How to Get Subclass 482 visa FAST? New Ministerial Direction Introduced

On 26 March 2019, Ministerial Direction No 82 was introduced to replace the previous Direction No 77 for the legal basis of priority allocation for Subclass 482 and 457 applications.

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New Ministerial Direction No. 79 - New Direction For Character Requirement For All Applicants Entering or Remaining in Australia

New Ministerial Direction No. 79 - New Direction For Character Requirement For All Applicants Entering or Remaining in Australia

Everyone who wish to enter or remain in Australia must satisfy the character requirement set out by the Department of Home Affairs (i.e. the Immigration).

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News Update: Aged Care Labour Agreements to Support Migrant Communities

News Update: Aged Care Labour Agreements to Support Migrant Communities

immigration have brought in aged care labour agreements to support aged care industry

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News Update: Accredited Sponsors Receiving Advantage of Faster Processing Times

News Update: Accredited Sponsors Receiving Advantage of Faster Processing Times

The Accredited Sponsor Scheme which allows fast processing of skilled visas, is to be expanded in a move that will benefit many Australian businesses.

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News Update: Subclass 870 The 5-year Sponsored Parent (Temporary) Visa opens 17 April 2019

News Update: Subclass 870 The 5-year Sponsored Parent (Temporary) Visa opens 17 April 2019

New Sponsored Parent (Temporary) subclass 870 visa provides parents with a new avenue to reunite and spend time with family in Australia.

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News Update: New Sponsored Parent visa (Subclass 870) Will be Open from 1 July 2019

News Update: New Sponsored Parent visa (Subclass 870) Will be Open from 1 July 2019

This much-awaited Sponsored Parent visa allows families to reunite and the parents of Australians to spend longer period of time of 5 years with their children and grandchildren in Australia. 

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Migration Agent Suspended for Using VEVO Without Consent

Migration Agent Suspended for Using VEVO Without Consent

Office of the Migration Agents Registration Authority (OMARA) suspended a Registered Migration Agent (RMA) for accessing personal and immigration information of a person who is not their client through the Department of Home Affairs’ Visa Entitlement Verification Online (VEVO) system without consent.

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Character Grounds: Serious Crimes Against Women is Heightened in the New Ministerial Direction No. 79

Character Grounds: Serious Crimes Against Women is Heightened in the New Ministerial Direction No. 79

A new direction – Direction No. 79 has been introduced in relation to visa refusal and cancellation under s 501 and revocation of mandatory visa cancellation under s 501CA of the Migration Act 1958.

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News Update: Migration Amendment (Chest X Ray Requirements) Regulations 2019

News Update: Migration Amendment (Chest X‑Ray Requirements) Regulations 2019

Health requirement is required while applicants apply for permanent visas and some temporary visas.

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News Update: Migration Amendment (Working Holiday Maker) Regulations 2019

News Update: Migration Amendment (Working Holiday Maker) Regulations 2019

The Migration Amendment (Working Holiday Maker) Regulations 2019 (‘the Regulations’) amend the Migrations Regulations 1994 (the Principal Regulations).

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NEWS UPDATE: People Who is On the Manus Island or Nauru Could Be Granted Medical Treatment Visa by Transferring to Australia

NEWS UPDATE: People Who is On the Manus Island or Nauru Could Be Granted Medical Treatment Visa by Transferring to Australia

The Home Affairs Legislation Amendment (Miscellaneous Measures) Bill 2018 (‘the bill’), which deals with the temporary transfer to Australia of transitory persons on Manus Island or Nauru, and their families requiring medical treatment, the Bill has passed through on 13 February and awaits Royal Assent.

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