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Migration Flows and Policies

The first Europeans reached the Australian continent in 1606, but permanent settlements started only in 1788 with the establishment of...

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Queensland State Nominations Update

Queensland (QLD) nominations for business and skilled visas have been closed since 8 February 2019. On 18 April 2019 Business and Skilled...

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Points Test Changes

Meeting the pass mark of the points test is one of the main requirements for the entry of skilled migrants into Australia. The current pass...

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Designated Area Migration Updates

Designated Area Migration Agreement (DAMA) is a formal agreement between the Australian government and a specific regional area. These...

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Migration Levels 2019-2020

Australian permanent migration program is divided into four main streams: skilled, family, special eligibility and child. The program is...

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SA Occupation Lists

Immigration SA is an agency of the South Australia (SA) state government that is responsible for the skilled and business migration to SA....

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Skilled Occupations Changes

The skilled migration occupation lists form the basis of employer-sponsored, points-tested and state-nominated visa programs. To respond to...

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Religions Labour Agreement

The Minister of Religion Labour Agreement (MoRLA) allows religious organisations to sponsor overseas workers for periods of up to four years...

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