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Obtaining permanent residence is not always possible for everyone. However, the world of work in Australia offers excellent opportunities to utilise your qualities and skills.
Moving to Australia may be the next step of your plan on a temporary visa, such as a Working Holiday Visa and Student Visa.
Anyone wishing to embark on a permanent migration process must contact a qualified immigration agent.
Contact us for more detailed information on immigration options.
Permanent Visa Types
This visa is intended for those who plan to open a company or invest in a company in Australia as a priority shareholder.
If you are a parent and more than half of your children live in Australia and are in good health, you can join them in Australia and become a permanent resident.
This is a points system that accumulates based on your age, work experience, qualifications, level of English, family history and other factors. This is a category of Permanent Visas that can be very difficult to obtain because of the requirements.
There are different types of visas, which are linked to an employment contract, or to a sponsorship. The most popular and sought-after visa is definitely the former visa 457; this is now called the Temporary Skills Shortage (TSS). As the name says, it is a Temporary Sponsorship Visa, as opposed to the two Permanent Sponsorship Visas: visa 186 and 187.