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 […]
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The Government has announced an important Australian travel update. Australian Travel Update From 15 December 2021, Australia will open its borders to a number of fully vaccinated travellers. Since March 2020, Australia has enforced some of the world’s tightest border controls, including on its own citizens. Previously, only Australian citizens, permanent residents and immediate family […]
Do you want to teach in Australia? Then join us and anznzuk Education as we deliver a webinar on emigrating to Australia as a teacher. Teach in Australia – Australian visa Q & A If you are a teacher interested in taking your career to Australia, then this is the event for you! You will […]
Have Australian borders reopened? Last week, news headlines ‘Australia is re-opening’ created excitement for many. Since March 2020, Australia has enforced some of the strictest border controls, separating families and disrupting social cohesion. There are many people wishing to both leave and enter Australia, and as we look closer at Australia’s announcement, we explain what […]
Applying for an Australian Travel Exemption Australia’s borders remain closed to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Travel to Australia is only available if an individual is exempt or is granted an Australian travel exemption Current details of travel exemption eligibility can be found on the department website. A new exempt category The department recently […]
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 […]
A look into how Covid has changed Australia’s immigration policies and how they plan to recover from the pandemic. How Covid has impacted Australia Since the beginning of the Covid pandemic more than 21 million Covid tests have been undertaken in Australia, with 30,685 confirmed cases and 910 deaths (people who died with COVID). In […]
Australia Covid Update Today the National Cabinet met to provide an Australia covid update, including revised policies affecting international arrivals. As Australia tries to suppress the Covid-19 virus, the recent Sydney outbreak and vaccine rollout were also deliberated. An overview of the policy changes are outlined below. You can read the full media statement on […]
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 […]
Australia continues to have strict border measures, flight caps and quarantine requirements in place. Below, we outline details of entering Australia during COVID. Who can enter Australia? Australian citizens, permanent residents and select exempt categories can currently enter Australia. On arrival, passengers must complete 2 weeks quarantine in a designated hotel. The costs must be […]
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