Australia Immigration

Australia Immigration Find information about visiting, working, or studying in Australia, including returning to live in Australia and Australian citizenship. Whatever your reason for coming to Australia you will need a valid Australian visa.
This page provides general immigration information.

Visa Finder

Helps you find the Australian visa most likely to meet your specific circumstances. It includes the most common Australian visas, but does not include every visa.

Department of Immigration and Border Protection


UK Immigration

UK Immigration and Work Permits since 1988

We work together with OISC registered advisers who can help you with your UK visa applications.

The UK has introduced a number of new UK immigration categories in the last few years. The points based skilled immigration category the Highly Skilled Migrant Programme, introduced in January 2002, proved to be very successful. However, it has been replaced byTier 1 (General), part of the UK’s new five-tier points based system.

From 1 May 2004 nationals of the new EU Countries have been able to work freely in the UK subject only to the requirement in most cases that they apply under the Worker Registration Scheme.


Canada Immigration

Canadian Citizenship & Immigration Resource Center

  • Live & Work in Canada
  • Free Immigration Assessment
  • Skilled Worker Immigration Assessment

    A Skilled Worker applicant comprises of the Federal Skilled Worker Class, the Quebec Skilled Worker Class, Provincial Nominee Class and Canada Experience Class. It is point based and confers permanent resident status to applicants who are able to demonstrate an ability to become economically established in Canada. An offer of employment from a Canadian employer is not required.Interested applicants may receive a free evaluation of their qualifications for Canadian permanent residence as a Skilled Worker applicant by completing this questionnaire:

    • Skilled Worker Immigration Assessment
    • More information about Skilled Worker Immigration



Germany Immigration

Germany is the second most popular migrationdestination in the world, after the United States. On 1 January 2005, a new immigration law came into effect. The political background to this new law was that Germany, for the first time ever, acknowledged itself to be an “immigration country”. Although the practical changes to immigration procedures were relatively minor, new immigration categories such as highly skilled professionals and scientists were introduced to attract valuable professionals to the German labour market. The development within German immigration law clearly shows that immigration of skilled employees and academics is eased while the labour market remains closed for unskilled workers.