For assisting Alderbert for his visa application, the primary legislation to be viewed will be clause 858.212 and 858.22 of subclass 858 of the Migrations Regulations 1994. These legislations sets out the criteria to be met to get a residence visa. Alderbert will have to meet the some requirements. He must have been nominated by an organisation or a person with a national reputation in the field of Capoeira. He must have to fulfil certain health requirements which will remain valid for about 12 months (Immi.gov.au, 2014). If he is less than 18 years of age or either less than 55 years at the time of application, it could be a great benefit to the country (Migration Regulations 1994, 2014). He must be an internationally renowned expert in the field of either academics and research, arts, profession, or sports, and is still prominent in the area. He needs to produce an approved form 1000 which contains the applicants record of achievement in the respective field, and this will have to be attested by either an Australian citizen, an eligible New Zealand resident, an Australian permanent resident, or an Australian organization. He would have no difficulty in getting employed easily in Australia or getting self-employed without any trouble. Additional criteria states that if he had assisted the Australian government in relation to security and if in the advice of the minister be responsible for security intelligence, he is declared eligible, then he can get the visa. He must satisfy the public interest criteria 4001, 4002, 4003, 4004, 4005, 4009, 4010, 4021, and if he has turned 18 years of age at the time of application, he satisfies public interest criterion 4019.