When applying under Australia’s skilled migration program, the occupation you nominate must be present on the Australian Skilled Occupations List (SOL).
This list outlines all the occupations that are needed in Australia.Read More
There are 3 types of Employer Sponsored Visas:
Employer Sponsored Visa –Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) Visa
One of the more common options for working temporarily in Australia. It enables an employer who has been approved to act as a business sponsor to nominate a skilled position in Australia, and the intended employee can subsequently apply for a visa to fill that position.
The Australian government replaced the old 457 visa with the new Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) visa in March 2018.More Info
Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme Visa – subclass 187
This visa scheme enables employers in regional areas of Australia to sponsor in employees on permanent visas.More Info
If you want to apply for a Australia Visa or want to find out more information about emigrating to Australia, please either :
Call us on 0800 193 6900
How much money am I required to bring as landing money when I enter Australia for the first time?
You are not required to have any specific amount. To have a reasonably comfortable “settling in” experience the more the better.
We have loans and credit cards debts, will this affect our application for migration? What would happen if we leave these debts behind? Also will it affect our credit rating in Australia or cause any trouble getting a mortgage once we get there?
Your credit rating is not checked for your migration application so it will not affect you getting your visa. However it may affect your credit rating in Australia as some banks carry this over and may affect getting a mortgage. If the debt is large there is every reason to suspect that they will track you down – paying off a £ debt on an $AUD income can be hard.
Can you emigrate if you have previously been bankrupt?
Generally yes. Some serial bankrupt people could be knocked back under “character”. If you are going as a business person there would be a major, if not insurmountable, problem.
After the processing fee for the visa, what other costs would be there after receiving permanent residency through Skilled migration?
Medical & police clearance & postage should do it assuming you don’t have any language charges or bonds to pay.