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How to become a skill-based permanent resident in Australia without employer sponsorship

If you are a skilled worker considering immigrating to Australia, there are several visa options available to you that can put you on the path for permanent residency. One of...

New photo requirement guide for TSS Visa Applications

From July 1, the Department of Home Affairs will require applicants for TSS visa to provide a good quality, full-face view photograph with their application.

Temporary Skills Shortage visa and complementary reforms Q&A

With the change over from the 457 to the Temporary Skills Shortage (TSS) visa occurring on the 18th March, the Department of Home Affairs has released a helpful Q&A document that answers...

Changes to Business Sponsorship with the TSS Visa

The Department of Home Affairs (DHA) has confirmed that the new Temporary Skills Shortage (TSS) has come into effect as of Sunday 18th March 2018. The new TSS Visa which...

Fact sheet two: Reforms to Australia’s permanent skilled migration program

If you would like to discuss how this announcement effects your situation please contact us on 1 300 474 664 today for a no obligation consultation or click here to...

Why you should proceed with permanent residency nominations before March 2018

March 2018 looms as the next significant date where major changes to migration legislation come into effect.   At this time the Temporary Skills Shortage (TSS) visa will be introduced which...

why use a migration agent
5 reasons you should be using a migration agent

If you run or manage a business and are looking to sponsor employees from overseas countries, you may be wondering how difficult this is.

Recent Update October
Update on recent changes and announcements on key dates

Summary of recent DIBP changes impacting visa and citizenship applications.

Who pays the 457 visa bill?

It isn't always straight forward as to who pays the DIBP fees and Migration Agent fees for your visa. We provide you with some clarity here.

Updated interim guidelines on occupational caveats for 1 July 2017

The Department of Immigration and Border Protection have released an updated version of the interim guidelines for occupation caveats for July 1 2017.

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