How To Immigrate To Australia As Skilled Worker

Australia is highly popular destination among aspiring immigrants primarily because the country offers a lot of opportunities for skilled workers. In the year 2015-2016 the country had over 128,500 places up for grabs under the General Skilled Migration (Skill select) program. Under the Skill Select program skilled workers have the opportunity to gain a permanent residency visa, primarily using their qualifications, language proficiency and work experience in order to meet the Australian Immigration requirements.

Australia requires so many skilled workers due to these specific requirements:

  • Skilled workers who can directly contribute to the economic conditions and fill in the void in the labour market due to insufficient labour availability in the Australian market.
  • Skilled workers are also in high demand due to very high value occupations, which require highly skilled workers who are not available in Australia.
  • The job requirement is very specific and primarily demand driven rather than supply driven.
  • The skilled worker requirement is complimentary to the Australian training and employment programs.

So the question that plays in the mind of many aspiring immigrants is how do immigrate to Australia as a skilled worker?

Australia’s skilled visa has two options:

  1. Employers Sponsored Visas
    Refers to the Visa where an individual has an Employer who has a temporary or permanent job for you and is willing to sponsor you for the same.
  • Temporary Employer Sponsored
  • Permanent Employer Sponsored
  • Permanent Employer Sponsored (Region Specific)
  1. Points Tested Visas
    In points tested visas an individual has to demonstrate that you have the knowledge, skill set, proficiency of language required for performing a certain job. Therefore you need to clear the points test, a skills assessment and meet up the other basic requirements like proficiency in English language.
  • Temporary state/territory or family sponsored (region specific)
  • Permanent skilled – independent
  • Permanent skilled – state/territory or family sponsored
  • Permanent skilled – state /territory or family sponsored (region specific)

The requirement for skilled migration to Australia is dynamic and varies based in the economy and job market.

ISA Global has been helping aspiring Immigrants to settle and work in Australia for many years now. ISA Global make the basic assessment with individuals based on their skills and knowledge to guide them with regards to which visa option to apply for. ISA Global provides end-to-end services right form assessment to submitting applications for visa. Also helps individuals with preparation for IELTS exams, which is the basic requirement for applying for Skilled Visa in Australia.

 Immigrate To Australia As Skilled Worker 


  1. kader

    February 27, 2017 at 1:40 pm

    I am 10 years experienced in the field of Unix system administration (including Linux system administration) and i have B.E (electronics and communication engineering),and my age is 33 years. could you please let me know what type of VISA i need to apply for and possibility of getting a PR for Australia. I wanted to immigrate to Australia


  2. Virender Pal Bhasin

    March 2, 2017 at 1:03 pm

    Kindly call back. Looking for skilled worker visa in Australia.


  3. Rajan kasturia

    March 3, 2017 at 4:43 am

    How much time the family migration is and what are your charges.


  4. sumit sharma

    March 3, 2017 at 6:34 pm

    need more info around the immigration stuff


  5. Swapnil

    March 4, 2017 at 9:37 am

    I have 1 year experience in MNC n now I am looking for job in AUS
    If any possibility plz inform me



    March 4, 2017 at 12:44 pm

    Looking for the permanent immigration under the skilled labor scheme in Australia or Canada.
    Please share the information.

    Sanjay Malhotra


  7. department of education

    April 3, 2017 at 12:04 am

    What’s up i am kavin, its my first time to commenting anyplace,
    when i read this article i thought i could also
    create comment due to this brilliant article.


  8. murthuja

    July 22, 2017 at 4:38 pm


    send me the details for Australia visa process and fee structure .



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