An Australian Permanent Residency will give you the opportunity to achieve the life you always wanted. After four years of living in Australia you can apply for the Australian citizenship. The best part is that you will not lose your current passport or nationality.
Life can be compared to investing money in the stock market. The higher the risk, the higher the possible return. We know that taking such a big step can be scary, but the results and the time invested will be worth it. In simple words: “no pain no gain”.
All the good things in life take time to flourish, and the same thing happens when moving to Australia. Maybe at the beginning you’ll find a job where you will be overqualified, but step by step you’ll make the right choices. You just need to be patient.
If you have lived in Australia or travelled down-under, you know that Australians are somewhat unique. This country, full of different cultures, has shaped its residents to be different from everyone else. People outside the country describe Australians as charming and respectful individuals, with a hint of irreverence and the right amount of craziness.
To migrate to Australia you need qualifications and work experience in an occupation on the Skilled Occupations List (SOL) or on a state government list.
The SOL contains about 190 occupations and together the state government lists include a further 300 occupations.
If you talk to people who live in, have lived in or even visited Melbourne, they will tell you that the thing that distinguishes the city from other Australian cities is the culture, arts and museums.
One of the most common misinterpretations about the service that VisAustralia offers is that people think we will only "fill out the paper work in your name". That couldn't be more wrong.
Aside from being the happiest nation in the world, our rankings show that we are in the top 5 countries with the highest minimum wages around the world.
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To be completely honest, I had never heard of something similar to National Sorry Day before. It is a day for Australians to take responsibility of their country and how people used to run it.
Previous Australian generations have mistreated Indigenous Australians (known as Aboriginals). During this day, current Australians have the chance to make-up for and heal the 'Stolen Generation' which saw Aboriginals forcibly removed from their families so they could be part of the new Australian culture.