Australian closes its borders to all non-citizens and non-residents.
On the 18/3/2020 BUPA Australia published the following message on their website: In light of the current COVID-19 situation and to ensure we can meet Australian Government guidelines, we are currently not taking new bookings and are rescheduling some existing bookings. New bookings will become available in the coming days once existing bookings have beenContinue reading “Covid-19: BUPA announces disruptions for visa medicals in Australia”
Travel ban update
For a limited time working holiday makers will be able to claim bushfire recovery work, when applying for their subsequent visa.
Important changes for s/c 188 Business Innovation and Investment applicants,, seeking to undertake export activities in Victoria.
The Australian government has decided to extend the travel ban for foreign nationals coming from mainland China for another week.
The latest invitation round shows that 90 points was the lowest accepted score for certain skilled visas.
November changes for the Queensland skilled occupation list.
Australia’s government launches new ‘Global Talent’ visa for highly skilled candidates in select key industries.
In March this year, the Australian government announced that it would increasingly focus on shifting skilled migration intake to regional areas of Australia. Subsequently the Government is increasing the total number of regional places in this financial year to 25,000. The definition of regional Australia for migration purposes will also change. E.g. Perth and theContinue reading “Australias Immigration Department announces changes to ‘regional areas’”