For those in New Zealand, we would like to remind you that the following two temporary work visa categories will be closing on 31 October 2021: Work to Residence Accredited Employer and Work to Residence Long Term Skill Shortage Work Visa.
Direct applications open for NSW Business Innovation and Investment (Provisional) visa (subclass 188)
NSW Skilled and Business Migration have announced that direct applications for the Business Innovation and Investment (Provisional) visa (subclass 188) are now being accepted.
During the 2020-21 Migration Program, the Government delivered 160,052 places for couples seeking to reunite against the planning level of 160,000 places. This has increased from 140,366 places delivered in 2019-20, despite the challenges faced with COVID-19 and border restrictions.
For 457/482 visa holders – have you applied for or held a subclass 457 visa before 18 April 2017, and are supported by your current employer to apply for the subclass 186 visa under the Temporary Residence Transition (TRT) stream? If so, you may wish to lodge the application prior to the upcoming deadline of 18 March 2022.
Minister Hawke has announced changes that will streamline the pathway to citizenship for talented prospective Australians, with a special residency concession is being introduced
Skills gaps in particular industries within Victoria, are addressed by the Workforce Skills Pathway (WSP). With Hospitality and Early Childhood Teachers on the list of industries, we have further information.
Today our organization came together to acknowledge R U Ok? Day. With everyone in lockdown (Melbourne, Sydney, and Auckland), it was more relevant than ever to talk about the significance of this annual date and understand how to reach out to those that might be struggling.
With his very own Instagram hashtag – #leadingremotely – Jamie has been away for 4 months and driven 10,000km’s in that time….with no return date in sight. With so many adventures already under his belt that he’s sharing with his family, here are some wise words from our leader, working remotely in outback Australia