Studying overseas can be the root of a promising future; however, in situations like COVID, it can be a daunting task. Especially if you are already abroad & the destination country has a set of rules and regulations, it can be tiring. However, in challenging situations like these, the Australian government is doing its best to provide all the amenities to international students and immigrants. So, if you are one of them, this blog has a big update for you. Read on to know more.
The eligible applicants for a second TGV will be required to remain in a regional area for their new visa duration.
These rules are introduced to bring more diversity and clarity to international applicants. If you are looking to apply for a TGV or a second TGV, you have the rules intact in your hand. However, if you require any assistance in applying for these visas, you can reach out to SIEC Migration experienced consultants in Migrations & study abroad projects.
Australia introduces NEW Regional Migration visas!
Good news for International Skilled workers, as Australia is set to introduce two new Skilled Regional visas, which launch on 16 November 2019. An additional permanent visa pathway will also become active from November 2022.
The new skilled regional visas will enable skilled migrants and dependent family members to live and work in regional Australia for upto 5 years.READ MORE
The National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters (NAATI) is a standards organization that is responsible for ensuring that high standards are set, maintained and promoted and provide the necessary accreditation for those who wish to gain knowledge/experience in working as Translators or Interpreters in Australia.READ MORE
A professional year program is a development program that has been structured to enhance a student’s ability to gain employment and broaden knowledge and skills of the Australian culture and workplace.READ MORE