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2018 Federal Budget impact for general practitioners seeking Australia immigration

Skilled Work Visas for General Practitioners in Australia The Federal Government has announced a plan to increase general practitioner numbers by improving the targeting of visas to areas experiencing experienced shortages from 1 January 2019. As part of the plan to ensure growth in overall doctor numbers, the Australian government will aim to bring in…

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Australian visa application refusals

Are you seeking assistance with Australian visa application refusals? Receiving a visa refusal decision notice for your visa application can be distressful. Generally decisions affecting visa refusals are aligned to the assessment criteria for the type of visa you have lodged. Your application and information you have provided to support your application is carefully cross…

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STEM and ICT Qualified Industry Visas for Australia

We all know that the world is dependent on science and technology like never before which means that the demand for sci-tech skilled workers continues to rise. The Australian Government has recognized this and put several systems in place to ensure that foreign skilled workers have the ability to easily apply for a working visa…

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Australia’s Skilled Occupations List 2018 (MLTSSL) and (STSOL)

A single list of eligible skilled occupations is provided in the link below to assist you to determine which visa program may be available to you depending on your occupation. The Australian economy experiences growth every year. Accordingly there becomes a need to adjust the Australian Skilled Migration List with occupations that cannot be filled…

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Temporary Graduate visa (subclass 485)

The Temporary Graduate visa (subclass 485) The “TR visa” also known as the Graduate Temporary Subclass 485 visa is a temporary work visa for students that are international who have studied at least two academic years in Australia. This Visa may be simple in concept, the arrangements are quite technical for the Graduate Temporary Subclass…

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ENS and RSMS Employer sponsored and nominated visas (SC186 ENS Visas and SC187 RSMS Visas)

The SC186 ENS and SC187 RSMS visas are for applicants who want to hold a permanent residency visa for Australia whilst working for their nominated employer. This can be achieved by either the applicant working for the employer for a period of 2 years’ full time firstly on a temporary skilled 457 working visa which…

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Temporary Work (Skilled) visa subclass 457 for Australia

The Temporary Work (Skilled) (subclass 457 visa) allows businesses operating in Australia the ability to sponsor skilled overseas workers to fill skill shortages within their organisations. The 457 temporary skilled work visas are suited to applicants who are looking to work for/ or currently working for a lawfully operating employer in Australia. The benefit of…

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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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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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Green Motion Disallowing Tougher Regulations on Visa Applications has passed the Senate

Tough new regulations which revoke visas from migrants who provided false or misleading information on their Australian visa applications, have been rejected by the Senate. The Green party had submitted a motion to disallow the regulations, which also covered application mistakes, and this passed the upper house on Tuesday 31-29. Had the regulations passed, the…

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