Is the future for immigration into Australia going to be a little easier? We think it might! Recommendations made by the Joint Standing Committee on Migration are highly positive, NSW expanded its regional occupation lists, parent visa legislation finally passed for Covid-19 concessions and a new Minister of Home Affairs.
00:42 Skilled Migration Report & Recommendations
02:38 New South Wales (NSW) NEW Occupation Lists
03:29 Parent visa grants
04:26 NEW Minister of Home Affairs – Karen Andrews
// NSW 190 & 491 Visa Nomination Requirements
New South Wales (NSW) 190 & 491 Visa:
// Other State 190 & 491 Visa Nomination Requirements
Victoria (VIC) 190 & 491 Visa:
Queensland (QLD) 190 & 491 Visa:
Australian Capital Territory (ACT) 491 Visa:
Australian Capital Territory (ACT )190 Visa:
Canberra Matrix (full guide):
ACT Critical Skills List Update (Jan 2021):
South Australia (SA) 190 & 491 Visa:
Tasmania (TAS) 190 & 491 Visa:
// Visas benefits, requirements and application
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