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2019 Australian Immigration Predictions & The Good, The Bad, The Ugly From 2018

2019 Australian Immigration Predictions & The Good, The Bad, The Ugly From 2018

Within the 2018/2019 programme year, Australian immigration has witnessed some massive changes. These changes range from new government, policy changes, the abolishment of the 457 visa, and new visas being implemented. Below you will find a brief summary of changes and what we predict will come in 2019.

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Genuine Position Requirements - ENS 186 Visa, TSS 482 Visa, & RSMS 187 Visa

Genuine Position Requirements - ENS 186 Visa, TSS 482 Visa, & RSMS 187 Visa

Genuine Position Requirements for the ENS Subclass 186 Visa, TSS subclass 482 Visa, & RSMS Subclass 187 Visa. How To Prove Nominated Positison Is A Genuine Position.

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Australian Immigration Policy Update 2019: Visa Refusal & Appeal Processing Times

Australian Immigration Policy Update 2019: Visa Refusal & Appeal Processing Times

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When it comes to Australian immigration it is essential to know what deadlines you have and that you abide by them. The Department of Home Affairs adheres to strict time limits that apply to all applicants. With that being said, in November 2018 the Federal Court of Australia (FCA) set a new precedent that grants the AAT power to extend time limits for review cases. This meant that the Australian visa appeals and migration review tribunal, on a case by case basis, would be able to allow a refused applicant extra time to appeal the administrative decision. Less than a month later though, the Full Court repealed the decision of the FCA and decided that every applicant in a migration matter must apply to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) within the allotted time limit.

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6 Requirements You Need To Know For VETASSESS Skills Assessement

6 Requirements You Need To Know For VETASSESS Skills Assessement

The Department of Home Affairs requires Australian Skilled Visa applicants to provide detailed information regarding their qualifications and employment history. To ensure you meet the Australian qualifications, Home Affairs requires that you complete a migration skills assessment form an assessing authority.

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7 Ways To Get A Successful Partner Visa/Marriage Visa & Faster Processing Times

7 Ways To Get A Successful Partner Visa/Marriage Visa & Faster Processing Times

The application process and processing times for the Australian Offshore Partner visa 309/100, Prospective Marriage Visa 300, and Onshore Partner Visa 820/801 can be very long. To be eligible for a Partner Visa you must be legally married to, or in a de facto relationship (common law), with an Australian citizen or permanent resident.

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