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European Skilled Professionals and Business Migrants Seminars

Sydney Migration International in partnership with New Zealand Migration International and the Victorian Government recently finished a number of Migration Seminars in Europe which were aimed at skilled professionals and business and investor migrants with an interest in living, working or investing in Australia and New Zealand.

 

Several informative and interactive presentations as well as in-depth discussions were delivered in Frankfurt and Stuttgart and attended by Victorian Skilled and Business Migration Manager, Mr Zane Rebronja. Mr. Rebronja had previously worked with Sydney Migration International in November 2013 for a similar event.

With the recent Federal Budget announced, the Australian Government is looking at maintain its intake of skilled professionals and overseas-skilled workers to fill the huge skills shortages and skills in demand in Australia. As with 2013, Australian States, including New South Wales, Victoria, Western Australia and Queensland are actively seeking entrepreneurs, skilled business people and professionals to live and work the respective locations.

Victorian Skilled and Business Migration Manager, Mr Zane Rebronja, said that the lifestyle and opportunities that are offered in Victoria confirm just why this location has been voted the Most Liveable State three years in row. Victoria – as well as other States and Territories – offer comprehensive support to migrant’s new arrivals wishing to settle in Australia.

Mr Alexander Walke of Sydney Migration International comments: “With the Australian Government announcing that skilled professionals are still needed, now is a fantastic time to make the change. Both skilled professionals, business owners and investors are in demand.”

Mr Walke also announced that the Migration International Group will soon open a new branch in Victoria. “Melbourne Migration International, based in CBD Melbourne, will serve our clients in Melbourne, Victoria and South Australia.

Mr Rebronja said Sydney Migration International’s seminars provided detailed, professional information to attendees in an easy-to-understand, no-nonsense manner. These seminars, and the responses we have seen so far, only strengthen the ties between Australia and Germany. We were thankful to be again involved.”

The Victorian Government and Sydney Migration International are currently planning further events in Europe for late 2014 and early 2015.

More information about the registry is available at:
www.sydney-migration.de
www.sydney-migration.com.au
www.liveinvictoria.vic.gov.au

 

 

Migration Seminars 2013 a Success!

Sydney Migration International wrapped up a series of Migration Seminars in Germany, Austria and Switzerland which were aimed at professionals with an interest in living and working in Australia and New Zealand.

Eight seminars of exciting and interactive presentations and roundtable discussions got underway in November in Berlin. Seminars in Frankfurt and Stuttgart were attended by Victorian Skilled and Business Migration Manager, Mr Zane Rebronja. 

Ms Nina Majling from Sydney Migration International said “currently Australia seeks to grant approx. 190,000 permanent residency visa per year; accordingly skilled professionals and entrepreneurs are in high demand”. Ms Majling confirmed that Australian States including New South Wales, Victoria, Western Australia and Queensland are seeking entrepreneurs, skilled business people and professionals to live and work in Australia.

Victorian Skilled and Business Migration Manager, Mr Zane Rebronja, said the events were a perfect opportunity to speak to highly qualified professionals about the lifestyle and opportunities that are on offer in Victoria, as well as the occupations currently in demand across the state. “It was great to come to Germany with Sydney Migration International and talk to groups of highly skilled ICT professionals, engineers and other professionals, who are all in high demand in Victoria”, Mr Rebronja said

Mr Alexander Walke said: “Over 100,000 Germans have migrated to Australia since 1960 and with 18,000 Germans who have settled in the last decade in Australia, Germany is the third largest source of permanent migrants from Europe after the UK and Ireland.”

Mr Rebronja said Sydney Migration International’s seminars were comprehensive with information presented to attendees in an easy-to-understand manner. “They reinforced the message about Australia’s enduring popularity as a migrant destination and its economic strength, particularly when compared to the troubled Eurozone. We were thankful to be involved.”

The Victorian Government and Sydney Migration International are currently planning further events in Europe for 2014.

More information about the registry is available at:
www.sydney-migration.de
www.sydney-migration.com.au
www.liveinvictoria.vic.gov.au

Press release from the Victorian Government:
www.liveinvictoria.vic.gov.au/about-us/news/2013/migration-seminars-in-germany-a-success

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