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Making the Land Down Under Your Home: Tips on Migration

Australia draws visitors from near and far every year. As a land of incredible beauty and diversity, it's no wonder that many would like to enjoy all that Australia has to offer for an extended stay. The process is made easy with a migration visa kit. There's no need to hire an agent to do the job for you. The DIY visa is easy to do on your own when you know how to get started.

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Australia, popularly known as the Land of Oz, is a favorite destination for those who want to really experience this great country for more than a holiday. With a diy visa, it's possible to actually come in and stay a while, work, and truly explore this vast land. For those between the ages of 18 and 30, the Working Holiday Visa is the perfect solution. This type of visa allows you to stay for up to a year. You can study for as long as four months and work for one employer up to six months. Applying is simple, can be performed online, and you can learn more at the Department of Immigration and Citizenship.

If you're looking for a more permanent option, you can get a migration visa kit. If you are a professional or a trades person, you can qualify to make Australia your home as you take advantage of business opportunities. You need to check your eligibility. General qualifications include being between the ages of 18 and 44. You should hold some type of degree, apprenticeship, or qualification for your form of employment. You need to be able to speak English and should have at least a year's worth of experience in your field of employment. Otherwise, two years of study in Australia could qualify you as well. You can also look into a Skilled Independent Visa, a visa that allows you to migrate, along with your partner and any dependents, based on a point system.

When you are ready to apply, you can hire an agent or a lawyer, but it could cost you thousands of dollars. A diy visa, made possible through a migration visa kit, is much more affordable. You'll find that many companies offer you a kit and will lead you through the entire process, including documentation, careful background checks concerning your character, personal health, and education, submission of your application, and the final response once it has been processed. Choosing a visa kit that is provided by a professional service will ensure you have all of the proper forms and assistance if you have any questions during the process.

Once your visa has been approved, you'll be free to settle in any area of Australia as you pursue a career. You'll have access to Australia's healthcare system and public schools. You'll have a better chance of getting a job as a permanent resident. If you are pleased with migration to Australia, you can take steps to become an Australian citizen. Your visa opens the door to opportunities.

Contributor: Sally Smith

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Moving To Australia: What Indonesian Immigrants Need To Know

Posted by guest blogger Sally Smith

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Indonesians emigrating to Australia will be quite glad to learn that there are many ways to make your transition smoother than you ever thought possible. Australia and Indonesia have had a long and successful trade relationship that is still going strong today. Due to this relationship, quite a few Indonesian families and individuals living in Australia have moved there successfully and permanently in recent years. If you are getting ready to make the move, it may seem a little overwhelming and you might not know just where to begin. It will be helpful for you to consult a professional migration consultant or migration lawyer who can help you take the necessary steps to become an Australian citizen or temporary visitor on visa.

Australia has provided much economic aid to Indonesia for a number of decades and getting a visa is a fairly standard process nowadays. You will first need to apply via the Australia Embassy or Department of Immigration, both of which can be accessed online from the comfort of your home. There are several different types of visas to choose from - if you are sponsored to move by a major company or place of business, a work visa may be the right one for you. If you are going to marry someone in Australia, a marriage visa could be the best option. There are also temporary holiday visas and special visas for Superyacht workers as well. Once you have applied either in person or online, you can be approved within a few weeks or months depending on type and the length of your move or stay.

Once you have a visa ready to go, you might be wondering what the best places to work and live are. Cities like Brisbane, Sydney, Gold Coast, and New South Wales are just a few of the most popular metropolitan destinations for immigrants and other new Australian residents. There are condos, apartments, small homes, and larger ones - as well as hostels and hotels for international travelers. Realtors can help you find something within your ideal budget. Some of the most popular Indonesian-held jobs in Australia are teaching, translating, online customer service and trading, and work at the Australian-Indonesian center. Because mining and drilling are such booming industries in Indonesia, you may find luck in these careers as well. If you have a college degree in Chemical or Electrical Engineering, there could be openings for you in this type of field. The best way to begin searching for jobs in online before you move. Try to develop a relationship with some potential employers by explaining to them that you will soon be transitioning to Australia and are interested in potentially working with them.

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