Australia Needs You

Australia Needs You

 

Due to a high demand of skilled occupations, Australia is offering Permanent Residency Status
(along with the Choice to pick where you wish to live and opportunity to earn excellent wages!) to individuals in certain occupations in shortage.

 

ADVANTAGES OF HOLDING PERMANENT RESIDENCY STATUS IN AUSTRALIA?

 

  • Be an Australian – The right to live and work in Australia indefinitely
  • Employment – Limitless employment choices including being self employed
  • Freedom of choice – Your right to live in the country is not tied to a particular employer
  • Real estate – The right to purchase property and obtain mortgages and loans
  • Citizenship – The right to apply for Australian citizenship or Dual Nationality. Dual nationality holders have more travel optionsdue to the different treaties in place
  • Become a sponsor – The right to sponsor other relatives for permanent residence in Australia
  • Heritage – Children born inside Australia will be Australian citizens by birth
  • Education – Access to Free education
  • Medical and Social Security – Access to medical and social security benefits
  • Leader of the Pack – Only the main applicant needs to meet the migration criteria, family dependents qualify automatically & receive the same benefits
  • Higher Pay – Occupations on the skills shortage list have much higher salary brackets.
  • Consular Assistance Abroad – The right to apply for Australian consular assistance overseas
  • Complete Access to New Zealand – The right to travel to New Zealand without applying for a visa. Unrestricted rights to live, work and study in New Zealand 

 

Some of the most demanded occupations on the list are:

 

  • Electrician
  • Carpenter
  • Plumber
  • Bricklayer
  • Nurse
  • Accountants
  • IT Specialist
  • Hairdressers
  • Chefs
  • Care Workers
  • Painter Decorators
  • Gardeners

 

And many more…

 

To see if you qualify:    CLICK  HERE  FOR  A  FREE  ASSESSMENT 

 

8 Responses to Australia Needs You

  1. dean travis

    Hi i was in Australia earlier this year, I had to leave due the stipulations that were required for the 457 visa. I have a job offer there for me, but with the visa changes could i apply for this visa. My job at the minute is a CNC Laser Operator. I am looking to getting back there soon as possible. Any help will be greatful and what are the costs apart from the visa costs?

    Regards

    Dean Travis

    • admin

      Dear Dean

      Thanks for reaching out.

      To meet the criteria for a 457 visa you would need to have job occupation and job offer that is featured on the Skills shortage list

      http://www.immi.gov.au/skilled/general-skilled-migration/pdf/csol.pdf

      Although the CNC Operator title is not directly on the list it may fall under one of the machinist occupations. DIAC may also ask you to take a skills assessment if you have no education that relates to this occupation.

      It might be an idea to send us your CV to info(at)migrate-me.com and details of the job offer so we can run the necessary checks for you.

  2. Michael Price

    I am a qualified plumber / gas engineer working for myself. My business has excellenf credit and is a going concern, however my own personal financial situation has suffered greatly during the current recession leaving me with a terrible credit rating.

    Is this something which would prevent me being accepted ?

    Thanks.

    • admin

      Michael

      Thanks for your comments. Your credit rating in the UK is not considered for the visa and or jobs in Australia. You will be judged on your age/qualification/work history and English language skills.

      Please take a free assessment on the website and make sure to upload your CV if you have one.

      Thanks

  3. Graham andresen

    Hi I’m coming out British army next month have a level 2 mechanical engineering and am in process of setting up other businesses. Would be very interested in starting a new life there with my family

  4. Ian dugdale

    Hi I’m a bus driver would I be considered skilled

  5. Cameron Findlay

    Hi there, I worked in WA 2 years ago on a 457 visa . I am a 1st class sheet metalworker and would like to move to Australia permanently . I know quite a few people who have moved to oz in the same trade as me and could have a job and accommodation if I could get a visa . I am 43 years old and have tried to apply through the points system last year but with my age I was 5 points short , is there any way of me getting back to Australia , I’m British and part of the same commonwealth

  6. Meriam M. Mendiola

    Hi there, I’m an Industrial Engineer,,I worked for 4 years in a semiconductor company as a process engr. I’m interested to settle down in Australia with my family. Would it be possible for me to apply in Australia? Hoping for immediate response , Thank you.

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