Australia Introduces Multiple Entry Visa Extension For Chinese Tourists

Australia Introduces Multiple Entry Visa Extension For Chinese Tourists

Following the signing of an Australia-China free trade agreement on the 17th of June, the Australian Federal Government has extended its three year multiple entry visa to ten years for Chinese nationals. Singapore, Canada and America have made similar moves in the past, in a competitive strategy to attract more of the booming capital surfacing in China.

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457 Visa Jobs List Review

457 Visa Jobs List Review

In order to apply for a 457 visa, an employer must nominate and sponsor you to work in the country. The application can only be successful if your skill area is listed on the Consolidated Sponsored Occupations List.

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Australia in short supply of panel beaters and cabinet makers, but dentists lose out

Australia in short supply of panel beaters and cabinet makers, but dentists lose out

The Australian government added panel beaters and cabinet makers to the Skilled Occupation List (SOL) which means they can apply for a visa under the country’s skilled migration programme.

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Australian Government extends tourist visa for Chinese citizens

Australian Government extends tourist visa for Chinese citizens

The Australian government has extended multiple entry visas to Chinese citizens from three to ten years in a move to better compete with the United States and Canada, who are also clamouring for more Asian tourists.

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Hospitality Industry looking for more 457 Visa employees

Hospitality Industry looking for more 457 Visa employees

Australia is looking for immigrants to come work in their hospitality and tourism industry. The hospitality industry has struck a deal with the Federal government last month to make it simpler to bring in foreign employees via the 457 skilled migration visa programs.

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New Student Visa System in Australia for 2016

New Student Visa System in Australia for 2016

Australia has adopted a new student visa processing system that might make life a little easier for future students and higher education providers. The proposed new process, called, the simplified student visa framework (SSVF), will launch in July 2016 replacing the streamlined visa processing (SVP), which has been used since 2012.

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