Best Australian Migration Agents in London, UK

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Best Australian Migration Agents

Australia offers as a popular destination with its breathtaking landscapes, excellent education, and lively cities. Australia provides a wide variety of culture and adventure, from the renowned Sydney Opera House to the Outback’s natural beauties. People who want to immigrate to Australia can get professional advice from best Australian migration agents in GIEC Global UK, best Australian Visa Consultants in London. GIEC Global UK is migration agent UK to Australia that helps people navigate the immigration process, from applying for visas to settling in Australia, with their in-depth knowledge and individualized approach.

Advantages of living in Australia

Australia has an outstanding educational system with top universities worldwide and offers wide range of courses to choose from.

Australia offers a wide range of employment opportunities

It promotes multiculturalism, providing new arrivals with a vibrant and welcoming environment.

A comfortable lifestyle, good healthcare system and social services is accessible here.

Australians place a high importance on a healthy lifestyle that promotes leisure time.

It provides a safe and secure environment to the citizens.

It is full of beautiful sceneries and diverse animal with busting cities and stunning coastline.

Pathways to Migrate to Australia

It’s important to remember that each visa track has unique requirements for eligibility, application processes, and return periods. You can deal with the difficulties of Australian immigration by seeking advice from the best Australia migration agent in London like GIEC Global, ensuring you select the correct track and successfully complete the process. 

For the most precise and recent information, always check the official Australian immigration website or speak with our Australian migration agents UK in GIEC Global UK.

Skilled Migration

Skilled Independent Visa (Subclass 189) for skilled workers who are not sponsored by an employer state or territory satisfying point based requirements.

Skilled Nominated Visa (Subclass 190) requires nomination by a state or territory government and  satisfying point based requirements

Skilled Work Regional Visa (Subclass 491) where a state or territory in Australia may nominate you with the possibility of eventually applying for permanent residency,

Employer Sponsored Migration

Temporary Skill Shortage Visa (Subclass 482) sponsored by an employer with a temporary job in Australia.

Employer Nomination Scheme (Subclass 186) offers permanent residency under employer nomination.

Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (Subclass 187) offers sponsorship by a regional employer.

Family Migration

Partner Visa (Subclass 820/801 or 309/100) for spouses, de facto partners of Australian Citizens or permanent residents.

Parent Visa (Subclass 820/801 or 309/100) enables parents to migrate to Australia.

Business and Investor Visas

Business Innovation and Investment Visa (Subclass 188/888) for people looking for temporary and permanent residency options who have experience in business or investing.

Student Visas & Post Study Work Visas

International students can study in Australia with Student visa (Subclass 500). After graduation, some students can have a route to skilled migration

Other Visa Options

Refugee and Humanitarian Visas: For people who are being displaced or persecuted in their own countries.

Distinguished Talent Visa: For people who have excelled in their chosen fields whether in arts, athletics, academic or other fields.

Independent Global Talent Program: Offering a faster route to permanent residency, it is intended to draw highly qualified persons in particular target areas.

Points Collection for Permanent Resident


  • 18-24 years: 25 Points
  • 25-32 years: 30 Points
  • 33-39 years: 25 Points
  • 40-44 years: 15 Points
  • 45-49 years: 0 Points

English Language Proficiency:

  • Superior: 20 Points
  • Proficient: 10 Points
  • Competent: 0 Points

Skilled Employment:

  • Less than 5 years but at least 3 years: 5 Points
  • At least 5 but less that 8 years: 10 Points
  • At least 8 and up to 10 years: 15 Points

Educational Qualifications:

  • Doctorate or PhD: 20 Points
  • Bachelors or Masters Degree: 15 Points
  • Diploma or trade qualification: 10 Points

A degree or diploma in a relevant area: 10 Points

Studying in Australia for at least 2 years: 5 Points

Completion of a professional year in Australia: 5 Points

Meeting the criteria of a specific occupation on relevant lists (10-15 Points)

State or territory nomination: 5 Points

Partner meets the requirement for skilled migration: 10 Points

NAATI credential community language: 5 Points

Study in Regional Australia: 5 Points

Guidance and Assistance Provided by GIEC Global UK

Provide reliable and current information, ensuring that you are aware of the needs and options that are open to you.

We access your unique circumstances including your qualifications, skills, employment offers and objectives and then suggest the best work permit category.

We help you gather and arrange all the paperwork required to submit during your application process.

We take care of filing your application to the appropriate immigration authorities and handling any follow up actions.

We take care of application process to help you save time and stress.

We ensure that the supporting documents meet the immigration requirements.

We make sure that your application complies with all the legal requirements reducing the possibility of mistakes that can result to rejection.

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frequently asked questions

You can learn more from our asked questions

Which pathway are most frequently taken by immigrants to Australia?

Family sponsorship, employer-sponsored visas, and general skilled migration (GSM) are some of the common pathways chosen by immigrants to Australia.

Is it possible to migrate to Australia for job purpose?

Yes, there are a variety of work visa alternatives provided by Australia which includes temporary work permits and skilled worker visas.

What is and how does the General Skilled Migration (GSM) program operate?

A skilled worker may seek for permanent residency under the points based GSM depending on their age, skills, and job history and language proficiency.

In order to obtain an Australian sponsored visa, what are the requirements?

Visas sponsored by employers must meet specific skill and experience requirements as well as have sponsorship from an Australia employer.

Can my partner or spouse migrate with me to Australia?

Yes, for immigration purposes, Australia accepts both same sex and opposite sex couples. If you meet the requirements, you may submit an application on behalf of your spouse or partner.

Can I move to Australia if I’ve already had a visa refusal?

Your future applications may be impacted by previous visa rejections. Although every situation is different, GIEC Global UK can offer advice on your alternatives.

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