With the great relationship, Australia and Hong Kong have always had, Australia has always been one of the top destinations for those who are looking to migrate or get a working visa in a foreign country. Not only that but people of both countries also share a lot of family connections and business ties. For many years, our migration agents have been helping people from Hong Kong come to Australia through partner visas as well as business and investors visas.
People from many different countries are looking to migrate to Australia to establish a better career pathway and enjoy what the Australian lifestyle has to offer. Hong Kong is no different since Australia has been a magnet for the most competitive migrants in Hong Kong. Migrants from Hong Kong have also contributed to the economic growth in Australia through their large investments and jobs they create within Australia or by bringing skills where there is a shortage through the various skilled migration programs available. Australia is always working on strengthening the relationship with Hong Kong due to the mutual benefits it brings, and this includes the new measures announced recently regarding students, temporary graduates and skilled workers from Hong Kong who want to migrate to Australia for studying or work.
The updates to the visa arrangements will enable Hong Kong passport holders to obtain permanent residency and remain indefinitely in Australia through a range of opportunities available to eligible potential migrants. This will also help to boost the Australian economy in the post-COVID era by bringing the right skills and companies to Australia and create new jobs for Australians.
The highlights of the changes at a glance:
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