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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.

Effective March 1, 2023, Australia has implemented revised quarantine requirements for importing cats and dogs, aimed at preventing the spread of rabies, which may result in longer quarantine periods for some pets.
Employers in Australia who can't source an appropriately skilled Australian worker can sponsor an overseas worker with a pathway to permanent residency.
This stream is only available to current or former Temporary Graduate visa holders who lost time in Australia as a result of COVID-19 travel restrictions. The Migration Amendment Regulations 2022
Some businesses can sponsor overseas skilled workers when they are able to demonstrate their needs cannot be met in the Australian labour market. Such occupations would not exist on the Skilled Occupation List.
This program has been designed to address skillsets that are difficult to find or develop in Australia. The Australian Government announced that the planning level for the 2023-24 permanent Migration Program
Under the new trade agreement, more young Brits will benefit from life-changing opportunities Down Under thanks to the expansion of the Youth Mobility Scheme and Working Holiday Maker (WHM) program. ​​
Are you thinking about bringing your partner or family member to Australia? The process of sponsoring a partner or family member to come to Australia can be complex, but it's important
The Australian Government's recent announcement of an increase in migration places for the 2022-2023 financial year signals a promising opportunity for individuals and families seeking to establish themselves in the country. With an additional 23,000 places allocated, bringing the total to 195,000, this marks the highest number ever offered.
When moving to Australia, a skills assessment is a crucial step in the professional occupation recognition process. It will decide whether you possess the abilities necessary to practice your profession in Australia.

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