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Department of home affairs update exemption list for visa holders

Australia government is steadily preparing the economy to recover whilst placing health and safety as highest priority for Australian residents. A recent update announcement by the Department of Home Affairs have now announced that holders of a subclass 188 visa are automatically exempt from travel restrictions and can enter Australia, and do not need to…

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State Governments Nominations are temporarily opened from 10/9/2020 until 6 October 2020

Quick update!!! Department of Home Affairs has temporarily allocated a small number of places to the States and Territories for Subclasses 190 and 491 nominations and the Business Innovation and Investment classes up until the Federal Budget on 6 October 2020 The MIA have provided us the specific number of interim allocated places for each…

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Registered Migration Agents in Brisbane, Queensland Australia

Confident in our practice experience and code of conduct, Mygration team can be trusted with your enquiry. As registered migration agents in Brisbane our team has more than 20 years’ combined migration experience in providing services for clients nationally and internationally. We provide free no obligation assessments with initial phone or email discussions which take…

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Why applying for your temporary work visa for Australia is not that difficult

A temporary visa also known as a provisional visa can provide permanent residency pathways. Temporary work visas have key features and requirements. The idea is that you have core skills that meet the labour market needs in Australia. Australia has employers or companies who are struggling to find suitable labour for those essential skills. They…

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CRITICAL SKILLS URGENTLY REQUIRED TO SUPPORT AUSTRALIA BUSINESS NEEDS

Acting Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Affairs Alan Tudge has released a media statement which demonstrates their recognition of critical skills needed to support Australian businesses The new priority skills list will allow small numbers of sponsored skilled workers to return to Australia to fill urgent skills needs in critical sectors, helping…

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