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Permanent Immigration

Australian permanent residents are residents of Australia who hold permanent residency visas but are not citizens of the Commonwealth of Australia. Holder of permanent residency visas may remain in Australia indefinitely. A 5-year initial visa, which corresponds to the underlying migration scheme, is granted alongside the permanent residency.

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Temporary Immigration

A Temporary Protection Visa (TPV) is an Australian visa document initially introduced by the Howard Government on 20 October 1999, which was issued to persons who had been recognised as refugees fleeing persecution. The scheme was controversial, with the government claiming it was a necessary response to the misuse of the asylum process.

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Immigration Info

Since 1945, more than 7 million people have come to Australia as new settlers. The trigger for a large-scale migration program was the end of World War II. Agreements were reached with Britain, some European countries and with the International Refugee Organization to encourage migration, including people displaced by the war in Europe.

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How do you Qualify?

How do you qualify for Immigration?

The Skilled Stream of Australia's Migration Program is specifically designed to target the migrants who have skills or outstanding abilities.

How do you qualify for Student Visa?

You must meet all of the following requirements to be eligible for streamlined student visa processing : If you are eligible for streamlined student visa

How do you qualify?

The Skilled Stream of Australia's Migration Program is specifically designed to target the migrants who have skills or outstanding abilities that will contribute to the Australian economy.