electronic means such as email will only be used if you indicate your agreement to receiving communication in this way.

To process your application the Department may need to communicate with you about sensitive information, for example, health, police checks, financial viability and personal relationships. Electronic communications, unless adequately encrypted, are not secure and may be viewed by others or interfered with.

If you agree to the Department communicating with you by electronic means, the details you provide will only be used by the Department for the purpose for which you have provided them, unless there is a legal obligation or necessity to use them for another purpose, or you have consented to use for another purpose. They will not be added to any mailing list.

The Australian Government accepts no responsibility for the security or integrity of any information sent to the Department over the internet or by other electronic means.

If you authorise another person to receive documents on your behalf and they wish to be contacted electronically, their signature is required on form 956 or 956A to indicate their consent to this form of communication.

Note: Electronic communication is the fastest means of communication available and the Department prefers to communicate electronically because this results in faster processing.

Further information

For more information on Distinguished Talent you may consult the Department’s website www.homeaffairs.gov.au

Please keep these information pages for your reference.