In Australia, we value cultural diversity in the workplace and like to give everyone a ‘fair go’, wherever you are from. Aside from the professional development opportunities, it’s one of the reasons why professionals all over the world choose to pursue their career in Australia.
Depending on whether you are able to find an employer to sponsor you or whether you are eligible to apply for a work visa independently, there may be several visa options available to you.
With over 30 years of experience in the immigration industry, it would be our pleasure to assist you with living and working in Australia. Get in touch with our Registered Migration Agents servicing Perth, Melbourne and Sydney with our Pre-Visa Assessment to find out which visa options you may be eligible for, or contact us on 08 9221 3388 or at email@example.com
You can either apply for Permanent Skilled Migration individually or be nominated by a relevant state or territory government agency. Either way, you’ll need to undergo a points test and following this, be invited by the Australian government to apply for skilled migration.
Meeting the points-tested requirements will depend on:
If applying for Permanent Skilled Migration through nomination, you’ll need to comply with the obligations and nomination processes for the relevant state or territory government agency, as each one has different requirements. Our Registered Migration Agents can advise on which area of Australia may be needing your skills most.
We can also advise on how you may be able to gain more points and increase your chances for eligibility if you do not currently meet the points-tested requirements.
Australia’s Regional Skilled Migration Visa options allow you and your family to live and work in specified regional areas for up to four years.
As with the Permanent Skilled Migration Visa options, your eligibility will depend on whether you meet several points-tested requirements based on the above factors.
Under the Regional Skilled Migration Visa, you’ll need to be nominated by a state or government authority or relative
and understand the obligations and nomination processes for your relevant state or territory government agency.
We can advise on these requirements as well as advise on which area of Australia may be needing your skills most. We also help you transition from a temporary visa to permanent residency once your Regional Skilled Migration Visa has been granted.
If you’ve recently graduated from an Australian tertiary educational institution, this visa allows you to work in Australia temporarily after completing your studies. However, not all graduates are eligible for a graduate work visa so it is worth speaking to a migration agent for personalised advice.
According to a number of Government regulations, your eligibility depends on:
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