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New applications for Migration Tasmania temporarily restricted to invited candidates only

The Tasmanian Government has released an update on its Subclass 491 – Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) Visa 2021–22 Program. The Tasmanian Skilled Migration State Nomination Program has already filled its quota to the end of June 2022, resulting in the program’s new applications being temporarily restricted to invited candidates only. If your application has been […]

Endorsement fees waived for Child Care Operators through the Pilbara DAMA

Child Care Operators who apply for skilled workers through the Pilbara DAMA in the City of Karratha and the Town of Port Hedland will have their endorsement fees waived! This has been announced by the Regional Development Australia Pilbara’s official Facebook page. To help manage regional skill shortages, DAMAs allow employers in that region to […]

AU Passport Office aims to improve processing delay issues by September

The Australian Passport Office (APO) confirmed they are experiencing a huge processing delay issue as there has been a high demand for passports since the reopening of Australia’s international border. On 10 June 2022, APO reported having issued nearly 400,000 passports in the first three months of 2022, which is more than double the total […]

TRA now accepts SC 408 visa holders applications for Job Ready Program

Trades Recognition Australia (TRA) has announced that they are now accepting applications from Temporary Activity Subclass 408 visa holders for its Job Ready Program (JRP). The Subclass 408 visa is a temporary visa endorsed by the Government through the COVID-19 Pandemic event stream. TRA has previously announced that it would not accept the applications but […]

WHMs can now work for the same employer for as long as they want

To assist with Australia’s economic recovery, further changes have been made to the Working Holiday Maker (WHM) program. In a joint media release with the Former Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Affairs, Josh Frydenberg announced that Working Holiday Makers (WHMs) can now work for the same employer for more than six months. […]