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Temporary Skilled Migration Income Threshold (TSMIT) Up 3.9%

On 1 July 2011, Australia’s Temporary Skilled Migration Income Threshold (TSMIT) was increased by 3.9% from $47,480 to $49,330 to match the percentage increase in the Australian average weekly wage.Australian Immigration...[more]


Changes to Skilled Migration Visa Processing Times

The government has just announced changes to the order in which some skilled migration visa categories are processed. These changes may affect your application.The changes mean that the government will now give the highest...[more]


New Skilled Occupation List

Australia’s current Skilled Occupation List (SOL), which came into effect last July, is now due for its annual update.The updated SOL will see the removal of 4 currently listed occupations and addition of 13 new occupations,...[more]


New Priority Processing Guidelines take effect 14 July 2010

The Minister for Immigration and Citizenship has released New Priority Processing Guidelines giving many visa applicants some long awaited certainty as to the processing of their skilled migration application.Effective from...[more]

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