Author: Dilip Nooney

Australia’s simplified student visa framework ( SSVF ) changes. and How To guide for subclass 500

Australia’s simplified student visa framework (SSVF) came into effect from July 1 2016. The following changes have come into effect from 1st July 2016: All the international students will apply for a single Student visa (subclass 500), regardless of their chosen course of study. Only student guardians will apply for the new Student Guardian visa […]

Testimonial from Ushanth and Dinusha for PR visa application Subclass 189

Dear Dilip and team, We would like to thank you very much for all your support and guidance in every step of the way towards getting successful outcome for our PR visa application. We are glad that we got to know you so that we got through several complicated steps with your guidance and expertise. […]

testimonial from Ravi Kiran Vempadapu ( Independent Skill Migrant – 189 PR Visa Processing )

Hi Dilip, Hope you are doing good! “I would like to take this opportunity to say big thanks to Future in Australia team for the great job you did! When I looked at your website the first time and reviewed some comments about you over the internet, I thought “I got to go with these […]

Open opportunity to work in Australia

If you are planning to work in Australia after completion of your engineering qualification from USA and canadian universities , you have an opportunity open for you. Overview : This 18 month temporary visa is for engineering graduates of recognized overseas universities with skills in demand in Australia. Recognised Graduate (subclass 476) visa holders will […]

New Student Visa System in Australia for 2016

Australia has adopted a new student visa processing system that might make life a little easier for future students and higher education providers. The proposed new process, called, the simplified student visa framework (SSVF), will launch in July 2016 replacing the streamlined visa processing (SVP), which has been used since 2012. The changes are great […]

State nomination for Australian PR without IELTS and ‘work experience’ is now possible

South Australia has announced exemptions from English language requirements and work experience to a particular category of state nomination applicants. Under the new scheme, high performing international graduates from public universities in South Australia, will be able to claim these exemptions, besides ‘financial requirement waiver’. Such applicants will also have access to a more extensive […]

Migration Pathway for NZ Citizens May Disadvantage Skilled Applicants

Migration Pathway for NZ Citizens May Disadvantage Skilled Applicants A new migration pathway for New Zealand Citizens has been announced, and is due to come into effect from 1 July 2017. The new pathway makes it possible for NZ citizens who have lived in Australia for 5 years and who have been earning taxable income […]

Australia Skilled Migration Update

Skilled Occupations List for 2015-16 Announced The Skilled Occupations List (SOL 1) and CSOL (state and employer sponsored) lists have been announced for the 2015-16 Financial Year for Australia skilled migration and will apply from 1 July 2015. The news is good for accountants, with no accounting occupations being removed from the SOL 1. Urban […]

Accountant skills assessment process for Australia migration is going to change

The Accounting Professional Bodies have announced changes to the skills assessment requirements. It is going to be more difficult to meet the educational requirements for skills assessment from 1 July 2015. The changes see the current 12 core accounting areas reduced to 9. Most applicants will need to show that they meet 7 of these, […]

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