Many general and personal factors influence someone's decision to migrate. It is understood that an immigrant always strives after a better 'quality of life'. The economic opportunities for prosperity in Australia are an important reason to immigrate. The employment rate is high and prospects are promising in this enormous and rich country.
Australia has evolved an immigration policy which encourages anyone who meets the selection criteria to apply to emigrate regardless of sex, religion, or ethnic and national origin because of this country's increasing participation in international markets a greater emphasis is now placed on the "skill" element of the Migration Program.
There is a range of visa options under the General Skilled Migration program for skilled workers who want to live in Australia and who do not have an employer sponsoring them. These include options for skilled people applying as an independent migrant as well as those sponsored by a relative, or nominated by a State or Territory government. You will need to decide which immigration program will work best for you and your family.