Tag: #generalskilledmigration

The 2017 Australian Goverment’s ‘Shake -Up’ to Skilled Migration

Grab a coffee as this is a long newsletter but certainly worth the read and insight for all of our corporate clients to get a summary of all of the legislative changes since April 2017 through to March 2018!  It’s not unheard of and it is in fact common, to hear of changes being madeRead more

Subclass 186 (ENS) – July 1st 2017 – changes to the occupation lists

Occupation Lists There are two occupation lists for Subclass 186 (ENS) applications: Medium and Long- Term Strategic Skills Lists (MLTSSL) Short-Term Skilled Occupation List Please find a link below to these two lists (combined): https://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Work/Work/Skills-assessment-and-assessing-authorities/skilled-occupations-lists/combined-stsol-mltssl These lists can be used until March 2018 for Direct Entry ENS and Temporary Transition Stream ENS Caveats: The caveatsRead more

The benefits of an initial consultation with a migration agent.

Registered Migration Agents

There are numerous reasons as to why a paid consultation with a migration agent would be of invaluable use to visa applicants. Whilst the Department of Immigration’s (DIBP) website, various forums and Facebook pages provide advice as to the type of documentation that is required, it does not highlight the significance of when it isRead more

First Class Migration Australia – Newsletter May 26th

Visa Application Fee Increases As part of the 2017-18 Budget, the Government announced a number of changes to existing visa application charges. These will take effect on July 1st 2017. Visa Type Current Fee From 1 July 2017 General Skilled Migration $3,600 $3,670 Partner Temporary $6,965 $7,000 Parent (Contributory) $3,695 $3,945 457 $1,060 $1,080 ENS/RSMS $3,600Read more

General Skilled Migration

Have you got enough points for you GSM visa? The General Skilled Migration (GSM) visa program also known as the points tested migration program. After dealing with so many GSM visa applications over the years, we noticed that most clients are often quite surprised to find out that their actual score is lower than theyRead more