skilled Migration

Home - Posts tagged: skilled Migration

Australia In Technical Skill Crisis! Will Need 200,000 Engineers by 2040

Australia needs 200,000 engineers by 2040
In numbers, a shortfall of 200,000 engineering professionals is predicted to weigh heavily on the Australian engineering industry by 2040, which will have grown at a rate of roughly 74% in terms of labour demand in the given span of one and a half decade. A report titled Engineering a Better Future: Australia’s Growing Crisis[...]
Read More

A Guide to Skills Assessing Authorities and Occupations for Australian Skilled Migration

Common occupation and skill assessment authorities in Australian Immigration
Australia’s Skilled Migration Program offers hundreds of occupations from all professional fields. However, in order to prove your qualifications for a preferred occupation, you must be assessed for your work experience and skills and receive a positive assessment so that you can move forward with your migration application. Some skilled migration visas are –  Skilled[...]
Read More

Australian Immigration Update 2023: Ten Changes to Invigorate Your Migration Plans

australian immigration update 2023
2023 is set to be the most welcoming and exciting year for all Australian immigration aspirants, especially because of its high amount of allocations for general skilled migration program with visible progress on fast-track processing ( Read Ministerial Direction on Priority Processing of Australian Skilled Migration Visas ) Here are the 10 changes that will[...]
Read More

Australian Immigration Starts 2023 with milestone accomplishments in visa processing

Milestone achieved in removing australian visa backlog
Since taking power the Albanese Government has been working to boost up Australia’s immigration programs. Reducing visa backlogs, increasing immigration quota, and employing more staffs to speed up visa processing are some of the actions taken so far. Here are a few accomplishments related to visa backlogs: 4 million visas processed in total from May[...]
Read More

Ministerial Direction on Priority Processing of Australian Skilled Migration Visas

Ministerial direction 100, Australia
The new Albanese Govt has taken many steps to address the skill shortage and visa backlogs. Minister Andrew Giles stated that the visa backlog would come to a “manageable” level before Christmas. Following Labor Government’s commitments regarding this matter, a Ministerial Direction (100) from the Department of Home Affairs was issued on October 27, 2022.[...]
Read More

Australian Jobs & Skills Summit 2022: Increasing Skilled Migration to Australia is a key focus of the October Federal Budget

Australian jobs and skills summit 2022
Skilled migration to Australia from around the world had received major focus in the Job & Skills Summit 2022, the two-day event held on September 1st and 2nd at the Parliament House of the capital Canberra. The summit was coordinated by the Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albaneses and the Chief Treasurer Jim Chalmers. Important agenda[...]
Read More