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The Federal Govt. of Australia has announced 3 special visa agreements. These agreements will allow designated regional areas in Australia to sponsor foreign workers to meet labour shortages. David Coleman, […]
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Australian Capital Territory has updated its occupation list. There are now 84 occupations which are now open for state sponsorship applications. The ACT is now accepting applications for state sponsorship (Subclass […]
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South Australia has reviewed and updated its Skilled Occupation List following the changes to the federal SOL. Changes have been made to the SNOL (State Nominated Occupation List) as well […]
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An Australian senator has been strongly criticised after he blamed the New Zealand shooting on Muslim immigration. Following the attack, which left 49 people dead at two mosques in Christchurch, Fraser Anning tweeted: “Does […]
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Scott Morrison, Australian PM, said that the case for cutting down immigration numbers is based on past experiences. He said that the immigration intake in the past many years has been […]
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Immigration is once again a hot political topic, with the NSW and Federal elections imminent. It has again been linked to population pressures and congestion in Sydney and Melbourne and […]
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Canberra: The Australian government will slash the nation’s permanent migrant intake from 190,000 to 160,000 in the lead-up to May’s general election, authorities said on Tuesday.  Fairfax Media and News […]
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The effectiveness of the federal government’s new rules for skilled worker migrants, designed to encourage people to settle in the regions, has been questioned by a former senior immigration bureaucrat. […]
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The government announced significant changes to the Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS) visa Subclass 186 and Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (RSMS) visa Subclass 187 in April 2017 with the major changes […]
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