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Over 45 years old: Can you Still Migrate to Australia?

Over 45 years old: Can you Still Migrate to Australia?

Over 45 years old: Can you Still Migrate to Australia?

Different visa categories have different eligibility criteria. With age limit being set at 45 years old at the moment for skilled migration program, what could be your possible option to still migrate to Australia?

The good news is there are still available options for you if you are over 45 years old. These visas are:

This visa option is for those successful businesspeople who would want to establish or invest in a business in Australia. There are different criteria depending if you will go under Business Innovation Stream, Investor Stream or Significant Investor Stream. In most cases, you have to be under 55 years old to be able to get this type of visa.

It is a newly introduced and a streamlined visa pathway for those who are highly skilled professionals. Australia has introduced this visa category to attract global talent to support the nation’s economy. Let alone for the fiscal year 2021-2022, Australia has allocated 15,000 places under this program. This visa has no age limit, but, if you are aged below 18 or above 55, you will need to highlight being an exceptional benefit to the economy.

This is a visa option if you have children who are either citizens or permanent residents in Australia. Being an “aged parent”, you have to be old enough to be able to receive Australia age pension. One category requires a balance of family test where 50% of your children must be citizen or permanent resident in Australia. The other category under this visa program requires have an approved Parent Sponsor to apply for this visa.

These are only a few of the visa options you might want to contemplate should you consider to migrate to Australia if you are over 45 years old. Consult with us to know more options. Alternatively, complete our free online assessment form to get an initial assessment from one of our consultants.

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