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Career not in Skilled Migration List-What Visa?!


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Old 04-16-2011, 12:05 PM
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Career not in Skilled Migration List-What Visa?!

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If you are 35 years old and your career is not on the Skilled Migration List -what are the options on visas to move to Australia-?!I am from an English speaking country and I have a B.A. in English Literature and History of Art. I have a T.E.F.L. certification but I have not used it for 5 years. I work in the Arts.
I really want to go but I can't see the way to get there and work-any hope of being able to move to Australia?!
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am a dressmaking designer, would my skill be eligible in australia? i like to migrate there


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Old 04-19-2011, 02:31 AM
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the best option we see is to apply for student visa

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Hi everyone,
If you are 35 years old and your career is not on the Skilled Migration List -what are the options on visas to move to Australia-?!I am from an English speaking country and I have a B.A. in English Literature and History of Art. I have a T.E.F.L. certification but I have not used it for 5 years. I work in the Arts.
I really want to go but I can't see the way to get there and work-any hope of being able to move to Australia?!
Thank you for any help..!
HI There,

In your case ,the best option we see is to apply for student visa as there are still a lot of options of applying for PR in Australia until you are of 45 years of old . Be hopeful my friend you are still young to migrate and student visa would the suitable entry for now.

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Old 04-19-2011, 02:36 AM
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Unfortunately this skill is not in the current skill occupation list .

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am a dressmaking designer, would my skill be eligible in australia? i like to migrate there
Unfortunately this skill is not in the current skill occupation list . However once you get into Australia you may use this skill to migrate permanently here in the regional area. So better apply for anything like student visa for now.

We can help you as we are also education consultants in Melbourne, Australia.

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