prakash srinivasan is a registered migration agent RMA registered with MARA the Migration Agents Registration Authority and is a specialist in Australian Migration Law. He can help you with visas for migrating to Australia. He can help with skilled work visas or work permits to Australia under the General Skills Migration GSM program. Also temporary work visas like the 457 visa. He can help with ENS Employer Nomination Scheme visas and RSMS Regional Skills Migration Scheme visas which are permanent residence visas for permanent residence. He can also help with student visas and tourist visas or visitor visas. He can help with partner visas, as spouse visas are now called, or with fiance fiancee visas. He specialises in business skills visas and investor visas and business owner visas. He is a member of migration alliance and MIA Migration Institute of Australia.
  Australia is an extremely popular destination for highly skilled young people
wishing to start a new life in another country. Read More...
  With Australia's spacious surroundings, high standard of living and excellent health
and education systems, Australia attracts visitors and migrants from all over the world.
  Australian citizenship symbolises our unity as a nation. It represents a commitment
to Australia and its people, the values we share and our common future.

The country's economy is strong and Australia is actively encouraging the immigration of skilled migrants. Skilled migrants wishing to work in Australia will be assessed on a points based system with points awarded for work experience, qualification and language proficiency. Other ways of obtaining immigration visas to Australia include the Australian Family Migration and Humanitarian Programs.

Australian migration offers a wealth of exciting opportunities for people seeking a new challenge and a fresh start in life. Australia's Migration Program does not discriminate on the basis of race or religion. This means that anyone from any country can apply to migrate, regardless of their ethnic origin, gender or colour, provided that they meet the criteria set out in law.
contact YML Your Migration Law and Prakash Srinivasan for skilled work visas for those applying to migrate to Australia based on their occupational skills, professional skills and trade skills, for working permits and skilled work visas to Australia
These are for migrants who have skills or outstanding abilities that will contribute to the Australian economy. It aims to meet Australia's skills shortages and gives
successful applicants permanent residence. This visa is appropriate for those who hold a university qualification or trade qualification.
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business skills visas for business applicants who wish to apply for migration to australia based on business ownership and business skills. Contact Prakash Srinivasan for a free visa eligibility assessment to see if you are eligible to migrate to Australia and to become a permanent resident
Australia Business Skills Visa class encourages successful business owners, senior executives and investors to settle permanently in Australia and develop new or existing businesses.
Business owners, senior executives and investors can apply for a visa under the Business Skills category .
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employer sponsored visas are for visa applicants who have sponsorship from an Australian employer to migrate to Australia as temporary workers or as Australian permanent residents PR where you gain permanent residency. ENS and RSMS visas, as well as 457 work visas for temporary work permits
Employer sponsored visas are ideal for businesses who need to fill a skill shortage which cannot be filled locally. Employer sponsored visas are also ideal for Australian
or overseas businesses wanting to set up operations in Australia or wanting to recruit overseas skilled workers on a permanent or temporary basis to fill in skill shortages. Read More..
Student visa applications for overseas students wishing to study in Australian colleges and universities. YML Your Migration Law can help with applications for a student visa, which allows you to migrate to Australia temporarily while you are completing your studies in Australia.
Student visas are meant for people wishing to study in Australia. Australian universities are widely known for the quality of their teaching and research.
Australia’s approach to vocational education and training leads the world in innovation and quality.
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YML Migration Services is Australia’s leading provider of visa and immigration advice and is regulated by the Australian Government and that’s why thousands have used YML to receive their visa to Australia in the last year alone. By using YML Migration Services you receive the very best advice and support for your visa application and have the services of Australia’s most experienced visa and immigration experts at your disposal. Try us today and see for yourself why YML Migration Services assists so many people with a visa to Australia.
With YML Migration Services your application is in safe hands from day one. We understand the fears, stresses, problems and pitfalls that the migration process has for those who have not been through it before. YML Migration Services is constantly developing a network of offices across the Globe to help you with some of the most fundamental concerns that arise when immigration is required for family, personal or business reasons.
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Working after studying in Australia

Posted on November 24, 2014 

Did you know that if you recently graduated (or are about to graduate) from an Australian education provider, you might be eligible for the Temporary Graduate (subclass 485) visa? Depending on your qualification, this visa allows you to stay in Australia for up to four years, to gain valuable work experience..


No plans to remove accountants from the 2015 SOL

Posted on November 12, 2014 

There are no plans to remove this occupation from the Skilled Occupation List (SOL) for the 2015 programme year. The Office of the Chief Economist in the Department of Industry conducts analysis each year on the composition of the SOL. The next advice is expected in March 2015 after the completion of extensive labour market analysis and a public consultation process.