If you have an Engineering Degree then this could be the visa for you! In the midst of or recently completed an Engineering qualification? This is Australia’s headhunting visa for Engineering professionals. The Skilled Recognised Graduate visa (subclass 476) stands out because there is no requirement of having studied in Australia at all. All you... Continue Reading
Another recent addition to the growing rigidity of the Australian immigration regulatorysystem is Condition 8602. This one is a reasonable one; “the holder must not have an outstanding public health debt”. Relevant health authorities will, effective 18 November 2017, notify the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP), if you have an outstanding health debt.... Continue Reading
Providing misleading information, false documentation or identification are obvious big no-nos in Australia. There are criminal laws governing such actions but to keep it simple the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) has a law where they can by step the police and keep it simple by just refusing your visa. The PIC 4020... Continue Reading
Now many Australian Universities have shifted to online study it has raised a few issues. Enforcement of the National Code, designed to protect International Students, will be relaxed to help with the Coronavirus impacts..... ... See MoreSee Less
The Australian Commonwealth government’s Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency, TEQSA, has made a public announcement regarding an easing of enforcement of the laws surrounding how international students can be taught. This comes in response to the difficulty education providers are navi...
1. Wash your hands. Do it often and do it properly. 2. When you cough or sneeze, sneeze into your elbow. Then wash your hands. 3. Don’t touch your face. If you need to touch your face, wash your hands first. 4. Practice social distancing. Keep 1.5 metres away from everyone whenever that is possible. 5. Stay home if you're sick. 6. Avoid touching surfaces in public places. 7. Avoid large gatherings.
From the Australian Government Department of Health:
Self-isolation (self-quarantine) for coronavirus (COVID-19). Self-isolation means you must stay at home for 14 days. You must self-isolate if you have COVID-19, or you have been in close contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19, or you arrived in Australia after midnight on 15 March 2020.
With many flights out of Australia canceled and even fewer places you can fly to, those already in Australia on visitor visas are wondering what they can do. Let us go through some essential points. In general, those in Australia on visitor visas are not meant to stay in Australia longer than 12 ...