Visas

Every year more than half a million work visas are issued by the Australian Government. Australia is the 4th most attractive place for expats to work whilst providing expats with Australian work culture experience.

Australia is a developed nation and was one of the few countries that escaped the GFC and avoided inflation for nearly 3 decades. These are some factors which make Australia a favourable place for the workers and investors.

Expats seeking to work or invest in Australia require a visa before their departure from their home country. The type of the visa depends on the purpose of entry, duration of stay and skill set of the worker.

The Australian government offers different types of visa category these being independent, nominated, or sponsored.

Some of the visa types are the Employer Nomination Scheme, Skilled Independent, Regional, Business Talent and Investment visa.

Australia recently changed its visa requirements and number of intakes. The number of work visas granted depends on the worker shortages and requirements in Australia.

The expats wishing to work or do business in Australian are advised to consult an immigration agent since the requirements are changing annually.

The immigration agent can provide the best advice according to the client’s circumstances.


Migration World

Since 2009, Migration World has been providing expert advise on migration law.

They have shared their expertise on the subject thru media appearances, a regular radio show, and several publications. They have also recently expanded their reach towards other countries with a new migration service to Canada.

Migration World commits  to providing tailored services, transparency and expert solution to all kinds of visa concerns.

 

To know more about Migration World, please see the contact details below:

Contact Person: Emanuela Canini

Website: http://migrationworld.com.au

 


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