Results for the Migration WA invitation round, March 2019

A strong focus remains on Graduate Skilled Migration, with 78 invitations issued for 190 and 489 applications compared to just 9 in the General Stream.   In the financial year to date, a total of 775 invitations have been issued under the Graduate Skilled Migration compared to 111 in the General Stream. A minimum point scores......

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TRA changes to employment experience

Vetasess have announced changes to the employment and training requirements for Pathway 1 assessments through TRA The amount of verifiable employment evidence a Pathway 1 (no Australian qualification) : Licensed trade with no formal training – six years work experience Licensed trade with formal training – four years work experience Non-licensed trade with no formal......

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Vetassess Skill Assessment Update

From 14 February 2019, when lodging a Vetassess Skill Assessment, for general professions, applicants will be required to provide exact employment dates (dd/mm/yyyy).  Prior to this change a Vetassess Skill Assessment used only month and year to calculate the employment dates. Vetasses will continue to retrieve these dates from official documents only.    So it is......

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WA Graduate State Sponsorship – update January 2019

Invitations for 190 and 489 WA Graduate State Sponsorship were issued on Friday 18 January 2019.  The ranking process used to select applicants included consideration of the nominated occupation and number of years work experience claimed in the EOI.  Both on and offshore work experience was considered with priority given to eligible applicants with Australian......

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NSW State Sponsorship 190

NSW state sponsorship is highly competitive with approximately 250 invitations issued each month.  Highly skilled migrants are nominated by the NSW government whose occupational skills are in high demand.  NSW selects and invites candidates who have registered their Expression of Interest (EOI) via SkillSelect to apply for NSW nomination. The highest ranking applicants are invited......

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QLD State Sponsorship for University Graduates

The battle between Australian states and territories for International Students is heating up.  Queensland International Student numbers jumped 11% last year compared to a 2% rise the year before.  Western Australia recently announced it will offer WA State Sponsorship for University Graduates.   Queensland is currently offering QLD State Sponsorship for University Graduates of Masters and Phd......

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WA State Sponsorship for University Graduates

WA State Sponsorship for University Graduates

Something to celebrate!  Commencing October 2018, the first round of offers will be released for WA State Sponsorship for University Graduates.  The list of available occupations is extensive and designed to boost international student numbers in Western Australia.   For past and current students, this is a very welcome development.  If you would like help with your......

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WA State Sponsorship for Medical Professionals

If you are a medical professional working in Western Australia or with a job offer from a West Australian employer, you may qualify for a Skilled Sponsored (subclass 190) visa or the temporary Skilled Regional (provisional) visa (subclass 489).  Contact our Migration Agent Perth for up to date and current migration advice.  A new training......

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190 WA Skilled Graduate List

The Western Australian Government has announced yesterday that it will be developing a new 190 WA Skilled Graduate List for graduates from West Australian universities. High achieving graduates who complete PhD, Masters, Honours and other higher degrees may be offered State Sponsorship if they meet the eligibility criteria and have an occupation on the new list. ......

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Applications for State Sponsorship Suspended

The Australian migration landscape is constantly changing.  Massive changes to the skilled migration program were announced in April 2017 with further changes due in July 2017 and March 2018.   Many people are still trying to understand the full impact these changes will have on their businesses and skilled visa options.   If you are......

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