Skilled Migration

SKILLED VISA

Australia is currently experiencing a chronic skills shortage as well as its biggest migrant intake in its short history.

The Minister of Immigration and Citizenship has set 102500 places for skilled migrants who gain entry essentially because of their work or business skills for 2007/08.

The 2007-08 migration program provides up to 152 800 places for migration with 66per cent of places to be filled from within in the skill stream. So if are a skilled professional and/or trades person there has never been a better time to make the “Lucky Country” your home.

Eligibility

To apply for this visa you should be a professional or have a trade skill listed under a skilled occupation list (SOL).


You must be under the age of 45, have a good command of English and have recent work experience in your trade.

This program has various onshore and offshore visa options and eligibility depending on where you are applying from, contact matt@migrationconsultants.net.au for a thorough assessment and your eligibility

Visa Entitlements

As an Australian permanent resident you can:

  1. 1. Live and work in Australia indefinitely.
  2. 2. Receive public health care
  3. 3. Dependents who are under the age of 18 and unmarried can study in the public schools funded by the Australian government.
  4. 4. A two year waiting period to receive social benefits, like unemployment, sickness etc.
  5. 5. You can work for any employer in any kind of trade with exception to the
    Australian public service or defense sector.
  6. 6. Secondary applicants who pay the secondary application fee are entitled to government sponsored English Language lessons

Skilled Occupations List (SOL)

The Skilled migration program is designed to attract the people who have the skills
in particular occupations which are required in Australia and by the Australian
government.

The current Skilled Occupation List (SOL) is relevant for applicants for:
• independent points-based skilled migration who are not nominated by a
state or territory government agency
• a Family Sponsored Points Tested visa
• Temporary Graduate visa (subclass 485) – Graduate Work stream.

http://www.immi.gov.au/Work/Pages/skilled-occupations-lists/sol.aspx
Consolidated Sponsored Occupation List (CSOL)

The current Consolidated Sponsored Occupation List (CSOL) is relevant for
applicants for:
• points-based skilled migration who are nominated by a state or territory
government agency under a State Migration Plan
• the Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS), who must have been nominated by an
Australian employer to fill a position in an occupation that appears in
the CSOL
• the Temporary Work (Skilled) visa (subclass 457)
• the Training and Research visa (subclass 402)

For more information follow the link :
http://www.immi.gov.au/Work/Pages/skilled-occupations-lists/csol.aspx

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