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Our aim is to make it easier for anyone who wants to emigrate. We assist with a wide range of cases, from partners to parents, skilled workers to investors and entrepreneurs. You can relax knowing your case is in safe hands, and your case will be given the best chance of success.

We remove the need to search endlessly for answers online, or worry about whether you are filing the right form, or providing the right answers. And no longer will you waste time attending boring seminars, drown in paperwork, or struggle with understanding the complexities of the law specific to your case.

Emigrate to Australia without a job offer

Looking for a job first? Don't waste too much time: these days few Australian immigrants get jobs before securing permanent residency. For Australian employers to hire you legally, you need to be secure your authorisation to work in Canada. However, once you are 'work ready', an introduction to the right employer, at the right time, goes a long way. That is why we are partnered with over 100 recruitment specialists and are in regular contact with leading employers across Australia. 

Entrepreneurs & Investors Welcome

Australia welcomes entrepreneurs and investors with open arms -- and recent rules changes have been designed to help Australia to improve the opportunities available to investors or business and retirement. So whether you'd like to start a new business, buy one in need of fresh leadership, or simply make an investment to secure permanent residency and retire, we can help with the strategy and logistics to make it happen.

Free Assessment

To discover if you're eligible to emigrate complete our free 1-minute assessment below, or scroll down for more information about the visas that might be right for you.

Proposed changes to the Australian immigration policy

Just in case you have not heard already,the Australian Government are proposing the biggest shake-up of Australian Immigration law since 1958. Their aim is to "firm up" their borders.

Here are some of the key changes being proposed:

  • Australia are reducing the number of visas classes available to emigrate from 99 down to just 10!
  • No more permanent residency for skilled workers on arrival
  • A skilled migrant will need to complete a 2-4 year probationary period on a temporary visa
  • Restrictions on purchasing property in Australia while on a temporary visa
  • Must make a financial contribution for access to education while on a temporary visa
  • Further restrictions on parent visas
  • A two-stage process for Australian partner visas - making it even more difficult
  • An overall reduction in the number of migrant visas approved per year

Don't worry, these changes have not taken effect yet and you still have time to secure your visa.

Find the Right Australian Emigration Path

Of the scores of different potential visas to enter Australia, there are different benefits, restrictions and entry criteria for each. That's why it is critical to your success to have a professional migration consultancy on your side.  With our many years of expertise,we will be sure to find the visa that perfectly fits your needs.

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Australia Skilled worker visas

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Emigrate with an Australian Partner Visas

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10 benefits of emigrating to Australia

1. Australia is a nation founded on immigration. Of 22 million Australians,the majority are descendants of nineteenth and twentieth-century European settlers,mainly from the UK (from England,Scotland,Wales) and from Ireland. However,the country’s population has quadrupled since the end of World War I,due to the introduction of an ambitious immigration programme,and today,Australia’s population is incredibly diverse,with many foreign-born citizens and residents from every corner of the globe.

2. Australia has a prosperous,Western-style economy,with a GDP per-capita estimated last year at US$43.300,outmatching the UK’s US$37.500.

3. Despite the country’s healthy economy,a shortage of skilled workers is still a problem which Australia is currently addressing. Jobs abound for skilled tradespeople and investors and the opportunity to become part of Australia and enjoy its unparalleled lifestyle is wide open to anyone who possesses the required skills or business knowledge.

4. Trades and professions in Australia can be considerably better paid than their counterparts from Britain and elsewhere. In some areas of Australia,bricklayers,electricians,carpenters and mechanics can earn upwards of AU$3500 per month. Professionals,such as teachers and architects can earn around AU$6500 per month and above.

5. Australia’s deregulated economy makes it an ideal country for business investment. The country also benefits from substantial natural resources and technical strength and a tax system that competes with all other western economies. Business visas are a popular choice for migrants

6. Housing is an affordable,high standard compared to other countries,and the quality of schools,hospitals and public transport reflect the exceptional quality of life that Australians enjoy. The country’s healthcare provision involves a mixture of private and state-funded systems working in sync.

7. The landscape and climate of Australia is stunning and highly varied. Ranging from the lush rain-forests of Northern Queensland and the Northern Territory to Sydney’s Blue Mountains,from the vast outback to the Great Barrier Reef,Australia has diverse scenery that attracts thousands of tourists and residents alike every year to explore its varied landscapes,from the shores of Western Australia,to New South Wales and Victoria in the east. Although Australia’s climate is varied,you can always expect an average minimum temperature in the 20's in the summer months no matter where you reside, and in most areas, this average is far higher.

8. English is the national language and is spoken at home by 80% of the population. Virtually all of those who do not speak it at home are bilingual, so communication with others is never a problem.

9. Australians are sport-obsessed and love living an outdoor lifestyle. Major sports in Australia include the country’s national sports of cricket, rugby union, rugby league and Australian Rules football, as well as hockey, netball and soccer.

10. Despite all that goes on in Australia, the lifestyle is in fact extremely relaxed and laid back. Class boundaries do not exist is the same ways that they do in countries such as the UK, and a sense of everyone contributing to society in their own way prevails.

5 facts about Australian immigration

The most recent 'Australian Social Trends' report, published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics, contains some interesting facts and figures on immigration to Australia.

Here are just 5 facts about Australian immigration that can be found in the reports if you look hard enough.

  • There are 5.3 million immigrants living in Australia currently. That equates to just over a quarter (26 percent) of the entire Australian population.
  • According to the 2011 census, Australia has one of the largest immigrant populations in the Western world. it is home to more people born overseas than Canada, New Zealand, the UK, and the USA. While New Zealand is only a few percentage points behind with 23 percent, while the UK and the USA only boast immigrant populations of approximately 13 percent.
  • The largest contributor to Australian immigrants is the UK - a whopping 1.1 million people from Great Britain and Northern Ireland are currently living in Australia.
  • The median length of residence for immigrants in Australia is 20 years, which means once people move to Australian, they are more than likely to stay for the long haul
  • Of all migrants, over 85 percent live in urban areas. Compared with 64 percent of people born in Australia. It seems to take time to appreciate the Outback!

Australian Immigration Options

Of the 99 different potential visas to enter Australia, there are different benefits, restrictions and qualifying criteria. That's why it is critical to have a professional migration consultancy on your side.  With our many years of expertise,we will be sure to find the visa that perfectly fits your needs. 

More interesting facts about the Australian economy

Australia’s economic freedom score is 80.9,making its economy the 5th freest in the 2018 Index. Its overall score has decreased by .1 points,with higher scores for the government integrity and government spending indicators offset by declines in labour freedom and property rights. Australia is ranked 4th among 43 countries in the Asia–Pacific region,and its overall score is well above the regional and world averages.

Although facing a structural change as sharply lower global commodity prices undermine mining investment,Australia’s robust free-market democracy benefits from an effective system of government that facilitates vibrant entrepreneurial development. With almost all industries open to foreign competition and a skilled workforce readily available,Australia continues to be an attractive and dynamic destination for investment. The government has withdrawn from most areas of the market,and government debt,rising since the global financial crisis,remains relatively low.

Background on the economy

Australia is one of the wealthiest Asia–Pacific nations and has enjoyed more than two decades of economic expansion. It emerged from the 2009 global recession relatively unscathed,but stimulus spending by the previous Labour government generated a fiscal deficit that has continued under subsequent Liberal governments. Malcolm Turnbull,a former businessman and communications minister,replaced Tony Abbott as head of the ruling Liberal-National coalition and as prime minister in 2015. Australia is internationally competitive in services,technologies,and high-value-added manufactured goods. According to its Department of Industry,Innovation and Science,services (especially financial and insurance services) account for more than 60 percent of GDP. Mining and agriculture are important sources of exports.

The rule of law

Australia’s stable political environment supports transparent and well-established political processes,a robust legal system,competent governance,and an independent bureaucracy based on the UK legal system. The strong rule of law protects property rights and mitigates corruption. Expropriation is highly unusual,and enforcement of contracts is reliable. The judicial system operates independently and impartially. Anti-corruption measures are generally effective.

The Australia Immigration Act came into law in 1958.  Since then the Immigration Act has been updated almost annually and today is a complex system of immigration control managing how people emigrate to Australia. Complete our free assessment and we shall provide a copy of the Australian law.

The size of the Australian government

The top income tax rate is 45 percent,and the flat corporate tax rate is 30 percent. Other taxes include value-added and capital gains taxes. The overall tax burden equals 27.8 percent of total domestic income. Over the past three years,government spending has amounted to 36 percent of total output (GDP),and budget deficits have averaged 2.8 percent of GDP. Public debt is equivalent to 41.1 percent of GDP.

Regulatory effectiveness

Australia’s regulatory environment is one of the world’s most transparent and efficient and very supportive of entrepreneurship. In 2016,registering a business took less than three days. The labour market is well supported by the modern and flexible employment code. The government continues to fund multi-billion-dollar subsidies for clean and renewable energy but eliminated its farm export subsidies in May 2017.

Open for investment

Trade is moderately important to Australia’s economy;the combined value of exports and imports equals 40 percent of GDP. The average applied tariff rate is 1.9 percent. Non-tariff barriers impede some trade. In general,government policies do not significantly interfere with foreign investment. The financial sector is competitive and well developed. All banks are privately owned and subject to prudent regulations.


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