Whilst Australia has a non-discriminatory, and equitable immigration policy for skilled immigrants that does not discriminate regardless of the national or racial origin, sexual preference or religion of the applicant, these immigrants still need to meet certain immigration criteria before the Australian Department of Immigration & Border Protection will grant them either a temporary or permanent visa. This policy is necessary to ensure that the people who immigrate to Australia will be able to contribute to the economic advancement of Australia.
Australia wants to attract immigrants who already have work, education or business skills that will help to advance the economic growth of the country. Applicants should have the following attributes to be eligible to apply to immigrate to Australia:
While immigrants can fall into the general skills, business skills, employer sponsored, family reunion, or refugee and humanitarian immigration programs, for the purpose of this information, we will discuss only the General Skilled Migration Program or GSM Program. This program is for the purpose of attracting preferably young applicants who have a full understanding of the English language and are highly skilled in occupations that are in the SOL or CSOL. You can learn more about this list by clicking for the SOL or the CSOL
To qualify for the GSM Program, applicants must meet the following criteria:
To obtain additional information about the immigration criteria in Australia for skilled migrants, contact James Tan Immigration Consultants. We are experts at helping skilled migrants and other categories of applicants to immigrate to Australia from all parts of the world. Our staff members will help you navigate all the paperwork, testing and filing procedures that are necessary to receive a temporary or permanent visa.