Many say that Australia today is like the USA 50 years ago, full of enthusiasm and opportunity. Live and Work in Australia. Relocating to Australia means
Many say that Australia today is like the USA 50 years ago, full of enthusiasm and opportunity. Live and Work in Australia. Relocating to Australia means running towards opportunities:
Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and other Australian cities have a European / North America way of life, offering every kind of service, work, and fun. The quality of life is better because of the low population density, low pollution levels and a modern and efficient infrastructure.
Australian society is very multicultural, young and open-minded. It’s a place where people from all over the world come to share and contribute to a modern nation living experience.
Australia is a more meritocratic country than just about anywhere else. Unemployment rates are very low, unlike in most countries, there are plenty of casual work available, especially for young Australians and international students. And with the highest minimum wages in the world, even those in casual jobs are paid much more than in Europe.Australia’s economy has been the success story of the last few decades.
Australia has an extremely multicultural population. Australia ’s recent history is a history of mass immigration, from all parts of the world. Today 1 out of 4 Australians was born overseas and that ratio is increasing.
This means that in Australia you’ll never stand out as a foreigner. If you’re smart, positive, have a good English level and the right attitude, you’ll find a lot of work opportunities, probably more than in your own country.
TO GET AN AUSTRALIAN VISA FROM NIGERIA ,YOU NEED
Nigeria passport with at least 6 months validity
Passport size photograph.
Photocopies of the passport and ID card
.Proof of status Itinerary.
Medical check report.
All visa applicants, regardless of their nationality, who are physically in Nigeria when applying for a visa to enter Australia, will need to provide their biometrics (fingerprints and a digital photograph) unless they are biometrics exempt.
You can find more information on the biometrics requirement on the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP)
Before you apply for a visa, you must decide the kind of visa that meets your requirements and the types of visas includes Visit, Study, Work, Live and Citizenship. Other types can be found on the Department of Immigration and Border protection website
Applicants should fill the Visa Application Form corresponding to the visa subclass under which they wish to lodge their application. Applicants can get the visa application form by visiting the nearest Australia Visa Application Centre or by downloading the forms online
Please ensure that you read the Security Regulations before you visit the Australia Visa Application centre
You do not need a visa label on your passport to travel to Australia. All visa status information is stored electronically on the DIBP’s systems. Instead of a visa label, you will be issued a grant notification letter including visa details.
Please be aware that if you are transiting or exiting through another country, you will need to check with the relevant government authorities regarding requirements to show a visa label in the passport. The Australian Government cannot advise on other countries’ requirements.
If you would like a visa label in your passport, you must specifically request this, and pay an additional visa evidence charge after the visa has been granted.
To get more information before you lodging your visa application you can visit these websites:
Department of Immigration and Border Protection
Australian High commission in Pretoria
• If you would like to enquire about the visa application process or if you have general enquiry feel free to contact us at Law and Immigrate ,let’s help with your visa processing.
It is easy to see why people from all over the world make the decision to call Australia their permanent home. With Australia’s high standard of living, world-class education and strong economy, immigrating to Australia is an exciting opportunity.
There are several different Immigration Programs and ways to apply for Permanent Residence. Law and Immigrate will help you choose the Program that will work best for you and your family. We will ensure that you qualify under the Program of your choice and will advise and eliminate any element of confusion which so often arises with the array of rules to be followed and criteria that must be met to be successful.
It may seem like a simple choice but if you want to Immigrate to Australia there are many different ways to apply. There are many options to permanent residence and some times choosing the right path may not be that simple.
After reading about your options, please contact us with any questions you may have; or, to make your life even easier, fill out one of our free assessment forms and we will contact you with the information you need to make an informed decision on your quest to live in Australia.
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Australian Visa Types
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- Australia Contributory Parents Visa Subclass 846/143
- Australia Employer’s Nomination Visa Scheme Subclass 186
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- Australia Skilled Independent Visa Subclass 189
- AUSTRALIA SKILLED NOMINATED VISA SUBCLASS 190
- Australian Child Visa Subclass 802/101
- Australian Skilled Regional Provisional Visa Subclass 489
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