Australian Occupations Lists
Are you a skilled Agricultural Technician, or a trained Aircraft Maintenance Engineer, or for that matter, a skilled Civil Engineer, and keen to migrate to Australia, riding high on your skills?
If yes, you will be perhaps surprised to know that presently the qualified professionals like you are wanted in the Kangaroo Land. You can check the Australian Occupations Lists for the period 2017-2018.
Apart from the three vocations mentioned above, there are 100s of occupations given on the lists in question enabling the in-demand professionals associated to apply for a visa for Australia immigration.
At present, there are basically two main professions lists published by the Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP), namely, the Medium and Long-Term Strategic Skills List (MTSSL), and the Short-Term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL).
Every of these lists contain the vocations suitable for the visas which are legally valid for a chain of different time-periods, beginning from two years to the cherished Permanent Residence Visas (PRVs).
Important: While the MLTSSL lists jobs make the grade for a PRV, the STSOL lists the professions that meet the standards for a short-term visa, from two to four years.
Significantly, the administration has taken away as many as 200 vocations from the present Short-term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL), from April 19, 2017 onwards. In addition, roughly 16 vocations on the MLTSSL were confined to only apply to these specific visa schemes, namely, the Skilled – Independent (subclass 189), Temporary Graduate (subclass 485), and Skilled-Regional(Provisional) (subclass 489), in case the candidate does not have a nomination from an Australian State or Territory government organization.