Moving to Australia is more than just a successful visa application. You have a range of choices to make before you even get on a plane. One of which is where you want to work and live. Luckily, the Australian housing market offers a wide range of properties and you have a choice between apartments, houses with gardens, town houses, and more.
The Australian Government holds many benefits for migrants once they have settled and live in Australia. The Department of Human Services has been put in place to improve the quality of life for holders of certain visas. These include support for new arrivals, medicare services and payments for visa holders. Click here to see the benefits that this department can offer you!
It’s July again and that means that the new Consolidated Sponsored Occupation List (CSOL) and Skilled Occupation List (SOL) apply. We’re happy to report that no occupations have been removed from either list this year. This should come as a great relief to Accountants who are keen on moving to Australia as their occupation will remain for at least another year.
If you’re serious about migrating to Australia, you probably already know everything that needs to be done before the big move. The question is, however: How can you make your transition to Australia easier?
The South Australian Government recently added eighteen new occupations to the State Nominated Occupation List (SNOL), creating new opportunities for individuals interested in immigration to Australia.
Even before applying for their visas, most people think about what it would be like to live in Australia. They weigh the pros against the cons and factor that into their ultimate decision. Here follows just a few benefits of living Down Under.
There has always been a strong link between South Africa and Australia, which is just one of the reasons that Australia is one of the most popular countries for South African migrants today. It’s a country where you do not need to explain what a braai or a beer is and a country that shares our fanatic interest in rugby and cricket. Each year, a significant number of South Africans pack up their bags to Australia in search for better job prospects and living conditions.