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Old 06-03-2010, 08:16 AM
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Hi, I am from India

Hi all, I have plans of moving to Australia & work there for a few years. Still looking for it, don't know how to proceed.


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Hi all, I have plans of moving to Australia & work there for a few years. Still looking for it, don't know how to proceed.
Have a look in the Visas&Immigration section and you'll see what the approach has been for many.





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Old 07-01-2010, 08:51 AM
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Hi Sk,
To add more,,,
you need to read and research the official web site first also check for employment opportunities before starting.


In Short
Step 1 is generally the Skill Assessment from the relevant assessment body, ACS in case of IT workers
Step 2 is taking the IELTS,,, a score of 7 in all sections should be aimed at to get maximum points but 6 in all is the minimum
Step 3 is filing the main application
You will require colour scanned copies of all your original documents (degree certificate, mark sheets, birth certificate, appointment letter, pay slips, bank statements, IT returns, passport , letter from employer stating your role, marriage certificate etc, Note : All are not mandatory, it depends on your case)
All these colour scanned copies of original or attested by local authority needs to be up loaded on to the DIAC web site along with the fee payment.

Step 4 : Depending on priority you application will be assigned to a case officer ( eg. after 3 months ) and he / she will request the remaining documents and formalities like requesting for police clearance from all countries you have stayed for more than 12 months, medical tests, further proof of employment history etc etc
Step 5 : Once satisfied the case officer will clear your case and you will be granted a PR
Step 6 : You need to get your passport stamped and enter Australia within a date (eg. 6months)

The entire process end - to - end can take around 12 months or more depending on priority,,, 8 to 9 months is the fastest I have seen

Indian police clearance can take a long time if you are not in India ,,, sometimes more than 3 months, USA police clearance takes 2 to 3 months,,,, so need to be planned properly...

ok then best luck....


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