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Why migrate to Australia?
Australia is loaded with superb and celebrated grand scenes, for example, the outback regions and seashores alongside extraordinary business openings in urban areas like Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, and Melbourne. The way of life of this nation is delightfully assorted as the populace is an extraordinary mix of multi-ethnic foundations – with an entirety of more than 25 million individuals. All credit goes to various workers who move to Australia consistently.
Numerous Career Opportunities
Australia is experiencing a lot of economic growth, so businesses are expanding. This means there are a lot of job opportunities for skilled migrants. Entrepreneurs and business owners are warmly welcome and their innovations are cherished.
Quality of life
Australians appreciate a high quality of life. This is evident from the country’s low population density, lack of pollution, and access to natural air. The great natural scenery and beautiful landscape are also major factors that draw people to Australia as their home country.
Great healthcare system
The medical care framework in Australia is one of the world’s best. This is because it covers the hospitalization and clinical care of residents in public clinics. This is helpful for families with many people. The government also has agreements with other countries, so that visitors can get medical care if they need it.
High-Quality educational system
Australia has a great education system and it ranks eighth in the world. This country has many reputable colleges and schools. The government also runs elementary and secondary schools here which are free and have mandatory education.
Australia is truly multicultural. Although Australia is a predominantly Christian country with a majority of all Australians identifying as Christian, there is no official state religion. People in Australia are free to practice any religion they choose, as long as they are not breaking the law. More than 60 percent of Australians identify with a religion — whether that be one of the Christian traditions, at 52 percent; Islam at 2.6 percent; Buddhism at 2.4; Hinduism at 1.9; Sikhism at 0.5; or Judaism at 0.4.
Australian Visa Subclasses
Temporary Graduate Visa (Subclass 485)
The 485 visas are designed for international students who have just finished their studies in Australia but wish to remain in the country to gain valuable Australian work experience. This TR visa of Australia allows fresh graduates to live, study, or work in Australia, provided they have the skills needed to be employed across different economic sectors.
The 485 visa has 2 streams –
- Graduate work stream (Graduate temporary work visa)
- Post-study workstream
The stream you apply for will determine how long you will stay in Australia after graduation. The graduate workstream, also referred to as a Graduate temporary work visa, allows you to stay for as long as 18 months (1 year and 6 months). Although it will enable British and Hong Kong citizens to stay for up to 5 years. As for the post-study, the workstream allows you to stay a minimum of 2 years and a maximum of 4 years. And the length of your stay is determined by your qualifications.
Temporary Skill Shortage Visa (Subclass 482)
The TSS(Temporary Skill Shortage) visa is a temporary visa that permits the holder to live in Australia, while working full-time for the sponsoring employer, in the nominated position. Applicants for a TSS visa may include dependent family members in their application. The TSS visa has a short-term stream and a medium-term stream. People with occupations on the Short-Term Skilled Occupations List (STSOL) are eligible for visas that last for up to two years (which can be renewed once, for another two years). People with occupations on the Medium and Long-Term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL) are eligible for visas that last for up to four years, with eligibility for permanent residency after three years.
Skill Independent Visa (Subclass 189)
The Skilled Independent Subclass 189 visa is a permanent visa for skilled workers who are not sponsored by an Australian employer, family member or nominated by a state or territory. This visa is for people who have skills that are in demand in Australia. To be eligible for a Skilled Independent visa (Subclass 189), you must score at least 65 points on the point assessment. In order to apply for this visa, you must submit an expression of interest (EOI) and be invited by SkillSelect. If you receive an invitation to apply for this visa, you have 60 days to submit your application. If you are granted the 189 Visa (Skilled Independent), you and your accompanying family members will be able to live, work and study in Australia as permanent residents.
Skilled Nominated Work Visa (Subclass 190)
If you are a skilled worker with an occupation on Australia’s Skilled Occupations List, you may be eligible for a Subclass 190 visa which will allow you to work and live in Australia permanently. This visa requires the applicant to complete a skills test and be nominated by a state or territory government. This means that the government has to say that you are good at something and that they want you to stay in their area.
The Skilled Nominated Work Visa offers all the benefits of Australian permanent residence for you and your family.
Work and live in Australia indefinitely
Opportunity to study in Australia
Enroll in Medicare, Australia’s state-run healthcare program
Opportunity to apply for Australian citizenship
Sponsor relatives for permanent residence
Travel in and out of Australia as you please
Employer Nomination Scheme (Subclass 186)
The Employer Nomination Scheme (Subclass 186) is a way for eligible Australian employers to sponsor skilled overseas workers to live and work permanently in Australia. This visa requires the applicant to complete a skills test and be nominated by an approved Australian employer. This is so they can prove they have the skills needed for the job. There are three types of this visa, namely, Temporary Residence Transition (TRT) stream, Direct Entry stream & Labour Agreement stream. Applicants must meet the requirements for the specific type of visa they are applying for.
Business and Investment Visa (Subclass 188)
This is a visa for business owners, investors,
, and entrepreneurs who are nominated by the state. The first step on the pathway to permanent residency is this visa. This visa allows you to own and manage a new or existing business in Australia, or to invest in Australia. To be eligible for the Business Innovation and Investment (Permanent) visa – subclass 888, you must be nominated by a state or territory government or Australian agency. You must have been on a Business Innovation and Investment (Provisional) subclass 188 visa for at least three years. There are four types of visas in this program, namely, business innovation stream, investor-stream, business innovation extension stream . & significant investor extension stream.
This visa permits the spouse of an Australian Visa holder to reside with them in Australia. Concerning partner and spouse Visa, there are three varieties of visas namely: offshore partner visas (subclass 309 and 100), onshore partner visas (subclass 820 and 801), and Prospective Marriage Visa (subclass 300).
The Partner Offshore visa permits the partner or spouse of an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident, or certified New Zealand citizen to reside in Australia. To be eligible for this Visa you need to be in an actual relationship along with your spouse or de facto partner who is an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident, or eligible New Zealand, citizen.
The Australian Onshore partner Visa permits the partner of an Australian citizen, or an Australian permanent resident, or a qualified New Zealand citizen to reside in Australia. The person applying for this Visa has to be the partner or de facto partner (minimum duration of one year) of an Australian citizen, an Australian permanent resident, or an eligible New Zealand citizen.