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New skilled 491 and 494 visas for regional Australia – Will you qualify?

New skilled 491 and 494 visas for regional Australia – Will you qualify?

From 16 November 2019 the Department of Home Affairs will introduce two new skilled regional provisional visas with a new permanent visa pathway from November 2022. The two new provisional visas will supersede two existing visas and will include some significant changes that prospective applicants need to be aware of.

 

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Scott Morrisons New Australian Immigration Plan Cuts 30,000 Spots, Adds New Visas, & Helps Employers In Regional Australia

Scott Morrisons New Australian Immigration Plan Cuts 30,000 Spots, Adds New Visas, & Helps Employers In Regional Australia

The Morrison Government has released a plan to reduce congestion in major cities, encourage more skilled migrants to enter and reside in regional areas. On 20 March 2019, Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced that for the next four years immigration will be capped 160,000 migrants per year. While the total amount of immigration will be capped, the number of skilled migrants entering Australia will be raised using regional visas and skilled visa streams.

 

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Australian Occupation List Update: STSOL, MLTSSL, & Regional Migration

Australian Occupation List Update: STSOL, MLTSSL, & Regional Migration

On 11 March 2019, the Australian skilled occupation lists were significantly updated. The changes include occupations being added or removed, as well as conditions being added. Moreover, occupations have been moved from Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL), to Short Term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL), and Regional Migration.

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New Australian Parent Visa: Five-year Temporary Sponsored Parent Visa (Subclass 870) Available 2019

New Australian Parent Visa: Five-year Temporary Sponsored Parent Visa (Subclass 870) Available 2019

Parents and Grandparents of Australian Citizens, Permanent Migrants, and eligible New Zealand citizens will be able to come to Australia and stay for up to 5 years per visit through the Temporary Sponsored Parent Visa (Subclass 870) and re-apply for another in 3 or 5 years from 1 July 2019. 

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New Nomination Criteria Rewards South Australian International Students (190 visa & 489 visa)

New Nomination Criteria Rewards South Australian International Students (190 visa & 489 visa)

On 28 February 2019, Immigration SA has introduced some changes to its general skilled migration nomination policies. These changes are aimed to enhance South Australian immigration by encouraging skilled international graduates to remain and reside in South Australia.

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