Migration Australia
Australia is the second best country to live in, according to a measure of global living standards from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in 2009.
Australian government has encouraged immigration for years, which maintains its commitment to an immigration policy seeking to balance social, economic, humanitarian and environmental objectives. Australia continues to benefit from its multicultural make-up – one of the most diverse in the world – enjoying a wealth of ideas, cuisines and lifestyles. The last census reported that 23% of the population is foreign-born, and over 40% of Australians are of mixed cultural origins. Every four minutes and eight seconds Australia gains another international immigrant. Many foreign-born Australians came from Italy and Greece after WWII, but recent immigrants have mostly come from New Zealand and the UK, as well as China, Vietnam, Africa and India, among many other places. In Australia you will enjoy one of the highest standards of living in the world.
Aohua provides migration services as follows:
Business Skilled Visas
General Skilled Visas
Employer Sponsored Visas
Family Reunion Visas
For more information, please contact us, and Aohua migration consultant provides professional advice on your case in-depth.
Business Skilled Visas
Business Development - Provisional
These visas, known as Business Skills visas, are for business people to establish a business in Australia, manage a new or existing business or invest in Australia. All except the Investor Retirement visa offer a pathway to permanent residence.
Business Development - Permanent
These visas, known as Business Skills visas, are for people who have established the required level of business in Australia while holding a provisional visa. A direct permanent residence visa is also available for high-calibre business people.
For more information, please contact us, and Aohua migration consultant provides professional advice on your case in-depth.
General Skilled Migration
Business Development - Provisional
These visas, known as Business Skills visas, are for business people to establish a business in Australia, manage a new or existing business or invest in Australia. All except the Investor Retirement visa offer a pathway to permanent residence.
Business Development - Permanent
These visas, known as Business Skills visas, are for people who have established the required level of business in Australia while holding a provisional visa. A direct permanent residence visa is also available for high-calibre business people.
For more information, please contact us, and Aohua migration consultant provides professional advice on your case in-depth.
General Skilled Migration
Under the Australian General Skilled Migration Program (GSM), applicants use their qualifications, work experience and language ability to satisfy Australian Immigration requirements. Candidates must meet the Basic Requirements and must pass the Points Test.
Skilled - Independent
•    The Skilled Independent Visa is a permanent visa for skilled people wishing to live and work in Australia. The visa grants work and settlement rights for anywhere in Australia, but carries the highest points pass mark of any Australian visa.
Skilled - Sponsored
•    An Australian skilled visa category for skilled migrants who have been nominated by a participating State/Territory or who have a family sponsor in Australia.
Skilled - Regional Sponsored
•    The Skilled Regional Sponsored Visa is a sponsored work visa for skilled people wishing to live and work in a regional or low population growth area in Australia. The Skilled Regional Sponsored Visa is a temporary visa valid for a period of 3 years. After the 3 year mark, visa holders may apply for permanent residency.
Skills Matching Visas
•    The Australian skilled migration category for those who may or may not meet the Points Test and are seeking to be nominated by and Australian State/Territory.
Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (RSMS)
•    The Australian Government's RSMS is limited to certain areas of Australia. It allows employers to sponsor skilled migrants for job vacancies. The RSMS visa provides permanent residency.
For more information, please contact us, and Aohua migration consultant provides professional advice on your case in-depth.
Employer Sponsored Visas
Labour Agreements
•    Labour Agreements enable Australian employers to recruit a specified number of workers from overseas in response to identified skills shortages in the Australian labour market. Employees may come to Australia on either a temporary or permanent basis.
Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS)
•    Permanent residents entering Australia under the Employer Nomination Scheme have a job waiting for them. Alternatively, you can apply for this visa if you hold a temporary working visa, such as the Working Holiday Visa or a Student Visa.
For more information, please contact us, and Aohua migration consultant provides professional advice on your case in-depth.
Family Reunion Visas
Child and Partner
•    These visas require sponsorship by an Australian or eligible New Zealand citizen. Children and partner (spouse, prospective spouse (fiancee) or interdependent partner (same-sex partner)) may apply to join their Australian citizen or permanent resident family members in Australia.
Parents
•    Parents may be able to migrate to Australia if they have a child in Australia who is an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen.
For more information, please contact us, and Aohua migration consultant provides professional advice on your case in-depth.
Resident Return
•    A Resident Return Visa (RRV) is valid for 3 months or 5 years, depending on the circumstances. It allows Australian permanent residents to travel to and from Australia as often as they wish within the validity of the visa, while maintaining their status as permanent residents.
For more information, please contact us, and Aohua migration consultant provides professional advice on your case in-depth.