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Regional 485 visa

The Australian government has announced that from November 2021, international students will be able to apply for an additional year on a second post-study work visa if they complete their higher education or postgraduate qualification in a regional area, and live in a regional area while holding a Temporary Graduate (subclass 485) visa. SkilledGraduate visa […]

Good news ! Two new visas are getting introduced in Australia under regional skilled migration program with close to 700 skills on the occupation list

New pathway to Permanent residency to Australia There are two new skilled regional provisional visas introduced in November 2019 for regional Australian workers: • Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional (Provisional) visa is for people sponsored by an employer in regional Australia. • Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) visa is for people who are nominated by a State […]

Australia now offers up to 4 years of post-study work rights

Students planning to go outside India for his/her studies does so with the hope of staying on in the country. Either permanently or at least for a couple of more years to gain meaningful work experience. In fact, if you do not have a job offer for you once you get back, it would be […]

Supporting international students to support Australian jobs

The Morrison Government is making a variety of changes to student visa arrangements to form sure Australia remains a priority destination for international students as we emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic. International students are extremely important to Australia and our economy, contributing $40 billion annually and supporting 250,000 jobs. Many also endure becoming great Australian […]

Credentialed Community Language (CCL)

The Credentialed Community Language Test (CCL) is an assessment of your language abilities at a community level. The CCL Test is generally taken by the applicants who are looking to lodge a point-based visa application. On successfully passing the test, applicants are awarded five bonus points. These bonus points are also referred to as Credentialed Community […]

Character requirements for visas

You may not pass the character requirements in some circumstances. These include if:   you have a substantial criminal record you have been convicted of escaping from immigration detention, or convicted for an offence that you committed: while you were in immigration detention during an escape from immigration detention after an escape, but before you were […]

Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional

Sub class 494 is skilled employer sponsored regional (provisional) visa will introduce on 16 November 2019.it is the replacement of subclass 187. It has allocated 9000 places for applicants in each year. The 494 visa holder may eligible for191 skilled regional PR visa in future. It is available in two streams Employer sponsored and Labor […]

Job projections based on skill demands

Australian government has conducted a research on the possible job requirements across Australia. The job position increase and decrease were predicted based on the industry growth. These projections were derived from Australian statistics website. Occupations Number of Jobs to be Added per year   ( in multiples of 1000) Chief Executives, MD, 4.8 Advertising, Public […]

Australian student Experience Survey

The SES is mainly conducted by the Australian Government Department of Education and Training and has been administered by the Social Research Centre. The purpose of the survey is to find out the satisfaction levels of the students ( both domestic & international) The satisfaction levels of Graduate International Students S.No Aspect Positive Score 1 […]

New ACT state nomination requirement from 29th of Nov 2018

Canberra to Re open to nominations for skilled migrants: ACT (Australian Capital Territory) Government has announced the re-opening of state nomination program after its partial closure in June 2018. The nominated Skilled Migration Subclass 190 visa program will reopen on 29th November 2018 for in-demand occupations on the ACT skilled occupation list. The ACT Government, however, […]

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