10th September 2020
With the great relationship, Australia and Hong Kong have always had, Australia has always been one of the top destinations for those who are looking to migrate or get a working visa in a foreign...
31st August 2020
A lot of processes globally have been held up by the COVID-19 outbreak, and the process of migrating to Australia or getting a skilled visa is no different. This has caused great frustration for all...
13th July 2020
Summary of impact of COVID 19 on 2020-21 migration program.Department of Home Affairs (Immigration Department) has recently released a document that addresses the impacts of COVID 19 on migration...
12th March 2020
Employer Sponsorship Visas: Your Questions, Answered. Finding a sponsor in Australia means that you are looking for an employer to hire you as a skilled worker, and you can only work for your sponsor...
31st October 2019
The Skilling Australians Fund (SAF) levy impacts employers sponsoring overseas workers on both temporary and permanent visas. It officially came into force on August 12th 2018.
9th September 2019
As an authorised migration agent and visa consultant for over 19 years, Australia Migrate has gathered a list of the visa changes that came into effect starting July 1st 2019, which will affect...
12th August 2019
Malaysians looking to stay in Australia for up to three years can now make their dreams come true, starting July 2019, Malaysians can now stay longer than they were ever allowed in Australia under the new working holiday visa scheme, allowing Malaysian backpackers and travellers to come to Australia and work for 3 years if they wish to.
7th June 2019
From 1 July 2019 there will be an increase in visa application charges The department of Home Affairs has announced that a 5.4 percent Visa Application Charges (VAC) increase in fees will apply to applications made on or after 1 July 2019 on most visa subclasses.
6th June 2019
The new skilled regional provisional visas will be for skilled migrants, and dependent family members, who want to live and work in Australia. There will be two new skilled regional provisional visas introduced in November 2019: 1. Skilled Employer Sponsored Regional (Provisional) visa: for people sponsored by an employer in regional Australia. 2. Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) visa: for people who are nominated by a State or Territory government or sponsored by an eligible family member to live and work in regional Australia.
9th April 2019
The Australian Government announced a new proposal to introduce two new skilled regional provisional visas from November 2019, and one new permanent regional visa from November 2022. This aligns with the Government’s plan to encourage migrants to move to regional Australia (which will be redefined as anywhere outside of Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth).