No matter how much you love hanging out with friends, sometimes you want to spend time on your own. Whether it’s to study, to read, or just to relax, there are times when you want to do those things in places that you don’t usually visit. Although spending time alone...
Thank you for those who attented our Info Session at Progress Bali, we were happy to share a lot of information with all of you! On August 8th, 2017 , Progress Bali welcomed Mr. Brian Noh, the Marketing Manager of Australian International College (AIC). We discusssed a lot of things,...
Hi Sydneysiders! Are you struggling with your study options and want to know more information to determine your future plans? Would you like to know more about current migration regulations and changes? We are here to deliver tons of information for you! It is FREE, you just need to contact us...
Occupations on Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL)
Occupations on Short-term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL)
News headlines on 18 April 2017 screamed that the controversial subclass 457 visa will be abolished on 19 April 2017. Well, not quite yet. The fact is that the subclass 457 visa still exists for the time being, although it is changing and taking a different shape. The changes are...
DIBP accepts proof of English language proficiency from several sources such as IELTS, TOEFL IBT, PTE etc. The validity period of the test results can be vary for different visa sub class, and also some skill assessment organisations have different English language requirement, type of test and validity period.
A review application at the AAT can take a long time, which may results in the situation where the decision to grant the visa is no longer possible. A directive to fast track the application exists in the tribunal guidelines.
On 1 July 2016, a few accupations were removed from the skilled occupation list, to find out your options please contact us.
The policy guidelines from DIBP mentioned that a qualification can be considered for sub class 457 visa application, if it was completed as a result of study, rather than obtained through the RPL process. This policy so far is not applicable for ENS & RSMS applications.