Free emigration assessment

Want to get the process of emigration started? Take the free assessment now to determine whether or not you are eligible for emigration to Australia or New Zealand

Ready to start the process?

Do you want to live, work, study, invest or join your children in Australia or New Zealand? Our Licensed & Registered Migration Adviser will provide you with a full assessment to see if you are eligible for migration to Australia or New Zealand & inform you on which steps to take for a successful application. We will need information such as your age, highest qualification, work experience, family information and financial status (for Business or Investment visa queries).

Our process starts by proving you with a full assessment and pathway to residence after receiving your CV. The ultimate goal of emigration should be to ultimately become a resident of the country you emigrate to. The pathway to residence we provide you with will help you understand exactly what needs to be done to become a resident of your desired country.

Please make sure that your CV contains the following information before uploading to this form:

  • Your Age
  • Details of all completed qualifications, indicate month and year they were awarded
  • Details of full work history, indicate the positions held, month and year for the from and to dates of each employment episode. Please ensure you provide information on the duties performed
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Regardless of where you are in the world, Network Migration Services can assist you with your process of Emigration to Australia or New Zealand. Any type of visa, temporary or permanent. We have over 20 years of experience in the emigration industry. We strive to assist our clients on an international level to secure any Australia or New Zealand visa and ultimately achieve permanent residency in their preferred country of immigration. Testament to our skills, we are fully licensed by the Immigration Advisers Authority and are registered migration agents with the Australian Department of Migration as well as the Migration Institute of Australia and the New Zealand Association for Migration and Investment.