Do you know that skilled Skilled Migration to Australia is a hit concept? Yes!!!, as per the available information, a large number of trained workers from across the globe have taken advantage of the fact that Australia requires a large number of them! And, using their skills, education and experience many such workers have successfully applied for the skilled visa, and entered the country to become its permanent resident and citizen thereafter.
Since too long, Australia has been facing the skill shortage even as the situation prevails even today. Thus, the country has opened its doors wide open for a large number of such workers who enter the country and support its economy.
Down Under is proud of its amazing work environment, salary, lifestyle and other amenities offered to the immigrants without any discrimination. Often qualified migrants have also given preference to Australia over other highly well developed countries, like the US and the UK.
Lately, the incumbent Malcolm Government has taken some tough decisions and restricted the movement of skilled workers. Temporary Work Visa for the skilled workers Subclass 457 has been completely abolished. The announcement had broken the moral of many skilled workers.
The changes did not end here, the country’s Skilled Occupation List (SOL) has also been shortened which means a large number of trained employees will have to re-plan their movement as their occupation is no longer listed on the national and state lists.
Skilled workers felt the relief when the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) released the Central Skilled Occupation Lists, such as Short-term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL), and the Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL) and also some state occupation lists, such as the South Australia State Nomination Occupation List (SNOL), and the Western Australia Skilled Migration Occupation List (WASMOL).