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Abounding in natural wonders like sandy beaches, vast deserts and dense rainforests, Australia is a haven for tourists who are looking to fill their bucket list of adventures.

Experience the world’s most scenic coastal drive through the Great Ocean Road, be in awe of the engineering marvel of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, and immerse yourself in the beauty of the world’s largest coral reef in the Great Barrier Reef. Australia never runs out of breathtaking scenery and it has also managed to keep its urban areas progressive and dynamic.

For the six times in a row, Melbourne, Australia, has been declared the best city in the world.

Out of 140 cities ranked by the Economist Intelligence Unit in their recent survey, Melbourne continues enjoy the top spot as the “most liveable” city for the past six consecutive years.

The EIU’s Global Liveability Ranking ranks 140 cities worldwide based challenges that might be presented to an individual’s lifestyle across five broad categories of Stability, Healthcare, Culture and environment, Education and Infrastructure. Melbourne scored 97.5 out of 100.

There are various programs which an aspiring immigrant may choose for Australian immigration. NASC is here to help you make that important decision.

Which Australia immigration program is best for you?

After preliminary data gathering and self-assessment, the applicant wishing to enter Australia through the General Skilled Migration Program should observe some guidelines that will help them determine if they are eligible to apply for a visa or not.

NASC can help assess your skills and provide a road-map for you application.

All applicants interested to live and work in Australia must first submit an EOI(Expression of Interest) in Skill Select and receive an invitation before he/she can lodge a visa application. Skill Select is an online system that helps Australia manage its migration program according to what the country needs.

It is important to remember that each visa has different eligibility requirement.

Skilled Independent Visa 

This visa is for skilled workers who are not sponsored by an employer or family member or nominated by a state or territory government. Applicants under this program must obtain a minimum of 60 points on the point assessment.

Requirements:

  • nominated an occupation that is on the relevant Skilled Occupation List (SOL)
  • obtained a suitable skills assessment for that occupation
  • must be under 50 years of age
  • achieved the score specified in your letter of invitation based on the factors in the points test
  • at least competent English

Skilled Nominated Visa 

This visa is for skilled workers who are nominated by a state or territory government agency. Applicants under this program must obtain a minimum of 60 points on the point assessment.

Requirements:

  • nominated an occupation from the Consolidated Skilled Occupations List (CSOL)
  • obtained a suitable skills assessment for that occupation
  • must be under 50 years of age
  • achieved the score specified in your letter of invitation based on the factors in the points test
  • at least competent English
  • been nominated by an Australian state or territory government agency

Skilled Regional Visa 

This visa is designed to encourage skilled workers with his/her family to live and work in specified regional areas for up to four years. Applicants must be sponsored by either a relative living in a designated area or a state or territory government.

Requirements:

  • be sponsored by either a relative or a state or territory government
  • obtained a suitable skills assessment for that occupation
  • must be under 50 years of age
  • achieved the score specified in your letter of invitation based on the factors in the points test
  • at least competent English
  • nominate an occupation from the Skilled Occupations List (SOL)
  • pass criminal record checks and medical examinations

A relative who may sponsor the applicant must be either an Australian citizen, permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen.

If you are a skilled worker interested in moving to Australia, increase your chances of success by applying with NASC.

For 2016, World Bank ranks Australia as the 15th easiest country in which to do business.

As the economy of Australia grows, more and more entrepreneurs are setting their eye on Australia. Due to its stable political environment, skilled and multicultural workforce, competitive tax structure, and its easy access to the Asia Pacific region, Australia is regarded as an ideal location for foreign investment.

Through Australia’s Business Innovation and Investment Program, successful business people have the chance to settle in Australia and use their proven skills to develop business activity in Australia. It targets migrants with strong business acumen and a history of success in innovation, investment and entrepreneurship.

This is a nominated program with three subclasses and runs on several streams:

  • Business Innovation stream: for people with business skills who want to establish, develop and manage a new or existing business in Australia. Applicants must be nominated by a state or territory government.
  • Investor stream: for people who want to make a designated investment of at least AUD1.5million in an Australian state or territory and maintain business and investment activity in Australia. Applicants must be nominated by a state or territory government.
  • Significant Investor stream: for people who are willing to invest at least AUD5million into complying significant investments in Australia and want to maintain business and investment activity in Australia. Applicants can be nominated by a state or territory government or Austrade on behalf of the Australian government.
  • Premium Investor stream: for people who are willing to invest at least AUD15million into complying premium investments in Australia and want to maintain business and investment activity in Australia. Applicants must be nominated by Austrade on behalf of the Australian government.
  • Entrepreneur stream: for people who have a funding agreement from a third party for at least AUD200 000 to undertake a complying entrepreneur activity that is proposed to lead to either the commercialization of a product or service in Australia or the development of a business in Australia. Applicants must be nominated by a state or territory government.
  • Significant Business History stream: for high-caliber business owners or part-owners who want to do business in Australia
  • Venture Capital Entrepreneur stream: for people who have sourced venture capital funding from a member of the Australian Venture Capital Association Limited (AVCAL).

Business Innovation and Investment visa (subclass 188)

This is a 4-year provisional visa available to business owners and investors. This visa allows the applicant to:

  • establish a new or develop an existing business and/or invest in Australia, make a designated investment with an Australian state or territory government, make and maintain complying investments in Australia or participate in a complying entrepreneurial activity in Australia
  • travel in and out of Australia for the life of your visa
  • bring members of your family unit with you to Australia
  • seek permanent residence by applying for a Business Innovation and Investment (Permanent) visa (subclass 888)

Requirements

You might be able to get this visa if you are nominated by a state or territory government or Australian agency and are invited to apply by the Minister for Immigration and Border Protection.

Business Innovation and Investment visa (subclass 888)

This is a permanent residence visa that allows the applicant, nominated by an Australian state or territory government agency, to continue to own and manage a business in Australia. It also gives the applicant and his family certain privileges such as:

  • stay in Australia indefinitely
  • work and study in Australia
  • enroll in Medicare, Australia’s scheme for health-related care and expenses
  • apply for Australian citizenship (if you are eligible)
  • sponsor eligible relatives for permanent residence
  • travel to and from Australia for five years from the date the visa is granted (after that time, you will need a resident return visa or another visa to return to Australia).

Requirements

The applicant might be able to get this visa if you are nominated by a state or territory or the Australian government; and

  • hold a provisional Business Innovation and Investment visa (subclass 188) and have met the requirements of that visa in the stream in which he first applied or
  • hold a Special Category visa (subclass 444) and have met the requirements of the business innovation stream.

Business Talent visa (subclass 132)

This is a permanent residence visa that allows the applicant, nominated by an Australian state or territory government agency, to establish a new or develop an existing business in Australia. The applicant and his family are entitled to:

  • stay in Australia indefinitely
  • work and study in Australia
  • enroll in Medicare, Australia’s scheme for health-related care and expenses
  • apply for Australian citizenship (if you are eligible)
  • sponsor eligible relatives for permanent residence
  • travel to and from Australia for five years from the date the visa is granted (after that time, you will need a resident return visa or another visa to return to Australia).

Requirements

The applicant might be able to get this visa if he is nominated by a state or territory government agency and is invited to apply by the minister.

Applicant must also either:

  • have net business and personal assets of at least AUD1.5 million and an annual business turnover of at least AUD3 million if he intends to apply for the visa in the Significant Business History stream, or
  • have obtained at least AUD1 million in venture capital funding to start the commercialization and development of a high-value business idea in Australia if he intends to apply for the visa in the Venture Capital Entrepreneur stream.

If you are a businessman or an investor considering doing business in Australia, increase your chances of success by applying with NASC.

For those who want to visit Australia whether for pleasure or for business, there are several visit visa options to choose from.

Visitor Visa (subclass 600)

This visa is for people travelling to Australia up to three, six or 12 months for visit or business trip purposes. This is usually the visa most visitors select.

eVisitor (subclass 651)

An eVisitor is an electronically stored authority for travel to Australia. eVisitor can be accessed by airlines, travel agents and Australian border agencies. This is a free visa granted to a passport holder of a certain country.

Electronic Travel Authority (subclass 601)

An ETA is also an electronically stored authority for travel to Australia. Only certain passport holders can apply for this visa online. It allows you enter Australia for up to three months at a time as a tourist or for business visitor purposes.

If you want to spend the holidays with your family or see the myriad of natural wonders in Australia, apply with NASC today and increase your chances of success in obtaining your visa.

With more than 22,000 courses in 1,200 institutions, a great number of fields or study areas, Australia remains to be one of the global leaders in education. It’s the third most popular destination for international students because of its student mix, affordability, quality of life, and employment opportunities.

Studying in Australia would require the candidate to obtain a student visa. But first the applicant must be accepted to study in a registered full-time course at an educational institution in Australia. If the applicant is under 18 years of age, he/she should also prepare appropriate welfare arrangements for the duration of his/her stay.

These are the following steps one must take to study in Australia:

  1. Choose to study in Australia
  2. Decide what course you want to take and at what institution
  3. Check entry requirements for course and visa application
  4. Apply for the course
  5. Receive your offer letter
  6. Receive COE(Confirmation of Enrolment)
  7. Apply for your student visa
  8. Plan your arrival

The applicant must also secure his/her academic requirements, English language requirements, proof of sufficient funds, and overseas student health cover.

Study in one of the world’s best education provider, choose Australia now. NASC would be glad to lend a helping hand as you secure your student visa.

how can we help you?

Contact us at the NASC office nearest to you or submit an inquiry online.

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