Moving from Canada to work and try and live in Australia?

I just recently graduated from University with a bachelors degree in Communications and will be going to Australia to find work and try and live there and become a permanent resident. Which visa do I need to apply for? I have already used the WHV 457. I plan on staying in Australia and becoming a permanent resident. I have a grandmother, and aunt who live in Australia and many friends there as well. I really need to know the best way to go about this process so that can stay and find work. Even if it takes working as in the Skilled Occupations jobs for a while.. how and where can I apply for those? Can you let me know all of my options, thanks!!

Asked By: - 12/15/2012
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If you've already used your once in a lifetime WHV (which was a 417, not a 457) opportunity, then the ONLY way you can live and work in Australia is if you can get a skilled work visa and as a new graduate with a Communications bachelor degree, that's going to be extremely difficult and perhaps impossible... More
Answered By: Ozmaniac - 12/15/2012
Additional Answers (4)
Do it
Answered By: Jim Halpert - 12/15/2012
It's 6.20 Sunday morning in Australia mate, who exactly do you think is going to be up and about to answer this question? Why don't you contact the Australian Embassy on Monday and see if someone there can help you.
Answered By: Mark IX - 12/15/2012
You have a bachelors and no experience, no serious expertise. Same swamped boat as millions of other college grads are trying to remain afloat in. Worldwide labor glut of a billion people. Granted most are incapable of growing a bean so they have something to eat, but competition is stiff worldwide at every level... More
Answered By: ibu guru - 12/15/2012
The only way you can live and work in Australia is if you qualify to immigrate, you must be qualified and experienced in an occupation listed as needing skilled workers
Answered By: tuppenybitz - 12/15/2012
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