(3rd April to the 10th of April 2019)
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In this week’s edition, we first an article by the NT news about the privatisation of Australia’s visa system. The plan has been put on hold until after the election.
Then there is the story by SBS. As you may or may not know, the federal budget measures were released early this month. The Skilled Points Migrations Test was adjusted as a result. The SBS provides a breakdown into how the extra points will be allocated.
Read our article on the federal budget and its effects on migration, click here
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Up first we have a story NT news. They report about the plans to privatise Australia’s visa system. However, the plan has been put off until the next election.
Second, we have a story by SBS. In the article, they discuss the new visa point system. The extra points will be allocated for the subclass 491 visa and other existing general skilled migration visa.
For more information, click here to read out newsletter about the new regional provisional 491, 494 visa and the new 191 PR visa.
Next, we have another article by SBS. The new Temporary Sponsored Parent Visa has a shocking requirement. Only migrations with a taxable income of $83 454.80 can sponsor their parent.
For more information, click here to read out newsletter about the new parent visa sponsorship.
Furthermore, we have a newspaper article from Adelaide’s independent news. While the DAMA program will attract skilled migrants to regional areas, the threshold for participants salary could negatively impact local businesses.
Lastly, a Perth mother was unable to access her superannuation funds due to her visa restrictions.
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