Australia has always been a key destination for the skilled and talented people looking to immigrate to an advanced country. Australian government has designed several visa categories to help people immigrate to Australia. Few of these categories are, i.e. Permanent residence visa, Study visa, Visit Visa, Family sponsored visa, etc.
With a new point system changes applicable from November 16, 2019, it will now be easier to apply and obtain skilled visa in Australia.
Here are some key aspects of Australia immigration, which lure the aspirants to relocate to the land down under.
Australia is one of the best countries to immigrate to, based on various factors. Here are a few key reasons to apply immigration here:
Australia is an advanced country with outstanding infrastructure facilities and democratic values. It offer several benefits and privileges to its permanent residents and citizens. If you apply and get Australia Permanent Residence Visa, you will get following benefits:
There is an infinite choice to choose from the list of visa categories while applying for the Australian permanent residency. Australia has designed different visa categories based on the applicants, their profile, qualifications, eligibility status and requirements, etc.
Here we have listed few most frequent applied visas.
Australian government has designed various pathways for immigrants to come to Australia based on various visa categories. Let’s take a look at most common pathways for migration to the land down under.
Australia’s Skilled PR visa allows the skilled and talented people across the world to come to and settle in Australia. The PR holders and enjoy the rights and privileges associated with PR status.
The popular skilled Permanent residency visas falls under point based General skilled migration (GSM). The GSM is for people who are not sponsored by an employer and have their skills in a high demand occupation in Australia. Two most popular Skilled PR visas under this category are,
To become eligible to apply for GSM visas, an applicant must score minimum 65 points in SkillSelect System, based on his/her educational qualification, work experience, English proficiency, age and other such factors. Also, interested applicants, must have experience in an occupation, which is included in relevant Skilled Occupation list of Australia. There is also a combined list you can explore i.e. Combined List of Eligible Occupations.
The GSM also has a new Regional temporary visa, i.e. Skilled work Regional Visa Subclass 491, which is allocated by Australian government for 5 years. This visa has been described in detail in the “Regional Pathway” segment given below.
In last few months, government is encouraging the regional migration to avoid the rush and congestion in the big cities, i.e. Sydney, Melbourne, etc. The government has recently close the existing Subclass 489 visa and replaced by a new regional visa. In fact, the Department of Home Affairs Australia has introduced two new regional visas on November 16, 2019, i.e. Subclass 491 Visa and Subclass 494 visa, which will replace the two existing visas.
The details of the same are given below:
|New Regional Visas||Replacing Existing Visas|
|Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 491)||Skilled Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 489) – first provisional stream|
|Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 494)||Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme visa (subclass 187) – Direct Entry stream|
Move to Australia temporary a tourist to explore the tourist places in the land down under or to meet your friend/family members, etc.
The eligible family members of Australian citizen and permanent residents can apply PR visa under family sponsorship program.
Australia is known for its organized migration system and easy going immigration policies. Skilled migration and sponsored/nominated visas are the most common immigration pathways for Australia.
Hence, let’s take a look at the key eligibility for the most common skilled visa categories in Australia. An applicant must:
Australia has got the point based immigration system to allow immigrants in the country. Hence, you need to score well in the point system to become eligible for migration to Australia.
The minimum points required to quality for the point based visas are 65 points. However, higher point score can increase your chances of getting selected.
Find below the stepwise process for immigration to the kangaroo land:
Well, the processing time may vary based on the visa type or category you choose. The processing time usually take minimum one month to one year and even more depending on your selected visa category.
Find below the average processing time of two of the most popular skilled permanent visas of Australia, i.e.
Note: The processing time mentioned above is subject to change depending upon the average processing time of the latest application lot.
Australia is known for its organized point based immigration system. Once, you submit an EOI (Expression of Interest) in SkillSelect, your profile is given a definite point score.
The points are given based on the key factors of your profile, such as, Age, Education, English Proficiency, Work Experience, etc. The minimum points you need to score to quality for a particular point based visa are 65 points.
The government has announced to make some key changes to its existing point based system. The changes are applicable from November 2019. With effect from November 16, 2019, following changes have been imposed in Australia’s Immigration point Calculator 2020:
Australia is secular as well as culturally diverse country. Its immigration policy and rules are equal for all immigrants without any prejudice. It is based on the objective to develop Australia keeping in mind the interest and needs of Labour Market, industries, and economy.
The immigration policy and rules of Australia are subject to change time to time based on the need and requirement of country’s growth, economy, development as well as the changing environment across the world. Now we will discuss below how a new immigrants move to Australia from India.
Today, a variety of Indian nationals are living permanently in Australia and significantly contributing in the economy. In last few years, a huge number of Indians have come to Australia.
The Australian working conditions, climate, Job profiles and community suits the Indians to a great deal. As a result, immigration increased on a large scale to Australia from India in last few years.
Visas Avenue is a reputed Visa Consultancy Services in India that has a team of highly qualified and experienced Immigration Specialists.
Visas Avenue being thorough with the key details of Australian visa Procedure and Indian applicants, have been helping thousands of Indian applicants in moving to Australia.
Although you can apply relocation to Australia on your own as well, however, an expert guidance and support is always advisable to understand the point based immigration systems of Australia and subsequently apply for the same with 100% Accuracy.
Any misrepresentation or error (intentional/unintentional) in submitted profile or application can result in unwanted delay or even denial. So, it’s better to be safe than regret later.
If you also want to move to Australia, just fill the free assessment form on website and get your credential verified for the trouble-free Immigration Procedure.
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