WHM Visa Work Requirements Change, NSW Skilled Work Visa Applications Open
People from the UK will be able to apply for a second or third Working Holiday Maker visa without having to carry out the previously required specified work, including agricultural work.
The Australia – United Kingdom Free Trade Agreement (AUKFTA) was recently signed by the UK and Australia, it includes the new requirements for Working Holiday Makers from the UK.
New South Wales will be opening applications for their Skilled Work (Provisional) visa (Subclass 491) for which you must submit a new Registration of Interest (ROI) before the end of October.
If you were not invited in August you must submit a new ROI for the October round.
There will be many more applicants than invitations offered for the NSW Skilled migration program so be sure to book a consult with Easy Migrate to discuss your visa options, they have the expertise you need for a proper assessment of all your visa options.
In Queensland the skilled migration program restart, slated for the end of September will be delayed until a final round of industry consultation by a Queensland Government Department is carried out to determine program requirements.
With International travel on the cards for citizens and permanent residents of Australia some time around the end of this year, 2022 is shaping up to be a big year for inbound migration to the country.
Borders are opening, restrictions are easing, it is definitely the right time to start planning your future with Easy Migrate.
We can help you not only to come to and live in Australia, we can help you and those around you to thrive here and achieve a quality of life that is the envy of the world.
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