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Temporary Skilled Migration Income Threshold (TSMIT) Raised to $70,000

Temporary Skilled Migration Income Threshold (TSMIT) Raised to $70,000

Unpacking the Increased TSMIT Announced by the Australian Department of Home Affairs   Following the recent announcement from the Australian Department of Home Affairs, the Temporary Skilled Migration Income Threshold (TSMIT) has been increased from the original $53,900 to the current $70,000 . This significant change is one that both potential migrants and employers sponsoring overseas talent need to understand.…

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How to sponsor International teachers for work visa

How to sponsor International teachers for work visa

At Ausdirect Migration, we have seen a growing trend where Australian schools are sponsoring more and more international teachers to fill the skills gap in Australia. We have assisted many schools in Australia in managing the Temporary Skills Shortage (TSS) program over the years. We couldn’t be more thrilled to see more talented international teachers embark on their new career…

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Changes to International Students Working Hours

Changes to International Students Working Hours Breaking news! Prime Minister recently announced there will be changes for international students working hour limit. Currently, international students are subjected to condition 8105, which is the 40 hour per fortnight work limitation, unless you are studying a Masters by Research or a PhD then this condition does not apply to you. In 2021,…

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New Changes to Travel Exemption

Great news for Australian citizens and permanent residents who have been longing to be reunited with their parents. The Department of Home Affairs recently announced that from 1 November 2021, the definition of “immediate family member” will include the parents of adult Australian citizens and permanent residents. The definition of parents of Australian citizens and permanent residents includes biological parents,…

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188 Entrepreneur Visa Opened First in South Australia

188 Entrepreneur Visa Opened First in South Australia

188E Visa (188 Visa Entrepreneur stream) Opened First in South Australia South Australian Government has announced that the 188E Visa (188 Visa Entrepreneur stream) is now open from 28 September 2021. Key requirements for potential applicants: Meet the Department of Home Affairs Subclass 188 Entrepreneur stream visa criteria. Have competent English or be a passport holder or citizen of the…

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Changes to Subclass 189 New Zealand Stream Visa in 2021

Changes to Subclass 189 New Zealand Stream Visa in 2021
What is Subclass 189 Skilled Independent Visa - New Zealand Stream? Subclass 189 New Zealand stream visa is for New Zealand citizens who have demonstrated commitment and contribution to Australia. By applying for this visa, it will allow eligible New Zealand citizens to live in Australia indefinitely; work and study in Australia; enrol in Australia’s public health care scheme; sponsor…
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