On 17.04.2019, a new visa category will come into force: the Temporary Sponsored Parent Visa (subclass 870).
On 17.04.2019, the family sponsorship framework will change:
A new tax to be paid by the employer when sponsoring an overseas employee
In July 2018, the passmark for general skill visas increases from 60 to 65
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30 minutes session for people interested in migrating to Australia - explore your options!
The new MLTSSL is 200 occupations shorter than the former SOL
The Australian government announces the end of the 457 visas.
The Skilled Occupation List (SOL) 2017-2018 will come into effect on 1.7.2017. A lot of engineering/medical practitioner occupations will be removed
On 13.3.2017, WA's RSMS programme was frozen
From 7 visa subclasses to only 4
457 visa holders are only allowed to stay 60 days in Australia if they cease working with their employer
Free immigration advice - Tuesday 7th June - Joondalup
Some occupations are going to be moved from the SOL to the CSOL
Free immigration advice each 1st Tuesday on the month between 10am and 4pm in Leederville and Joondalup
Until November 2015, it was possible for a person to “self-sponsor” themselves with a 457 visa.
New English requirements
Partner visa fees have increased significantly from 1.01.2015.
On 18.10.2013, the Federal Government re-introduced the Temporary Protection Visa (subclass 785).
Register for our free seminar to be held on the 15th of October 2013 in Joondalup for employers wanting to hire overseas workers.
From 2015, the families of 457 visa holders in Western Australia will have to pay fees to send their children to a Government school.
Some occupations have been added / removed from the SOL and CSOL
On 1st July 2013, lots of important changes were introduced to the 457 program
The Skilled Occupation List (SOL) will change from 1 July 2013. The five following occupations will be removed...
On 1 July 2013, changes regarding the visa application charges (VAC) will be introduced.
The Minister for Immigration and Citizenship announced a number of reforms to the subclass 457 program. These reforms are aimed at strengthening the Department of Immigration and Citizenship’s capacity to identify and prevent employer practices that are not in keeping with the criteria of the subclass 457 program.
1 July 2012: important changes to the General skill migration program and the employer sponsored program
Important changes for holders of 457 will be in effect 1 July 2012
From 1 July 2010 The Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations...
A new skilled occupation list (“SOL”) was issued on 1 July 2010.
New Skilled Occupation List are in force from 1st of July 2010
A new Skilled occupation list has been announced and will take effect on 1 July 2010
Some very useful links for the Citizenship Test