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Policy Update: South Australia State Sponsorship Occupation List Changes

Policy Update: South Australia State Sponsorship Occupation List Changes

Immigration SA has conducted a mid-year review that resulted in an updated occupation list for the General Skilled Migration (GSM) visas.

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Australian Immigration: In-Depth Review of Changes From 2018-2019

Australian Immigration: In-Depth Review of Changes From 2018-2019

Throughout 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. Scroll the index below to find an in-depth summary of changes and what we predict will come in 2019.

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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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First Australian Space Agency, Steel, & SISA Rockets South Australia Into The Future

First Australian Space Agency, Steel, & SISA Rockets South Australia Into The Future

In the past month, the South Australian government has finalized some ground-breaking developments for the state. First, we witnessed the creation of a new visa, the SISA visa, which aims to attract an array of young dedicated entrepreneurs. Second, a massive contract has been signed to transform Whyalla steelworks industry. Most notably though, this morning Adelaide has been granted the headquarters for Australia’s first dedicated space agency.

“This Is what vision looks like”

- Prime Minister Scott Morrison

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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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