Australia State Nomination – August 2017 UpdatesNo ratings yet.
If you are looking for Australia Immigration under General Skilled Migration program, State Nomination proves to be beneficial and leads to faster selection.
Recently, the State Migration Plans have undergone few changes announced by various states and territories.
Australia Permanent Residency for New Zealand CitizensNo ratings yet.
New Zealand citizens who have resided and acquired an employment experience in Australia for a minimum period of 5 years will be able to apply for Australia permanent residency from 1st July, 2017. This new pathway program will be a section of the Skilled Independent Subclass 189 visa.
Victoria, the second smallest state of the Magnificent seven states of Australia, but home to the country’s second largest city Melbourne. This state has a thriving multi-cultural society which welcomes both the locals as well the migrants with open arms. This state celebrates cultural diversity and is known to make you feel right at home regardless where you come from.
Melbourne has been voted amongst the world’s most liveable cities and is known for it’s culture of having good food and coffee, great shopping and its famous for being the arts and sporting capital. With its...
THE ACT SKILLED MIGRATION PROGRAM IS NOW CLOSED TO OVERSEAS APPLICANTS: EFFECTIVE 23 AUGUST 2017
However, if you are living overseas and you have close ties (either family or genuine job offer) in Canberra; OR you have completed a PhD at an ACT university, you can still apply for ACT 190 nomination if you meet the criteria.
If you have already applied and paid the service fee before 23 August 2017, the application will be processed in queue order.
CANBERRA RESIDENTS – if you are living in Canberra, you can apply for ACT 190 nomination as soon as you meet the nomination...
Short-term Skilled Occupation List STSOL (2017-18)No ratings yet.
Australian Authorities announced a new reform which is effective from 19 April 2017. According to which, the Consolidated Sponsored Occupation List (CSOL) will be renamed as the Short-term Skilled Occupations List (STSOL) and will be updated with new changes in every six months depending upon the judgments from Department of Employment.