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Skill Select Update – 2018 December

| January 19, 2019
Skill Select Update – 2018 December

Skill Select Update Good news for our clients; in the last skill select invitation round (being 11 October 2018) the number of invitations issued for the subclass 189 visa more than tripled. The total number of invitations went up from 2,490 to 4,340. That’s a significant 74% increase. The point score cut-off remains 70, with the […]

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Australian Migration Changes in 2019

| January 19, 2019
Australian Migration Changes in 2019

The new year brings changes to an ever-shifting Australian immigration system. 1. Longer processing times for partner visas Partner visas take longer to process. Because the Family Violence Bill passed in the Senate last November, partner visa sponsorships need to be approved first before applications are lodged. This means that potential offshore applicants and sponsors […]

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117 Occupations Open for Skilled Migration in Northern Territory

117 Occupations Open for Skilled Migration in Northern Territory

AUSTRALIAN PERMANENT RESIDENCY in NORTHERN TERRİTORY Over the next five years, low skilled migrants with limited English will have the option to apply for permanent residency after living and working in the Northern Territory for at least three years. From cooks to family day care workers to motor mechanics, low skilled migrants will now be […]

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Migration pushes Australia to become the world’s 11th biggest economy

Migration pushes Australia to become the world’s 11th biggest economy

Population growth will help propel Australia to become the world’s 11th biggest economy within a decade, a report predicts. The London-based Centre for Economics and Business Research is forecasting Australia will climb two places on its world economic league table by 2026 from its current ranking of 13. Countries that depend on brainpower to drive […]

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A new record in Australian International Student numbers

A new record in Australian International Student numbers

Australia’s international education industry has strengthened across the board, pushing student numbers to new record levels according to the latest data. But doubts have started to emerge over how long the country can maintain its growth streak. Records continued to fall for Australian international education, but clouds are starting to form, as the country’s reliance […]

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