Vic: new website for Chinese migrants

‘The Skilled and Business Migration Program is pleased to launch its first bilingual section of this site, now featuring comprehensive new content in Mandarin’

The Live in Melbourne’s website includes the following announcement:

New content includes detailed information on:  

  • Business and investor visas 
  • Doing business in Victoria
  • Victoria’s main industries and regions 
  • Melbourne’s lifestyle and living areas
  • Migrating to Melbourne and relocation assistance
  • Education, healthcare and housing
  • The cost of living in Melbourne compared to China (Shanghai).

More than 5,000 skilled, investor and business migrants gain visa nomination in Victoria annually and China is one of the top five source countries for migrants nominated by Victoria. The new bilingual site reinforces our global strategy to connect Victoria to the world by attracting investment and talent through migration and adds to the services provided to our Chinese international audience.

We invite you to view the site and send us your feedback via email to our Relationship Managers:

Mr Nick Yanexternal link or Mr Chris Jiaexternal link (both Mandarin speaking). 



  • 商业与投资签证 
  • 在维州经商
  • 维州主要产业与地区 
  • 墨尔本的生活方式与居住地区
  • 移民墨尔本与迁居协助
  • 教育、医疗与住房
  • 墨尔本与中国(上海)生活成本对比情况


在此诚邀您访问本网站,并将您的反馈意见以电邮形式发送给客户经理:Nick Yan先生或Chris Jia先生(两位都可普通话交流)。

电邮分别为 link

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Sergio Zanotti Stagliorio is a Registered Migration Agent (MARN 1461003). He is the owner of Target Migration in Sydney. He can be reached at

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