International students from all over the world choose to study in Australia. This country has so much to offer; from vibrant, multicultural cities, to a relaxed and fun-loving culture. It’s no wonder that many students are keen to stay in Australia when their studies end. How realistic is this? What steps do you need to take to achieve permanent residence?
Australia’s Graduate Temporary 485 Visa enables international students to live, work and study in this country temporarily after completing their studies. It gives graduates a fantastic opportunity to gain further work experience in their chosen field and provides a viable route to permanent residency.
However, there are no second chances with the 485 Visa – it’s really important to lodge a carefully completed application from the outset. Let's take a look at the steps required to secure a successful application...
Last year was certainly an eventful one for Australian immigration, with major changes to the skilled migration occupation lists taking place in April and July and the sudden announcement that the 457 Visa would be replaced with a new TSS Visa in March 2018. Not to mention, controversial proposed amendments to the Citizenship bill which were eventually blocked by the Senate in October.
During the last few weeks we’ve seen further developments take place, including:
Let's find out more...
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