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Old 06-28-2013, 03:08 AM
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Best Option to Migrate to OZ

Hello all,

I'm a US citizen with an university degree.
I'm currently employed by an international company as a sales associate (supply/distribution associate).
I wonder what my best options are as I plan to migrate to OZ with the next couple of years.
By wife is a buyer/purchaser, and I don't know how valuable we could be to OZ immigration.
My question is, how much would it help me if I were to earn certifications in carpenter, fitter, welder, or electrician?
We are both 29 years old.

Thanks for the advise.


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Old 06-28-2013, 03:12 AM
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I suggest you check out the visa wizard on the DIAC website to get an idea of what type of visa you may be eligible for.

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I would find out about both going over on the work & holiday visa and trying to find sponsorship whilst out here.

Work and Holiday Visa (Subclass 462)

You are only eligible to work with one employer for 6 months at a time and it's only applicable to people between 18-30.

You could also have a look at SkillSelect. SkillSelect

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Old 06-28-2013, 04:40 AM
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What's the difference between regional sponsorship and RSMS sponsorship?
Will I only require to show an employment letter and be willing to stay at least 2 years in this low population region in order to receive permanent residency?


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Anyone?

Thanks


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