Australia Adjusts Temporary Graduate Visa Work Rights: These Are Your Options

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The Department of Education has made significant changes to post-study work rights in Australia with the additional two year allowance on the Temporary Graduate visa (subclass 485) concluding mid-2024.

If you’re an international graduate who has been banking on the two-year extension to further your career or explore opportunities in Australia, it’s time to reassess your plans. From mid-2024 onwards, this option will no longer be available, meaning you’ll need to explore alternative pathways to achieve your migration goals.

There are still numerous pathways available for international graduates who wish to stay in Australia. Alternative visa options that align with your qualifications, career goals, and personal circumstances include skilled migration visas, employer-sponsored visas, or state-specific nomination programs.

The end of the two-year extension for Temporary Graduate Visa holder work right marks a significant change in the migration landscape of Australia but it’s essential to have a proactive mindset and be willing to explore alternative pathways. Stay informed, strategic, and resilient, you can navigate these changes with confidence and achieve your migration goals. Remember, the journey may have its challenges, but with the right guidance and determination, your dreams of a brighter future in Australia are well within reach.
Navigating the intricacies of migration laws and visa applications can be overwhelming, especially amidst policy changes.

Contact Easy Migrate for personalised advice and support tailored to your individual circumstances. Our experienced team of agents and lawyers can help you navigate the process, maximise your chances of success, and alleviate any uncertainties or concerns you may have.

Call or make an appointment with Easy Migrate now.