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From 19 April 2017 Australian Government announced major changes to the the temporary and permanent employer sponsored visas which will be introduced gradually starting immediately until March 2018.
The immediate change introduced by government is the change to the approved occupation lists with 216 occupations removed from the list and conditions introduced to 59 other occupations.
457 visa will be abolished from March 2018 and replaced by new Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) visa. This visa will have 2 streams:
Short-Term TSS Stream – occupations eligible under this stream will be listed on the Short-Term Skilled Occupations LIst (STSOL), with the maximum visa period of 2 years with one renewal allowed , so the maximum period of 4 years. This stream will have no pathway to permanent residency.
Medium-Term TSS Stream – occupations eligible under this stream will be listed on the Medium and Long-Term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL), with the maximum visa period of 4 years. Visa holders will qualify for permanent residency after 3 years.
The government has published new occupational ceilings for the general skilled migration program for the year 2016-2017.
The ceiling limits have increased for some occupations and decreased for others. It has been increased for engineers, medical practitioners, air-conditioning and refrigeration mechanics, solicitors, psychologists, physiotherapists, registered nurses, medical laboratory scientists, chefs, plasterers and wall and floor tillers. It has been reduced for most IT professionals and civil engineering professionals, architects, metal fitters, social workers, panel beaters, health and welfare service managers. Accountants remain at the same level.
For more information visit: https://www.border.gov.au/Busi/Empl/skillselect
Australia is to trial a 10-year multiple entry tourist visas for Chinese citizens. The trial will also allow for tourist applications to be lodged in Mandarin.
This trial is to encourage further growth in tourist numbers from China with government figures showing a million Chinese tourists arriving in Australia in recent 12 months and contributing A$8.3 billion to our economy. China is the fastest growing group of holidaymakers in Australia and second to New Zealand in absolute numbers of tourist arrivals.
Australia has also launched a global tourism campaign targeting China with year 2017 designated as the Australia-China Year of Tourism. Governments of both countries will deliver programs to promote the tourism relationship between China and Australia.
Source: Migration Allliance
The Education and Employment References Committee have produced the following document:
More foreign technology entrepreneurs will be allowed to stay in Australia under changes that come into effect next November.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s Innovation Statement laid out a plan to allow international businesspeople to apply for new temporary entrepreneurs visas. The visas will depend on how innovative their start-up idea is, how much growth potential it has and their level of financial backing from a third party.
International post-graduate technology and science graduates will be fast-tracked to permanent residency by gaining more points towards gaining skilled independent visas, making their application more likely to be successful – a measure to come into effect from December next year.