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The Australian Government will increase the duration of post study work rights of international students to strengthen the pipeline of skilled labour.
We have further details and links for some regional 2022-23 Migration Program settings
Positive announcements were made at the skilled migration session at the Jobs and Skills Summit.
Victoria’s 2022-23 Business Innovation and Investment Program is now open to applicants living in Victoria and overseas.
Under the 2022-23 Migration Program settings, some large allocation increases have been made available to States and Territories.
The ACT & Northern Territory Skilled Migration Programs are now open, providing a pathway to permanent residency in the territories of ACT and Northern Territory, Australia.
New Zealand needs more workers and the good news is that employing talent from overseas can be a relatively short process from beginning to end. Arno Nothnagel, our NZ Immigration Director, provides guidelines to navigate the new AEWV system.
The Department of Home Affairs has increased their visa application fees and will apply in relation to visa applications made on or after 1 July 2022.
Following the announcement of sector agreements being introduced, Arno Nothnagel, our NZ Immigration Director, provides us with a quick summary of what and who.
This week Arno Nothnagel, our NZ Immigration Director, recorded a further video update to the AEWV job check and the issues of incorrect job check applications.
Arno Nothnagel recorded a quick 4 minute video to give our NZ employers more information around the Job Check requirement as part of AEWV.
We welcome the news today that the Government has announced the ‘2021 Resident Visa’. This is a one-off visa, simplifying the pathway to residency for approximately 165,000 migrants who are currently in New Zealand.