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155 Resident Return visa

 155 Resident Return visa Features ​​​​​A Resident Return visa is a travel facility for: current Australian permanent residents some former Australian permanent residents some former Australian citizens. You will need a Resident Return visa if the travel facility on your current visa has expired (your first granted permanent visa has a 5 year travel facility) […]

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178 Occupations on Medium and Long‑term Strategic Skills List for ENS/ RSMS long stay 457 visa

Lucky 178 occupations available for RSMS/ ENS and long stay 457 visa as of July 2017. Those occupations will allow for permanent migration to Australia. Other requirements stay similar to what it used to be, except: Maximum age 45 years old No English and skills exemptions for high salary earners. ENS / RSMS in transitional arrangements requires […]

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Employer Sponsored Visa Changes

The New Budget and What it Means For You! As many of you are aware of, the Department of Immigration have made quite a lot of changes over the past few months including – visa application requirements, application prices, training benchmark requirements and more. Below we have listed some of the changes and some information […]

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Employer Sponsored visa

Temporary and permanent employer sponsored visa Employer sponsored visa can be temporary or permanent and it can be applied anywhere in Australia. There is a few types of employer sponsored viosas. Each of them require first and most of all….. sponsor. That programm is going to change significantly between 2017 and 2018 as temporary 457 […]

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Changes in medical examination as of 20 November 2015 for permanent and temporary visa to Australia

Medical examination for permanent visa ( incl family and employer sponsored visa) and temporary ( including 457 visa to Australia, student visa (570, 752, 573) will be different based on country of origin. Only other factor will be ”significance requirements rule”. Following changes come in live on 20 November 2015. Countries that do not generally […]

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