Learn how Australian farmers can hire international workers under the Dairy Industry Labour Agreement. The Dairy Industry Labour Agreement The dairy industry is facing ongoing labour shortages across Australia. In response, The Australian Government has created the Dairy Industry Labour Agreement. This agreement allows farmers to employ overseas workers under two occupations. Senior Dairy Cattle […]
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There are many reasons to move to Australia as an electrician. Keep reading to find out why! Electricians earn big money in Australia Electricians have high earning potential in Australia. Some parts of Australia offer salaries which are double that of the UK! If you’re looking for a better wage as an electrician, then Australia […]
Are you interested in migrating to Australia as a chef? Because now may be the perfect time! Learn about Chef skills assessment Australia. Australia’s hospitality industry has critical skills shortages, with chefs and cooks in high demand. Moreover, there are skilled visa pathways for chefs in many Australian states. Below, we explain the skilled visa […]
If you are interested in migrating to Australia as a Hairdresser, now may be the perfect time! There are skilled visa pathways for Hairdressers in several Australian states. Below, we explain the skilled visa process for hairdressers. Skills Assessment for Hairdressers Hairdressers migrating to Australia are required to complete a skills assessment through VETASSESS. VETASSESS […]
An AUD/GBP currency update from our Foreign Exchange Partner Halo Financial. GBP/AUD – AUD/GBP: The GBP/AUD exchange rate has pushed through $1.91 and heading towards $1.92 at the time of writing. This is the first time it has hit this level for almost 21 months! If you are moving to Australia, you may want to […]
Australia has long relied on skilled worker to fill jobs and support their economy. In the wake of the pandemic the stats are clear – Australia needs skilled workers. Australia needs skilled workers As a result of the Covid pandemic, Australia faces massive labour shortages. The mass exodus of temporary visa holders and closed borders […]
Applying for an Australian skilled visa is a lengthy and complicated process. The purpose of Australia’s skilled migration program is to fill gaps in Australia’s workforce to grow their economy. This is reflected in Australia’s skilled occupation lists and state sponsorship requirements, both of which dictate who can secure a visa to live and work […]
New occupations added to PMSOL Australia’s PMSOL (Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List) has nearly doubled following the addition of 22 new occupations. The PMSOL is temporary and updated in accordance with Australia’s labour shortages. The Government liaises with employers, business leaders and industry bodies to determine occupations in need. These most recent changes saw multiple […]
Australian State Sponsorship Invitations Some positive news for our skilled visa clients! Last week, nine Visa Go Australia clients received invitations from the South Australian and Tasmanian Government. These clients can now proceed with lodgement of their skilled visa applications. Securing Australian state sponsorship has become increasingly difficult during the COVID pandemic, especially for offshore […]
The COVID pandemic brought Australia’s migration program to a halt, with strict travel bans and temporary visa holders advised to return home. As the country rebuilds its economy, Australian businesses are reporting a shortage of skilled workers. Politicians recognise that Australia needs skilled migrants to support economic growth, whilst protecting jobs for current Australian residents. […]
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