How to migrate to Australia from Malaysia?

How to migrate to Australia from Malaysia?

Are you considering migrating to Australia from Malaysia?

Want to migrate to Australia from Malaysia? The process can be overwhelming and confusing, but with the right guidance, it can be a smooth and successful transition.

In this comprehensive guide, we will provide you with all the information you need to migrate to Australia from Malaysia.

Mangalath Immigration


Research and Plan Ahead

Before embarking on your migration journey, it is important to research and plan ahead. You need to familiarize yourself with the different types of visas available for migration to Australia, their requirements, and eligibility criteria. The most common visas are the Skilled Independent Visa (subclass 189), Skilled Nominated Visa (subclass 190), and Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) Visa (subclass 491).

You should also consider your financial situation, your education and work experience, and your reasons for migrating to Australia. This will help you determine the best visa option for you and your family. Planning ahead will also help you avoid any unforeseen challenges and ensure a smooth migration process.

Meet the Eligibility Criteria

Once you have decided on the visa type, it is important to ensure that you meet the eligibility criteria. The eligibility criteria vary depending on the visa type, but generally, you must meet the following requirements:

  • Age: You must be under 45 years of age to be eligible for most skilled visas.
  • Language Proficiency: You must demonstrate proficiency in English by taking a language test such as IELTS, PTE, or TOEFL.
  • Skills Assessment: You must have your skills assessed by the relevant assessing authority to ensure that your skills are suitable for the nominated occupation.
  • Points Test: You must score a minimum number of points on the points test to be eligible for the visa. The points test takes into account factors such as age, language proficiency, education, work experience, and other factors.

Gather the Required Documents

To apply for a visa, you must provide the required documents to support your application. The required documents vary depending on the visa type, but generally, you must provide the following:

  1. Passport: You must provide a copy of your passport biodata page.
  2. English Language Test Results: You must provide your English language test results.
  3. Skills Assessment: You must provide your skills assessment report from the relevant assessing authority.
  4. Work Experience: You must provide evidence of your work experience, such as employment contracts, pay slips, and tax documents.
  5. Education Qualifications: You must provide evidence of your education qualifications, such as transcripts and certificates.
  6. Health and Character Checks: You must undergo health and character checks to ensure that you meet the health and character requirements.

How Do I Apply?

You should carefully prepare and submit your application for a family and relative visa. Contact Mr. Murali Mangalath, Managing Director of Mangalath Immigration. He provides Immigration advice and assistance to you. An efficient team at Mangalath Immigration Pty Ltd, who have extensive experience in applying for this class of visa for the past decade, will handle the process. Please visit our Testimonial page on this website, Facebook page and Google Review to find testimonies provided by our clients.

We will help make sure that a complete application is ready and that you receive your visa as quickly as possible. So why wait contact us today to get a head start.

Lodge Your Application

Once you have gathered all the required documents, you can lodge your visa application. You can lodge your application online through the Department of Home Affairs’ website. Yes, we will help you with the whole process.

Wait for a Decision

After you have lodged your application, you will need to wait for a decision. The processing time for visa applications varies depending on the visa type and the volume of applications received. You can check the current processing times on the Department of Home Affairs’ website.

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