Skilled Migration Visas for Australia

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With Australia’s increasing demand for skilled occupations, those of you from the skilled workforce seeking job opportunities in Australia have got a great chance of living and working in Australia.

Skilled Migration Jobs

With many jobs in the construction and general trades, engineering, teaching and medical professions currently featuring on the lists, you may well find that the skilled migration path is your best option when it comes to applying for an Australian Skilled Migrant Visa.

Advice on the Right Path

Depending on your occupation and personal circumstances, we will be able to assess which skilled migration path is the best one for you. Applying for visas for Australia can be a lengthy and costly process, and to maximise your chances of gaining your Australian visa you should consider the services of a registered migration agent.

Categories of Skilled Migration Visas for Australia

There are a variety of skilled migration paths to consider when applying for a skilled visa for Australia. Australian Skilled Migrant Visas are divided into the following categories; Skilled Independent Visa (subclass 189), Skilled Nominated Visa (subclass 190) and the Skilled Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 491).

Australian skilled visa assessments are required as part of the skilled migration process. Depending on the particular assessing authority for your occupation, you may have to prove that you have been working in the relevant industry for a number of years and perhaps also hold relevant qualifications. You can find out exactly what relevant qualifications and experience are required for your preferred job in Australia by using the services of a registered migration agent who will make sure that you have all your paperwork in order – before making the move to Australia.

After you’ve had a chance to read through the skilled visas types please feel free to contact the team at Overseas Emigration or fill out our free online visa assessment form.

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