Skilled Migration To Australia
At some point in our working life we’ve all considered if there could be a better life out there? A life where you can find a balance of work and life. When it comes to skilled migration to Australia, you’ll always find a buzz on social media pages, TV shows and often contradicting migration news articles that don’t quite leave you feeling convinced that migrating to Australia is the right move for your career or your family.
At Overseas Emigration, our team all have extensive knowledge and skills to help skilled migrants make the move to Australia a success, and we’re here to answer any questions you have, putting your mind at ease.
Our team of UK based Australian migration agents have dedicated their lives to knowing all there is to know about general skilled migration to Australia and are fully aware of the various routes and pathways that are available for professionals from a range of fields.
In this week’s Australian migration blog post we’ve delved into our back history of features and pulled together a summary of our top blogs for skilled migration to Australia. From tips for carpenters migrating to Australia to Nurses seeking sponsorship in Melbourne and the much talked about Skilled Occupation list, if it’s happened, we’ve most likely written about it and if we haven’t, then get in touch and let us know. We’re always keen to find out first-hand what people need to know about emigrating to Australia as a skilled migrant.
Here’s our top pics of articles for Skilled Migration to Australia.
- Sponsored Jobs Australia
- Construction Jobs on the Skilled Occupation List
- Sponsored Jobs for carpenters in Australia
- Skilled workers required in Brisbane
- Australian skilled migration facts
- Chefs and Sous-Chefs Wanted in Melbourne
- Jobs for electricians in Australia
- 6 reasons trade professionals should migrate to Australia
What visa do skilled migrants need to move to Australia?
So… now the serious question that you all need to know – “what visa do I need to migrate to Australia”
Your individual requirements, skill sets and personal circumstances, will guide which Australia skilled visa you require. Some of you may be eligible for a 457 sponsored visa, other may be able to secure a Government state sponsorship visa or if your skills are in particular demand you may be in a position to secure permanent residency based on your skills and points.
The best way to find out is by speaking with our migration agents or you can fill out our free online Australia Visa Eligibility assessment form and one of our team will get back to you with more information.
You can read about the various Australian skilled visa types under our visas section, or follow the below links.
Skilled Migration Visas For Australia
What else do I need to know about skilled migration to Australia?
Here’s a few more useful articles that will help you on your pathway to a better life in Australia.
- What you need to know about the Australia points system
- Choosing the right schools in Australia
- Cost of a visa application to Australia
- What you need to know before emigrating to Australia
Choosing which city to live in Australia
This is always going to be a big decision and for skilled migrants, choosing the right city to emigrate too, will be key to your career. Here’a few helpful resources about choosing which city in Australia to move to.
- Moving to Brisbane
- A guide to living in Sydney
- Top 5 reasons families should consider living in Perth
- Top 5 reasons carpenters moved to Sydney
- Living in Queensland
What is the AQF and do I need to take a skills test?
If you’re a migrating to Australia as a skilled migrant, you may well need to complete Migration Skills Assessment which is governed by TRA Trade Recognition Australia, you can view there website here.
Skilled migration to Australia summary
We hope you’ve found this article about skilled migration to Australia useful. Moving to a new country is a huge decision and one that can not be made lightly. If you’re reading this blog article about migrating to Australia then you’re on the right pathway. It’s best to speak to as many people as possible, quiz expats and speak to industry professionals about their first hand experiences of living down under.
If you have any questions about migration to Australia, or what visa would be right for you, please feel free to contact one of our agents for a free visa assessment and consultation.
You can contact our UK based Australian Migration Agents on firstname.lastname@example.org