Migration Expert is encouraging prospective skilled migrants to begin the migration process as priority processing and tighter entry requirements are introduced.
Australia (PRWEB) December 25, 2009 -- Migration Expert has been busily encouraging its clients to finalised their skills assessment and visa applications prior to the introduction of changes that will make it more difficult to qualify for a Work Visa to Australia from 01 January 2010.
|There are several steps in the skilled migration process and it's important that the client understands exactly what needs to be done at each stage.|
The General Skilled Migration Program includes a number of skilled independent and skilled sponsored visas that are designed to address skill shortages while meeting the needs of the Australian economy. The current skilled visa requirements have been revised to ensure a better correlation of qualifications and employment readiness for those who are granted a visa under the General Skilled Migration Program and do migrate to Australia.
Currently, the Department of Immigration and Citizenship is allocating visa applications in the following order:
All other applicants will be allocated in the order in which they are received. Whilst the visa application and processing times can be quite long, Migration Expert is able to assist their clients by choosing the best skilled visa and occupation to apply under. Furthermore, a registered migration agent can ensure that the visa application is prepared and lodged correctly to minimise any further delay once lodged.
For further information and advice on skilled visas and migrating to Australia, contact Migration Expert by visiting www.migrationexpert.com/australia
About Migration Expert:
Migration Expert is an online provider of visa and immigration advice and services. The Company has been operating since 2002 when it began its Australian visa services and has since helped people from all over the world apply for visas to Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States.
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