Australian Skilled Visa

Australian Skilled Visa – To find out if you are eligible to apply for an Australian Skilled Visa, follow two simple steps with ILM Australia:

STEP 1 –
Visit our web page and complete our FREE Online Skilled Visa Assessment Form:

Email a current copy of your RESUME/CV by email to:

STEP 2 –
Once we have received your details we will assess and examine your eligibility. This includes an assessment of your academic qualifications and your work experience to determine whether you meet Australian standards for your nominated occupation.

If you are assessed as eligible to apply for Australian Skilled Migration we will explain all the legal processes involved, including our professional fees and the Australian Government fees (all fees will be advised).

What is Australian Skilled Migration?

The purpose of Australia’s Skilled Migration Program is to attract highly employable people for migration to Australia to fill Australia Skills Shortages. Applicants are assessed against their nominated occupation, age, English language skills, academic qualifications and work experience. Applicants are required to score enough points to meet a pass mark. 

If you are over 18 and under 50 years of age and you have qualifications and experience in particular skilled occupations relevant in Australia, you may be eligible to make an application under the general skilled migration program. View the current Australian Skilled Occupation List 2016-2017 to see if your occupation is in demand.

The Skilled Migration Program is the most realistic pathway to migrate to Australia. The Skilled Migration Program represent 68% of the 190,0000 allocated places for migrants in the 2016-2017 Australian Federal Budget.

If you are successful in Skilled Migration you and any family members may be granted Australian Permanent Residency. This means that you can enter and remain in Australia indefinitely and be entitled to most of the rights afforded to Australians including work, education, health and social security benefits. You will also be eligible to sponsor any family members to Australia.

For further information about Australian Skilled Migration please see our website:

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Youssef Haddad 22 posts

Youssef Haddad is a Director and a Principal Registered Migration Agent with ILM Australia. He is also a founding member.

Youssef is one of our leading Australian Migration Consultants and specializes in complex migration cases. Youssef has a strong understanding of the Migration Act and the Migration Regulations which allows him to effectively resolve complex migration matters.

Some of the matters that Youssef specializes in include Character Cancellations, Bogus Documents, Health Waivers, Onshore un-lawful Criteria, visa refusals.

Youssef handles all of our Administrative Appeals Tribunal (Migration and Refugee Divisions) Cases and is also responsible for representing our clients for Ministerial Intervention. Youssef has a high success rate when representing his clients which is a reflection of his sound understanding of Australian Migration legislation and devotion to the Migration Advice Profession.

Youssef also has a strong working knowledge of the Federal Circuit Court Appeals process and has partnered with specialists in this field to assist his clients in judicial review of their visa decisions.

Youssef also handles all of our Refugee and Humanitarian Visas and all other Family and Partner Migration Streams.When dealing with Youssef, you can expect to receive realistic and honest migration advice. You will have a clear understanding of your rights and responsibilities available to you under Australian Migration Law.

Youssef is originally from Lebanon and also speaks fluent Arabic.

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