The Australian is reporting that the Australian Government has halved the number of spaces under the 2014-2015 SkillSelect Migration Program for Accountants.
The Department of Immigration and Border Protection will introduce changes to Australian Migration Law and Policy from 1 July 2014.
The Australian has reported that Chefs, Bricklayers and Tilers will be added to the 2014-2015 Skilled Occupation List for Australian Migration.
In this issue:-
- Introduction of Credit Card Surcharges for Visa Application Charges
- Implications of the 2014-2015 Budget on Australian Immigration
- New Skilled Occupation List Update
- Latest SkillSelect News
In this issue:-
- Changes to SkillSelect effective March 2014
– The Department of Immigration and Border Protection have announced changes to the way invitations are issued under SkillSelect.
- Annual update of the Skilled Occupation List
– What occupations are being removed and which are here to stay?
- 457 Visa Review Panel
– The Assistant Minister for Immigration has announced a review of the popular “457 Visa” program. What’s changing?
The results for the November 18 SkillSelect invitation round have been released by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection.
The Department of Immigration and Citizenship’s new Temporary Graduate Visa enables those who have completed two academic years of study in Australia to remain in Australia for a further 24 months, or in some cases, up to 4 years.
The Department of Immigration and Citizenship has announced that due to a number of occupations quickly reaching their occupation ceiling, the Department will distribute invitations for certain occupations on a pro rata basis until the end of the 2013-2014 Migration Year.
The Department of Immigration and Citizenship has unveiled the new Skilled Occupation List (SOL), also known as Schedule 1 of the Consolidated Skilled Occupation List (CSOL). The new SOL will take effect on 1 July 2013, affecting the eligibility of certain independent and family sponsored skilled migration visas.