News Demand for Engineers in rise
Added - 2015-09-26 03:03:12
The Department of Employment has released its September 2015 Vacancies Report which covers trends in job vacancies for engineers to the end of August 2015 and revisions for previous months. Vacancies for engineers saw a rise in the month of August, following on from rises in previous months. Engineering vacancies rose 0.6% for the month of August, continuing a small series of increases which include a 0.5% rise in June and 0.5% rise in July. SeeFigure 1 for monthly changes in genera

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South Australian Government Announcement
Added - 2015-09-18 07:38:06
Human Resources Advisor (ANSZCO Code 223111)&Marketing Specialist (ANSZCO Code 225113) occupations been closed for South Australia The above two occupations are closed for the applicants who are applying from Sri Lanka or a Country outside Australia. This is due to high number of applications reached South Australia from above two occupations. This is a temporally restrictions only from South Australian government & the applicants above two occupations may qualify under indepe

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NZ immigration reminds on financial evidence
Added - 2015-09-16 05:10:25
The recent news letter issued by the Immigration New Zealand express their concerns over the the financial evidence provided by students. According to the INZ, Fund Transfer Scheme is not a guarantee of the the visa but still student requires provide the overall financial ability of the parent or sponsor. The need to evidence the source and means of funding for a study plan applies to all applicants, should they be studying a Level 7 one-year course, or a three-year

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Added - 2015-08-19 04:11:53
The ACT Application site is undergoing an upgrade: as such it will be offline from Monday 31 August 2015 until Friday 4 September 2015 inclusive. You will not be able to lodge an application for ACT 190 nomination or RCB support of a RSMS nomination during this time. The temporary shutdown will impact on processing times as no applications can be processed during the shutdown. Status updates on applications will also be unavailable. Do you have the skills we need in Canberra? I

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Melbourne is still the worlds most livable city
Added - 2015-08-19 02:57:31
Melbourne has been recognized as the world’s most livable city for the fifth year in succession. The Economist Intelligence Unit’s prestigious annual Global Livability Rating, which assesses living conditions in 140 cities worldwide, released its latest ratings on 18 August 2015. Melbourne once again tops the ranking, followed by Vienna and Vancouver, with Australian cities Adelaide, Sydney and Perth also featuring among the ten most livable cities. Australia’s f

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Doing business in South Australia to become cheaper for business migrants
Added - 2015-08-13 05:40:59
The State Government is creating a State tax system to attract businesses to South Australia by reducing costs so they can invest, grow and create jobs. The 2015-16 State Budget included major tax reforms that reward effort and remove barriers to business investment and expansion. The State Government is making South Australia a better place to do business by providing almost $670 million in tax reductions over the next four years, including reducing and abolishi

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Income threshold for sc457 cooks and chefs to be lowered
Added - 2015-08-13 05:29:58
The peak body of the restaurant and catering industry says it has struck a special deal with the government to make it easier to bring in overseas workers through the 457 skilled migration visa programs. The sector is currently experiencing a shortfall of 56,000 workers with Chefs, cooks and restaurant managers among the most difficult vacancies to fill, according to statement released by Restaurant & Catering Australia (R&CA). The R&CA is the industry&rs

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No Changes in WA Migration Scheme
Added - 2015-07-22 06:26:43
The mid-year review of the State nomination migration program including the Western Australian skilled migration occupation list (WASMOL) has been completed. The review has determined that there are no changes required for the remainder of the 2014-15 program year. The current State nomination criteria and WASMOL will continue to apply to applicants considering State nomination for the remainder of the 2014-15 program year.

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Point test for subclass 188 visas changes from 1st of July.
Added - 2015-06-28 23:22:04
The Department of Immigration and Border Protection announces changes to the point test for subclass 188 Business Innovation and Investor visa from 1st of July. The mandatory points threshold will be reduced from 65 to 50 for the visas mentioned above. Previously lodged Expression of Interest via Skillselect that did not meet the mandatory points requirement at that time could be reconsidered with the new changes. To reconsider your EOI or to apply a new visa please email your detai

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Immigration South Australia announces revised state occupation list from 1st July 2015
Added - 2015-06-23 00:15:39
According to the Immigration SA, from 1st of July occupations that are not listed in the state occupation list will be listed on the supplementary skilled list and will be available for applicants who meet additional requirements. Supplementary skilled list contains all jobs in the Commonwealth’s Consolidated Sponsored Occupation List (CSOL) that are not listed in the SA state occupation list. This means Immigration SA is expanding the opportunities for migration in South Australi

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Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said changes to the Australian citizenship test were part of a push for mutual respect and to discourage violence against women. “What we’re doing is strengthening our multi-cultural society and strengthening the commitment to Australian values," he said. So would you pass Australia’s new citizenship test? Examples questions as provided to News Corp include: Under

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Australian Skill Migration Visa Rules Changed
Added - 2017-04-19 05:17:07
Please note that the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) that effective from 19 April 2017, the Consolidated Sponsored Occupation List (CSOL) is being replaced by the Short term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL). The immediate impact of this change is the removal of 216 occupations which will affect the Skilled Nominated (subclass 190) and the State and Territory Nominated stream of the subclass 489. Within the 216 removed occupations, 16 will be sti

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NSW 190 Priority Skilled Occupation List for 2016-17 released.
Added - 2016-07-01 05:35:58
We are delight to inform all our fb followers & clients that the NSW 190 Priority Skilled Occupation List (NSW 190 list) for the 2016-17 financial year has been published. Even though there are no major changes to the list. The list contains the priority occupations that NSW will invite candidates under for nomination for the Skilled Nominated visa. NSW state government In the 2015-16 financial year Business & Skilled Migration nominated 4,000 candidates for the Skilled N

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