January 2019

The Business & Skilled Migration Queensland’s website contains the following announcement: 30 January 2019 By Official BSMQ 01 February 2019 Please note that the following occupations: ICT Business Analyst – 261111 Quantity Surveyor – 233213 Construction Project Manager – 133111 Marketing Specialist – 225113 will be removed from all the Queensland Skilled Occupation Lists (QSOLs) on 01 […]

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An international student, hailing from Pakistan was sent to immigration confinement on Christmas eve after finding child exploitation material on his cell phone. The student was deported the very next day. An international student arriving from the United Arab Emirates on Christmas Eve, found with exploitation material on his phone, has been banished by the […]

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Heightened growth in Australian Citizenship

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  • January 30, 2019
  • 2 min read

A huge number of people are flowing in this rush of ‘immigration’. The graph of migrants changing to Australian citizens is ever rising and ever growing with almost 83 % increase in the citizenship applications in the final six months of 2018 as compared to the last six months of 2017. According to the sources, […]

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Top 5 Major changes in Australian Immigration

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  • January 27, 2019
  • 3 min read

 In the latest news it has been heard that many initiatives are taken by the government which will be implemented very soon and will have a deep impact on the migrant community of Australia. These initiatives also include various reforms taken on the visa categories for Australia’s migration program. The eligibility criteria of some permanent […]

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DAMA: Shaping the future of Designated Areas

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  • January 26, 2019
  • 4 min read

Designated Area Migration Agreement (DAMA) is to encourage economies in regional Australia by providing job opportunities to Skilled and Semi Skilled workers. Regional Australia has been experiencing both labour and skills shortage, with the DAMA in place employers in designated areas experiencing labour shortages can sponsor overseas workers.DAMA falls within the type of labour agreement […]

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The Business & Skilled Migration Queensland is suspending invitation for Business Innovation and Investment program Queensland is temporarily suspending issuing new invitations for the following visas under the Business Innovation and Investment Program from 02/01/2019. Queensland are not accepting ant new EOI’s submitted from this date. The visa subclasses suspended include: 188- Business  include: 188 […]

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Northern Territory DAMA II Occupation List 2020

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  • January 4, 2019
  • 1 min read

Northern Territory DAMA II Occupation List 2020: A new five year Designated Area Migration Agreement (DAMA) commenced on 1 January 2019. Total number of occupations available is 117. 36 occupations have been added and 29 have been removed in NT DAMA II which offers pathway to PR; Federal and Northern Territory governments have released full […]

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