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The new Temporary Skill Shortage Visa – TSS visa

From March 2018 the new Temporary Skill Shortage visa (TSS) will be introduced as an alternative to sponsor workers and employees. The Temporary Skill Shortage visa, TSS visa, has two different streams, which allow businesses to sponsor overseas workers for up to 2 or 4 years.

Sydney Migration International and its migration agents have established itself as a market leader by providing specialised advice and assistance to small and medium sized companies who seek to sponsor employees wishing to work in Australia.

We have provided an overview of the new Temporary Skill Shortage Visa (TSS) on our website:

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Permanent Residency in Australia

A Permanent Resident (PR) of Australia can live, work and conduct business without restriction in Australia. Permanent Residents have most of the rights and entitlements of an Australian citizen.

Permanent Residency status usually provides eligibility to access Medicare (the Australian National Health Scheme) and other Social Security benefits. They are also eligible to sponsor family members or parents for a permanent visa.

Finally, if you have Permanent Residence status and you satisfy certain residential requirements, you may apply for Australian citizenship.

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The new Temporary Skill Shortage Visa – TSS visa

From March 2018 the new Temporary Skill Shortage visa (TSS) will be introduced as an alternative to sponsor workers and employees. The Temporary Skill Shortage visa, TSS visa, has two different streams, which allow businesses to sponsor overseas workers for up to 2 or 4 years.

Sydney Migration International and its migration agents have established itself as a market leader by providing specialised advice and assistance to small and medium sized companies who seek to sponsor employees wishing to work in Australia.

We have provided an overview of the new Temporary Skill Shortage Visa (TSS) on our website: Temporary Skill Shortage Visa – TSS visa

 

 

New Streamlined Applications For GSM Visas in Australia

VETASSESS has introduced procedural changes for their skills assessment applications to welcome the new Financial Year. By way of overview, VETASSESS has streamlined the application process and effectively reduced processing times.

Key changes include:

  •  Assessments are now to be made regarding the highest qualification level regardless of relevance to the nominated occupation;
  •  Changes to how employment experience is assessed and
  •  A processing time of 8-10 weeks for assessment ready applications.

If you have been seeking to come to Australia on a General Skilled Migration visa, the changes mean that you will now be able to progress your application in a shorter space of time.

For more information about living and working in Australia, please visit our respective websites:
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Proposed red tape slashing!

The Migration Institute of Australia has called for the government to ensure the correct balance on overseas skilled work visas.

The strain between protecting the local workforce and allowing support from foreign workers has intensified with the rising local unemployment figures. Given the geographically widespread population of Australia and the local country-to-city migration of workers, it is inevitable that we rely on foreign migration to ensure the strength and development of the economy.

The Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) has recently considered a review of the Skilled Migration and Temporary Activity Visa Programs to allow for short term 12 month mobility visas and a substantial slashing red tape.

We fully support efficiency within the DIBP – provided that is not at the expense of overseas workers – as demonstrated recently in Tasmania where an employer was paying a visa holder less than $1.35 per hour.

We will keep you posted on any developments on cuts on red tape within the system as they arise. Watch this space!

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