Wednesday, 1 July 2015

How to Know More about Visas for Australia

One of the most critical questions for all migrants is to make a decision what type of visa to apply for. The Australian skilled migration visa is one of the most accepted but is it right for the most people?

Let's go to take a look at some of the different types of visa available.

Types of Visas for Australia

1. Employment Visa
2. Skilled Migration Visa
3. Student Migration Visa
4. Family Migration Visa
5. Working Holiday Visa

Employment Visa: The Employment Visa is an option for skilled workers from across the world to move and work in Australia. The most prominent of the employment Visas is the 457 Visa that comes with an offer of employment from an Australian employer.

Skilled Migration Visa: Migrating to Australia on the basis of your skills is one of the dreams that most of the people see. To apply for a skilled visa you just need to put an EOI along with all the information on your education, qualification, skill, ability and experience.

Student Migration Visa:  Student visa is the most common type of visa if your main goal is to come to Australia to study. Australian Student Visa allows you to study and work in Australia for a period equivalent to the duration of your course plus one month. These visas are for the people who want to start a course of proper study.

Family Migration Visa: If you are in Australia under any of the above-listed Visas then your family, relatives or friends in Australia can also visit Australia using the Family Visa. There are different options for parents, partner, dependent children, etc.

Working Holiday Visa: A Working Holiday Visa is best for the young people between age 18 and 30 who want to spend some time in Australia. The opportunity given by a working holiday visa will allow you to expand your stay up to 24 months.

There is a huge range of these visas available every year so you take a good chance of getting one.

Want to know more?

Contact us on +61 8 9301 5905 to get Free Immigration Advice and information about available visas for Australia.

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