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  • Northern Territory changes the skilled nominated criteria
    Monday June 8th, 2020
    Northern Territory (NT) nomination under General Skilled Migration Program will change criteria from 1 July 2020. The main changes are Currently on Student -if you or any of your migrating dependants are currently on a student visa and are currently studying in an NT institution, you will not be eligible for NT nomination. Have already nominated for SC489 or 491 -if you have already been nominated for a subclass 489 or 491 visa by the NT, you will not be eligible for a subclass 190 nomination.   Source: https://theterritory.com.au/migrate/migrate-to-work/northern-territory-government-visa-nomination/
  • NSW 491 NOMINATION OPEN DATE, 188/132 VISAS RE-OPEN DATE
    Friday May 29th, 2020
    NSW 491 NominationMr Zane Rebronja - Associate Director, NSW Business and Skilled Migration - NSW Treasury who expressed in the recent Migration Agents session that the open date for NSW 491 likely in the new financial year which means it is on or after 1 July. The delay of commencement was due to NSW bushfires and COVID19, there have been some major pushbacks in relation to the 491 visa being rolled out in NSW. The NSW skilled occupation list will remain more or less the same, certain occupations may be added or removed as we continue to assess the damage caused by COVID-19. At present there are approximately 60,000 EOI lodged in the system for NSW.  NSW will continue to...
  • Closure of Victoria’s skilled nominated visa (subclass 190 and 491) program for 2019-2020
    Thursday May 28th, 2020
    From 28 May 2020, Victoria's skilled visa nomination program is closed as the places provided by the Commonwealth Department of Home Affairs for the 2019-20 program year have been filled. This includes both the Skilled Nominated (Permanent) visa (subclass 190) and the Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 491). Applications received prior to 28 May 2020 will continue to be assessed and the candidates will be advised of the outcome in due course. New applications will be accepted in 2020-21. Victoria is facing economic and health challenges posed by coronavirus (COVID-19). To help respond to this challenge, priority will be given to occupations in sectors critical to the coronavirus response in allocating remaining nomination places.
  • Global Talent Visa
    Thursday May 14th, 2020
    If you are a professional currently working in the following industries: * AgTech * Space and Advanced Manufacturing * FinTech * Energy and Mining Technology * MedTech * Cyber Security * Quantum Information, Advanced Digital, Data Science and ICT [spacer height="8px"] and -Your current income is AUD 148,000 (or equivalent currency in your country) annual salary or-There is Australian company that intends to hire you for the above professional positions in Australia and the annual salary will reach the above annual income or-You have a doctoral or master degree in research in the above fields. You can contact us to assist you in applying for the visa.
  • Western Australia Skilled Visa Invitation round on 30 April 2020
    Tuesday May 12th, 2020
  • Covid-19 408 Visa
    Thursday May 7th, 2020
    What is COVID-19 408 Visa? [spacer height="12px"] Can you apply for this visa if stucking in Australia at the moment? This temporary visa is for those who work in a critical sectors for COVID-19 (Agriculture, Food processing, Health care, Aged care, Disability care or Child care). Medical Professional who is making employment arrangements in the health care sector can also apply for this visa. That means if you are not working in these critical sectors, you cannot apply for this visa to help you extending your stay in Australia. You need to apply for other visa if you are eligible to apply or you need to depart if not. Maximum Stay: 12 monthsVisa Application Fee: $0(free)  
  • RECENT CHANGES FOR APPLICANTS AFFECTED BY S48 AND CORONAVIRUS TRAVEL BAN-TAS, QLD AND SA
    Saturday April 25th, 2020
    Tasmania: In support for visa state nomination a Subclass 491 applicant who holds a Bridging Visa A, B, C or E while seeking review of a decision would be required to depart Australia in order to lodge their visa application with the Department of Home Affairs. While travel restrictions are in place many applicants will find it difficult to depart Australia and all will be unable to enter Australia (unless exempt). In an effort to manage this situation, as of 2 April 2020 all applications on hand and lodged thereafter by candidates who hold a Bridging Visa associated with Administrative Appeal Tribunal (AAT) or Federal Court review will continue to be assessed as normal. Unsuccessful applicants will be advised of...
  • ANNOUNCEMENT FROM HOME AFFAIRS ON 04 APRIL ON CORONAVIRUS AND TEMPORARY VISA HOLDERS
    1) Can access their Australian superannuation;2) Flexibility in handling non-compliance of student visa conditions caused from Coronavirus;3) Return to the maximum 40 hours a fortnight from 1 May for students working in supermarket;4) New Zealanders on 444 visas and arrived before 26 February 2001 will have access to welfare payments and the JobKeeper payment;5) Temporary skilled visa holders who have been stood down, but not laid off, will maintain their visa validity and businesses will have the opportunity to extend their visa as per normal arrangements. Businesses will also be able to reduce the hours of the visa holder without the person being in breach of their visa condition;6) Temporary skilled visa holders will also be able to access up...
  • Recent Changes in Western Australia State Nomination
    Friday January 31st, 2020
    You can see there are some new conditions/requirements for some individual occupations under the WA's nominated skilled list, "Regional WA only" or "under Review" as a result of recent changes. "Regional WA only"Candidates nominating for occupations that are designated 'Regional Western Australia only' in the General or Graduate stream must provide evidence of a job offer/contract of employment in a location defined by the Commonwealth as Category 3 - Regional Centres and Other Regional Areas (not Perth and Mandurah). These include the following areas by postcodes: 6041 to 6044, 6084, 6207, 6213, 6215 to 6537, and 6560 to 6770.  It applies to both SC190 and SC491 applicants.   "Under Review"Candidates nominating for occupations that are designated 'Under Review' in the...
  • 🔥 BREAKING NEWS: NSW 491 Regional with MORE CHANCES!
    Monday December 9th, 2019
    New NSW 491 is available for 3 types of applications, onshore, offshore and new graduates from NSW regional CRITERIA ONSHORE APPLICANTS I’m living and working in regional NSW1. Your nominated occupation is on the NSW Stream 1 Regional Skilled Occupation List and;2. You have been working in your nominated occupation, or a closely related occupation*, for at least the last 12 months and;3. You have been living in a designated regional area in NSW, for at least the last 12 months. OFFSHORE APPLICANTS 1. Your nominated occupation is on the NSW Stream 2 Regional Skilled Occupation List and;2. You are residing outside Australia, and;a) You have an offer for ongoing employment in a designated regional area in NSW, from an...