Time Perfect for Australia Immigration

For those who wish to live and work in the ‘Land of Kangaroos’ the options are many. Australia, the ‘Land of Crystal Clear Beaches’ has opened its doors wide open for skilled workers, business professionals, students, and others.

The exotic country is full of opportunities, natural beauty, high standard of living, dynamic and rich culture, and peaceful environment. If you wish to live the rest of your life joyfully, then you must certainly move to the overseas immigration hotspot.

When it comes to Australia Immigration, it is vital to keep a tab on the nation’s immigration and visa application process. Let’s have a quick look as to what is the latest news on Australia Immigration!

Canberra lays a great deal of stress on those sectors which are facing a severe shortage of skilled workers. To initiate the process, more visa categories have been streamlined and new immigration policies have been formed. The Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) has created several visa programmes to target approximately 190,000 new permanent residents for the year 2015-16.

The number of migrants under each category varies and the breakup is as follow:

  • 128,550 new migrants will be welcomed under the skilled category, including those business class, employer sponsored and general skilled.
  • 57,400 migrants under family migrants duly sponsored by their immediate family members, and
  • 565 migrants include special eligibility migrants, which includes former permanent residents of the country who have continued to kept close personal, business or cultural ties with the nation.

The DIBP has decided to issue approximately 3,485 permanent child visa outside the annual migration programme.Australia visa application process

As per the available reports, out of the total number of the new entrants for the year 2016-2017, around 28.6 % will be from the UK, Wales and Ireland. While from China it will be 23.7%, from India it will be only 21.2%. It will be rather interesting to see mix number of movement from Europe and Asia.

To attract immigrants, the DIBP has already made the Skilled Occupation List (SOL) public for the year 2016-17. The list is introduced keeping in mind the specific needs of the labor market and to attract immigrants from almost every part of the world.

The country has a point based system, and under the prevailing occupation list, it plans to welcome immigrants under the 194 occupational categories. As per the latest reports, a large number of invitations have been issued to IT professionals and accountants. Thus, for the time being the applications for the said professions have been closed till further announcement is made. Further, some more occupations are now closed. For complete details, check the official website of the DIBP.

The good news for those who are thinking of Australia Immigration is that the economy looks promising even as new entrants for surely will get ample of opportunities to grow economically, and hopefully sectors that are facing a serious shortage of qualified workers in the nation, will overcome the skill shortage.

For more information on the Australia immigration Visa please contact me at mustaqali@abhinav.com



  • Jigarkumar

    Sir i have completed my Diploma in electrical and having 4 yrs experience in manufacturing industry.
    kindly suggest can i eligible apply for Australia PR

    • Immigration Experts

      Thanks for your comment. Sure we will suggest you but for that I need few of your details. Kindly send us updated resume of self and spouse(if married) at mustaqali@abhinav.com for further guidance.

  • Jigarkumar

    Sir i have completed my Diploma in electrical and having 4 yrs experience in manufacturing as a maintenance industry .

    kindly suggest can i eligible apply for Australia PR

  • Ashwin Joy

    Hi ,
    I am Ashwin Joy,RN from India presently working in Qatar.I’m planning to migrate to Australia…Im going to appear my English profiency exam very soon…Guide me to achieve my aim.

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