Australia’s new skills list Australia has released a new skills list; the Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List (PMSOL). The PMSOL identifies Australia’s current critical skills needs, using data from the National Skills Commission and Commonwealth departments. This list is temporary and may change as Australia’s economy recovers from COVID-19. About the Priority Migration Skilled Occupation […]
If you are applying for a skilled visa this will be much welcomed news – Australia’s state nominations are reopening! States and Territories have received a very small number of allocations under the 491/190 visa programmes. These allocations will cover the period until the Federal Budget is released on 6 October 2020. State Nominations Reopen […]
The partner visa category accounts for around 25% of Australia’s migration program, making it the largest category in the family stream. As with many visa types, partner visa processing times have continued to increase year-on-year. Current Processing Times The Department of Home Affairs publishes visa processing times on their website, updating it monthly to reflect […]
Migration Agents in the UK Are you searching for a Migration Agent to process your Australian visa? You are in luck – there are a few respected and experienced Migration Agents in the UK who offer a variety of visa services. A good Migration Agent will identify the best visa pathway available for you, using […]
The IAA and Immigration Advice The Immigration Advisers Authority (IAA) is an independent body, created to protect the interests of applicants receiving New Zealand immigration advice. This includes advising which visa an applicant is eligible for, or assisting someone in applying for a visa. Anyone giving immigration advice must hold a current licence, unless they […]
The Australian Working Holiday Visa As lockdown restrictions slowly begin to ease, many people are looking towards future travel plans. The Australian Working Holiday Visa (subclass 417) is a popular choice for those wishing to spend a year working and travelling around Australia. This visa costs $485.00 AUD and is generally processed within one month, […]
Introducing Engineers Australia Engineers Australia (EA) is Australia’s largest engineering body, representing around 100,000 engineers and conducting migration skills assessments for several professions. EA assess over 30 occupations for skills assessments – popular occupations include: Civil Engineer Engineering Technologist Telecommunications Engineer Electrical Engineer And more… Migration Skills Assessment for Engineers Assessments are split into two […]
Transitioning your Job to Australia As COVID-19 continues to impact global movement, preparing for your move to Australia can feel a bit daunting. So, together with Hays Globalink, we bring you some practical tips on how to transition your career to Australia and move forward with your relocation plans. Upskill with Hays Thrive Hays Thrive […]
Processing Times for Parent Visas The Department of Home Affairs do not provide processing times for Contributory Parent, Contributory Aged Parent and Aged Parent visa applications. This is because applications for these visas are subject to capping and queuing. Capping means that a limited number of visas are granted each Migration Program year. Once this number is […]
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