9 Things You Should Know About Your 457 Visa

Understanding your 457 visa will not only protect your rights as an employee but also maximize the potential in achieving your permanent residency goals.

Boost Your Migration Points with NAATI Accreditation

About NAATI: National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters (NAATI) is a standards organisation responsible for setting, maintaining and promoting high professional standards that issues accreditations for practitioners who wish to work as translators and interpreters in Australia.

Understand Two Years Study Requirement for Skilled Migration

The basic requirement for international students who wish to apply for a Temporary Graduate Visa (subclass 485) or obtain extra points for skill migration in Australia based on their Australian Qualification is to meet the two years full-time study requirement.

Australian Migration Trends in 2014-2015

Have you always wondered where the majority of migrants into Australia are originally from?

Got Travel Plans? Want to Go Home for Christmas? Bridging Visas Explained!

It’s that time of the year. All the shops are decked out, the streets adorned with lights and festive decors! For most people, school work and office work are on hold. It makes us think about families, the possibility of travels, holidays and the like.

Top 10 Perks of Becoming a PR in Australia

The melting pot down under, Australia is an exceptional country to settle down. Ranked by the United Nations as the second-best country in the world for its quality of life, Australia unceasingly attracts international skilled workers to migrate and to make their dreams realized.

Top 6 Tips in Choosing the Best Migration Agent

There are many factors to consider when deciding to move to another country. Whether to study, to work or to seek for permanent residency, it entails risks, challenges and not to mention cultural adjustments one has to make. After all, it is a huge step in an individual’s life.

6 Important Things to Remember About Temporary Graduate Visa Australia

Popularly known as TR, this visa type allows international students who have recently completed their studies at an Australian educational institution to live, study, and work in Australia. Applicants may be awarded a visa for 18 months to 4 years depending on the stream applied for.

Which Courses are Eligible for PR in Australia?

International students have various reasons why they have chosen to study in Australia. The country, one of the top 3 favourite destinations of students seeking higher education, has helped its international graduates achieve success in their chosen career through its high academic standards and developed internship programmes.

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