6 Ways to Emigrate to Australia

Gone are the days when you just jumped on a boat and turned up.

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It’s Different Now

Now things are a little more tricky. In this very straight forward and quick guide, I’ll run through 6 ways to emigrate to Australia. Please be aware this post was written March 2009 and although I do try to keep it up-to-date, it is always wise to doublecheck over at homeaffairs.gov.au/.

They have pages and pages of information about the various visas, but it can be very difficult at times to understand it all. If you really do not want the headache of trying to work it all out, then I do have a shortcut for you to find out what your options might be. More on towards the bottom of this page.

Employer Sponsored Workers

Updated April 2017: 

The Australian government announced changes to some of these visas, to find out more please see my post called Australian Government Abolishes 457 Visas. These changes will affect the availability of visas in this category and also for those in the category below for professionals and other skilled migrants. Some of the changes also affect the possibility of turning a temporary visa into a permanent one.

For the pathways that do still work though, if you can find an employer who is prepared to offer you a job, this can be the quickest way to get your first foot into Australia. It might, under the right circumstances, also lead to a permanent residency.

This works for approved skills only and provided the employer can satisfy the government that no Australian worker is available for the job. For highly skilled jobs it is possible to come straight in on a permanent visa, dependant upon available schemes.

Professionals and other Skilled Migrants

Updated April 2017:

Or the General Skilled Migration programme, as it is also known. This for those over 18 and under 45 years old who speak good English. The jobs lists are a bit of a minefield but there seems to be the Skilled Occupation List (SOL), Critical Skills List (CSL), Employer Nominated Skilled Occupation List (ENSOL) and the Migration Occupations in Demand List (MODL). These skills lists also changed when the government announced their changes mentioned above, and they are now called Short-term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL) and Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL).

Confused? Yep. Me too. The easy answer is at the end of this article, so don’t panic.

Business Innovation Streams

Updated November 2019:

The kinds of visas available to business people have changed a few times over the years since I originally wrote this article. Temporary visas are currently still available to business people, and I believe under the right circumstances these can lead to a longer stay.

There are several Business Innovation streams for these kinds of visas, but the eligibility criteria is quite tough. For more see homeaffairs/businessinnovation

Doctors and Nurses

There is a shortage of both doctors and nurses and as such there are many opportunities for those with qualifications to move to Australia on a permanent basis. I have more information which doctors, nurses, dentists and other medical professionals might find useful. Please visit my page about nursing in Australia.

Investor Retirement

Updated November 2019:

As with the business visas mentioned earlier, the criteria for retirement visas have also changed quite a lot over the years. Some pathways have now been closed to new applicants, but, as with all visas for Australia, the rules can change at any time.

For the latest information on retirement and/or investor visas, please visit homeaffairs/retirementvisapathway which covers all of the options, including Parent visas and Contributory Parent visas.

Working Holiday Visa (WHV)

The Working Holiday Visa is clearly not permanent. But for those aged between 18 and 30 it’s a fantastic way of visiting the country to see if you like it. You are allowed to work for the entire period if you wish, although you can only work for a maximum of six months with any one employer.

However, if you have a skill which is in demand here, then coming over for 12 months and demonstrating your skills to a number of employers may well lead to a Employer Sponsored job offer. This could be one of the fastest ways to get here in small steps. Holiday Visa – Sponsored Visa – Permanent Visa.

The WHV and the similar Work and Holiday visas are only available to passport holders from qualifying countries, at the time of writing (see the Australian Government website for updates) they are…

WHV: Belgium, Canada, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Republic of Korea, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Taiwan and the United Kingdom.

Work and holiday: Argentina, Bangladesh, Chile, Indonesia, Iran, Malaysia, Thailand, Turkey and the USA.


This is not intended as an exhaustive list or even an authoritative guide. A couple of pages to give you an overview is never going to tell the whole story. And that’s all this is. An overview. The rules change all the time and they are extremely complex.

For example, the government announced a reduction in the nation’s skilled migration intake at one point. The building and manufacturing trades were the ones hit. The idea was that companies would have to find bricklayers, plumbers, welders and carpenters domestically to combat the downturn in the building trade. But even so, employers who can’t find workers locally can still go abroad for them.

If you want to see how complex it all gets, head over to homeaffairs and take a look around. You can see all the latest job lists and see how the points system works. There is a pretty good search box top right that usually goes to what you have asked for.

Getting Professional Assistance

As I have mentioned earlier here, there is an easy answer, a shortcut for those who do not want to work it all out for themselves. Get a Migration Agent. Make sure they are MARA (Migration Agents Registration Authority) registered. They know all this stuff inside and out.

I’m pleased to say I have a MARA agent who works with me on this website, and he has been helping people on my behalf since early 2014. He is very good at what he does and can give you a professional assessment based on the exhaustive information he will ask you to provide.

Check out my Visa Assessment Service.

I’ll talk about migration agents next week. If you want to read about them now, go to Moving to Australia Part 3

For a full chronological list and brief description of all the posts in this series about how I moved to Australia, please visit my page How to Move to Australia.

Don’t want the expense of a MARA Agent yet? Then please read my page about Getting a Visa for more help.

Please note: I am not able to answer individual questions about getting a visa.

Finding a Sponsorship:

Many of you in the comments below and in personal emails to myself have provided me with details of your occupations, and have asked how you can find work and sponsorship in Australia. Please read my page Getting a Job Sponsorships in Australia and Finding Work.

Your Resume or CV:

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  • Dominic gleeson December 11, 2016, 4:44 am |

    I am a Indian citizen and I work in Saudi Arabia a rigging company oil and gas work experience 10years 28 day s on and 28 days off so I want to live in Australia taking my family . and my sister lives in Melbourne 8 years so what should I do

  • happy November 30, 2016, 11:20 am |

    Hi Sir! I am from the philippines. I have relatives in Australia and I have plans of seeking employment there as well. Can I apply from my country for work?

  • happines November 24, 2016, 5:03 pm |

    I am happines aged 21 years from Kenya.my schooling is up to the college level under Education P1 course.I finished on July this year.currently am doing farming at home.looking for australia work visa for domestic work to help me cater for the needs of my family.looking forward to hear from you.

  • Alexa November 17, 2016, 11:45 am |

    Good Afternoon,

    I’m from the United States and currently on a working holiday visa and living Sydney. I am currently working as an au pair and have plans to stay with the family until April but my visa is up in January. I have bought a ticket to New Zealand to travel for two weeks and then return to Australia on a tourist visa. I also have plans to return back to Sydney in October 2017 to work with the family again.

    I was wondering what advice you can give me about what type of visa I should apply for when I come back in October and if I will be able to re-enter on a tourist visa in January.


  • mohit November 16, 2016, 4:20 am |

    Good morning Sir
    I am mohit from India and i am a network support engineer. Currently i am working with a telecom company OPPO (Mobile handset company) as a trainer. I would like to do job in same industry in Australia. I don’t have relatives there but I have a friend who is permanently resident at New South Wales ,Australia . Did she able to sponsor me to reach there? I wish you can reply me to my question.. Thank you so much.

  • mahmoud November 2, 2016, 2:03 pm |

    what is the requirements to be australian citizen

    • BobinOz November 2, 2016, 7:23 pm |

      It’s complicated, but here’s the simplified version from the Australian government’s website which should be enough to get you started.

      1. be a permanent resident.
      2. meet the residence requirements.
      3. be of good character.
      4. intend to live or maintain a close and continuing association with Australia.

      Good luck, Bob

  • nymfa October 8, 2016, 11:35 am |

    Good morning, sir I am a secondary teacher and I would like to practice my profession in Australia I would like also to study there , I don’t have relatives there but I have a friend who is permanently resident at New South Wales ,Australia . did she able to sponsor me to go there? I wish you can reply to my question.. Thank you so much sir! 🙂 God bless

  • Akash Chhetri September 7, 2016, 12:01 pm |

    i am from Nepal, now in Malaysia working as a Senior Executive Programmer for 3 years and with more than 8 years(Nepal + Malaysia) of experience in Software development. What are the ways to migrate to Australia?
    Qualifications : Bachelor of Engineer in Information Technology (2003 – 2007)

  • parvinder singh August 25, 2016, 1:52 am |

    Hello bob,
    I am 29 and plumber by profession.i have been working for more than 3 years. I got 6 band. Can i still qualify for 489 If not what should i do further for meeting eligibility criteria. I mean to say should i earn 2 more year experience Or should improve ielts score?
    Please show me the right path. I am confused. I could wait and improve ielts but even intend to know, what are th chances?

  • Unaisi tuberi August 20, 2016, 11:12 am |

    Hi…I’m married with 2 kids (one is 9yrs n one is 5yrs)they both qirls.my husband’s family al in overseas.his sister n brother lives in Australia with citizensship n his other sister lives in New Zealand with citizenship too.I want to have a dual citizen for fiji n australia.I want to send my children to School in australia n since I have the rest of my husband’s family in australia n new Zealand.I do have business here in fiji dats the reason I stil prefer to come back to fiji at the end of the day.any other information plus do email me back.thanks alot

  • Sibasis Roy August 16, 2016, 5:59 am |

    I’m 47 yrs + BSc Indian; working as a accounts manager in a textile company. Exp. around 19 Yrs. Handling of Tally ERP9, VAST EXPERIENCE IN STOCK MAINTENANCE, seeks jobs in australia. Note: I am holding indian passport.

  • cp July 31, 2016, 11:22 pm |

    hey bob,
    i wanted to ask if there is any requirement for the job seekers in australia
    like in restaurents or hotels or supermarket….
    i am 26 years old and loved to work for the society too
    for the bright future and gain something in life
    this is th reason i wanted to go australia

  • tarun July 30, 2016, 3:48 pm |

    Hi, i am Tarun kaila, i want to pr in Australia. i have 5 year experience in management and accounting. so how can i go to Australia.

  • Narender kumar July 27, 2016, 11:33 am |

    I am Eto on ship.my exp 6 year any job for me in Australia

  • Mamashekh Arkan July 12, 2016, 2:13 am |

    i dont neither know any one to be sponsored nor got any work in Australia.
    so is there any way to go to Australia and live there ??
    thanks in advance for the help

  • martin s. kollie July 9, 2016, 11:23 pm |


    I desire traveling to Australia but I don’t have family, relatives or friends there therefore how can my desire be accomplished?
    I am a Liberian, I am 33 years and a graduate of the Booker Washington Institute in Architecture Engineering with about seven years work experience in construction supervision and management.

    I will highly appreciate your prompt response.

    Best regards,
    Martin S. Kollie

  • WETTE TANKAM DESIRE June 28, 2016, 11:39 pm |

    Hi there i am excited writing on this post i am 23 years old and a Cameroonian i wish to move to Australia in order to start my life and career I’m a holder of a bachelor of technology in banking and finance and i wish to live my dreams in Australia so please i really wish to know what can really make me eligible to be a part of great Australia. It has been my dream to be in Australia since i was a kid please to the government of Australia grant me the opportunity to be a part of your great nation.Thanks

  • Bach June 14, 2016, 11:45 pm |

    Hi, I’ve been studying in Australia since 2007. I studied high school in a regional area in Victoria from 2007-2012. I then started studying medicine at The University of New South Wales from 2014 till date and will be graduating in 2019 and I am planning to apply for a work in a rural hospital. Is there a chance I could get PR? Thanks in advance.

  • Sanjay June 5, 2016, 6:46 pm |

    Hi I’m a British passport holder , I’m 36 and I dont have degree, I’m a self employed , I worked for construction in railway , is there any chance to aus ? Or how to become one faster?

  • Shrimali Rajat June 1, 2016, 1:19 pm |

    My Self Shrimali Rajat I have completed Diploma Mechanical & MY Uncle Having PR In Aus. He want to sponsor me… so pls tell me Processor Step to Step…

  • Erika Bengtsson May 26, 2016, 9:58 pm |

    Will Australia send my boyfriend home if we are not married, and I get a job and he doesn’t?
    I have a bachelors degree in photography.

    • BobinOz May 31, 2016, 6:17 pm |

      That would depend on the status of your boyfriend, please Google “Fact Sheet 35 – Australian immigration de facto rules” for more information.

      • Jamshid Safari October 22, 2016, 3:24 am |

        Hi dear respected sir
        I’m jamshid safari from Afghanistan,
        I’m 29 years old.
        It is more then 8 years I have been working as contractor (professional security guard and interpreter ) with Australian in Afghanistan.
        Still I’m working in Australian embassy. Kabul. Afghanistan.
        So as you know Afghanistan is not safe for living. No security no peace no education here and by passing of the days I’m not felling safe here because I’m working with foreigners and Talibans are fighting against deplomats and foreigners, I can’t go to the provinces of Afghanistan I’m only stay in Kabul.
        About three years ago I have got married and have a child so I’m worry about myself and my family future.
        No peace no good education for my child and for us. The salary I get is not enough for me and my ked and my wife.

        So I want to know please answer me: can i go to Australia to settle there. I mean is Australian gov give me a peremanent visa? So I have good and success future with my family in Australia.

        Full regards

        • BobinOz October 23, 2016, 8:59 pm |

          I do feel for you, I really do. It must be awful for you and your family to live this way every day. I can’t help you though, I’m simply not able to do anything at all. I think you need to look into humanitarian visas, and maybe iarc.asn.au or refworld.org might be able to help you with that. Good luck, Bob

  • Vipin Yadav May 23, 2016, 10:51 pm |


    I would like to know that If I am working on a work visa in Australia and at the same time I have also applied for PR for Australia (PR filed by me and not company). Will having a Job already in Australia will expedite my PR process, if yes, can you confirm how it will help me.


    • BobinOz May 24, 2016, 3:45 pm |

      Vipin, and all other recent commenters, may I remind you that you are asking questions that only a MARA migration agent is able to answer, please read my important notices above. Thanks, Bob

  • Paramaswary May 22, 2016, 5:52 pm |

    Im Aswary lady and i hold a B.Sc hons in Computer Science & information technology from a local university and professional certified in SAP FI, i also have experiance in IT and Admin field more than 15 years. would like to move to Australia in search for jobs and get PR there. How do i go about it. Please contact me at 0163532083

  • Yusuf May 17, 2016, 4:50 am |

    Have require any IELTS score about Employer Sponsored Workers?

  • florida April 25, 2016, 6:49 pm |

    Am a Kenyan lady and i hold a diploma in information technology from a local university and currently taking CCNA classes, would like to move to Australia in search for greener pastures. How do i go about it.

  • James April 25, 2016, 4:07 pm |

    Hello Bob,
    I have been looking though tons and tons of webpages and such. I met my partner via online, went to Australia on a holiday visa, now we’re looking into something to get me over there and to be able to work.

    I’m 29 years old 30 in July, from the United States. I work as a certified nursing assistant also have my medication tech license, which allows me to administer medication in a longterm care setting under the supervision of a nurse. Are either of these license considered “skilled” for a working holiday visa? I have searched and searched and cannot find anything.

    Thanks heaps,

    Please advise,


    • BobinOz April 26, 2016, 4:22 pm |

      Ah, I couldn’t tell you that, you should really speak to a MARA registered migration agent to see if the skill you have is a skill that might be in demand here. You also need to find out if your skill is recognised here in Australia, see my page about Nurses, doctors and dentists in Australia. for more information.

      By the way, you don’t particularly need a skill to be accepted for the work and holiday visa when visiting from the USA, but I assume you mean what chance would you have of finding a permanent sponsorship when you get here. My best advice is to talk over your situation with a MARA registered migration agent to find out exactly how best to go about this. Good luck, Bob

  • shyam sunder April 21, 2016, 4:16 am |

    dear sir,
    my name is shyam verma and i’m indian, i’m mechanical design engineer and working in automobile manufacturing industry in india and i have 2 year of experience.i want to work as an mechanical engg. in australia,sir i want to know how to start my first step to get the job in australia. plzz tell me. for this i will be greatful to you.

  • nik April 7, 2016, 12:52 am |

    hello I am from Macedonia and I need a little advice Two days ago I was denied an Australian Tourist Visa problem was that I was a driver and would never come back to Macedonia in Macedonia have a wife and small child year after the amount of time to apply again and to makeon how long to apply again and what should I do trip was sponsored by my uncle THANKS

  • Shakeel Ahmad April 6, 2016, 10:16 pm |

    Dear Sir/Miss,

    i want job in Australia my almost experience is 10 years i’m Pakistani but working is Saudi Arabia in department of HR & Personal please help me because i’m full hard worker!

  • Nathan April 4, 2016, 3:47 am |

    I am going to finish my apprenticeship as a hgv mechanic and wish to move to Australia next year how hard will it be to find a job in Australia

  • kem April 3, 2016, 9:14 pm |

    Hi I need some advice. Am 36 a Canadian citizen and currently engaged to a cameroonian but we don’t live together . We both decided to move to australia but I have no idea where to start. I was thinking of applying for visa 189 or 190 but I got scared when I read it have to do EOI , how do I prove my relationship, I have a bachelor’s degree in psychology and I can work as a special education teacher. Don’t know how to get proof of my relationship and not sure what documents to fill out. I have a 14 year old son as well. Thank you

  • Minkie Mrtin April 1, 2016, 4:09 pm |

    Thanks For sharing this valuable information about australian visas with us! What are the requirments about australia working visa?

  • Dingo March 30, 2016, 12:37 pm |

    Hi bob
    Is there any different in residential requirement for pr visa to convert to citizenship?
    As I have heard that the residential reauirement is 2 years instead of 3 years out of 4 if you apply and stay in Tas.
    Thank you for your attention

  • Sarah March 28, 2016, 10:38 pm |

    Hi, me and my husband are both 40. We don’t have any skills or trades as such. I’m a civil servant my husband is a warehouse manager. We own our own home (have £100 equity) how do we go about emigrating to Oz? He has a cousin living there but really not sure how we go about it. The kids are happy to come

  • Emilia March 25, 2016, 6:10 pm |

    Hi Bob,
    I’m an aussie living in Japan, married to a Japanese.
    My partner and I are thinking about living in Australia, at least for a while. We are not sure whether to move permanently, and are thinking which visa might work the best if we just want to explore the possibility…say for an year or so.
    My questions is, is it possible for my partner to apply for WHV while married to me, an Australian citizen (having all other requirements for WHV met for my partner, no kids)?
    Also, if we decide we want to live in Australia permanently after the first year, would applying for a spouse visa be a problem in anyway?
    Thanks heaps for your help. You’ve got such a helpful website for so many 🙂


    • BobinOz March 28, 2016, 10:16 pm |

      I wish I could help you, but I really do think that you should talk to a MARA registered migration agent about your plans, it’s the only safe way to know that you are doing the right thing.

      You don’t want to be doing something now that might come back and bite you later on. So I’d get professional assistance if I were you. Good luck, Bob

      • Emilia March 29, 2016, 11:15 pm |

        Dear Bob,

        Thank you for your advice! We’ll look into that. Cheers!

  • Vikas March 25, 2016, 4:45 pm |

    I m Vikas Gayakwad, age : 28 years
    Qualifications : Diploma Engineer in Information Technology,
    B.sc. in Information Technology
    I am from INDIA and i want to Work in australia so what will be the procedure for applying Visa?
    is it possible?

    Contact me on this mobile no. +91 98795 41287

    So, Please help me for this !!

  • EMAD AWNY SOSIAN March 25, 2016, 1:28 am |

    My qualifications is to work as a translator,.member in (NAATI) since 2012
    30 years old , single.
    only one , to my parents ,they are old age it will be better to be with me.
    if i have chance to work and live life time in Australia it will be better..
    year of graduation 2007 more qualifications and experience i have.
    i have private translation work , member also in EGYPTIAN TRANSLATORS ASSOCIATION (EGYTA) since 2009 # 10413
    now i am working in general persecution .

  • Gail Eborall March 24, 2016, 7:59 am |

    I am a pensioner of 66, I have cousins in Australia, would they be able to sponser me to go and live with them, I did have a lot of relatives living there but over the years most of them have passed away.

  • Beth March 24, 2016, 6:55 am |

    My husband is a graphic designer, but I am a secondary education teacher, so based on the SOL, I’m the only one who can get the Skilled Independent Visa. However, ideally, my husband would work and I would stay home with our boys. Do you know whether or not that’s OK to do once we got visas? I know that the 189 visa would allow my husband to work if he has a skills assessment, but what I’m wondering is if it would be allowed for me *not* to work once we obtained the visas/got to Australia and my husband found a job.
    Thanks in advance.

    • BobinOz March 24, 2016, 8:21 pm |

      It depends on the type of visa you qualify for. I can’t advise you on this, only MARA migration agents can do that, but I think it’s worth you talking to an agent as I believe they would be able to point you in the right direction.

      If you were to go through my Visa Assessment Service my agent would definitely tell you the answer and also if it is a possibility for you to apply.

      Good luck, Bob

  • Bob March 11, 2016, 8:38 am |

    Hlo sir
    I’m just arrived in melbourne on 573 visa in last month and yet i haven’t started doing any job . so in clear words apart from cash money from my country (1000$) i have . My question is
    some of my friends are living in uk and there are some holidays in my college in this month from 25th march to 12 april so in these holidays i want to visit uk but i don’t have vages slips to show the embassy but my friend who’s the citizen of uk and have british passport will show his bank statement and vages slips and as accommodation they will give their house address where I’m going to live
    so pls tell me
    in this short period can i get the tourist visa or visit visa to uk from australia. my Nationality is indian . If yes
    anyone pls reply
    or mail me at with information at jssmlbn@gmail.com

  • james March 10, 2016, 6:41 pm |

    What are Basic requirements for Business or Investor Visa ?

    Minimum Asset or net worth or investment requirement ? It is one time investment or have to invest continuously.

    • BobinOz March 11, 2016, 4:45 pm |

      That’s really a question for a MARA migration agent or, if you watch the video on my page about Visas it will show you how you can find out more information about specific visa types from the Australian Government.

      • Simran March 15, 2016, 7:24 pm |

        Hello Sir ,
        I m 26 year old I m also wanna get visa of Australia, I have done gratuiton ,I wanna do the job There so plzz Give me some easy way to get Visa

  • maroine March 5, 2016, 9:04 am |

    i like the Australian english slang 🙂

  • Charles hulse March 3, 2016, 6:58 am |

    I’m a director of a security and electrical company
    My Mrs is a qualified accountant
    We want out the uk
    I’m qualified electrican and security fire installer
    I have two kids boy and girl
    We have family already in aus
    Looking for a new adventure

    • BobinOz March 3, 2016, 8:58 pm |

      Australia would certainly give you that, a new adventure. If you want to take it further, check out my page about Visas.

  • James Wakson February 25, 2016, 9:58 pm |

    Im 46 and an AutoCad Technian working within the Petro Chemical industry. Do Australian Oil companies require experienced AutoCad Techs?

  • balraj singh February 21, 2016, 1:26 am |


    i am 28 from india, a HR professional with more than 3 years of exp. interested to work in Australia. ready for all type of work.

    kindly guide me about settling in Australia.

    u can reach me @ hr.balraj@gmail.com. mob-91+ 7404562202

  • Vaki Ali sayyed February 20, 2016, 2:38 am |

    i m frm INDIA and want Work visa AsAp

    how is it poss.

    kindly Contect me@ +91;)96949-53587

    this my mobile no.

    plz help me out to move Oz for EARN money coz i want fulfil my Family’ s Dreams n Desires well!!

  • EMAD AWNY SOSIAN KHALILA February 17, 2016, 6:26 pm |

    I am member in NAATI since 2012 # 74485 (professional translator) in Egypt.
    also member in Egyptian Translators Association since 2009 # 10413 in Egypt.
    30 years old , father &mother must be with me, they are more than sixty years old , i am lonely son .
    current job : researcher in the general prosecution since 2009.
    what about my chance to live and work in Australia?

  • prem gupta February 13, 2016, 9:20 pm |

    Retired. 61 yrs with spouse.

  • Rakesh February 4, 2016, 11:27 pm |

    My uncle is a PR holder in Australia but he does not have enough funds to sponsor us. What are the other ways we can migrate to Australia? We are aged 24,28 and 55

  • mono joel January 29, 2016, 7:09 pm |

    How can I get MARA agent. Aim in Uganda.+256702512264is my phone number.

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