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Where do I start

Your first steps in migrating to Australia is to find out if you are eligible to settle Australia. This can be completed by making contact with your nearest Australia High Commission, the immigration staff here are able to help and provide relevant information regarding the application process.

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What's so great about Australia

Australia is a natural wonderland of beautiful beaches, crystal blue waters, amazing ancient rock formations and pristine rainforests. Australia is also the sixth largest country in the world and has the lowest population density per square kilometre.

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The Education System

The education system in Australia is open to all people. It offers an opportunity for all age groups and levels of ability. You can get into any level of education if you have the entry requirements.

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Finding a job in Australia

Australia welcomes new migrants with valuable skills and qualifications, however searching for employment will be a challenge. It is important to be realistic and understand that you may not be able to find your ‘dream job’ straight away.

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Australian Education

Each state government manages the school system within their state. This means that they provide funds and regulation for their schools. Both public schools and private schools exist in each state. The curriculum taught in each state or school may vary but the learning areas are the same in all.

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First steps once you are here

What are the first things you should do as soon as you arrive in Australia? Here is a list of the top 7 most important things that you should do as soon as possible after arriving in Australia.

Beginning a life in Australia

The Beginning a Life in Australia booklets welcome newly-arrived migrants and humanitarian entrants to Australia. They provide useful national, state/territory and local settlement information for migrants, humanitarian entrants, their sponsors and service providers. This information is available to download in English and 37 community languages for each state and territory.

What are the Australian visa classes

There are many Australian visa classes available, some are more commonly used than others, we have highlighted the most common visa applications to help get you started.

 

Using a migration agent

A Registered Migration Agent is a professional person who is qualified to provide you with advice on your visa options and assist you through your visa process. This could include preparing your submissions and representing with assessing authorities, regional certifying bodies, State/Territory Governments, The Department of Immigration and Citizenship and review tribunals.

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