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Living in Australia

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The population of Australia, people that live in Australia, as measured in 2020 is around 25.5m people. 
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The biggest cities by population are Sydney with just over 5.3 million people, and Melbourne with just over 5m people. The next biggest cities in Australia are Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide. 
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So you're looking to become an Australian Permanent Resident. That is great!  Here are a few steps you'll need to take to become a permanent resident of Australia. 

  1. Find the right visa for you. Find the right visa for your family members. You can explore the visa requirements and reach out to migration experts to help you better understand what visa is right for you and your circumstances.
  2. Check if you meet the visa requirements. Check if your family meet the visa requirements. Understanding your suitability for meeting Visa requirements can help you to better understand the likelihood of you being success in migrating to Australia. 
  3. Apply for an Australian Migrant Visa. You can apply directly yourself or get the assistance of a migration agent who can help you navigate any complexities you may face.
  4. Wait for a decision. Waiting on government processes can be hard. However, remain focused on your goal of becoming a permanent resident in Australia and keep pressing onwards! 
  5. Your visa is approved! Congratulations, permanent residency awaits. 

Studying in Australia

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In Australia, there are 43 universities where people can study. These comprise of 40 Australian universities, 2 international universities and one private university. Outside of universities, there are many other organisations and facilities that offer further education courses and opportunities to explore. 
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Private providers or also they can be called private colleges are small, independent tertiary education providers. 

Private colleges usually offer a more focused range of courses that focus on a specific field. Such areas of focus for private colleges can include hospitality, digital media, natural health or the performing arts. 

Private providers and private colleges do vary and can include colleges, industry bodies, private companies and community organisations.
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TAFE is a government-run educational training facility for people who have finished school. TAFE stands for Technical and Further Education. 

Visiting Australia

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If you are looking to travel to Australia, you will need to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination or be exempted. All inbound travellers to Australia must declare their COVID-19 vaccination status to enter Australia. 
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It depends whether or not you will require a visa to visit Australia. To better understand your needs and requirments, talk with a migration agent to help you understand whether you need a Visa to visit Australia.
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The status of the Australian Border may change at anytime. As we've experienced through COVID, what is open today may not be open tomorrow. Currently, the Australia border is open to international visitors. Every visitor will need to declare their COVID-19 vaccination status prior to arrival in Australia. Please check with the Australian Governments Home Affairs department for more up to date information.
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The Digital Passenger Declaration (DPD) has replaced the Australia Travel Declaration.

All passengers arriving by air into Australia should complete the Digital Passenger Declaration. You can start your DPD seven days before your flight and submit it within 72 hours before your departure for Australia. This is because you must provide your health information and declaration (vaccination status and COVID-19 test result) within 72 hours before your flight.

When filling out the DPD, you will need to:
  • provide your contact details, including a contact phone number in Australia
  • make a legally binding declaration in relation to your vaccination status
  • make a declaration about your travel history in the last 14 days
  • make a declaration that you are aware of the quarantine and testing requirements that apply when coming to Australia and in the state or territory you are landing and the penalties for non-compliance.
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There are several factors that determine if you are eligible to visit Australia. Some key factors are the country you are travelling from and the passport you are travelling on. In addition, there are factors around the reason for your travel, whether it is for business or for travel, and the intended length of time in which you are looking to travel to Australia.