Australia Migration

Australia Migration

There are many ways an individual or family can migrate to Australia:

Skilled Migration

Australian Skilled Migration Visas enable highly skilled migrants to permanently move to Australia to fill shortages in the Australian workforce. A successful applicant will be entitled to work and live (and study) in Australia permanently (initially on a five year multiple entry visa, which can be extended after two years) – including receiving the benefits of an Australian Permanent Resident such as government-funded healthcare and other benefits. After four years in Australia the resident can be eligible for Australian citizenship.

Family Visas

Australian Family Visas enable family members to join their family in Australia, if they have a family member who is an Australian citizen, permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen.

Business Visas

Migration options are also available for people to invest and/or start a business in Australia. Some of these visas are detailed below. Most require a provisional (temporary) visa first.

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Did You Know About The New Australian Visa For Parents?

14 December 2018

Australia will launch the much-awaited new temporary sponsored visa for parents in 2019. It will start accepting applications for the same in the first half of next year. The Federal Senate of Austral...

Future Population Growth Of Australia Will Be Driven By Immigration

11 December 2018

60% of Australia’s population increase is due to overseas migration. The remaining 40% is accounted for by natural increase which is the number of births minus the number of deaths. However, experts...

Demand For A New Agriculture Visa Growing In Australia

09 December 2018

The program to encourage people living on welfare to work on farms has been declared a failure. This has put the Govt. under pressure to create a new Agriculture Visa in Australia. The demand for a de...

Skilled Migration Visa Minimum Points Required Increased to 65 Points

13 August 2018

Pool and pass mark has increased for most occupations 65 with effect from 1st July 2018 for the following 3 subclasses. This increase will affect all applications submitted on or after 1st July 2018,...

Australian Skilled Migration – Old Subclasses 175 and 176 Capped & Ceased

23 September 2015

Applicants for Australian  visas subclasses 175, 176 and 475  visas (which closed in 2012) whose applications have not been granted will have their applications ceased.