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Expereince Carpenter needed

Local, well known cabinetmaking company in Bowen, located in North Queensland in regional area is looking for: Person with  cabinetmaking, joinery or wood working experience. Applicant must: Have very good English skilled, English test will be required. Must have formal qualification in carpentry and minimum 3 years of experience after completion of apprentice or qualifications. […]

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Parent and Relative Visas

The Department of Home Affairs has released more information over the weekend on migration planning levels for the remainder of current financial year with particular focus on mature visa applicants. In summary, the maximum number of classes of parent visas granted in the financial year 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2018 will be as […]

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Contribution to the Skilling Australians Fund (SAF)

Contribution to the Skilling Australians Fund (SAF) When introduced, the SAF Levy will be collected by Home Affairs It will be payable in full at the time the TSS nomination is lodged, in addition to the nomination application fee For businesses with a turnover of:oless than $10M –the SAF contribution will be $1200 per year […]

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Study in Tasmania and get PR easier

Student’s benefits in enrolling in Tasmania. Just in the past 6 months, our number of students has gone up by 46%. Many of these students are from Sydney, Melbourne and even Brisbane. Come to study with in Tasmania to increase  chance of getting PR. Just In March alone, Tasmania gives out 189 nominations for 190 […]

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Business visa happy story

From Johannesburg to Sunshine Coast: raising a family in Queensland UK-based optometrist Nicolle moved to Noosa on the Sunshine Coast after finding love on a visit home to Johannesburg in 2008. Since then, she has had two children, worked as a locum, forayed into property investment, exhibited her paintings in art shows and just last […]

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FREE Translation

This free translating service from The Department of Social Services is available for people holding a Permanent Australian Visa, granted within the past two years (except subclass 155). The service is also accessible to those on the following Temporary visa sub classes: 300,309,820,445,449,786,785,790. If you hold one of these visa sub classes the service is […]

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Minimum wages

Each financial year, the Fair Work Commission’s Expert Panel conducts a complete review of the national minimum wage and minimum wages in modern awards under the Fair Work Act 2009 (the Act). On 1 June 2018, the Commission handed down its decision regarding an increase to modern awards and the minimum wage. The Commission determined […]

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Training required for 187 and 186 visa Sponsors

No more Banchmark A or B. Implementation date is still unknown, but it is expected soon. Known as SAF – Migration Amendment (Skilling Australians Fund) Act 2018  require Levy being payed on each new nomination for 482, 187, 186 visa. The levy will be payable in full at the time the worker is nominated, and will […]

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nomination training contribution charge

Nomination training contribution charge is a new black. Very soon new Sponsorship training obligations will be introduced. on 8 may 2018 “Migration Amendment (Skilling Australians Fund) Charges Bill 2017 passed both houses of Parliament.  From now it is a short and rather sure way to make it real. It was a last misery in changes introduced […]

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Move to Australia for work

If you’re considering making the move to Australia for work, there are many different kinds of work visa’s you can apply for. A work visa is a visa that has been sponsored by a company or individual who needs you to relocate to Australia and work for them because of your special skills or qualifications. […]

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