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Hello all

I am looking for migration agent recommendations please.

Although I doubt I am in a position to apply for a visa at the moment I am intending to apply in the next two years or so. I am just finishing my degree in Cybersecurity and computer networking in the next 2 months and am a bit of a crossroads into which career path has the strongest visa chances based on current trends etc. I appreciate this can change at a moments notice but hoping that a migration specialist will be able to offer some guidance (happy to pay for a consultation of course) based on their knowledge and experience of visa pathways etc. Then I can move forward with my next steps with a bit more of a plan rather than a whim and a prayer! I completely understand that things may change and of course I wouldn't be pinning all my hopes on advice offered that may quickly go out of date. I am just looking to be able to make more informed choices in my career next steps. 

I am 36 years old and unsure whether to study a masters or go straight in to the work place and start gaining my 2 years post qual experience required by the ACS for security specialist and network engineer/admin roles. If work experience is the better option would network engineer or cyber security specialist roles have a stronger visa pathway. My degree covers both 50/50 and I enjoy both equally. I can complete a masters here in the UK in 12 months but would also consider studying in Australia to gain extra points etc. I understand the the global talent visa is available to applicant who have completed a masters and would also like to discuss if that could be a viable route. I have been offered a few graduate roles too, one in networking and one in a cyber analyst role,  I'm finding it difficult to decide which would be the best option. 

 

Any help, similar experiences and agent recommendations would be much appreciated 😊

 

 

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Try Suncoast Migration or Go Matilda.  However, realistically, a migration agent can advise what your chances would be, once qualified, under the current rules.  They don't have a crystal ball, any more than the rest of us, unfortunately.   Especially after Covid, when it's rumoured there will be major changes (read: reductions) in visas.

The best advice is, forget about your migration dreams, and plan your career based on what you'd be happy doing for the rest of your life.   


Scot by birth, emigrated 1985 | Aussie husband applied UK spouse visa Jan 2015, granted March 2015, moved to UK May 2015 | Returned to Oz June 2016

"The stranger who comes home does not make himself at home but makes home itself strange." -- Rainer Maria Rilke

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The Agents who have been posting long term on the site all seem to have good reputations


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13 hours ago, TheVixenator said:

Hello all

I am looking for migration agent recommendations please.

Although I doubt I am in a position to apply for a visa at the moment I am intending to apply in the next two years or so. I am just finishing my degree in Cybersecurity and computer networking in the next 2 months and am a bit of a crossroads into which career path has the strongest visa chances based on current trends etc. I appreciate this can change at a moments notice but hoping that a migration specialist will be able to offer some guidance (happy to pay for a consultation of course) based on their knowledge and experience of visa pathways etc. Then I can move forward with my next steps with a bit more of a plan rather than a whim and a prayer! I completely understand that things may change and of course I wouldn't be pinning all my hopes on advice offered that may quickly go out of date. I am just looking to be able to make more informed choices in my career next steps. 

I am 36 years old and unsure whether to study a masters or go straight in to the work place and start gaining my 2 years post qual experience required by the ACS for security specialist and network engineer/admin roles. If work experience is the better option would network engineer or cyber security specialist roles have a stronger visa pathway. My degree covers both 50/50 and I enjoy both equally. I can complete a masters here in the UK in 12 months but would also consider studying in Australia to gain extra points etc. I understand the the global talent visa is available to applicant who have completed a masters and would also like to discuss if that could be a viable route. I have been offered a few graduate roles too, one in networking and one in a cyber analyst role,  I'm finding it difficult to decide which would be the best option. 

 

Any help, similar experiences and agent recommendations would be much appreciated 😊

 

 

I can recommend myself...as a professional beer drinker 

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10 hours ago, Tmduk said:

I can recommend myself...as a professional beer drinker 

Were you drinking beer when you posted this?

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No country other than Australia has had a prime minister who was the world champion beer drinker.


Westly Russell Registered Migration Agent 0316072 www.pinoyau.com

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On 06/03/2021 at 01:59, TheVixenator said:

Hello all

I am looking for migration agent recommendations please.

Although I doubt I am in a position to apply for a visa at the moment I am intending to apply in the next two years or so.

 

Realistically, it will be very difficult to predict what the Australian Migration Program will look like in the next two years or so. The Australian Migration Regulations are very dynamic and change regularly. It is likely that we will see extensive changes in response to COVID recovery in the future.

 

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www.ozimmigration.com

"If you think it's expensive to hire a professional to do the job, wait until you hire an amateur."

 

 

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