Australian Visa Program Offers Low-Skilled Workers Permanent Residency


In the past, a pathway to permanent residency in Australia was only available to workers the Australian government thought were most desirable, mainly being skilled occupations needed to fill employment gaps.

There are now new arrangements in place, designated area migration agreements (DAMAs). This route lowers the requirements and opens the door for migrants to have permanent residency who don’t have good English fluency, and have lower skills and pay.

If you are looking for a job and would relocate, contact Australian Immigration Professionals. Their team will walk you through the stages of Australian immigration so you can begin your path to a new life.

The only stipulation to the new guidelines is that immigrants must agree to live in the region for at least three years before applying for permanent residency in Australia.
David Coleman, minister for immigration, said the Australian government is improving the immigration program to best match the needs of specific regions.

If you are interested in receiving permanent residency in Australia, contact Immiproaustralia. They will answer any questions you may have so you can begin working in Australia as soon as possible.

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