Having a very strong economy, Australia is an extremely popular destination for highly skilled young people wishing to start a new life in another country. Australia provides number of options for people to live, work, visit and study in Australia. Some of the popular visa categories include;
There are 128,550 Australian – visa places for skilled migrants including employer sponsored, skilled independent and business migrants. Australian Skilled migrant program is specifically tailored to encourage individuals with specific skills to migrate to Australia to further strengthen their economy. Applicants’ skills will be assessed on a points based system with points awarded for work experience, qualifications and language proficiency. Their current skilled migration consists of the following visa subclasses of point tested category visas:
whether you have job offer or not, the Australian Work visa program is specifically tailored to encourage individuals with specific skills and capabilities to migrate to Australia to improve Australia’s economy and work force. Visas under work category include:
Australian universities are considered one of the best universities in the world and international students enjoy a student friendly policy that allows student to work while study and can avail work permit or residence after completion of their studies.
An Australian Travel visa is required to visit Australia for a holiday, to see family and friends or to conduct a short business trip. There are a number of different travel visas types, depending on the purpose and duration of a visit.
If you’re not sure which category applies to you, take a look through the different options available. If you’re still not sure, our licensed advisers can perform a free Australian visa eligibility assessment and let you know which route to take
NEW ZEALAND RESIDENT VISA POLICY CHANGES has announced. The points threshold for selection has been increased from 140 to 160 from 12 October 2016 (regardless of whether the applicant has a job offer). The evidence required to demonstrate minimum standard of English is changing. For more information, please visit www.immigration.govt.nz