Tag Archives: Skilled migration

Australia’s visa system will adapt to attract skilled immigrants

Australia’s visa system will adapt to attract skilled immigrants Structural changes to the visa system in Australia are on the horizon with the Government aiming to have well-targeted skilled migration policy that expands opportunities, improves living standards and increases productivity. … Continue reading

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Immigration law changes set to go ahead

Immigration law changes set to go ahead The government will go ahead with a change to immigration rules forcing migrants to exit the country after three years, despite complaints from the dairy industry. The government announced in April it was … Continue reading

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Skilled Migrant and Essential Skills policy details announced

Skilled Migrant and Essential Skills policy details announced Detailed information about changes to the Skilled Migrant and Essential Skills policies is now available. The Government as of late reported changes to the Skilled Migrant and Essential Skills arrangements, went for … Continue reading

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Recent changes to Australian student visas

Recent changes to Australian student visas The Australian Government’s Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) made a number of changes to student visas and skilled migration between 2012 and 2014. These changes were made in response to the Knight … Continue reading

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2017 – 2018 Skilled migration intakes announced

2017 – 2018 Skilled migration intakes announced The figure was announced by Department of Immigration and Border Protection Minister Peter Dutton on budget day. Australia’s permanent migration program for 2017-18 will remain at a ceiling of 190,000 places. This was announced … Continue reading

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