Australian Skilled Migration

Australia's "Skilled Migration" is evaluated based on the comprehensive strength of the applicant's age, education, English proficiency and work experience. This application is suitable for talents under the age of 45 who have extensive experience in the skilled occupation list.

Each occupation is an independent skill. In Australia, each "occupational skill" has needs, and is assigned to a "skilled occupation list" according to the demand. As long as your occupation is on the "skilled occupation list", applicants will have the opportunity to be invited by the authorities once they apply. Once invited, the whole family can immigrate to Australia.

Australian skilled immigrants are divided into three categories: Independent Skilled visa (subclass 189), Skilled Nominated visa (subclass 190) and Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 491).

Australian Skilled Migration

Basic requirements :

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    Under 45 years old

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    IELTS 6 or above

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    Pass the relevant “Skills assessment”

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    Score 65 or above on the points test

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    Passed medical examination and no criminal record

Advantages :

1. You can permanently reside, work and study in Australia.

2. No need for employer guarantee, you can choose to work freely, and you don't need to engage in your own occupation.

3. Free to enter and leave Australia.

4. Can enjoy local medical benefits.

5. Children under the age of 18 can attend public schools for free.

6. Can become a guarantor for relatives to immigrate to Australia.

7. After meeting the residence requirements, you can apply to become an Australian citizen and obtain an Australian passport.

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