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NSW Immigration Law on Migration to Sydney?

Discussion in 'Immigration Law Forum' started by vrak1984, 31 December 2015.

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  1. vrak1984

    vrak1984 Member

    31 December 2015
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    Guys, I need tips for migrating to Sydney for a work permit under Immigration Law. I consulted with many people here in India but many are giving me telling to join some private colleges and do part-time jobs, but I am not sure about this method.

    I guess, this is the right platform to discuss & find out what the best one is for me. I searched a lot on internet but couldn't find much on this. There are lots of sites offering packages for the same but I want to know more about the people, weather, culture, etc.. I got a few sites, but I'm still looking further for better information about the region.

  2. Therese

    Therese Well-Known Member

    11 October 2015
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    Hi Vrak1984,

    Usually, people who come to Australia with a work permit are sponsored by a company, however, skilled workers also have the option to apply for a work visa.

    This Visa Options Comparison Chart may make it clearer: Visa Options Comparison Charts 1.

    I understand that another possible option could be coming to Australia on a holiday visa then finding a job to sponsor you, and changing to a work visa.

    I would suggest getting in contact with an immigration expert - even sending an email from India. They should be able to give you personalised advice once you have an idea which visas are out there that could apply to you.

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