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Google Complaint

2019-01-29T14:55:31+00:00

As you can see above the complaint is false. Ironically, his allegation that I falsified documents were in fact, false. In this industry we meet all kinds of individuals, this is a poignant fact when our clients are emotionally invested in the application and due to the size of our [...]

State Sponsorhip – Our in-depth Analysis

2019-02-14T11:31:32+00:00

The misconception about obtaining a state sponsorship is that it’s a straightforward process and with the only requirement is that your occupation be listed on the state list. Unfortunately, this is not the case, and a listed occupation is no guarantee that a state will approve your application. It is important [...]

Finding a Job in Australia

2017-08-03T09:10:59+00:00

It’s common knowledge that Australian employers want candidates to have Australian work rights. They want you to have work rights so that they don’t have to act as sponsors which is what they would have to do if your visa does not entitle you to work in Australia. Many of [...]

NSW State Sponsorship – Changes

2017-07-04T19:19:11+00:00

NSW has made several key changes to their migration program for the year 2014/2015. Key points about the program in 2014/15 are: Applications for 2014-15 will be lodged electronically through a new online system Applications will be open for four intakes per year with a maximum of 1000 applications per intake [...]

Australia’s Visa Subclass 189 – Explained!

2019-03-15T15:08:48+00:00

Skilled Independent (Permanent) (Class SI) (Subclass 189)  a.k.a Subclass 189 The Subclass 189 Skilled Independent is a permanent residency for skilled workers who are not sponsored by an employer, a state or territory, or a family member. About The Skilled Migration Program The general skilled migration [...]

Skills assessment validity changes – commencement 1 July 2014

2017-08-03T09:11:10+00:00

Changes to the validity of skills assessments, announced yesterday in the Select Legislative Instrument SLI- F2014L00726 Migration Legislation Amendment (2014 Measures No.1) Regulation 2014, commence on 1 July 2014, as do the remainder of the changes announced in that SLI.It is advised to check the validity of skills assessments for points calculations [...]

Parent, Carer and Remaining Relative Visa Closed!

2017-08-03T09:12:13+00:00

Today is the last day to lodge applications for those that are scheduled to be removed before the new financial year. The legislation to repeal the visas was signed off by the governor general yesterday and will come into effect on Monday, which means that applications must be validly lodged today: http://www.comlaw.gov.au/Details/F2014L00622 [...]

ACT Nominated SC 190 allocations almost reached

2017-08-03T09:12:21+00:00

As of May 19, 2014, the ACT has reached the DIBP allocations for SC 190 nomination approvals for ACT residents, therefore, visa invitations will not begin to be issued again until 1 July 2014. Nomination approvals for overseas residents ceased on March 25, 2014. The ACT will continue to process [...]

Additional English Tests Accepted by DIBP

2014-07-10T17:22:23+00:00

It has been announced that applicants for Australian visas will have additional choices when it comes to English language testing. Applicants included would be temporary graduate, skilled, work and holiday, and former resident visas. Assistant Minister for Immigration and Border Protection, Michaelia Cash, said that the changes, which come into [...]