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Temporary Activity (subclass 408) COVID-19 Pandemic event visa changes you should know about: ✨ℹ️ On 2 March 2022, Minister Hawke announced changes to the subclass 408 Australian Government Endorsed Event (AGEE) COVID-19 Pandemic event, which included expanding the visa beyond key sectors to allow work in all sectors.ℹ️ Temporary visa holders with work rights will be able to access the Pandemic event visa (Subclass 408) visa incurring no Visa Application Charge (VAC) for a period of 6 or 12 months if they work in any sector of the Australian economy.➡️ The length of stay granted to applicants under the revised Pandemic event visa arrangements is based on meeting certain eligibility requirements. Applicants applying to work in:➡️ The Commonwealth Aged Care sector may be granted a visa of up to 12 months to remain and work in that sector.➡️ A key sector (aged care, agriculture, child care, disability care, food processing, health care and tourism and hospitality) may be granted a visa of up to 12 months to remain and work in any of those key sectors.➡️ Any other sector may be granted a visa of up to 6 months to remain and work in those sectors.➡️ The new arrangements will only be available for Pandemic event visa applications made on or after 21 February 2022.➡️ Applicants will need to provide evidence at time of application that they are employed in Australia or have a job offer to work in Australia.➡️ Applicants will only be eligible for this visa if they apply within 90 days of their substantive visa expiring, or if their last substantive visa has already expired, within 28 days after it expired.Do you want to know more about Subclass 408? Need professional immigration assistance? Speak with our Legal Team today! Link in the comments 👇 ... See MoreSee Less
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ℹ️ SkillSelect - Last invitation Round 2021-22 (21 April 2022)✅1,500 invitations to apply for a visa were given:▪️ 1,000 for a Skilled Independent visa (Subclass 189)▪️ 500 for Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) visa (Subclass 491) – Family-Sponsored✅ Minimum points score:▪ 85 for Skilled Independent 189▪ 65 for Skilled Regional 491 Family-SponsoredNeed professional immigration assistance? Book a consultation today! Link in the comments 👇 ... See MoreSee Less
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There are many ways to start your career in New Zealand. But this can be overwhelming if you don't know the direction😩Speak with our experienced New Zealand team and be guided step by step to help you make the right choice👌Link in the comments 👇 ... See MoreSee Less
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Did you know that Australia has left-hand traffic laws? That also means the steering wheels in vehicles are on the right-hand side, so the driver is closer to the centre of the road. Aussies also walk on the left!Learn more about Australia and get your visa application ready with us! Link in the comments👇 ... See MoreSee Less
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