Australia

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Australia: Desperately seeking Tradesmen

Australia never seems to have enough tradesman and it remains one of the most popular occupations in the wanted adds. “Employers can’t get enough of them and the self-employment prospects fantastic with niche opportunities across virtually all trades.” – Chris McDonald, Indeed. With a growing population, thriving economy and fewer local graduates qualifying in trades A…

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South Australia listed over 180 Occupations from Airplane Pilots to Winemakers

South Australia has just released a list of over 180 occupations to be included as State nominated Occupations for 2018/2019. The long list covers a great variety of occupations and as is normally the case it is especially the engineering, health and information technology fields that are well represented.  Your occupation might very well be listed which means that Sout…

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Thousands of mining jobs in Australia to be filled by migrants

Australia’s mining industry has advertised 32% more jobs than any other sector in the past year and country’s fastest growing job sector says that it is in desperate need of workers across all levels and with a variety of skills. Thousands of well-paying jobs from tradesman to engineers are being advertised every week commented the job portal SEEK with little local intere…

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Migrants are Doing Very Well says Australian Study

The Australian Bureau of Statistics says that migrants are adjusting well to life in Australia and living the Australian dream. Statistics gathered between 2000 and 2016, unsurprisingly, revealed that skilled and educated migrants were much more likely to succeed and prosper in Australia than those who live in the country on humanitarian visas.  This reflects the Austra…

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Two Australian Cities voted amongst Top 10 in the World

A survey of 14 000 people found that Australia can proudly claim two spots in the Ten Best Cities in the World list!  Both Sydney and Melbourne made the top 10 and just to show off a little Melbourne took top honours being voted the favourite city by the poll takers. Networking service InterNations surveyed 14,000 people for its third annual InterNations Expat Insider.  T…

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Over 45 and interested in immigrating to Australia, here are your options

If you are older than 45 you still have options when it comes to immigrating to Australia.  Australia is still interested in investors, successful entrepreneurs and business people who will contribute to economic growth regardless of their age.  It is a well-documented fact that Australia (and for that matter most world countries) place a higher value on young migrants.  …

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Report: Australia does well at integrating migrants

A new report says the Australian society is best at integrating their migrant population another great reason to consider immigrating Down Under. Australia came out tops in an OECD report showing that nearly half the population now live in a migrant household, the third-highest level in the Western world. The report also shows that, despite debate about the impact of m…

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A Profile of South Africans who Immigrate to Australia

Young, skilled, educated, experienced and well paid, or self-employed, South Africans from all ethnic and cultural groups; this is the typical profile of South Africans packing their bags (or those who have already packed their bags) for Australia.  Figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics show a big jump in the number of South Africans who have immigrated to Au…

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Australia’s Character requirements: What it really takes to be considered ‘of good character’

Australia is very serious about keeping any shady characters out of their country which, ironically, is famous for the fact that it was once a British penal colony! Between 1788 and 1868 about 162,000 convicts were transported by the British government to various penal colonies in Australia but today you will get nowhere near Australia if your character is a bit unsavor…

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Australia: 1 July Migration Year Program for 2018-2019

The first of July has brought several changes to the migration year program for 2018-2019. Most importantly is the points count for (GSM) General Skilled Migration points based visas). The pass mark has been increased to 65 points: https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/F2018L00920 Following this, several occupation changes have also been made. Please see the list below:…

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