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Migrate 2 Oz – Australia is a safe place to invest

The increasing success rate of the Australian Significant Investor Visa program

Safe and Transparent

The commitment to innovation and economic growth in Australia has continually been making headlines and tempting investors worldwide to invest capital into the country. Global investors have continued to praise the 188C Australian Significant Investor Visa program, which has been gaining a lot of traction as of late due to its safe, transparent, low-risk profile that is not linked to purchase of overpriced residential real estate.

How to move to Australia: Dave’s Story

meet dave migrate 2 oz videoMeet Dave.

 

Dave is an Engineer looking for new opportunity in a new country. After much deliberation and discussion with friends and family – Dave finally settled on Australia, the so-called lucky country. Good choice, Dave. However, he knows that the road to Australia takes more than a simple get-up-and-go approach. There are many things that he’ll need to consider, most important of all – does he qualify for a visa? How does the migration process work?What happens after his visa is granted? How does he go about finding a job in Australia?

 

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2015-16 Australia Skilled Occupation List Released

The latest 2015-16 Australia Skilled Occupation List (SOL) for independent skilled migration applicants was released earlier this month. Changes to the SOL will effect applications from 1 July 2015 and applies to Skilled Migration, Family Sponsored visa applications and Temporary Graduate (subclass 485) visa applicants in the Graduate work stream.

Address to Staff by Michael Pezzullo

There was a lot of buzz in January surrounding an article which was making the rounds on social media. It stated that Micheal Pezzullo, Secretary for the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP), questioned in an address to staff whether the high number of settlement in Australia’s past should endure. The article created the perception that, according to Pezzullo, Australia will be decreasing the amount of migrants it accepts. This was, however, not the case.