Are the occupation lists confusing you? Do you know all the visas that you may be eligible for and the conditions that come with them? We have created the ultimate guide. By occupation, you will be able to see which General Skilled Migration (GSM) visas and employer sponsored visas that you are eligible for alongside what caveats (if applicable, would affect you based on the visa that you are applying for.
QUICK TIPS has arrived!For those who may have missed it, we talk about some tips in writing reference letters and documents required when trying to claim points for work experience. It is also useful to keep in mind when presenting any work experience claims to the department to consider for various visas.Hope you like it, there will be more TIPS coming your way..Let us know any topics you would like us to cover in less than 60 seconds. ... See MoreSee Less
The ACT Critical Skills List is expanding in May!!Some of the new occupations are Cook, Cafe and Restaurant Manager, Advertising Manager, Financial Investment Advisers, Community Workers, ICT Customer Support Officer and more.Check out and compare the two lists.Sadly the 2724 Group have been removed. ... See MoreSee Less
Western Australia (WA) has the same nomination requirements for both the 190 and 491 visa, which makes it less confusing. There are two streams of eligibility - the general stream and the graduate stream. What we like about WA’s requirements are that you don’t have to be living or working in WA to be eligible. That’s unlike most of the other states that require you to live in their state for awhile before you can apply. But what we don’t like is that there are only 20 occupations eligible on the general stream. Graduates have it better at 137 occupations, but is this a state international students should consider? ... See MoreSee Less
Is the future for immigration into Australia going to be a little easier? We think it might! Recommendations made by the Joint Standing Committee on Migration are highly positive, NSW expanded its regional occupation lists, parent visa legislation finally passed for Covid-19 concessions and a new Minister of Home Affairs. ... See MoreSee Less