Getting a work visa for Australia is the way many overseas workers and their families migrate Down Under. It can also offer a pathway to a permanent residency visa. A permanent visa means that the visa holder can remain in Australia indefinitely. Later, they may be able to apply for citizenship. Otherwise, an Australian work visa can be a way to visit and explore this country.
Occupation is the key to a person’s work visa eligibility. Also, it is relevant to the type of visa they can apply for, such as temporary work visa, permanent work visa, employer-sponsored work visa and independent work visa.
The Skilled Occupations List, published by the Australian Government’s Department of Home Affairs gives information about which occupations a person can get a work vis for.
However, occupation is just one part of a work visa application. Other important requirements may include a satisfactory English test, a positive skills assessment and a specified minimum period of work experience. Some visas are points tested which means that an applicant must achieve a minimum point score to be able to apply for a work visa. Employer-sponsored work visas require an employer to apply for and receive approval before they can nominate a person for the visa. The Australian visa system is complex so let us assist you to make a successful application. We are a registered migration agent. You can contact us – [email protected] or Txt +61408955770 – and we will apply our migration expertise to your case today. You will always get prompt, responsive, personalised and affordable advice from us for your Australian work visa application.