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AUSTRALIA

Why Migrate To Australia?

With the second-highest human development index globally, Australia ranks highly in quality of life, health, education, economic freedom, and civil liberties and political rights. Australia has the world’s 13th-largest economy and ninth-highest per capita income (IMF).
Australia has the world’s 9th largest immigrant population, with immigrants accounting for 26% of the population.Australia is a sovereign country comprising the mainland of the Australian continent, the island of Tasmania and numerous smaller islands and it is one of the most safest countries in the world to work and settle permanently..

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How to Migrate to Australia?

Work and live in Australia with this permanent resident work visa. Certain foreign-national skilled workers, who hold occupations on Australia’s Skilled Occupations List, may be eligible for a Subclass 189 visa. This visa requires the applicant to complete a skills test and be sponsored by an employer or family member or nominated by a state or territory government and this is a permanent visa option. The application for this subclass is independent and is not required by a relative or state / territory government.

The Skilled Nominated visa allows one to live and work in Australia as a permanent resident and it’s evaluated based on points. You must be nominated by an Australian state or territory government before applying for this visa or you may be in or outside Australia to lodge a valid visa application. Most importantly If you have qualifications, skills and experience in an occupation listed on the Visa Nomination Occupations Lists, you may be eligible for the Skilled Nominated visa (subclass 190). So, This is a Permanent resident visa and allows you to stay in Australia indefinitely.

Skilled regional visa(subclass 489 has been replaced by the new launched subclass 491 as skilled work regional and provisional visa and this has been introduced by Australian department of home affairs in november 2019). So, it’s a points-based visa for applicants who are nominated by an Australian state or territory, or by a relative living in a regional areas (i.e., except Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, rest all considered as regional cities or areas), to live and work in a regional area and It is a temporary visa valid for 5 years and can be converted to PR after working for 3 years

  • Right to live in Australia indefinitely.
  • Freedom to work in any occupation.
  • Avali Full funded or with maximum scholarship to study
  • Eligible to apply Citizenship in less than 2-3 years
  • HealthCare & Social Welfare benefits
  • Australian-Born Children are deemed Australian Citizen by Birth
  • Permanent residents are privilege to sponsor their relatives for acquisition of permanent residence
  • Permitted to freely enter and leave New Zealand

  • Occupation should be in demand list
  • English language requirement needs to be met.
  • Points need to be met according to Australian government.
  • Also you need to understand for which subclass you are getting eligible.EX: subclass 189,190 or 491

The skilled occupation must be demanded on the relevant skilled occupation list.

  • One should have positive skills assessment from the relevant skills assessing authority in relation to your
  • Also, obtain the minimum score on the Points Test at the time of invitation to apply for the visa.
  • Age (One must be less than 45 years)
  • You must obtain an invitation to apply for the visa. To be invited you will have to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) in Skill Select and meet the required points test on a competitive basis.
  • One must satisfy certain Public Interest criteria and special return criteria.
  • Undergo a successful security background and medical examination

All, This Skilled Program seeks to select candidates with the highest probability of economic settlement success and contribution based on the skill and education. It maintains previous criteria with modification to the relative importance and point structure for each selection factor.