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Thursday, 18 April 2019
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AMES has clients from
more than 50 countries

CONGRATULATIONS
to our clients who have had their Visa granted in the past 12 months:

Cecilia T.  from Italy
Disabilities Services Officer
Subclass 187-RSMS (Permanent Employer Sponsored)
8 February 2019

Antonio. P. C.  from Spain
Sales and Marketing Manager
Subclass 482 (Temporary Skill Shortage)
8 February 2019

Molly K.W.  from United States
Teacher Hearing Impaired
Subclass 189 (GSM - Independent)
2 February 2019

Raul C. V.  from Venezuela
Geotechnical Engineer
Subclass 186 (Employer Nomination Scheme) - TRT
25 January 2019

April Marie C.  from Philippines
Child Care Worker
Subclass 187-RSMS (Permanent Employer Sponsored)
23 January 2019

Faud H.  from Kosovo
Factory worker
Subclass 600 (visitor stream)
16 January 2019

Manuel G. L.  from Spain
Civil Engineer
Subclass 186 (Employer Nomination Scheme) - TRT
22 December 2018

Sebastian B.  from Poland
Construction Manager
Subclass 186 (employer Nomination Scheme) - TRT
19 December 2018

MS Z.  from Bangladesh
Medical Physicist
Subclass 485 (Post-Study Work)
17 December 2018

Jaime E.H.  from Colombia
Telecommunications Engineer
Subclass 485 (Post-Study Work)
11 December 2018

Pauline Marie S.  from France
Human Resources Specialist
Subclass 820 (Onshore Partner Provisional)
8 December 2018

Fatema S.  from India
Community Support Worker
Subclass 820 (Onshore Partner Provisional)
27 November 2018

Veronica F. L.  from Bolivia
Biologist
Subclass 485 (Post-Study Work)
20 November 2018

Mariana H.G.  from Mexico
ICT Business Analyst
Subclass820 (Onshore Partner Provisional)
16 November 2018

Jorge N. R.  from Venezuela
Mechanical Engineer
Subclass 190 (GSM - State Nom)
10 November 2018

Belina B.  from United States
Counsellor
Subclass 500 (Student)
24 October 2018

Alex A. V.  from Mexico
Marketing Specialist
Subclass 801 (Partner Residence)
19 October 2018

Ibrahim K. S.  from India
Mechanical Engineer
Subclass 189 (GSM - Independent)
17 October 2018

Darshinie V.  from Malaysia
Special Needs Teacher
Subclass 485 (Post-Study Work)
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Jessica S. A  from Venezuela
Industrial Engineer
Subclass 482 (Temporary Skill Shortage)
12 October 2018

Jessica S. A  from Venezuela
Industrial Engineer
Subclass 500 (Student)
2 October 2018

Hande M. A.  from Turkey
Market Researcher
Subclass 186 (Permanent Employer Nominated)
15 September 2018

Carlota C. C.  from Spain
Conference & Events Organiser
Subclass 482 (Temporary Skill Shortage)
12 September 2018

Erila B.  from Albania
Social Worker
Subclass 485 (Post-Study Work)
6 September 2018

Rajat I  from India
Unemployed
Subclass 602 (Medical Treatment)
28 August 2018

Stephen J. R.  from India
Minor
Subclass 489 (Subsequent Applicant)
28 August 2018

David A. N.  from Mexico
Restaurant Manager
Subclass 190 (GSM - State Nom)
15 August 2018

Luca V.  from Italy
Baker
Subclass 187-RSMS (Permanent Employer Sponsored)
2 August 2018

Carlos R.O.  from Spain
Engineer
Subclass 482 (Temporary Skill Shortage)
25 July 2018

Sabina B.  from Nepal
Housewife
Subclass 820 (Onshore Partner Provisional)
2 July 2018

Gijerjii G.  from Albania
Farmer
Subclass Subclass 600 (visitor Australian sponsored)
4 June 2018

Karolina Anna K.  from Poland
Logistics Officer
Subclass485 (Post-Study Work) visa
9 May 2018

Federico O.  from Spain
Cook
Subclass 500 (Student)
9 May 2018

Jeom Sook Y.  from S. Korea
Dental Hygienist
Subclass 801 (Partner Residence)
27 April 2018

Bharat S. B.  from India
Project Administrator
Subclass 190 (GSM - State Nom)
18 April 2018

Maxiel L.  from Mexico
Admin Assistant
Subclass 309 (Offshore Partner Provisional)
4 April 2018

Luca P.  from Italy
Manufacturing Production Manager
Subclass 489 (GSM - Regional State Nom)
19 March 2018

Gustavo M. A.  from Mexico
Graphic Designer and Ilustrator
Subclass 186-ENS (Permanent Employer Sponsored)
13 March 2018

Francisco A. C.  from Argentina
Data Analyst
Subclass 187-RSMS (Permanent Employer Sponsored)
9 March 2018

Prahbu G.  from India
Electronics Engineer
Subclass 500 (student)
27 February 2018

Viktor R.  from Germany
Business Analyst
Subclass 820 (Onshore Partner Provisional)
15 February 2018

Stelian B.  from Italy
Graphic Designer
Subclass 500 (student)
12 February 2018

Renon D. M.  from Brazil
Business Analyst
Subclass 500 (student)
2 February 2018

Ngoc Tien N.  from Vietnam
Social Worker
Subclass 500 (student)
19 January 2018

Jonathan A. W.  from USA
Agriculrural Scientist
Subclass 485 (Post-Study Work)
15 January 2018

Sylvie N.  from Burkina Fasso
Geoscience Technician
Subclass 500 (student)
15 January 2018

Samudi P.  from Sri Lanka
University Tutor
Subclass 485 (Post-Study Work)
3 January 2018

Pamela S.  from Croatia
High School Graduate
Subclass 500 (student
3 January 2018

Are you eligible to migrate to Australia?

The Australian Government has a tough immigration policy and strictly controls who enters the country by requiring everyone who is not an Australian citizen to have an entry VISA. Our immigration policy is not static, however. It is frequently modified and adapted to match changes in social and economic conditions in Australia.

There are many categories under which you can be granted a visa for entry to Australia. For the purpose of migration, however, the number is fairly limited - though working out which visa is the right one, or the best one, for you is likely to be pretty complicated.

IF YOU ARE AN INTERNATIONAL STUDENT

aiming to get Permanent Residence in Australia, this page is not the right one for you.

Please visit our web page for international students like youYou are special because you may be uniquely eligible for one of Australia's ONSHORE VISAS: click for details.

To find out if you are eligible to emigrate to Australia, click on the Migration Visa category below that looks most promising to you and find out what your options are. For most visitors to this site that is likely to be the Skilled Visas category, but you may be lucky enough to be able to apply for an Employer-Sponsored Visa: these days the easiest and fastest route to a Skilled Visa is THE OFFER OF A JOB IN AUSTRALIA.

The most important Migration Visa categories are:

Employer-Sponsored Visas, for skilled people with recognised qualifications and skills or experience in particular occupations, who are seeking to work on a temporary or permanent basis for an Australian (or overseas employer based in Australia) who is willing to sponsor them. This visa category receives the highest priority in terms of the processing of migration visa applications by DIAC.

Skilled Visas, for people who are highly skilled, under 50 years of age, and in a position to make a contribution to the Australian economy soon after their arrival, but who don't have an employer who is sponsoring them to work in Australia.You can only apply for a Skilled Visa if you
have been invited to do so by the Australian government in response to an Expression of Interest you have lodged through SkillSelect.

Business Visas, which targets people under the age of 55 who have a demonstrated record of business or investment success and who are committed to using their business and/or investment skills in Australia.You can only apply for a Business Visa if you have been invited to do so by the Australian government in response to an Expression of Interest you have lodged through SkillSelect.

Family Visas, designed for Australia's Family Migration Program, in which people are selected on the basis of their family relationship to a sponsor in Australia. As a general rule, to settle permanently in Australia as a Family Migrant, you must be sponsored by an Australian citizen or resident who meets certain conditions.

Onshore Visas for eligible International Students who have gained an Australian qualification as a result of at least two (2) years full-time study in Australia and for certain provisional (temporary) visa holders who have skills in demand in Australia.

EMPLOYMENT IS THE KEYIf you want to be in Australia as soon as possible, you need to have a job lined up for you. Click this link to find out how to show your Professional Profile on the AMES AustJOBS Talent Exchange site to improve your chances.

To help our clients land a job in Australia AMES has formed an alliance with AustJOBS, an agency that focuses on matching prospective migrants with prospective employers who are interested in sponsoring international professionals and trades people.

AMES is making membership of the AustJOBS Talent Exchange available to visitors to our Migration web site on a trial basis. Through this site you can now upload your Professional Profile to the AustJOBS Talent Exchange web site, where it can be viewed by Australian businesses looking to sponsor and employ someone from overseas who has the skills they are looking for.