Posts Tagged ‘skilled occupation list’

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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FREE Immigration Law Seminar in Darwin

This FREE seminar will discuss Australian Immigration laws, as well as recent and upcoming changes in the Visa system introduced by the Department of Home Affairs. WHEN: Tuesday, 10 July 2018. 4-5:30pm WHERE: 38 Wood Street, Darwin CBD (GTNT) The program includes: – Relevant Visas: Skilled Visas & Employer Sponsored Visas – Recent and upcoming…

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How to Find Work in Australia

Making the move to Australia can be an exciting time, but also somewhat daunting if you are looking at moving under a Work, Employer Sponsored or Skilled Visa. Or you may be already in Australia on a temporary visa and need to find work suited to your qualifications. One of the most common questions we…

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187 RSMS Visa – RCB approved in only 5 weeks!

Congratulations to our clients who got the 187 RSMS Visa – Regional Certifying Body (RCB) approval in only 5 weeks!  The RCB application is the first step of a 187 Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (RSMS) Visa. The second step is the Nomination, followed by the third step: Visa application. However, you don’t have to wait…

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Skilled Regional Visa Subclass 489

There have been significant changes in Australian immigration law this year. We have been receiving many enquiries from people who are unsure if they still qualify for a visa. The Skilled Regional Visa Subclass 489 is still a great visa option! In particular, changes to the age limit to 45 years and higher English language skills…

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BREAKING NEWS: Queensland suspends Skilled Visa program

Business and Skilled Migration Queensland (BSMQ) has announced a temporary suspension for the acceptance of all applications for Queensland Skilled Visa Nominations under the State Nominated scheme Subclasses 190 and 489, due to having reached their Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) allocated ceiling. What does this mean for you? Applicants who have a paid, unfinalised application with BSMQ can choose either to remain in the queue…

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