Change is on the horizon for Australian immigration, particularly for regional Australia. Two current regional visas will close and be replaced with two NEW regional provisional visas, available from 16th November 2019. A third permanent visa will also be available for holders of the new regional visas to transition to, providing they meet minimum income threshold requirements and comply with visa conditions.
Regulations for the Government’s new regional visas initiative have recently been released.
Exciting changes also lie ahead for all points-tested skilled visa applications from 16 November 2019.
Here, we outline the changes in more detail, giving you further info on the new regional visas and points test changes for General Skilled Migration - find out more below…
When it comes to Australian skilled migration, nothing stands still. Australia’s Government presented the 2019/20 Budget on 2 April 2019, and as always there were several changes impacting Australian immigration.
Here, we bring you a quick roundup of the key changes, including amendments to the skilled migration points test from November 2019, new regional visas proposed for November 2019 and a 12 month extension on the Temporary Graduate 485 Visa for regional graduates from 2021.
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Great news for skilled migrants dreaming of a new life in Australia. The Australian Government has announced a proposal to introduce two new skilled regional visas from November 2019.
The new Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional (Provisional) Visa and Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) Visa are intended for skilled migrants, and their dependent family members, who want to live and work in Australia.
The Government has also proposed a route to permanent residence via a new permanent regional visa from November 2022.
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