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Despite the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and prolonged border closures between countries, some people still swapped South Africa for Australia in 2020.
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South Africans looking to move to Australia have some good options, but the immigration system is complex.
The temptation of upping sticks and working in Australia has never been so real for South Africans: Two new visa routes into the country have been revealed.
If you’re a skilled trade worker and would like to move to Australia we have some good news, you’re in high demand.
Figures provided by Suffolk Law also reveal that highly-skilled and wealthy South Africans are choosing Australia above any other country.
It’s a very “g’day” indeed for any South Africans thinking of finding work in Australia. A lucrative offer has been made by the government, but comes with T’s & C’s.
South Africans have been migrating to Australia over an extended period, and many have elderly parents left in South Africa.
If your job is on the Australian skilled occupations list, you could get your hands on one of the most coveted Aussie visas there is because of the specific skills you hold. You and any dependants you have can live and work in Australia permanently if you have the skills that Australia is looking for.
There are many different Australian visa options, and unfortunately, most of them have an age limit of 45. However, there is a visa option for those over 45 looking to move their business and family to Australia.
Australia has become one of the world leaders in inward skilled migration with a total of 245,400 immigrants in the year ending June 30, 2017, a 27 per cent increase from the year before.
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South Africa’s ruling party have confirmed that they plan to push ahead with amending the country’s constitution to allow for the expropriation of land without compensation.
Visa changes implemented this month affect all those wanting to migrate.