Emigrate to Australia permanently

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Take a moment to look at your options

While skilled migration is the most common pathway for emigration to Australia, there are excellent alternatives. Investor visas are the fastest-growing visa class and are certainly worth a closer look.

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When emigrating it is important to consider both the state’s emigration policy where you wish to live and the Commonwealth Government’s. 

Emigration to Australia is fun

With the right help and guidance emigration is something the whole family can look forward to. While it is natural to have some initial questions and concerns they are quickly replaced with all the positive emotions associated with the realisation that you are actually going to live your dream life in Australia. 

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Australia Investor visa

Investors & Entrepreneurs from $1m

Emigration by investment to Australia is now the fastest growing area of Australian immigration law, as people realise emigration by investment is not just a desirable way to secure Permanent residency but a vital part of many effective Australian immigration cases.
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Australia Retirement visa

The Perfect Retirement

Australia has the perfect climate, a world-beating standard of living and fantastic places to retire. Unfortunately, only those able to invest in Australia will be able to retire there. Please find out more on our page regarding investing to retire in Australia.
Australian Parent visa

Joining your Children

A few different Parent Visas are available for those with grown-up children who currently hold Permanent Residency in Australia. Our page dedicated to Australian Parent Visas offers a detailed insight into the qualification process and expected costs.
Australian Partner Visas

Taking your loved one home

It is often difficult to understand why Australia make it so difficult to bring your partner back home. That said, with a well-presented case, it is easier than it first appears.
Skilled worker visas

Skilled Workers

There are four key routes for skilled migrants to enter Australia. Demand for skilled workers is currently high among employers. The 189 Skilled visa is the preferred option, for those who are eligible. We hope you find our guides to skilled worker visas helpful.

Emigrating to Australia: A Land of Opportunity

Australia is a welcoming and diverse land of opportunity that offers a high standard of living, exceptional job prospects, and a friendly and inclusive culture. If you’re considering emigrating to Australia, here are some of the top benefits to keep in mind.

Comfortable Standard of Living

Australia consistently ranks high on the United Nations Human Development Index, thanks to its excellent healthcare system, high-quality education, and low crime rates. With plenty of opportunities for personal and professional growth, Australia is an attractive destination for those looking to enjoy a comfortable lifestyle.

Excellent Career Opportunities

Boasting a robust economy and low unemployment rates, Australia provides ample job opportunities for skilled workers. Key industries such as healthcare, engineering, and IT are experiencing a high demand for workers, and even entry-level positions offer a decent wage. Australia also has one of the highest minimum wages in the world.

Welcoming Culture

Australia has a warm and welcoming culture, and its citizens are known for their laid-back and relaxed attitudes. As a multicultural society, Australia welcomes people from all over the world, which can make it easier for immigrants to adjust to life in a new country.

Natural Wonders

Australia is renowned for its beautiful natural environment, with stunning beaches, rugged mountains, and pristine forests. With unique plant and animal species found only in Australia, nature lovers can explore the great outdoors to their heart’s content.

World-Class Education

Australia has a top-notch education system, with many universities ranking among the best in the world. International students seeking higher education will find a wide range of courses, vocational training, and apprenticeship programs that can prepare them for their chosen careers.

Safe and Secure

Australia has a stable political environment, with a well-established democratic system and a strong rule of law. This ensures that the rights and freedoms of citizens are protected, providing a sense of security and peace of mind for those living in the country.

Diverse Community

Australia is proud of its multicultural diversity, welcoming people from all walks of life. Immigrants will find a rich tapestry of cultures and traditions that make up the Australian community, providing a sense of belonging and community, even if they are far from their home country.

Great Work-Life Balance

Australians value leisure time, and many companies offer flexible work arrangements that enable employees to balance work and personal responsibilities. With a relaxed and laid-back attitude, Australians enjoy a great work-life balance, reducing stress, and improving overall well-being.

Strong Healthcare System

Australia has a well-funded healthcare system, providing high-quality care to all citizens and residents. With a mix of public and private healthcare providers, Australia’s healthcare system ensures that everyone has access to quality medical care.

Emigrating to Australia can be a positive and life-changing experience, and with the right information and preparation, you can enjoy a comfortable lifestyle, great job prospects, and a welcoming community in this beautiful and diverse country.

Frequently asked questions answered

Over the past 25 years, we have fielded questions. Many are unique to the client and their circumstance. However, there are questions we regularly hear which also appear under Google’s “people often ask” section.

As some of the answers shown on Google are outdated, we are happy to answer those questions here with more up-to-date answers. We shall add new questions and answers as they arise.

How much money do I need to emigrate to Australia?

Investor visas require at least A$1m, while investing for retirement requires A$5m, and parents need over A$100,000 each. Skilled migrants should bring at least A$40,000.

Australia wants to see that all migrants have enough funds to support themselves and their families without requiring support from the public purse.

What are the requirements to emigrate to Australia?

Australia wants to see that each migrant will be conducive to the public good and will not be a burden to the public purse. You will also need to demonstrate you will be a benefit to the economy unless you have an Australian family.

Some visa streams set a points test. However, this is not the case for High Net-worth investors or family members.

What is the age limit for emigrating to Austalia?

For Investors of A$5m, there is NO upper age limit. However, for skilled migrants, the maximum age is 45 years. The Australian Tax Office wants to benefit economically from every new arrival.

Can I move to Australia without a job?

You may move to Australia without a job if you are an investor, entrepreneur, skilled worker or family member. In fact, to avoid online scams, it is advised NOT to accept a job until you have arrived.

Can I move to Australia if I'm over 50?

Your options are limited to being a family member, investor or person with significant global talent. Australia calculated that older migrants are at a greater risk of becoming a burden on the public purse, with limited tax contributions.

Is emigrating to Australia a good idea?

Boasting one of the world's highest standards of living, a booming economy, a safe environment and an excellent educational system. Australia is the preferred choice for those lucky enough to be eligible to emigrate there.

Is Australia looking for Immigrants?

Each July Australia sets migrant quotas they will accept during the following fiscal year. The quota is divided between skilled workers, investors and family members. Post-COVID Australia wants Investors and Skilled Workers.

Can I retire to Australia?

In recent years the only way to retire in Australia is by investing $5m for 4-years in a compliant investment framework. Alternatively, you will need to have children living in Australia who can sponsor you. Australia prefers migrants who will pay taxes for years to come.

Does Australia have free health care?

Medicare requires a person to be a permanent resident or a UK Citizen before they can access free health care. The reciprocal agreement with the UK means the NHS will cover a British person's medical bills until they emigrate permanently.

Can British Citizens move to Australia?

The Australia and UK Trade Agreement signed in 2022 made it easier for young British workers to emigrate. Australia hopes to benefit from British skilled workers under 35 years old. With a higher standard of living than the UK.  Australia is expecting a large number of Brits to arrive.

Can you move to Australia after 45?

Opportunities to emigrate are limited after 45 years. Some highly skilled workers may qualify. However, the most popular choice is as an investor. Alternately, members of Australian families may also be eligible. 

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Moving to Australia

We provide a complete tailored emigration by investment solution. Our qualified experts assist with your emigration case and sourcing the Compliant Investment Framework most suited to your emigration requirements. Through our extensive network across Australia, we provide a range of relocation services depending on our client’s requirements, including:

  • Businesses & investments opportunities
  • Banking facilities<
  • foreign exchange
  • shipping
  • Local real estate agents
  • Relocation support services
  • Pets transportation

We would be delighted to assist with your plans and welcome you to our great country.

Flexibility & Control

Each year, the Australian federal and state governments review the 188 visa programme to ensure it delivers the best possible outcomes for Australia. Where deemed necessary changes are introduced without advanced notice. State governments open and close the investor visa stream within their respective jurisdictions as deem necessary to meet the local economic objectives.

That said, once an investor secures an invitation to emigrate (State Nomination), any future changes to the emigration policy will not affect their case.