Things to Know About Getting the Australian Permanent Residency Visaby Catherine Roberts Aeccglobal Education
Australia is one of the most liveable countries in the world. Many international students studying in Australian universities dream of securing Australia permanent residency after their studies. Higher job opportunities, world-class education system, multicultural society, fresh water and air, and iconic museums are some of the compelling features that attract people to stay, study and work here. Hence, thousands of international students apply for seeking PR in this fantastic country of exotic flora and fauna.
Let us find out some important information about PR in Australia:
In Australia, students are often selected for PR based on their age, work experience, qualification, English proficiency and other qualities. It’s a point-based system where most eligible and suitable candidates are picked. The candidates are given PR after assessing their skills and requirements of employers to meet the economic needs.
Therefore, you better collect necessary documents to prove your eligibility such as evidence of English proficiency, skill assessment certificate, and so on.
Choose an occupation from CSOL or SOL
Select a profession which is a part of the Consolidated Sponsored Occupation List or Skilled Occupation List. Nominating for a job falling under these categories is the right pathway to get PR in Australia for international students.
Candidates need minimum 60 migration points to be eligible to apply for the Expression of Interest (EoI) to DIBP. You need to fill all the details like your age, skills, work experience etc., to minimise the risks of application rejection.
Once your profile is selected by the DIBP’s officials, you will receive an invitation to apply for PR. Make sure that you apply for the PR visa within 60 days of receiving your application. You must submit your health and character certificate along with the application. You will obtain your PR visa within 3 to 6 months if found correct by the officials.
The population of non-English speakers has increased significantly over the years. This situation has led to rising of the scope for translator and interpreters. In case you are eyeing for a career in the field of translation, you can join NAATI courses. NAATI offers training in more than 40 languages to allow candidates to learn a specific language and get a job of their choice in the Australian job market. Also, NAATI provides accreditation which awards you five migration points as per CCL (Credentialed Community Language).
Since applying for Australian PR is not easy, you can speak to expert Indian migration agents to create a pathway based on your career goals. AECC Global migration agents are certified by MARA and have vast experience in handling immigration-related issues.
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