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Frequently Asked Questions – Ep. #1 – Australia Student/Work/PR Visa & Citizenship 2023

FAQ – Australia Immigration

In this blog, we are going to answer frequently asked questions about Australian immigration.

  1. What is the minimum IELTS score for Australia?

The Department of Home Affairs accepts IELTS for different visa categories and for granting permanent residency in Australia. Moreover, IELTS is also required by a few Australian professional organizations and accrediting entities. You need a minimum IELTS score of 6 to qualify for Australian immigration.

  1. How can I immigrate to Australia from Pakistan?

The primary pathway to acquiring permanent residence in Australia is the permanent Migration Program, which promotes economic and family migration. Special Eligibility visas, the Family stream, and the Skill stream are included in this. You can also acquire permanent residence on humanitarian grounds.

  1. Which part of Australia is best to migrate?

Adelaida, Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Brisbane, and Hobart are some of the best places to live in Australia.

  1. Which intake is best for Australia?

Australia has two general intakes in February and July. Although, some universities also offer intakes in September and November. Regardless, it is advisable for you to begin your admission process six months prior to the application deadline.

  1. Is Australia PR getting difficult?

The process of getting PR in Australia is undoubtedly a bit time-consuming and challenging but it can be done. You must conduct thorough research before applying and understand how you can gain more points. Students who have fulfilled an Australian study requirement of 2 years in a regional area are awarded 5 additional points.

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