5 Things you need to know before coming to Australia

  1. Get a Visa

First thing you need to do is get an Australian visa. If you meet the country’s visa requirements you shouldn’t have problems, but you will need professional advice as it is a legal process requiring Vision consultants Australia will help you to do loads of paperwork and understanding.

Australia’s skilled occupations list shows which workers are most in demand. If your occupation is on the list you can make an expression of interest after which the Australian government (or a specific state or territory) may allow you to move permanently.

One of the most common ways to move to Australia is the temporary skilled visa (457 visa), which allows companies to sponsor employees from abroad for up to four years if their skills are in demand. A list of the jobs eligible for a 457 visa can be found on the consolidated skilled occupation lists.

If moving to Australia is a long-term goal start planning for it before finishing your education keeping in mind that your qualification should be sought after in the Australian job market and your degree must be of an internationally recognized quality.

Students also have the option to choose to spend two years at an Australian university and thereby become eligible for a temporary graduate visa that allows graduates to live and work in Australia for 18 months after graduating.

  1. Forget everything about English you’ve learned in school

The English language is the language which is used most widely in the world.  Learning British English or Australian English could well depend on where you live or where you would like to go and work.

There are many similarities but here are some differences between British English versus Australian English:

Different words with the same meaning

British English                    Australian English

Accident                            Prang

Cheap wine                       Plonk

Excellent                           Ace

How are you?                    How are you going?

English person                   Pom or Pommie

New Zealander                  Kiwi

Postman                            Postie

Vegetables                        Vegies

Lady                                  Sheila

Pronunciation

Both Australian English and British English follow Received Pronunciation.  Oxford University recognizes this as the most common form of pronunciation. The British English accent uses both vowel and consonant phonics whereas Australian English is predominantly vowel based phonics.

  1. Find a job in Australia

Having your resume, Before you apply for a job in Australia will help you find a job much faster, as there are certain things Australian will employers look for in a resume.

For example, Australian employers would rather you emphasize the experience you have for the type of work you want to do, rather than your most recent experience. Vision consultants Australia will be able to give you some pointers here, it’s a good idea to take our advice and be prepared.

  1. Start saving your Money 

Australia is very expensive and you will need money to keep you going until you find a job and accommodation to live. One of the Australian visa requirements is being able to prove that you have enough capital available to support yourself and your family should they be accompanying you. This is usually done by presenting a bank statement with a clear indication of your funds – your immigration consultant will be able to advice you on this. Generally, AUD 5,000 to AUD 6,000 is the least amount of money you should have when entering Australia.

  1. Book Your Accommodation

At least a few nights’ accommodation booked before you arrive in Australia. The last thing you want to do is to look for a place to stay while your jet-lagged and carrying all your luggage.

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