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Maximize Your Immigration Success with Registered Migration Agents

Migration from one country to another can be frustrating for people who is seeking a change in their residency. In fact, several individuals attempting to migrate to Australia usually develop the feeling that the country is doing anything in its power to keep individuals from trying to migrate. Nonetheless, this couldn’t be further from the…

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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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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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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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Skilled Visa E-news

Changes to Eligible Postcodes in Regional Australia  Regional boundary changes for Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (RSMS) As of 17 November 2017, a new legislative instrument (IMMI/059) commenced. This amends the geographic boundaries for RSMS to exclude Perth and surrounding area. The list of Regional Certifying Bodies (RCBs) has also been updated. Due to these changes,…

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Grandfathering provisions 457 to ENS/RSMS Announced

DIBP Fact Sheet Two: Reforms to Australia’s permanent skilled migration program This update provides advice on the grandfathering provisions for holders of Subclass 457 visas up until 18 April 2017. These visa holders can access certain existing provisions under the Temporary Residence Transition (TRT) stream: Occupation requirements remain the same There are no restrictions if…

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Mygration Visa Updates

New notices: Changes in regulation enhancing Community Safety and Visa Integrity New payment methods in ImmiAccount   Changes in regulation enhancing Community Safety and Visa Integrity New regulations have been implemented by the Government, enhancing visa integrity and clearly communicating what is expected of non-citizens while staying in Australia.   Temporary Visa Changes Individuals applying…

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Illegal workers detained in Western Australia

The Australian Border Force (ABF) released a statement regarding the recent detainment of 14 illegal workers who were under employment at a Western Australian farming property.  The workers were from Malaysia and Indonesia and were all working illegally at the property.  Several had had their working visas cancelled due to breaching visa conditions while the…

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