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Immigration SA priority processing trial for Subclass 132/188 Nominations

Immigration SA have advised MIA of the following changes to processing priority for subclass 132 and 188 state nomination applications: •    Effective for applications submitted from 25 January 2018, priority processing will be given to those applicants that have previously visited South Australia (this visit can also occur after 25 January 2018).  Evidence of this will…

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What to expect during your professional consultation?

Your agent will use a 30-60-minute interactive and confidential consultation with you to determine your visa eligibility. We do this by asking you non-confronting and open-ended questions purely to determine whether there are any other potential issues to be expected in the application process or to find alternative and more suitable migration pathways for you.…

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Planning on Attending the 2018 Commonwealth Games? Use a Registered Migration Agent to Get Your Visa in Time.

With less than 4 months to go until the 2018 Commonwealth Games hits the Gold Coast, there will likely be a late scramble for Australian tourist visas. Give yourself peace-of-mind and don’t get caught out by applying with adequate time beforehand. The Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018) will take place from the 4th to 15th of…

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Visa Changes for Applicants in Same-sex Relationships

As of 9th December 2017, following the legalisation of same-sex marriage in Australia, you may apply for a visa as your partner’s ‘spouse’ if you are in a same-sex marriage. These same-sex marriage changes mean you can apply as your partner’s ‘spouse’ as opposed to their ‘de facto partner’. The following Partner visas are affected…

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Sky-high Sydney House Prices Open Opportunities for Investment in Queensland

According to Macquarie Bank researchers, rocketing Sydney property prices will cause a wave of migration to South East Queensland. Sydney house prices are almost double those in other capital cities, while Queensland has rising job creation. This appears to be setting the stage for another wave of Queensland migration. It is important to note that…

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