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State migration sites

Business and Skilled Migration (NT)

Provides a range of information designed to assist employers and intending migrants to understand the processes and criteria for applying for nomination.

Department of Business [NT]

Business and Skilled Migration (Qld)

Provides information for business and skilled migrants thinking about making the move to Queensland, Australia.

Queensland Government

Live and work in NSW

New South Wales Government information for business and skilled migrants to Sydney and NSW as well as expatriate Australians returning after living and working overseas.

Department of Trade and Investment, Regional Infrastructure and Services [NSW]

Live in Victoria

The Victorian Government's migration website provides comprehensive information for skilled and business migrants seeking to immigrate and live in Victoria.

Department of Business and Innovation [Vic]

Migrating to Canberra (ACT)

Provides information on a range of sponsorships for skilled and business migrants who wish to live in Canberra and apply their professional skills by working in a skilled occupation or establishing a business/investing in the ACT.

Economic Development Directorate [ACT]

Migrating to Tasmania

The Tasmanian Government's migration website provides information on living and working in Tasmania as well as details of assistance offered to prospective business and skilled migrants.

Department of Economic Development, Tourism and the Arts [Tas]

Skilled Migration [WA]

The Western Australian Government's site for skilled migration information. Includes links to Pathways to migrate to Western Australia, Living in Western Australia, English language requirements and Business migration.

Department of Training and Workforce Development [WA]

South Australia. Make the move

The Immigration SA site describes the spacious living, lifestyle, education and employment opportunities of South Australia, plus services to migrants.

Government of South Australia

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