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Various Australian Visa Types

Various Australian Visa Types

Various Australian Visa Types

If you want to move to Australia then there are a lot of things that you need to remember. After all, you need to think about the type of visa you want to apply for and you also need to think about how long it will take you to obtain that visa. Take a look below to see some of the top types of visa for those looking to move to Australia.

Aged Parent Visa

If you want to migrate to Australia on this visa then you need to pass the Aged Parent visa test which shows that 50% of your children are permanent residents of Australia.

Partner Visa

This is otherwise known as a spouse visa. It is for those who are in a relationship with a permanent Australian citizen.

Australian Citizenship

For this visa, you’ll need to prove that you have been a permanent resident of Australia for 12 months and that you have had no absences for more than a year in the past 4 years.

Australian Family Visa

If you are married, a parent of a child who is an Australian citizen or if you want to retire, then this is the best option for you when compared.

Student Visa

This visa will allow you to study internationally in Australia for a range of subjects, however normally it is only valid for the duration of the course.

Skilled Migrant

This helps you to secure work if you are skilled and it also helps you to progress in your chosen field if there is no work available for you in your home country. It helps with regional skill shortages and it is ideal for those who want to live and work in Australia.

So as you can see, there are plenty of visa types available, and understanding them is the key if you really want to make the most out of your stay.

By | 2017-01-14T10:17:00+00:00 June 29th, 2016|AUSTRALIAN MIGRATION, Job Consultant News|2 Comments

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During our co-founders initial days in Australia he has experienced struggle to find cheap accommodation,job,genuine support and some times ignorance from my own fellow Indians. While his experience is not unique but he wanted to make sure it doesn't happen to anyone else.He bring with him 16 years of rich experience working with Global corporations both in India & Australia.Our founder aim through this portal is to support Indian travelers to Australia for migration, education, work and travel, minimizing the cultural change impact while providing tangible cost benefits.

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  1. Mani Iyer March 23, 2017 at 11:11 am

    my wife is a Bachelors in Ayurveda (BAMS) from India. She is a Ayurvedic Physician.Is there any route to migrate to Australia?

  2. Indianconnection April 13, 2017 at 4:39 am

    Hi Mani thanks for connecting please send your wife updated resume to info@indianconnection.com.au and we get it assessed by a MARA registered migration agent

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