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Migration Pathways through Early Childhood Education

Migration Pathways through Early Childhood Education Early childhood (pre-primary school) education is a promising career in the Australian skilled migration setting. The governing body responsible for the skill assessment of the individuals aspiring to be recognized educators in pre-primary schools is the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL). AITSL criteria of assessing early […]
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First Home Super Saver Scheme

First Home Super Saver Scheme The First Home Super Saver (FHSS) scheme allows eligible first home buyers to save faster for their first home within their super fund.  This scheme is highly beneficial to first home buyers due to the favourable tax treatment of super, meaning that you will be able to save for your […]
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Business Visa – Upcoming changes

Business Visa – Upcoming changes  From 1 July 2021, some changes to the Business Innovation and Investment Program will come into effect. A number of key aspects of the eligibility criteria for the Business Innovation Stream (subclass 188), which is a provisional visa that can lead to permanent residency through the subclass 888 visa pathway, […]
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The Contributory Parent Visa

Contributory Parent Visa (subclass 173 & 143) The Contributory Parent Visa (subclass 173 and 143) allows parents of an Australian citizen, permanent resident, or eligible New Zealand citizen to live, study or work in Australia. The Contributory Parent (subclass 173) is a temporary visa that allows the applicant to live in Australia for up to […]
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Prenuptial Agreements

Binding Financial Agreements [Prenuptial Agreements] A Prenuptial Agreement is a legal agreement intended to protect the property rights of a couple entering a de facto relationship or marriage. Entering into a prenuptial agreement can often prove to be extremely useful, should a couple decide to separate in the future. Generally, prenuptial agreements can reduce the […]
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Sub Class 491 Tasmania – Eligibility and Process

The Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 491) is a provisional visa for skilled workers which allows you to live and work in Tasmania for up to five years. Once you have lived and worked in Tasmania for at least 3 years, provided that you have earned a minimum taxable income set by the Department […]
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Categories in which you can apply for the sc 491 from Tasmania

Tasmanian Government has introduced several categories from which you can apply for the Sub Class 491 visas. However, meeting the nomination requirements does not guarantee that you will be offered State Nomination from the Tasmanian Government. Your nomination shall be dependent on many factors, including the quota of nominations given to the State of Tasmania […]
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Changes to the Job Ready Program (JRP) by TRA

    TRA has changed the method of submitting applications and supporting documents. With effect from 11th June, 2020, applicants shall no longer need to email their applications and supporting documents to TRA. Instead of emailing applications and supporting documents to TRA, applicants shall be required to upload their application and supporting documents through the TRA Online […]
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