May 7, 2021

Canberra Matrix Points Calculator Visa Subclass 491 190

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Canberra Matrix is a system established by the government of the Australian Capital Territory that defines the eligibility, provides the guidelines and platform for visa application to the person who wants to migrate to Australia through the ACT state nomination category.

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Canberra Matrix Occupation List (ACT CRITICAL SKILLS LIST  MAY 2021)

Is your occupation listed in the ACT Critical Skills?

ANZSCO NOMINATED OCCUPATION
131112 Sales & Marketing Manager
131113 Advertising Manager
131114 Public Relations Manager (491 only)
132211 Finance Manager
132311 Human Resource manager
132411 Policy and Planning Manager (491 only)
133111 Construction Project Manager
133512 Production Manager (Manufacturing)
135112 ICT Project Manager
135199 ICT Managers (nec)
139911 Arts Administrator or Manager
139912 Environmental Manager
141111 Cafe and Restaurant Managers
149211 Call or Contact Centre Manager (491 only)
149212 Customer Service Manager
212411 Copywriter
212412 Newspaper or Periodical Editor
212413 Print Journalist
212415 Technical Writer
212416 Television Journalist
212499 Journalist & other writers (nec)
221111 Accountant (General)
221112 Management Accountant
221113 Taxation Accountant
221213 External Auditor
221214 Internal Auditor
222311 Financial Investment Advisers
222312 Financial Investment Managers
223111 HR Professional (491 only)
223112 Recruitment Consultant
223113 Workplace Relations Adviser (491 only)
224412 Policy Analyst (491 only)
224711 Management and Organisation Analysts
224712 Organisation and Methods Analyst
224912 Liaison Officer (491 only)
224914 Patents Examiner (491 only)
224999 Information and Org. Prof. nec (491 only)
225111 Advertising Specialist
225112 Market Research Analyst (491 only)
225113 Marketing Specialist
225311 Public Relations Professionals
232411 Graphic Designer
232412 Illustrator
232413 Multimedia Designer (491 only)
232414 Web Designer
233211 Civil Engineer
233212 Geotechnical Engineer
233213 Quantity Surveyor
233214 Structural Engineer
233215 Transport Engineer
233911 Aeronautical Engineer
233912 Agricultural Engineer
233913 Biomedical Engineer
233915 Environmental Engineer
241111 Early Childhood (Pre-Primary School) Teacher
251311 Environmental Health Officer (491 only)
251312 Occupational Health and Safety Adviser
252311 Dental Specialist
252312 Dentist (491 only)
252411 Occupational Therapist
252511 Physiotherapist
252711 Audiologist
252712 Speech Pathologist
253111 General Practitioner
253112 Resident Medical Officer
254411 Nurse Practitioner
254412 Registered Nurse (Aged Care)
254413 Registered Nurse (Child & Family Health)
254414 Registered Nurse (Community Health)
254415 Registered Nurse (Critical Care & Emergency)
254416 Registered Nurse (Developmental Disability)
254417 Registered Nurse (Disability & Rehabilitation)
254418 Registered Nurse (Medical)
254421 Registered Nurse (Medical Practice)
254422 Registered Nurse (Mental Health)
254423 Registered Nurse (Perioperative)
254424 Registered Nurse (Surgical)
254425 Registered Nurse (Paediatrics)
254499 Registered Nurses (nec)
261111 ICT Business Analyst
261112 Systems Analyst
261311 Analyst Programmer
261312 Developer Programmer
261313 Software Engineer
261314 Software Tester
261399 Software and Applications Programmers (nec)
262111 Database Administrator
262112 ICT Security Specialist
262113 Systems Administrator
263111 Computer Network & Systems Engineer
263112 Network Administrator
263113 Network Analyst
263211 ICT Quality Assurance Engineer
263212 ICT Support Engineer
263213 ICT Systems Test Engineer
263299 ICT Support and Test Engineers (nec)
272111 Careers Counsellor
272112 Drug and Alcohol Counsellor
272113 Family and Marriage Counsellor
272114 Rehabilitation Counsellor
272115 Student Counsellor
272199 Counsellors (nec)
272311 Clinical Psychologist
272312 Educational Psychologist
272313 Organisational Psychologist
272314 Psychotherapist
272399 Psychologist (nec)
272511 Social Worker
272611 Community Arts Worker (491 only)
272612 Recreation Officer
272613 Welfare Worker
312111 Architectural Draftsperson
312113 Building Inspector
312114 Construction Estimator (491)
312199 Architectural, Building and Surveying Tech (nec)
313111 Hardware Technician
313112 ICT Customer Support Officer
313113 Web Administrator
313199 ICT Support Technicians
323211 Fitter (General)
331211 Carpenter and Joiner
331212 Carpenters
331213 Joiner
334111 Plumbers
351311 Chef
351411 Cook
362211 Gardener (General
362212 Arborist
362213 Landscape Gardener
391111 Hairdressers
411711 Community Worker
411712 Disabilities Services Officer
411713 Family Support Worker
411715 Residential Care Officer
411716 Youth Worker
452311 Sports Development Officer
511111 Contract Administrator
511112 Program or Project Administrator

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During the consultation, you will receive an immigration Road – map which includes:

  • Advice on the visa pathways which are available to you
  • An assessment of your likely eligibility for each option
  • Benefits and disadvantages of each option as well as possible pitfalls or shortcomings
  • An outline of the main stages in the application process
  • Indicative processing time and cost for each option
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canberra matrix occupation list

January 12, 2021

ACT CRITICAL SKILLS LIST March 2021

ACT CRITICAL SKILLS LIST January 2021ACT has updated the critical skill list for 2021 where it added more occupation on their ACT Canberra CRITICAL SKILLS LIST March 2021

ANZSCO NOMINATED OCCUPATION
131112 Sales & Marketing Manager
131113 Advertising Manager
131114 Public Relations Manager (491 only)
132211 Finance Manager
132311 Human Resource manager
132411 Policy and Planning Manager (491 only)
133111 Construction Project Manager
133512 Production Manager (Manufacturing)
135112 ICT Project Manager
135199 ICT Managers (nec)
139911 Arts Administrator or Manager
139912 Environmental Manager
141111 Cafe and Restaurant Managers
149211 Call or Contact Centre Manager (491 only)
149212 Customer Service Manager
212411 Copywriter
212412 Newspaper or Periodical Editor
212413 Print Journalist
212415 Technical Writer
212416 Television Journalist
212499 Journalist & other writers (nec)
221111 Accountant (General)
221112 Management Accountant
221113 Taxation Accountant
221213 External Auditor
221214 Internal Auditor
222311 Financial Investment Advisers
222312 Financial Investment Managers
223111 HR Professional (491 only)
223112 Recruitment Consultant
223113 Workplace Relations Adviser (491 only)
224412 Policy Analyst (491 only)
224711 Management and Organisation Analysts
224712 Organisation and Methods Analyst
224912 Liaison Officer (491 only)
224914 Patents Examiner (491 only)
224999 Information and Org. Prof. nec (491 only)
225111 Advertising Specialist
225112 Market Research Analyst (491 only)
225113 Marketing Specialist
225311 Public Relations Professionals
232411 Graphic Designer
232412 Illustrator
232413 Multimedia Designer (491 only)
232414 Web Designer
233211 Civil Engineer
233212 Geotechnical Engineer
233213 Quantity Surveyor
233214 Structural Engineer
233215 Transport Engineer
233911 Aeronautical Engineer
233912 Agricultural Engineer
233913 Biomedical Engineer
233915 Environmental Engineer
241111 Early Childhood (Pre-Primary School) Teacher
251311 Environmental Health Officer (491 only)
251312 Occupational Health and Safety Adviser
252311 Dental Specialist
252312 Dentist (491 only)
252411 Occupational Therapist
252511 Physiotherapist
252711 Audiologist
252712 Speech Pathologist
253111 General Practitioner
253112 Resident Medical Officer
254411 Nurse Practitioner
254412 Registered Nurse (Aged Care)
254413 Registered Nurse (Child & Family Health)
254414 Registered Nurse (Community Health)
254415 Registered Nurse (Critical Care & Emergency)
254416 Registered Nurse (Developmental Disability)
254417 Registered Nurse (Disability & Rehabilitation)
254418 Registered Nurse (Medical)
254421 Registered Nurse (Medical Practice)
254422 Registered Nurse (Mental Health)
254423 Registered Nurse (Perioperative)
254424 Registered Nurse (Surgical)
254425 Registered Nurse (Paediatrics)
254499 Registered Nurses (nec)
261111 ICT Business Analyst
261112 Systems Analyst
261311 Analyst Programmer
261312 Developer Programmer
261313 Software Engineer
261314 Software Tester
261399 Software and Applications Programmers (nec)
262111 Database Administrator
262112 ICT Security Specialist
262113 Systems Administrator
263111 Computer Network & Systems Engineer
263112 Network Administrator
263113 Network Analyst
263211 ICT Quality Assurance Engineer
263212 ICT Support Engineer
263213 ICT Systems Test Engineer
263299 ICT Support and Test Engineers (nec)
272111 Careers Counsellor
272112 Drug and Alcohol Counsellor
272113 Family and Marriage Counsellor
272114 Rehabilitation Counsellor
272115 Student Counsellor
272199 Counsellors (nec)
272311 Clinical Psychologist
272312 Educational Psychologist
272313 Organisational Psychologist
272314 Psychotherapist
272399 Psychologist (nec)
272511 Social Worker
272611 Community Arts Worker (491 only)
272612 Recreation Officer
272613 Welfare Worker
312111 Architectural Draftsperson
312113 Building Inspector
312114 Construction Estimator (491)
312199 Architectural, Building and Surveying Tech (nec)
313111 Hardware Technician
313112 ICT Customer Support Officer
313113 Web Administrator
313199 ICT Support Technicians
323211 Fitter (General)
331211 Carpenter and Joiner
331212 Carpenters
331213 Joiner
334111 Plumbers
351311 Chef
351411 Cook
362211 Gardener (General
362212 Arborist
362213 Landscape Gardener
391111 Hairdressers
411711 Community Worker
411712 Disabilities Services Officer
411713 Family Support Worker
411715 Residential Care Officer
411716 Youth Worker
452311 Sports Development Officer
511111 Contract Administrator
511112 Program or Project Administrator

 

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NOTE: Please be advised that the above information is brief information only. There are regular changes in Eligibility and Requirement. Thus, please contact a registered migration to talk about your individual circumstance and lodge your visa. MILES INTERNATIONAL CONSULTANCY is authorized to give immigration assistance.

January 12, 2021
January 12, 2021

NSW 491 Visa

Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) Visa Overview

NSW Skilled Work Regional visa – Subclass 491 is a temporary visa. It is for skilled workers who want to live and work in regional Australia. This visa allows you to live and work in the NSW Regional for five years after the visa is granted. This visa provides you with 15 additional points to help you reach the test pass mark of 65 points from the Department of Home Affairs. Further specifics on this are available under ‘Eligibility.’

You may be able to apply for permanent residency through the Subclass 191 Permanent Residence (Skilled Regional) visa, after you have lived in regional for at 3 years onSkilled Work Regional visa (subclass 491) and obtained a minimum taxable income that meets the minimum threshold set by the Department of Home Affairs for at least 3 years (currently set at AU$53,900).

Regional Development Australia (RDA) will accept and assess applications for NSW Regional, and determine eligible occupations for their respective regions; however, nomination criteria is consistent across all regions as per RDA. These criteria are outlined below. Information about how to apply will be made available soon.

Currently, RDA offices will focus on nominating applicants who are undertaking skilled work in critical sectors. These applicants are a priority for the Government in supporting economic recovery following the impacts of COVID-19.

 

NSW 491 Visa Skilled Work Regional visa -subclass 491 – Nomination criteria

You must meet the all criteria in one of the following three streams to be eligible for NSW nomination:

  1. Living and working in regional NSW;
  2. recently completed study in regional NSW; or
  3. living and working outside of regional NSW.

1. Living and working in regional NSW

To be eligible for NSW nomination under this stream you must:

  • hold a valid skills assessment for an occupation that appears on your nominated region’s occupation list;
  • have been living in a designated regional area of NSW for at least the previous 12 months; and
  • have been working in your nominated occupation, or a closely related occupation, in a designated regional area of NSW, for at least the previous 12 months.

2. Recently completed a study in regional NSW

To be eligible for NSW nomination under this stream you must:

  • hold a valid skills assessment for an occupation that appears on your nominated region’s occupation list;
  • have completed study or education with an education provider, where:
    • the study was completed within the previous 24 months;
    • the education provider is located in a designated regional area in NSW;
    • the study meets the Australian study requirement (as determined by Home Affairs from time to time); and
    • the qualification obtained from this study has been assessed as closely related to your nominated occupation by the relevant assessing authority; and
  • have lived in a designated regional area of NSW while completing your study.

3. Living and working outside of regional NSW

To be eligible for NSW nomination under this stream you must meet all the criteria for at least one of the following categories:

  1. a. Job offer in regional NSW

To be eligible for NSW nomination under this category you must:

  • hold a valid skills assessment for an occupation that appears on your nominated region’s occupation list;
  • have an offer for ongoing employment that is:
    • in your nominated occupation, or a closely related occupation; and
    • for a minimum term of 12 months and 35 hours of work per week;
  • have an offer for ongoing employment from an employer that is:
    • located in a designated regional area in NSW; and
    • registered in Australia.

        b. At least five years of skilled employment experience (offshore Applicants)

If you reside outside of Australia, you must:

  • hold a valid skills assessment for an occupation that appears on your nominated region’s occupation list; and
  • have at least five years of skilled employment in such nominated occupation or a closely related occupation.

     c. Family ties in regional NSW

To be eligible for NSW nomination under this category you must:

  • hold a valid skills assessment for an occupation that appears on your nominated region’s occupation list; and
  • have an immediate family member in a designated regional area in NSW who satisfies all of the criteria below:
    • is either your grandfather, grandmother, father, mother, brother, or sister (including by virtue of a step or adoptive relationship);
    • at least 18 years of age;
    • either an Australian Permanent Resident, an Australian Citizen, or an NSW nominated provisional visa holder (489);
    • currently residing in a designated regional area in NSW; and
    • has been residing in a designated regional area in NSW for at least the previous 24 months,
    • and you must ensure that your family member has completed a statutory declaration to confirm that they satisfy each of the above chain migration requirements.

Participating regions

  • Central Coast
  • Central West
  • Far South Coast
  • Far West
  • Hunter
  • Illawarra
  • Mid North Coast
  • Northern Inland
  • Northern Rivers
  • Orana
  • Riverina
  • Southern Inland(including Murray region)
  • Sydney*

*Designated regional postcodes within the RDA Sydney area can be found on the Home Affairs website.

  

NOTE: Please be advised that the above information is brief information only. There are regular changes in Eligibility and Requirement. Thus, please contact a registered migration to talk about your individual circumstance and lodge your visa. MILES INTERNATIONAL CONSULTANCY is authorized to give immigration assistance.

 

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January 11, 2021
January 11, 2021

Tasmania 491 Visa

Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) Visa Overview

This is the provisional visa which allows you to live and work in Tasmania for five years after the visa is granted.

Tasmania’s state nomination for this visa provides you with 15 additional points to help you reach the test pass mark of 65 points from the Department of Home Affairs. Further specifics on this are available under ‘Eligibility.’ Through the Subclass 191 Permanent Residence (Skilled Regional) visa, you may be able to apply for permanent residency After you have lived in Tasmania for at 3 years and obtained a minimum taxable income that meets the minimum threshold set by the Department of Home Affairs for at least 3 years (currently set at AU$53,900), you may be eligible to apply for permanent residency via the Subclass 191 Permanent Residence (Skilled Regional) visa.

Criteria for the Skilled Work Regional 491 visa:

Checklist.

Tasmania 491 Visa Requirement 

Category 1 – Tasmanian Graduate

You must satisfy any of the following conditions in order to be eligible for this category.

  1. You must have graduated from a registered CRICOS tertiary institution in Tasmania.The program that was taken:
  2. A degree (bachelor’s degree or other higher degree), a diploma (standard, intermediate, associate or graduate degree) or a business certificate must be required (minimum Cert III level for a skilled occupation in Major Group 3 in ANZSCO)
  3. The minimum length of one educational year must be (40 weeks)
  4. In Tasmania, they must be full time and on location.
  5. You have stayed in the state for a minimum of 1 year during your study  time. 
  6. You and your dependents are now residing in Tasmania and can offer proof    of your maintaining genuine dedication.

Category 2 – Working in Tasmania

You must satisfy any of the following conditions in order to be eligible for this category.

  1. You would have served for six months in Tasmania directly prior to the state candidacy filing. In your nominated career, you do not need to be employed. Your work requires:
  2. Be in one full-time job or in two or more part-time positions for at least 35 hours a week and you should have proof of your job statements (see Paper Checklist-Employment for more details)
  3. Fill Tasmania with a real, ongoing skill shortage
  4. You and your dependents must be living in Tasmania at present and should show a sincere determination to continue living in Tasmania.
  5. Your employer must have a well-established business which has been involved in Tasmania for the last 12 months.

Category 3A – Overseas applicant (TSOL)

You must be living abroad and satisfy one of the following requirements in order to be eligible for this category:

  1. The Tasmanian Skilled Occupation List (TSOL) must list your nominated occupation as ‘In DEMAND’ -(please note the English Proficiency and Other Requirements listed on TSOL do apply to this category)
  2. In the last 12 months, you, or all of your dependants, have not stayed in another Australian state or territory.
  3. For your nominated occupation in a recognized English language exam, you have obtained the English requirement stated on the TSOL or carry a passport from the UK, Ireland, the USA, Canada or New Zealand.
  4. For your nominated occupation, you have read and complied with the ‘other criteria and notes column’ stated in the TSOL

Category 3B – Overseas applicant (Job offer)

You must be living abroad and satisfy one of the following requirements in order to be eligible for this category:

  1. A formal work offer for a job based in Tasmania in your nominated profession has been obtained.
  2. In the last 12 months, you or any of your dependants have not stayed in another Australian state or territory.
  3. Your employer must have a well-established business that has been involved for the past 12 months in Tasmania.
  4. There must be a legitimate need for your role in the company. This will be fulfilled if there is:
  5. An current, present and true need for your role within the company
  6. An continuing need for your role and the ability for the organization to retain the position nominated

Category 4 – Family in Tasmania

You must apply from outside Tasmania and have an IMMEDIATE family member who satisfies any of the following requirements in order to be eligible for this category:

  1. For at least 12 months previous to the submission of your application, you have been an Australian permanent resident or an Australian citizen.
  2. currently lives in Tasmania and has been in Tasmania for a minimum of 12 months.
  3. Should be a parent, brother, sister, child, aunt, uncle, or grandparent
  4. Agrees to help and assist you on your arrival in Tasmania in the process of obtaining jobs in Tasmania

Please note: under this group, partnerships by marriage, such as sister or brother in law, are not suitable. The direct relationship with the sponsoring family member must be maintained by you (the applicant). 

Other available nomination categories should be accepted by applicants currently residing in Tasmania.

Category 5 – Small Business Owner

You have to reside in Tasmania at the time of submission of your application and satisfy the following requirements in order to be eligible for this category:

  1. Show that for at least 6 months you have founded and run your company (solely owned) in Tasmania
  2. Display that the business is extremely likely to be able to send you a personal income that will conform with the minimum taxable income criteria laid down for the Subclass 191 Permanent Resident (Skilled Regional) visa by Home Affairs.

A detailed strategic strategy must be given by all candidates with:

  1. Evidence of extensive analysis into, and awareness of, the target market
  2. research and understanding of relevant industry conditions, licensing and/or registration requirements for the business in Tasmania
  3. realistic market opportunities for the proposed business in Tasmania, particularly where the business would be competing with other similar existing businesses already established in Tasmania.

Tasmania 491 Visa Document Checklist

Minimum Document Requirement for all nomination categories:

  1. SkillSelect EOI
  2. Skills Assessment
  3. Declaration of nomination obligations
  4. English
  5. Commitment to Tasmania statement
  6. Personal and visa information
  7. Work Experience
  8. Employment
  9. Living in Tasmania
  10. Financial Capacity
  11. Nomination by other Australian state/territory
  12. Family Relationships

Additional Document Requirement for specific category:

Category 1: Tasmanian Graduate

  1. – Australian qualifications
  2. – Employability statement
  3. – Employment evidence

Category 2: Working in Tasmania

– Employment evidence

Category 3A: Overseas applicant (TSOL)

  1. – Employability
  2. – You must be able to demonstrate that you have the relevant qualifications, skill set and work experience etc. to meet the criteria of the advertised position
  3. – Settlement statement

Category 3B: Overseas applicant (Job Offer)

– Recruitment/Communication evidence

Category 4 – Family in Tasmania

– Family/Relationship evidence

Category 5 – Small Business Owner

– Business ownership

 

December 22, 2020

Victoria 2020-2021 Skilled Visa Nomination Program Subclass 491 and 190

Victoria has announced that it will be opening 2020-2021 Skilled Visa Nomination Program Subclass 491 and 190 from

10am AEDT 5th of January 2021

Visa type Interim program
(September 2020)
Additional for the remainder of 2020-21
(full program)
Total
Skilled Nominated (Subclass 190) visa 600 1,900 2,500
Skilled Work Regional (Subclass 491) visa 200 843 1,043
Total skilled nomination places for Victoria 3,543

Victoria 2020-2021 Skilled Visa Nomination Program Subclass 491 and 190

Submission windows

We will now be accepting ROIs in submission windows – set timeframes in which you can submit your ROIs.  Once a submission window closes, you will need to wait for the next submission window to submit your ROI.

SUBMISSION WINDOW SELECTION DAY
10am, 5 January 2021 to 5pm, 11 January 2021 22 January 2021
9am, 2 February 2021 to 5pm, 8 February 2021 19 February 2021
9am, 2 March 2021 to 5pm, 8 March 2021 19 March 2021
9am, 6 April 2021 to 5pm, 12 April 2021 23 April 2021
9am, 4 May 2021 to 5pm, 10 May 2021 21 May 2021

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December 7, 2020
December 7, 2020

SKILLED REGIONAL (PROVISIONAL VISA) 489SKILLED REGIONAL PROVISIONAL VISA 489

  • For skilled workers who want to live and work in regional Australia
  • You can bring your family
  • If you are granted this visa, you might be able to apply for the Skilled Regional (Permanent) visa (subclass 887)

Skilled Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 489) Invited pathway

This is a temporary visa. It is for skilled workers who want to live and work in regional Australia.

You must:

  • be invited to apply for the visa
  • be nominated by an Australian state or territory or sponsored by an eligible relative
  • satisfy the points test
  • be under 45 years of age at the time of invitation
  • Stay 4 years

Cost From AUD

Processing Time

There are no standard processing times available for this pathway.

Skilled Regional Provisional Visa (subclass 489) Extended stay pathway

This is a temporary visa. It is for skilled workers who want to live and work in regional Australia.

  • You need to live, work and study in specified regional areas of Australia
  • You must hold a subclass 475, 487, 495 or 496 visa

Stay 4 years from the date your current skilled visa was granted

Cost From AUD360

Processing Time

There are no standard processing times available for this pathway.

Skilled Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 489) Subsequent entry pathway

This visa is for a member of the family unit of someone who holds a Skilled Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 489) or a subclass 475, 487, 495 or 496 visa.

  • You need to live, work and study in specified regional areas of Australia
  • You must be a member of the family unit of someone who holds a 475, 487, 489, 495 or 496 Stay Until the visa that your family member holds ends.

Cost From AUD4,045

Processing Time

There are no standard processing times available for this pathway.

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November 30, 2020

482 VISA TEMPORARY SKILL SHORTAGE TSS VISA

This 482 visa temporary skill shortage tss visa (TSS) lets an employer sponsor a suitably skilled worker to fill a position they can’t find a suitably skilled Australian to fill.

Basic Eligibility

You must:

  • be nominated for a skilled position by an approved sponsor
  • have the right skills to do the job
  • meet the relevant English language requirements
482 VISA TEMPORARY SKILL SHORTAGE TSS VISA (Short-term stream)

This visa enables employers to address labor shortages by bringing in skilled workers where employers can’t source an appropriately skilled Australian worker.

Stay

You can stay for up to 2 years or up to 4 years if an International Trade Obligation (ITO) applies.

Cost

From AUD1,265

Processing Time

  • 75% of applications: 30 days
  • 90% of applications: 46 days
  • The occupation is on the short-term skilled occupations list
482 VISA TEMPORARY SKILL SHORTAGE TSS VISA (Medium-term stream)

This visa enables employers to address labor shortages by bringing in skilled workers where employers can’t source an appropriately skilled Australian worker.

Stay
  • Up to 4 years
Cost
  • From AUD2,645
Processing Time
  • 75% of applications: 30 days
  • 90% of applications: 47 days
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September 16, 2020

5 Five benefits of studying in a regional area.5 Five benefits of studying in a regional area

If you’re thinking about moving to Australia to study, you can probably imagine yourself studying in an iconic capital city like Sydney or Melbourne. You may not realize that regional Australia is another option — an option taken by many international students. There are a number of higher education providers located in regional and country Australia, which give you the opportunity to explore ‘the real Australia’ outside the big capital cities. There are some great reasons why you should think about studying in regional Australia: regional institutions offer a great relaxing lifestyle, a more personalized university experience, beautiful natural scenery, and additional opportunities for migration.

Lifestyle:

  • Regional cities provide a relaxing lifestyle away from the hustle and bustle of the big city. Imagine being able to go for a swim at the beach or a bushwalk in your spare time between classes. Many regional cities are very cosmopolitan as well, with similar leisure pursuits to what you would find in the capital cities. Regional cities have the same facilities and entertainment that you will find in the big cities (think health care, cinemas, sporting venues, restaurants, cafés, bars, and shopping), so you can be sure to find everything you need. One of the main differences is that these regional cities are more relaxed, and you will feel as if you are part of a community rather than just one person in a big city: you will get to know ‘country hospitality’ first hand.

Specialty course offerings:

  • One of the 5 Five benefits of studying in a regional area is that Regional areas provide opportunities for secondary school, university, TAFE, and English language study. Campuses in regional cities offer a wide range of disciplines, many of which are tailored to the strengths of the local area. You might find that the campus in Adelaide’s Barossa Valley offers a specialty winemaking degree, a campus in Far North Queensland that features a range of tropical studies, or that campus on the New South Wales coast specializes in marine biology. There are also a number of medical and dental schools in regional areas, training students to (hopefully) take up jobs in these regions.

A community feel:

  • One of the 5 Five benefits of studying in a regional area is that You will find that regional university campuses are smaller, which usually means that there is a real community feel and that it is easier to meet and get to know people. Most other students will be living in the same area as well, so it will be easy to catch up with friends after class. At a regional campus, it is a lot harder to get lost in the crowd and it is likely that you will feel very welcomed, meaning that you can expect to settle into your new study and living environment in no time

Discover the ‘real Australia’:

  • Australia is famous around the world for the beauty of its natural environment. From tropical rainforests and snow-covered mountains to white sandy beaches, rolling hills, red deserts, and the iconic ‘bush’, Australia really does have it all. Regional campuses are the best places to really explore Australia’s natural environment out of the city. You will have a chance to get to know the country and take up the amazing lifestyle opportunities that it offers which is one of the 5 Five benefits of studying in a regional area

Additional opportunities for migration:

  • If you are thinking about applying for permanent residency in Australia once your studies are over, living and studying in a regional area will give you a distinct advantage. Study in a regional area will grant you five extra points in the Department of Immigration and Citizenship’s points test for skilled migration visa applications.
  • Certain cities in Australia have been given the status of being regional. These areas are generally a bit away from the main cities of Australia but in themselves, they are developed and advanced cities. Cities such as Adelaide, Tasmania, Ballarat, Townsville, Rockhampton, Darwin, and many other well-known cities fall in this category.
  • Regional cities of Australia have all the facilities that are available in larger cities but have had less population growth. The universities situated in regional areas are amongst the Top Best Australian Universities. Many large companies are situated in these cities.
  • Some regional universities have been in existence for half a century or more, attract many students from metropolitan areas and overseas, and have deserved international reputations for innovative approaches to teaching and research.

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Please be advised that the above information is brief information only, please contact a registered migration to talk about your individual circumstance and lodge your visa. MILES INTERNATIONAL CONSULTANCY is authorized to give immigration assistance.

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