Posts Tagged ‘Australian immigration law’

Skilled Visa Program closed until further notice

1 July 2020 was supposed to be the start of the new migration program year and the Australian Government was due to release 189, 190 and 491 visa quotas for the 2020-21 year. Instead the Skilled Visa Program is now closed and the Department of Home Affairs has not given the state governments their new General Skilled Migration (GSM) quotas.…

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Newest changes in Immigration: DOHA Occupation List changes – 11 March 2019

Today the Department of Home Affairs announced several changes to Australia’s skilled occupations lists which apply to popular visa programs such as General Skilled Migration (Subclasses 485, 489, 189 and 190) as well as Employer Sponsored Visas (Sublasses 186, 187, 482). For many this will mean good news! SummaryIn total, 36 occupations were added to…

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WE ARE HIRING: Migration Agent Assistant – apply now!!

WE ARE HIRING!! We are looking for an assistant – can be Brisbane or Darwin based. Our practice assists individuals and businesses with Australian immigration matters, such as visa and citizenship applications. Essentially, we have Registered Migration Agents and Lawyers providing advice and assistance across a broad range of service areas, including student visas, family visas, employer sponsored…

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Why use a Registered Migration Agent?

If you are wondering whether you should use a Registered Migration Agent or not, we can recommend watching the helpful video below. It is from the Office of the Migration Agents Registration Authority (MARA) which is part of the Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection. You can watch the video in the following languages: English,…

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