How To Get The Permanent Residency As A Carpenter In Australia?

Did you know that people arriving via the ‘skill stream’ account for roughly seventy percent of Australia’s migrant intake? Qualified professionals worldwide are flocking to Australia for its great quality of life and stable economic prospects. Moreover, Australia is quite easy to assimilate into and has a more cosmopolitan culture thanks to a significant migrant population.

But, what is the right pathway to gain permanent residency in Australia? One of the most favoured pathways for you to achieve this is through studying carpentry. There are boundless job oppurtunities for skilled and qualified carpenters in Australia. Did you know that the carpentry sector in Australia is growing rapidly and is the third largest domestic industry?

Migration to Australia requires the occupation to be on the “Skilled Occupation” list of the “In-Demand” list. Luckily enough occupation of ‘Carpenter’ is one of them. You need to successfully pass these following steps to be eligible to apply for permanent residency.

  • Step 1: First and foremost, you need to get the right qualification. Study Certificate III in Carpentry to be entitled to work as a carpenter in Australia. This could be a comprehensive course by itself or a package inclusive of this program. In all, the course must be registered in CRICOS for at least 92 weeks. During your course of study you must complete 360 hours of work placement as carpenter. It is therefore important to enrol in an institute that assists you in completing the required 360 hours.
  • Step 2: After completing your graduation you now need to apply for the 485 Visa- Graduate stream. This visa permits you to live and work full-time upto18 months from the date of grant. For the application of this visa you must provide your carpentry qualification and transcript, a recognised English test (IELTS, PTE, Cambridge, OET, or TOEFL), a provisional skills assessment from TRA, health insurance, and medical and police check clearances.
  • Step 3: For migration processes you must work full-time in your occupation for a minimum of one year. This is done via the Job Ready Program. The outcome of this program gets you your full skills assessment as a carpenter in Australia.
  • Step 4: Upon getting your Full Skills Assessment issued, you are now eligible to start your process for residency in Australia. You will need to garner the right amount of points, that is, 65 points or more to apply for EOI (Expression of Interest) with the Department. There are a few visas for which you can apply an EOI. On receiving an invitation, you can then make the visa application.

Aspect Migration is your gateway to Australia. Here, our registered migration agents expertise in locating pathways and strategies to help you achieve permanent residency in Australia. ‘WE ADVICE YOU ACHIEVE’ is our motto. It’s vital to get the right advice from the start, so speak to us today. We are here to help you.

Permanent migration has been a predominant feature of Australia’s economic development over the last century. Australia welcomed greater than seven million permanent migrants in the last seventy years, of which more than two million arrived in the last decade itself.





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