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How to migrate to australia?
how to get work easily and migrate australia ?
- BrookyLv 78 years agoFavorite Answer
Neither is easy - Australia has very strict requirements.
You can only work in Australia if you have a visa that allows you to do so, so your first step must be to work out if you have a chance of getting a work visa and if so, if you need employer sponsorship before you can apply. If your occupation is one that is only eligible for an employer sponsored visa you cannot apply for a visa until you have found an eligible employer who is willing to sponsor you so simply getting a job offer isn't nearly enough.
Start by trying the Visa Wizard:
Australia has two different types of work visas that provide Permanent Residency.
1. Points tested visas can be either independent or sponsored by an Australian state or territory.
For an independent points tested visa (subclass 189) you must have:
• qualifications in an occupation on the Skilled Occupation List (SOL)
For a state sponsored points tested visa (subclass 190):
• qualifications in an occupation on the Consolidated Sponsored Occupation List (CSOL)
• sponsorship approval by an Australian state or territory state/territory. Each state has its own continually updated list of occupations eligible for sponsorship
For both independent and state sponsored visas you must also have:
• a score at least 60 points on the points test
• obtained a positive skills assessment from the organisation responsible for assessment of your occupation
• a score of at least 6 in each of the 4 IELTS components (applicants from English speaking countries automatically meet this requirement) OR the IELTS or OET scores which are required by your skills assessment organisation OR any specific IELTS required by your sponsoring state OR for the level of English you are claiming for points on the points test (whichever is higher)
2. Employer sponsored visas.
For a direct entry subclass 186 Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS) visa you must have:
• qualifications in an occupation on the CSOL
• been nominated by an approved employer
• a positive skills assessment
• a score of at least 6 in each of the 4 IELTS components (applicants from English speaking countries meet this requirement) OR the IELTS score required by your skills assessment organisation (if higher than the basic requirement)
• at least 3 years work experience in your occupation
For a direct entry subclass 187 Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (RSMS) visa, you must have:
• an occupation requiring qualifications equivalent to an Australian degree or tertiary diploma or trade qualifications
• sponsorship by an approved employer in a designated regional area (anywhere other than Sydney, Wollongong, Newcastle, Brisbane, the Gold Coast or Melbourne)
• a score of at least 6 in each of the 4 IELTS components (applicants from English speaking countries meet this requirement) unless higher scores are required for occupational registration
http://www.immi.gov.au/skilled/general-skilled-mig... The points test
http://www.immi.gov.au/skilled/_pdf/assessing-auth... Contact details for skills assessment authorities
http://australia.gov.au/topics/immigration/state-m... State migration sites (for state sponsorship)
- Anonymous7 years ago
You can apply online,
You need some requirements for Australia Immigration.
1. Have a degree like a masters, graduate
2. Minimum 3 year Experience in Job
Apply for a visa to go there and if you get a visa. Then the rest is easier, you can ask around for work or apply on the computers there.
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- Anonymous8 years ago
Apply online, if you have qualifications. Once hired they either fly you for free. Or you pay for your ticket and they issue you a work permit. But if you have a degree like a masters with work experience you can find a job easily out there and make it. But if you have non of those, just look for jobs online in Australia and see what you can do and able to get it. Apply for it if you can and see if you have a chance of getting it. Apply for a visa to go there and if you get a visa. Then the rest is easier, you can ask around for work or apply on the computers there. For they have all sort of markets, restaurants, hotels, bars, parks, and etc. You can apply for any of those especially in the big city. Good Luck.
- 7 years ago
1. If you are in healthcare, especially if you are a nurse, doctor, or PA, you can probably get a work visa and eventually citizenship. Ditto for other high demand professions (not sure what they are but you can research).
2. You could study there, try to meet someone special and get married.
3. New Zealand is more generous with visas/citizenship. You could get work in New Zealand, eventually become a permanent resident. Permanent residents of NZ can easily get work permits (and eventually, citizenship) in Australia.
Good luck. Australia is a GREAT country with a strong middle class and GREAT quality of life!
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- Anonymous8 years ago
First of all visit all the Australian immigration websites and then ask a friend of family member if there is someone and also ask about different immigration attorneys in your area and in Australia too. To get the best idea of what you should to get the immigration process done.
- 7 years ago
1. *WORK 1-2 yrs* = australiaworkingholidayvisa.org
2. COMPANY SPONSORSHIP = lifetime with AUS company
3. MARRY AN AUSTRALIAN
4. GO TO SCHOOL THERE
EVERYTHING ELSE TAKES LOTS OF YEARS
- xpatinasiaLv 78 years ago
Visit the embassy, and ask for assistance.
- Anonymous5 years ago
- Anonymous8 years ago