Sadly the unexpected happens in life and you may have separated from your partner after obtaining your 489 visa together. What should you do? Can you both still apply for the 887 PR visa in the near future as seperate applicants? Do I have to inform Immigration? Firstly, there is no condition on ...
According to the #immigration department the Temporary Parent 870 visas are off to a flying start. What they did not mention was the little known fact that the department is on one hand granting these temporary visas while quietly denying holders of these visas the right to apply for the permanent residency parent program.
Echidnas. They’re spiky, slow-moving and native to Australia but there is much more to short-beaked echidnas – also known as spiny anteaters – than meets the eye.
#Echidnas are actually toothless mammals, but they more than make up for it with their long, sticky tongues - 15 centimetres long. Their tongues work very quickly, enabling them to slurp up ants, worms and insect larvae. In fact, the echidna’s scientific name, Tachyglossus actually means ‘fast tongue’.
Along with the #platypus, the echidna is the only other living egg-laying mammal species. Baby echidnas are called ‘puggles’. They stay within the den their mother creates for up to a year before going it alone. 📷 @strangeanimals
The Northern Territory (NT) Government is seeking highly skilled #professionals and #tradespeople under the Skilled Work Regional 491 and 190 visa programs. If you have a skilled occupation that is in demand in Australia’s top end, the NT Government may be interested in nominating you to support your visa application under one of the nominated general skilled migration visa subclasses. Any overseas citizen, regardless of where they are currently living, can apply to the NT Government for nomination of a subclass 491 or 190 visa. Prospective visa applicants must meet NT Government and the Australian Government’s Department of Home Affairs eligibility requirements.