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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 […]

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, […]

Australia July 2017 skilled migration changes

The immigration australia has bought new changes once again on the occupation lists and have made following updation.  Skilled occupations have moved between the STSOL to the MLTSSL That means some of the skills which are previoulsy eligible for only 190 visa subclass are now eligible to also apply for 189 visa subclass( skilled independent […]

Visitor Visas are Online for Indians

Indians wishing to travel to Australia on a visitor visa can now apply on line starting July 1st. This was announced by Australia’s Asst. Minister for Immigration and Border Protection. The new system will offer benefits like 24hr accessibility, electronic payment of visa application fees and the ability to check status of all the online […]

Important Changes Announced for lodging certain Australian Visas

The Department of Immigration and Border Protection has announced from 20th February 2017, the arrangement to lodge certain visas in Australia will change     Career visa (subclass 836) Visitor visa (subclass 600 Tourist Stream) Aged Dependent Relative visa (subclass 838) New Zealand (Family Relationship) visa  (subclass 461) Remaining Relative visa (subclass 835)  It is […]

Australian Government committed to reduces the stay period of 457 visa holders

The Australian government has announced that, it is reducing the stay period of 457 visa holders can remain in Australia after their job ends from 90 days to 60 days. Foreign workers in Australia on a 457 visa will only be able to stay in Australia for 60 days after their employment ends instead of […]

New visas introduced in the temporary work visa categories

Effective from November 19, 2016, new visas will be introduced in the temporary work visa categories. The following visa subclasses will allow applicants to enter Australia for temporary work or a specified activity: 1.Subclass 400 Temporary Work (Short Stay Specialist) Visa. This is a new Temporary work visa which will allow workers to enter Australia […]

The Australian government introduced 4 new subclasses

The Australian government introduced 4 new subclasses from 19th November 2016. These subclasses are useful for graduates and who wants to enter Australia for temporary work or specified activity as explained below. Newly introduced subclasses are: Subclass 400 Temporary Work (Short Stay Specialist) visa: This visa would be for those who want to work in […]

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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