Couple wanting to migrate to the land down under! (answers and direction needed plz)

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Couple wanting to migrate to the land down under! (answers and direction needed plz)


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Exclamation Couple wanting to migrate to the land down under! (answers and direction needed plz)

Hi looking for a little advice in regards to migrating to Australia
I'm English, 30 years old and unskilled... having spent 2 years in Australia on a working Holiday Visa I fell in love with this country and knew that this was the place for me, actually for us, i met my Fiance in Australia a girl from Hong Kong who i travelled with and spent everyday with
anyway to the point... I know Australia requires skilled migrants to be able to move there. so i took it upon myself to do a bricklaying course. I am now approaching the end of my course Diploma lvl 2 in brickwork (Is this an accepted qualification in oz or do they require NVQ or?) i plan to study the 3rd year here in England and then get a few years bricklaying experience under my belt in England before i think about migrating.
Perth/Western Australia would be top of our choice of places to go as my Fiance has her sister there and she said she would be a sponsor for us if needed

Me: England, 30 years old, Studying Bricklaying (Diploma lvl 2) (otherwise unskilled)
Fiance: Hong Kong, 30 years old, Higher Diploma in Design (5 years experience in designing Lingerie)

Am i doing the right thing? Are we going in the right direction?
Should we get married before migrating or after?
Bricklaying the right choice? are there many opportunities for this?
Would i still need to find a sponsor?
Would i need still need to do an assesment before i would get considered?
Would it be able to study my 3rd year of bricklaying in Australia? how would i go about this? How much does it cost? would it guarantee me a residency? who to contact? TAFE?
Do i need a Diploma or NVQ? (What is recognised in Oz?)
Would my girl be able to migrate with her skills alone and am i wasting my time doing my bricklaying course?
We are not married yet but we will get married in the future and would like to migrate as a couple.. would this affect me? she is a designer but this is not a job that is needed on the SML (skilled migration List)


Can you offer me anymore advice? anyway any advice would be helpful
Thanks for reading and thanks for your time

Jason


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