Flyworld Australia Migration & Education Services’ facilitation centre launched in Dubai. Kamal Kassim / Gulf Today
Imran Mojib, Special Correspondent
Tolerance level is very good in Australia. People planning to migrate to Australia for a better life must ignore rumours about racism and low tolerance level in the country, said Solicitor Thara Namboothiri, who has been serving aspiring migrants for about two decades.
“I have been working in Australia for the past two decades and have realised that the tolerance level is fairly high. People must realise that Australia wants skilled people who can contribute in nation-building. Thus it leaves no room for racism,” she said.
Thara Namboothiri, Principal Solicitor of the Flyworld Australia Migration & Education Services, said that people planning to migrate to Australia must make the decision early in life as maximum age for skilled people to migrate to Australia is 45 years, while the age limit for businessmen to apply is 55 years.
Talking to the Gulf Today after launch of the Flyworld Australia Migration & Education Services’ facilitation centre in Dubai, she said that some of the occupations in demand are nursing, teachers, social workers, counsellors and IT professionals.
“These are some of the professions most in demand. People in other profession should contact us for profile evaluation and suggestions to help them apply for successful migration,” she said.
Namboothiri said that the Australian government conducts regular studies and release the lists of required professionals both in mid- and long-term as well as in short term.
“Migration to Australia is difficult, but no so difficult for people the country needs. We keep monitoring the changing scenario and guide our clients accordingly for successful migration,” she added. Flyworld Group CEO Rony Joseph said that people planning to migrate to Australia must look in the right direction and find right people to help them with the legal process. There is no short cut to successful migration.
“We make sure that our applicants meet all the eligibilities and stick with the government policies. Our lawyers present their cases in smartest ways to ensure success,” he said. He stressed that the Flyworld facilitation centre in Dubai has been created to address the needs of aspiring Australian migrants by guiding them in the right direction and at the right time. The Dubai centre will be helpful for thousands of professional degree holders and others to pave their new world of opportunities in Australia.
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