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Australian PR Immigration News

We cover the latest news on the Australian immigration system. Read on to discover more about skilled migration, family visa, student visa, business or investor visa, working holiday visa, and citizenship.

Targeting temporary skilled migration to address skills needs and promote worker mobility.
The government is bringing in a set of new measures to strengthen the integrity of Australia's international education system that will help international students and graduates realize their potential.
The Minister for Home Affairs established this Rapid Review to address migrant worker exploitation, and to identify proposals for both systemic reform and discrete measures to prevent, deter and sanction individuals who seek to abuse Australia's visa system.
The latest revision of subsection 8(5) of LIN 18/036 confirms that the advertising and acceptance of applications or expressions of interest over two or more non-consecutive periods does not satisfy the labour market testing condition.
When you apply for a visa ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​you and family members who apply for a visa with you might need to have health examinations to prove you meet the health requirement.
Have you previously been refused a visa or had a visa cancelled as you did not pass the character test? If so, ask yourself what were the circumstances for that.
From 25 November 2023, the DHA will be making changes to the Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) (subclass 482) and Temporary Residence Transition (TRT) stream of the Employer Nomination Scheme (ENS) (subclass 186) visas to provide a simpler and clearer pathway to permanent residence for TSS visa holders.
A recent report based on the review of Australia's Migration System suggests consideration be given to whether the BIIP is to be retained as a substantial program.
Wait times for processing parent visas of Australian migrants have gone out of hand.

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