MIGRATING TO AUSTRALIA
Our team has legal expertise of over 35 years of helping people setting up their new lives in the Australia instead of European Union and around the world. With our in-depth knowledge and experience of the visa application process and local knowledge, we will find the ideal tailor-made solutions for your individual needs. We aim to support your new life in Australia and are able to provide a full 360 degree service including settlement advice, business advice, property advice, and even education advice regarding your children. Our consultants will be there for you throughout the process to ensure you are supported and your application is handled in the most professional and effective way.
Migrating to Australia can take many forms. Here are some of the different routes that we can take with regards to visas:
- Skilled Visas
- Work Visas
- Parent Visas
- Partner Visas
- All Visas
There are many variations when it comes to skilled visas, and EU Migration can help you understand which route may be most suitable for you.The requirements for an Australian Skilled Visa are as follows:
- Age – you must be under 50 when you apply;
- English language – you should have sufficient ability in the English language to work in Australia (at least at a competent level).
- Nominated occupation – when you apply you nominate a skilled occupation, which fits your skills and qualifications. Your nominated occupation must be found on the Skilled Occupations List.
- Skills assessment – before you apply, you must have your skills assessed by the Australian assessing authority designated to assess your nominated occupation (which will usually have specific qualifications requirements).
- Health assessment – you should be of reasonably good health and all applicants must have their health assessed by a panel doctor and undergo a medical examination.
- Character assessment – you should be of good character and this too will be assessed.
There are many variations when it comes to work visas, and EU Migration can help you understand which route may be most suitable for you. You may be eligible for a skilled visa if, amongst other things, you are a skilled overseas worker with skills needed in Australia.Sponsored or nominated work visa options:
You may be eligible for a nominated or sponsored work visa if, amongst other things, you are nominated or sponsored by:
- An approved Australian employer or business
- A state or territory government agency
- A state or territory authority
There are various visa options available for parents and EU Migration can help you understand which route may be most suitable for you. The Parent visa (subclass 103) lets parents live permanently in Australia if they have a child who is an Australian citizen, permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen who is settled in Australia. Most applicants must be sponsored by their child. The sponsor needs to have lived lawfully in Australia for the two years immediately before the application is lodged.You might be able to obtain this visa if you:
- are sponsored
- meet the balance-of-family test
- are prepared to wait in a queue before your visa can be decided.
There are many variations for partnervisas, and EU Migration can help you understand which route may be most suitable for you.
This subclass 820 and 801 visa allows the spouse or de facto partner of an Australian citizen, permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen to live in Australia.To obtain this visa, you must be married to or in a de facto relationship with an:
- Australian citizen
- Australian permanent resident
- eligible New Zealand citizen
EU Migration has in depth knowledge and experience regarding the vast array of visas available to those looking to migrate to Australia. We can help you understand which visa option is most suitable for you and your personal situation.