Skilled Occupation lists are to be reviewed following representations, DIBP has advised there will be a review in the near future of the Skilled Occupations Lists to reflect occupations that were not in the earlier versions of ANZSCO, but are included in the latest version (Version 2.1) released 5 July 2013…please read more…
From 1 March 2014: Skilled State and territory nominated visas (subclasses 190 & 489) will no longer be subject to occupational ceiling limitations; and, the minimum ceiling for each occupational group for Skilled Independed Visas (subclass 189) will be 1000 invitations.
This year 190,000 permanent visas have been allocated for new migrants to make Australia their home.
In addition an uncapped number of various temporary visas are available. To obtain one of these visas in most cases involves a multi-stage application process. Further Details
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