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Australia is the only country that is also a continent. In area, it ranks as the sixth largest country and the smallest continent. Australia is often referred to as being "down under" because it lies entirely within the Southern Hemisphere. The name Australia comes from the Latin word Australis, meaning southern. The country's official name is the Commonwealth of Australia.


Australia's two largest cities - Sydney and Melbourne - lie in the South Eastern coastal region. Canberra, the national capital, lies only a short distance inland. The huge interior of Australia is mostly desert or dry grassland and has few settlements. Australia is famous for its vast open spaces, bright sunshine, enormous numbers of sheep and cattle and unusual wildlife.


The country was once a British colony and most of the Australian people are of British ancestry. When people moved to Australia from Great Britain, they carried with them many British customs. For example, Australians drive on the left side of the road, tea is a popular hot drink in Australia, as it is in Britain and English is the official language. However, since Australia has a warm, sunny climate the people of Australia have developed a way of life of their own. Australians love outdoor sports and outdoor living.

Australia is one of the world's leading industrialized countries. It has busy cities, modern factories and highly productive farms and mines. Australia is the leading producer and exporter of wool and bauxite. It also produces and exports other minerals and farm goods. Great Britain was Australia's most important trading partner. Today, Australia trades more with Japan and the United States. The first Australians were dark-skinned people known as Aborigines. The Aborigines had lived in Australia for at least 40,000 years before the first white settlers arrived in the country.


Population and Ancestory

Australia has a population of about 22 million. Approximately 80 per cent of the people live in the South-Eastern quarter of the country, especially in large cities along the coast. Most of the rest live along the northeast and the extreme southwest coasts.

Most Australians are European immigrants or descendants of European immigrants. Aborigines & Torres Strait Islanders make up about 2.5 per cent of the population. Traditionally, Australia has relied heavily on immigrants to build up its labour force. Millions of immigrants have been attracted to Australia to partake of the vast opportunities it offers to old and young alike.

Australia has admitted about 4 % million immigrants. Since the 1970s, the number of immigrants from New Zealand and Southeast Asia has increased rapidly. Australia has a large foreign-born population because of the high rate of immigration since World War II. About 25 per cent of all Australians were born abroad.


It is now mandatory to undertake a Formal Assessment of your skills by the relevant Assessing Authority in Australia, prior to lodging an application for migration, with the Immigration Department.

To ensure your chances of qualifying, we undertake a Preliminary Assessment of your skills, experience etc., and advise you accordingly.

Having compiled the necessary application form and examined in detail every aspect, we ensure that all necessary information to support your application is provided to the Authorities. An effective submission addressed to the concerned Assessment/Visa Officer, highlighting various issues at hand thereby enabling the maximum number of points to be allocated for a particular factor, is attached.

In addition we provide active and ongoing monitoring of the filed application, keeping the applicant advised of the current status. We also counsel the applicant in preparing for an English Language test, personal or Trade interview, guidance for medicals and other formalities until the visa is granted.


Our area of expertise covers the following categories:

1. Skilled Independent

3. Family Sponsorship

5. State/Territory Sponsorship

7. Spouse

2. Fiancée/Fiancé

4. Parent

6. Other Family

8. Tourist Visa


The Points Test:

Who can qualify is determined by a "Points Test", where points are awarded on various factors such as Employability and Level of Skill, Education, Years of Experience, Proficiency in English and Sponsorship (for those who are sponsored by close blood relatives). The points test is a scale which is used by the Visa Officer to determine whether an applicant qualifies for migration or not.

It is important to note that the 'points test' undergoes changes from time to time and one has to study well, one's chances of qualifying and should lodge an application when the situation is favourable. A formal Assessment is mandatory, prior to lodging an application.


Preliminary Assessment with relation to Points Test.

The process of a Preliminary Assessment requires a thorough understanding of laws and regulations which are regularly being revised and policies and procedures which are modified to meet the objectives of the current Government of the day.

To ensure that your application would likely succeed, we undertake a preliminary assessment of your Résumé, based on the current 'points test', considering each factor as mentioned above and will advise if you are to proceed with lodging an application.

If married, please photocopy the enclosed Assessment Questionnaire, fill in details of your spouse and return to us with applicable documents and assessment fee requested herein. The assessment fee includes an assessment for your spouse.

If the reader of the above text wishes to engage our services, we shall be most pleased to be of assistance, in handling your case for the entire process of migration, starting with a preliminary assessment, up to lodging an application, obtaining your visa, and ensuring you a BON VOYAGE.


List of Enclosures required for a Preliminary Assessment from Applicant/Spouse:

1. Assessment Questionnaire duly completed.

2. Photocopies of educational qualifications/employment certificates

3. Detailed job description of each employment.


To know more about the documents required and visa fee, contact us!



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