According to a recent estimate, around 9 million expats call United Arab Emirates home. These expatriates come from more than 270 countries and have helped UAE transform from a barren desert to a thriving modern country. With the local UAE population constituting 20% of the total population; the expatriates are the major driving force that helps this country progress, develop and grow.
India, Pakistan, Philippines, Sri Lanka and United Kingdom are some of the countries whose nationals make up most of the UAE expatriate population. There are expats from Arabic speaking nations such as Egypt, Morocco and Palestine. An estimated 100,000 Palestinians live in the UAE and form one of the largest communities of non-citizens from the Arab world in the UAE. At a governmental level, Palestine and the United Arab Emirates enjoy cordial and friendly relations.
Palestine, as a country, has political and geographic issues that have caused a major outflux from the country. Majority of the Palestinians are well-educated and skilled individuals who have made major positive contributions to the economy and society of UAE. It is easier for the Palestinian individuals to integrate in the UAE because of common Arab customs, heritage and language. The Palestinians in the UAE are considered hardworking and trustworthy.
The life for Palestinians in the UAE is far better than their home country. However, those individuals and families with an urge to further secure their future along with added perks of a premium lifestyle, choose Australia. Australia is open for Palestinians as it is for any other country of the world. Compared to other favourable migration destinations located in Americas and Europe, the chances of migrating and setting down in Australia are considerably higher for the Palestinians.
Australia is a stable, democratic society with a skilled workforce and has grown at an average annual rate of 3.6% for the past 15 years. This sustained growth places Australia in the top ranks of developed countries in terms of economic growth. With a population of 25 million, Australia is the only nation to govern an entire continent and is the sixth largest country in the world in terms of land area.
This continent’s economy is robust and facilitates thriving business success. A strong economy is the first indicator of a developed country which makes it an attractive destination for permanent residency and business investments. Australia has already made it big and wants to bloom further by taking in talented human capital from Palestine and other countries of the world. To ensure further growth, Australian economy promises better compensation and premium-level civic amenities to the migrants who want to call the country their home.
Australia, with its abundant physical resources, has enjoyed a high standard of living since the nineteenth century. It is ranked 2nd on the United Nations’ Human Development index, which measures education, life expectancy and standard of living. Therefore, immigration is an important feature of Australian society. Australia is one of the world’s major immigration nations. Since 1945, over 7.5 million people from 200 countries have come to Australia as new settlers. People born overseas make up almost 1/3 of the total population. Migrants have made a major contribution to shaping modern Australia.
Palestinian nationals started moving to Australia after 1975. As of today, “Palestinian Australians” is a term coined for a whole generation that was born and who grew in Australia. The new migrants find it easy to settle in Australia because Australia enjoys a diverse culture and abundance of other migrants who are culturally similar makes it easier for the new migrants to feel at home.
The current Australian immigration legislations have made it transparent and quicker for skilled workers and their families to migrate to Australia. The Palestinians are no different. If you are a skilled and talented individual and fulfil the Australian Migration criteria, you can move to the country, along with your family, within 6 to 9 months. However, it is imperative to note that you will need complete guidance and handholding from an experienced and registered Australian migration consultant. A slight mistake can cause major delays and even refusals.
Some basic requirements for migrating to Australia on a PR visa are:
- Degree / Diploma Holder
- 4 years of Work Experience
- Speak, Read, Write English
- Below 45 years of age
So how can FBP help a Palestinian UAE resident migrate to Australia?
FBP International Dubai, UAE through its associations with MARA agents and Australian lawyers is one of the finest and specialist Australian immigration firms. The team at FBP International Dubai is under supervision of Australians who are immigration specialists and legal practitioners.
FBP offers following managed and turnkey Australian immigration services from Dubai:
- Australia Skilled Migration
- Australia Business / Investor Settlement
- Australian Partner / Parent Visa / Child Visa
- Complete Documentation Services
- Pre-Departure and Post Landing service management
- Visa Refusal Appeal Cases
If you opt to migrate to Australia via FBP International Dubai, following are the 4 simple steps that you will follow.
Step 1 – Find out if you qualify
Meet our consultants to assess your credentials and find out if you qualify for migration
Step 2 – Submit all your documents
Complete the document checklist and provide all paperwork required
Step 3 – Lodge your application
Get your qualifications assessed and lodge your visa application
Step 4 – Visa Grant
Get the Visa, make your move and start your new life in Australia
Basically, FBP will hand hold you throughout the process of your migration to Australia. FBP International Dubai also provides post landing services such as helping you find a relevant job, real estate matters and banking guidance etc. The basic philosophy of FBP international is to champion your right to a safe and secure future in Australia. You can click here to get in touch with FBP and start your Australian migration process today!