Last updated: 21 May 2020
The information on this page is for the onshore applicants that consider moving states for visa eligibility.

Have you ever felt chances of getting permanent residency in a big city like Sydney or Melbourne reduces day by day?

Have you ever felt overwhelmed by the number of EOI points you need to qualify for a 189 invitation (95+ points) only to be “waiting” and worrying about your existing visa running out?

Many of our clients attempt to get higher Expression or Interest points for the 189 visa only to find they run out of time on their existing visas as the requirements get harder and harder each year.

We have found that clients who consider moving to Regional Areas are able to benefit from this strategy as long as they can find jobs in the area to continue supporting themselves and provide for their family.

At LC Migration, we are a Canberra based company and consult with clients daily on making the decision to move to a Regional Area. Our intention is to ensure you receive the advice that will benefit you and your family from a long term perspective.

The map below will answer the questions and benefits of each State/Territory:

  • Do I need to work in the nominated occupation? If so, then for how long?
  • When should I move to the regional area?
  • Can I wait for my 189 points (just in case?)
Now is the time for you to consider your next 3-5 year plan especially if you are on a subclass 485 temporary graduate visa which allows you to live and work anywhere in Australia.

Right now, if this sounds like you we’d like to offer you a 20 min consultation to plan your next steps so you can make the right decision for you and your future.

If you are interested, click the button below to get 20 minutes of free phone consultation in exchange for an optional donation to Beyond Blue to raise awareness for mental health during this difficult time.

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