Recent & Upcoming Migration Updates February 2020

Quite a number of updates were announced by different regions of Australia in February of 2020. These were majorly related to occupation list and application guidelines. Updates came in from South Australia, Western Australia, ACT and Tasmania region.
Here’s a brief review of all the updates.

South Australia announced a few changes in the status of occupation availability. The ones with special conditions include the following:

 

  • 121313 Dairy Cattle Farmer
  • 132511 Research and Development Manager
  • 249214 Music Teacher (Private Tuition)
  • 121221 Vegetable Grower
  • 254412 Registered Nurse (Aged Care)

 

The region also announced two occupations with low availability. These were Manufacturer (ANZSCO 133411) and Early Childhood (Pre-primary School) (ANZSCO 241111).

On the other hand, Western Australia announced that a new occupation of Retail Pharmacist (ANZSCO 251513) is now available on the graduate occupation list. The occupation, however, is available for Regional WA only and the applicant will need to have the offer letter from the businesses located in certain locations (listed in Category 3)

The Australia Capital Territory issued new study visa application guidelines. These can be here:

www.canberrayourfuture.com.au


To proceed with your applications, you can contact our registered MARA agents to get the best possible immigration advice.

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