Itís a Great time to Move to Australia from Hyderabad! Apply fast for new Quota of SOL Occupations

Itís a Great time to Move to Australia from Hyderabad! Apply fast for new Quota of SOL Occupations

If you are one among the tens of thousands of aspirants in Hyderabad, who are willing to live and work in Australia, its high to apply for immigration to Australia. Hyderabad is a home to thousands of skilled professionals, who look to explore the advanced career opportunities in overseas countries in IT and other sectors. And now, when Australia itself is seeking the skilled immigrants in great numbers, its just about the perfect time to make your move to Australia.

Why this is the perfect time to move to Australia from the city of Hyderabad?

Australia is in need of skilled workers in huge number in view of ongoing skill shortage in the country. This has to do with the low and ageing population in Australia in last few years. Recently, Australia has launched its latest Skilled Occupation List (SOL) with the fresh quota of occupations for the year 2016-17.

The SOL list contains the high demand occupations in Australia. Hence, if you are a skilled worker in Hyderabad, all you need to do is coordinate with a registered immigration consultant in Hyderabad and prepare your file urgently to apply for visa under SOL listed occupations.

(Note: With effect from April 19, 2017, Australian Government has replaced the old Occupation lists, i.e. SOL & CSOL with new Skilled Occupation lists, i.e. Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL)&Short-term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL). The visa applicants, eligible to nominate an occupation from STSOL, also have access to some occupations in MLTSSL. Hence, both the lists (STSOL & MLTSSL) have been combined to form a new Combined List of Eligible Skilled Occupationsand hence, there is no separate STSOL list.)

Why you must apply fast for SOL occupations?

The high demand occupations listed in Skilled Occupation List (SOL) of Australia have the limited quota for each year called the Occupation Ceiling Value. This Occupation Ceiling value reach to the limit quickly as thousands of applicants from India and other countries apply for the Australian visa under these occupations.

Hence, to survive in the competition, you must choose an occupation from SOL list now and apply for the appropriate visa as early as possible.

How to apply in Australias immigration system?

Australia has got a point based immigration system. To apply for the visa in Australia, you need to choose the relevant occupation from SOL list of Australia, and subsequently, submit an EOI in the online SkillSelect system of Australia. The Key point based skilled visas in Australia are, Subclass 189, subclass 190, subclass 457, subclass 489, etc. You can choose any of these sponsored or non-sponsored visas to move to Australia on a temporary or permanent basis as per the visa conditions. Immigration expert contact

How Visas Avenue Immigration Consultancy Office in Hyderabad can help you apply for visa in Australia?

Visas Avenue is a registered Immigration Consultancy Company that has an Office is located at Banjara Hills, Hyderabad. Its a team of qualified and experienced visa and immigration experts that help the visa and immigration aspirants perfectly in the immigration process.

Visas Avenue Hyderabad office helps you in online profile creation and EOI submission, obtaining skill assessment report and IELTS test result, documentation, visa filing, and following the application with immigration authorities, through call or emails, etc.

You may contact the experts at Visas Avenue on contact nos. 011-48447777 (Delhi), 080-46668222 (Bangalore), or 040-42467777 (Hyderabad). Moreover, you can also send your immigration and visa associated queries to Visas Avenue email id-

Disclaimer: Visas Avenue does not deal in any type of job or job assistance services. Visas Avenue is not ajob recruitment agent or job service provider. Visas Avenue does not offer consultancy on / overseas jobs/work permits/international or domestic placements.