Month: October 2019

Perth and Gold Coast Regional Australia Status

Perth And Gold Coast Get Regional Australia Status

Earlier this week we posted how the city of Perth in Western Australias was looking to re-acquire its status as a regional area rather than a big city in an attempt to encourage skilled migrants to move there. Announced today, from the 16th November 2019, both Perth and the Gold Coast in Queensland will be …

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Australian Computer society (acs) updates skillselect evaluation criteria

Australian Computer society (ACS) updates evaluation criteria

The Australian Computer Society (ACS) has published a new version of their evaluation criteria. Though the changes do not appear significant, we’d still suggest you familiarise yourselves with the updated documents if the ACS will be playing a role in the completion of your Australian Skills assessment. The changes noted by the ACS are as …

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Perth WA Seeking Regional Australia Statu

Perth Seeking Return To Regional Australia Status

It was never the smartest decision by the WA premier, Mark McGowan to take Perth off the list of regions that the department of home affairs considered as regional Australia back in 2016. Past state governments of both political sides had worked so hard to attain that status and to surrender it for short term …

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New Australian Points Test Updates and Clarifications

New Australian Points Test – Updates and Clarifications

When The Australian migration department announced the New points test earlier this year, the Explanatory Statement included these paragraphs: This will ensure that primary applicants without a partner (singles) will be ranked equally to other primary applicants who have the same human capital attributes. If all other points claims are equal, invitations for points tested …

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