Single most language, Immigration friendly visas, good pays and freedom to travel to New Zealand without permission is together make Australia the lovable destination for many Indians and almost all the international students.
This country is home for international student’s Skilled workers and refugees. People come for various reasons, but this country rolls out red carpet to the skilled professionals with exceptional talents who can meet the missing gap of the economy. All the top class cities of Australia are affordable and people can easily integrate into the local culture.
The Best Way for Engineering Graduates
Engineering is one such stream that absorbs vastly skilled force, such as Engineering based manufacturing sector and IT industry. Australian it industry has largely helped immigrants to settle comfortably as this area is severely lacking in the skills. Australia Immigration offers you Skilled Visa 457 to fill the gap of shortage, you have to submit an application to the Australian Government, and your interest is viewed and invited to apply for permanent residency.
If you meet the requisite skills, Australian businesses will sponsor you the permanent resident visa for five years. There is another stream called Skilled Recognized Subclass 476 Visa exclusively for engineering graduates of civil, mining, chemical, environment, chemical, electrical, structural can easily get the visa if they have passed the degree in last two years.
The visa subclass 476 is a flexible, you can work, study with this visa for 18 months. You will have excellent exposure during the stay as you can gain valuable experience or equip your skills. Australian Immigration skilled programs are point based, applicants can take the help of immigration guide for successful visa processing.
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