Tijoy K.Joseph,Metal Machinist from Ernakulam , receiving his Australian Provisional PR Visa (Subclass 489) on 9th December 2019 at Mangalath Immigration Office, Athani, Ernakulam , Kerala from our India Office Manager Mr.Gopinadhan Parakkal.
This is the right time to migrate as a Technical Professional to Australia like our client above who received his visa
Currently there is a high demand for skilled technical workers like Fitter, Turner, Welder, Motor Mechanic, Metal Machinist, Cook Chef ,Electrician, Civil Technician etc Propspective client would need:
Age: 26 to 38 years old.
English: Competent in each module;
Qualification: Technical Qualification either ITI or Diploma or Degree in the relevant field or closely related.
Minimum work Experience: 3-5 years
If you believe that you have all the above, then please do not hesitate to send your detailed CV to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
Please visit our website www.mangalathimmigration.com for more information and client testimonial. Please contact our India office Mr Gopinadhan for any further questions or queries.
Tijoy K.Joseph,Metal Machinist from Ernakulam receiving his Australian Provisional PR Visa (Subclass 489) on 9th December 2019
What is Australian Provisional PR Visa?
The Australian Provisional PR Visa, also known as the Subclass 491 visa, is a pathway for skilled individuals and their families to live and work in Australia temporarily with the prospect of obtaining permanent residency. This visa is typically granted to applicants who are nominated by a state or territory government or sponsored by an eligible family member residing in a designated regional area. It serves as a stepping stone towards permanent residency, as holders of this visa can live and work in regional Australia for up to five years. During this period, they have the opportunity to gain valuable work experience and establish themselves within the community. To be eligible for the Provisional PR Visa, applicants must meet specific skill and character requirements, as well as commit to residing in a regional area. This visa option not only contributes to addressing regional skill shortages but also offers a chance for individuals and families to experience the unique Australian way of life.