The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic is having an unprecedented impact on the world. We provide a brief update on how COVID-19 is impacting Australian Visa Applications. We also send all of you our best wishes and the hope that you remain safe during these troubling times.
As a result of the global COVID-19 pandemic and In support of the requirement for a significant number of healthcare workers, the South Australian Immigration department is implementing changes which prioritise the processing and nomination of health and medical professionals. Read about the changes here.
The English Language Requirements for Australia form an integral part of the Australian Visa Application process. Many years ago, those looking to emigrate to Australia faced English language requirements which were a lot more relaxed then they are now. In recent years, however, the need to speak a good level of English has become a …
We’ve already written a post describing the occupation ceiling for the 2019 – 2020 migration year however as we’re now more than halfway through the migration year, we thought it might be interesting to see how many invitations had been issued against each of the occupations in demand including details of how many are left.
The Australian government has released a bulletin identifying the list of occupations that are under consideration for a change in status on the Skilled Migration Occupation Lists. Some occupations are moving between lists. Some are being added and others removed altogether. Will you be impacted? Read here.
If you are bringing school-aged children with you when you move to Australia on a 482 Visa (school age usually being 5 years old or above), you will need to arrange for them to attend school. In Some Australian states, 482 Visa holders need to pay a school fee to send their children to public …