Australian Immigration

If you have the skills, Australia has the lifestyle
Date

August 22, 2013

Category:
connecting your future

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Immigration to Australia

If you’re planning to move Australia for work or to live, either temporarily or permanently, you will need a visa – and that is where we come in. Whether you are an individual or a business, Glocal Visas can help you increase your chances of securing the appropriate visa(s) for you and your family. Glocal Visas believe in providing personalized solutions and professional service for our clients. And if we don’t think you need us, we’ll tell you.

Australia is a great place to live and work, offering lifestyle and employment opportunities. To work, you must have a valid Australian visa with work rights. A range of temporary and permanent skilled visas is available. Australian laws provide all employees with basic rights and protection in the workplace.

Migration program outcomes have increased from 70,200 in 1999–00 to 168,685 in 2010–11.

According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics in mid-2010, 5,993,945 of the Australian resident population were born outside Australia, representing 26.8% of the total Australian resident population.

Australia with about a quarter of their population born outside the country, is one of the countries with the highest proportion of immigrants in the world.

States and territories of Australia

  1. Australian Capital Territory
  2. New South Wales
  3. Victoria
  4. Queensland
  5. South Australia
  6. Western Australia
  7. Tasmania
  8. Northern Territory

Australian Work Visas (Temporary and Permanent visas)

There are a number of different types of Australian immigration, classed under different categories of visa:

Points Based Skilled Migration

  1. Skilled Independent Visa (subclass 189)
  2. Skilled Nominated Visa (subclass 190)
  3. Skilled Regional Visa (subclass 489)

Employer Sponsored Migration (Permanent)

  1. Employer Nomination Scheme (subclass 186)
  2. Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme Visa (subclass 187)

Temporary Work (Skilled) – Employer Nomination Scheme

  1. Temporary Skilled Worker Visa (subclass 457)

Skill Select

  1. Subclass 189 Skilled – Independent (Permanent)
  2. Subclass 190 Skilled – Nominated (Permanent)
  3. Subclass 489 Skilled – Regional Nominated or Sponsored (Provisional)
  4. Subclass 186 – Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS)
  5. Subclass 187 – Regional Sponsored Scheme (RSMS)
  6. Subclass 457 – Temporary Work (Skilled)

Employment and family visas can often lead to Australian citizenship, however this requires the applicant to have lived in Australia for at least four years with at least one year as a Permanent Resident.

At Glocal Visas Dubai we really like to keep it simple.

In order to get started all you need to do is submit free assessment request form. Glocal Visas provide free assessment; our assessment is the quickest and most accurate way to assess your credentials across the number of Australian Immigration programs available.

Once you have submitted your details you will receive an email from Glocal Visas that will outline your Australian Immigration options.

If you are eligible:

You will receive an email proposal from Glocal Visas outlining which program you are eligible for, our service agreement and all other information necessary to start your dream of living in Australia.

If you are not eligible at this time:

We will still email you and let you know. It is important to note that Immigration policy is always changing. For this reason we will keep your contact details on file and let you know immediately if an Australian Immigration program becomes available that we feel you would be an excellent candidate for.

Check out our service details to learn more about Glocal Visas world-class service standard that you’ve heard so much about!

Glocal Visas Process

Our professional and trained immigration consultants will assist you in three easy steps:

Step 1: Case Study

  • Study and review your personal profile according to the current Australian Immigration regulations
  • Decide which visa category gives you the best chances of success
  • Inform and explain you each and every step of the immigration process
  • Prepare and fill out the forms relevant to the chosen visa category
  • Acquire from you all relevant and supporting documentation and prepare it to visa office standards

Step 2: Case Preparation

  • Finalize all required forms on your behalf and take responsibility for collating and presenting all requested documents to the immigration authorities
  • Compose a letter to accompany your application, outlining the merits of your profile
  • Personally prepare you in the event that an interview of selection with an immigration official is required;
  • Courier your application along with the required documents and cover letter to the appropriate immigration office

Step 3: Visa Processing

  • After your application is successfully submitted, your case officer will closely monitor and keep you regularly updated on the progress of your application and inform you when a decision has been made
Easy to get started with Glocal Visas
  • Click here to submit your details for Australian Immigration Free Assessment.
  • Let Glocal Visas prepare your immigration visa application to Australia while you enjoy your every day life!
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