Aust-China Migration

Migration Resources and Downloads

The city of Melbourne, Victoria in particular, can offer you the best lifestyle which is difficult to find anywhere in the world. In many cases, Melbourne can provide a good balance of work and enjoyment and is ideally suited to family oriented migrants. Career oriented migrants may find more opportunities in the Eastern Australian cities such as Sydney and Melbourne more for work and family.

To find out more about Australia, follow the links below.

Your New Life in Australia

Life in Australia book - a gift to you from the Australian Government (Click here or click the Aussie Flag to download your English copy of the free book - 1.0MB PDF)

This book provides information about Australian history, culture, society and the values we share to help you understand the values statement before you sign.

Download your English copy of the free bookIf you are applying for a provisional or permanent visa, you need to read, or have had explained to you, the Life in Australia book before you sign the values statement.

If you have difficulty, or are unable to read the book, ask a friend or family member to explain the contents to you.

Alternatively, you may have the content of the book explained to you by your sponsor or your agent if you have one, or by a departmental officer.

Other residents of Australia may also find the book useful, particularly those who work with migrants or who have relatives or friends who have recently arrived in Australia.

The Department of Immigration & Border Patrol (DIBP ) has published a very helpful information book for people who may intend to visit, study work or settle in Australia.

The book is simply called 'Life in Australia'.

You can access this book (click here for English version or click here for Chinese Mandarin version - PDF 1.0 and 1.5MB) to learn about Australia, its development into an independent nation, its culture, lifestyle and opportunities and Australian values.

DIBP recommends that if you are considering applying for a provisional or permanent visa, you need to read, or have had explained to you, the Life in Australia book before you sign the values statement. If you have friends or family in Australia they may also find the book interesting and helpful.

This book is also available in other languages - visit the DIBP web site.

Unable to read the book ?

Ask an English speaking friend or family member to explain the contents to you. Or you may have the contents of the book explained to you by your Employer Sponsor or your Registered Migration Agent , if you have one, or by a DIBP officer.

Thanks and regards,

Tony Hinz. Principal

AUST-CHINA MIGRATION SERVICES

Downloads

A copy of the code of conduct is available for download by clicking here (172KB PDF)
Download a copy of the OMARA Consumer Guide - click here - 193KB PDF
Life in Australia - free book click here

Business Migration

Australia's Business Skills migration program needs to attract business people - business owners, senior executives, investors

Skilled Migration

Australia needs skilled migrants who can bring experience and business or trade skills to help build new and existing business and industries.

Migrating to Australia

Australia has a long history of migration and has built a vibrant society. The population has been steadily increasing for over 200 years.