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  • Changes To A Number Of Australia Visas Announced

    Changes To A Number Of Australia Visas Announced

    Released quietly last week, the Department of Home Affairs introduced a number of amendments to Working Holiday, Distinguished Talent, and permanent Skilled Regional Visas. We take a look at the latest changes in today’s article. More

  • Fastest Way To Get Australia PR

    Fastest Way To Get Australia PR – A Definitive guide

    What is the fastest way to get Australia PR? Well, we were recently contacted by Pete, a member of the Getting Down Under community who asked us exactly that! What is the fastest way to get Permanent Residency or PR in Australia?

    It’s actually a great question, and given that we’ve never answered this question in the 14 years that we have been online, we thought we’d produce an article to address just that!

    Read about the visa option which has no age limits or English language requirements which is being granted n under two weeks! More

  • Significant Investor Visa Nominations Being Sought In South Australia

    Significant Investor Visa Nominations Being Sought In South Australia

    There is an Australian Visa option available called the ‘Significant investment visa’ and as its name suggests you need a fair decent chunk of money to apply. The South Australian Government has just announced its most recent invitation rounds for this Visa Stream. Read more about this visa class including how much you need to apply in today’s article. More

  • New Visa Applicants Now Required To Accept Australian Values

    New Visa Applicants Now Required To Accept Australian Values

    From this week, new applicants for most Australian visas will be required to sign or accept an updated Australian Values Statement, with a greater focus on values like freedom, respect, equality and the rule of law.​ Read more about the values you’ll be required to accept in today’s article. More

  • South Australia Governments New DAMA Occupations and Visa Concessions

    South Australia Government New Occupations and Visa Concessions

    Is a move to South Australia For You? Today, the South Australia Government announced that they have agreed to a number of significant changes to South Australias two Designated Area Migration Agreement (DAMA’s). Included in the changes are a range of new occupations (with a focus on healthcare, manufacturing, tech, agribusiness and food production) and a number of new concessions and Permanent Residence (PR) pathways. These changes should (in theory) make it easier to migrate to South Australia. More

  • Top Ten Occupations In Demand In Australia 2021

    Top Ten Occupations In Demand In Australia 2021

    Fair to say that 2020 has been a pretty shocking year for all of us. Everybody’s lives have been impacted in some way or another by COVID-19 and for those looking to migrate to Australia during 2020, it’s fair to say that you haven’t come out of 2020 unscathed. Many of you who had plans […] More

  • Working Holiday and Tourists VISA Charges To Be Refunded Due To COVID-19

    Working Holiday Visa Charges To Be Refunded Due To COVID-19

    Working holidaymakers, seasonal and pacific workers, prospective partners, temporary skilled workers and tourists whose travel has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic will be eligible for refunds or waivers of Visa Application Charges (VAC). More

  • Australia Visa Numbers 2020-2021 Budget

    Australia Visa Quota – Big Changes Announced in 2020-2021 Budget

    The federal government announced its 2020-21 budget this week and as part of its plan post COVID recovery, it has released new details regarding its 2020-21 immigration program. it has some pretty far-ranging implication so this one is worthy of a read if you are looking to Australia as a potential new home in the next 12 – 24 months. More

  • COVID-19 Concessions For Australia Visa applicants Announced

    COVID-19 Concessions For Australia Visa applicants Announced

    The Australian government has introduced significant legislative amendments to its Migration Regulations that will come into effect on 19 September 2020.

    They have been brought in to allow individuals to continue on their visa pathway if they have been disadvantaged by COVID-19 border closures, business restrictions or the economic downturn. More

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