November 2014 - Mygration
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China-Australia Free Trade Agreement Announced

The negotiations have been long but it looks like the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) has finally been announced.  Securing this agreement has given Australia access to a strong and beneficial trifecta of economies. Korea, Japan and now China account for more than 60% of Australia’s exports and make up Australia’s three largest export markets.…

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New English Language Testing for Visa applications

There will be significant changes coming in to effect as of the 23rd of November (this Sunday) in regards to the testing and test scores to assess and specify the proficiency of the English language for Visa applicants to Australia. Any Visa applicant who lodges their application on and after the 23rd of November will…

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Brisbane Farwells the G20 Summit

Last weekend Brisbane city, the capital of Queensland Australia played host to 20 of the worlds most influential leaders at the 2014 G20 Summit.  Amongst the leaders that attended the summit were President Barack Obama, President Vladimir Putin, Prime Minister David Campbell and President Xi Jinping.  The priorities that were listed on the G20 agenda this…

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Streamlined Visa Processing Extended to Student Visas

From the 23rd of November, it’s going to be a whole lot easier for overseas students to study in Australia.  The Minister for Immigration and Border Protection Scott Morrison, announced earlier in the week the intention to allow an additional 55 education providers to the list of study institutions eligible for the Streamlined Visa Processing…

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Professional Accounting Associations accept TOEFL

The Test Of English as a Foreign Language or TOEFL is a world recognised system designed to test the ability and skill level of the applicants understanding of the English language.  The test has been taken by over 27 million people around the world. There are many reasons why international residents take the TOEFL and…

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Australian Government proposes new Premium Investment Visa

The Australian government is in the process of discussing and reviewing the proposal for a new Visa which is specifically aimed at international investors whom can meet a $15 million threshold of eligible investment in Australia. The proposed Premium Investment Visa (PIV) differs from the current Significant Investment Visa (SIV) as it offers a more…

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