Country Perspective: Australia
Australia 190 visa
Skilled workers and business people interested in migrating to Australia can be considered for a skilled visa by submitting an Expression of Interest (EOI) through SkillSelect.
An EOI is an indication that you would like to be considered for a skilled visa. An EOI is not a visa application.
You will be asked to provide a range of information in your EOI depending on the visa you want to be considered for, such as:
• basic personal information
• nominated occupation
• work experience
• study and education
• level of English skills
• details of a skills assessment, related to your nominated occupation
• business and investment experience.
These skilled workers and business people can then be found and nominated for skilled visas by Australian employers or state and territory governments, or they might be invited by the Australian Government to lodge a visa application.
All people interested in the points based skilled migration or business investment and innovation visa programmes will need to submit an EOI and receive an invitation in order to lodge a visa application.
For more detail on what questions and information you will need to supply in your EOI, you should refer to the webpage of the visa you are interested in.
Under the skillselect program, some occupations are included in this program
Skilled Occupations List
Making friends and contacts in a new country
Using apps and the internet to find meetups, events and other places where you can meet people who share your interests and hobbies can be a good way to get to know people in a new country. Look at www.meetup.com, local news media or blogs or bulletin boards outside places like universities, municipal buildings, or even popular bars/cafes for foreigners to find information in English that might be aimed at newcomers to a country.
Joining Volunteer Events
Look for organizations that promote relationships between Japan and other countries, and there can be events where you can meet people that would be interesting to talk to about working in another country. The Chambers of Commerce for different countries have events which are open to non-members. These can be pricey but might offer a networking opportunity to learn more about jobs in other countries.
Meetups in Australia
Looking for Jobs in Australia
Information in Japanese
- Getting a Job in Australia ワーキングホリデーの仕事 AIC - Australia Information Center
Using Social Media
Look at Social media to get information in English or your native language for tips and other people’s stories on getting jobs and visas to work in other countries.
Best occupations for finding a job in Australia
Job Search Sites in Australia
Top 5 Cities
Understanding the possibility of getting a job in Sydney
On Social Media
Checking out the Metro to figure out where to live and where to work
Public Transport :
Links to Resources in Japan
Sister Cities Relationships
Living in Sydney
Recruiting from Abroad
Australia Chamber of Commerce in Japan
Example of an Immigration Agent database
Japan - Australia Business Council
Study in Australia
Immigrate to Australia
Student Training Visa
Australia National Holidays
Books, Magazines and Media
Links to Media
Lists of Recruiters (Japanese) in Australia