30 Jun 2016

Tips For Moving To Perth Australia

Whether you’ve decided to move to Perth on a corporate visa or you’ve just decided the laid back lifestyle is for you, you’ll need to consider a few ways to make the move to Australia all that bit smoother.

Living in Australia has many perks, from the fantastic weather, to the proximity to Asia, as well as the fantastic job opportunities in Perth there’s never been a better time to make the move. So here are a few tips for moving to Perth to make the transition easier for you.

Use A Perth Migration Agent

Using a local Perth Migration Agent will ensure you get your visa application right the first time around, rather than wasting money if you make a mistake, as the visa application process for Australia can be a lengthy and time consuming business. So using a migration agent whether you want a corporate visa, sponsorship visa or partner visa will make obtaining your visa quicker and easier should you be a desirable candidate for Australia.

Check The Skills Occupation List

Before applying for your visa for Australia, it may be an idea to check the Skills Occupation List to see if there are jobs available for your skill set. Depending on your qualifications and skills you could earn more points to count towards your visa.

Shipping Your Belongings

When planning your move to Australia it’s important to think about what you’ll want to take with you, as many properties you rent may not be furnished, so you may want to save yourself some money by organising shipping to Australia beforehand with a reputable shipping company who regularly ship to Australia.

Do Your Research

Perth may be the world’s most isolated city, but it doesn’t mean it’s not diverse, so make sure you research the best suburbs in Perth to live in before making the move.



Sheila Woods

Posted by: Sheila Woods

A very experienced migration agent, Sheila has always been fascinated by this field. Her university degree thesis was on Australia’s post-war immigration history (and it earned her first-class honours).

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