Changed immigration policy and PR in Australia
Posted in: Migration News by Rob on 06/17/2017
Australian immigration policies and the surrounding speculation have been occupying the world for some time. There are cuts and additions, changes in admission requirements, suggested regular reviews and, more importantly, a focus on local Australian job openings.
Most migrants, professionals and students come to Australia to make Australia their home. This is no surprise given Australia’s reputation in the global scene. Australia has always attracted tourists and immigrants around the world.
Permanent residence in Australia, a visa option that gives immigrants the full right to stay, work, travel and study in Australia is the majority of the migrants’ dream. Immigration policy has opened the way to Australia’s PR through various visa categories. Qualified migration visas – independent or sponsored or nominated, family visas, business and investment visas are some of them.
The main changes in immigration policy concern temporary work visas sponsored by PR Australia employees.
The 457 visa, a temporary work visa that most migrants apply for to enter Australia, was a popular route to Australia’s PR. Since its abolition and other changes in immigration policy, the Australian permanent residence visa is no longer readily available.
As part of a changed immigration policy, the migrant must have a temporary visa for 3 years before being able to apply for a PR for Australia. The age requirement of 50 years is reduced to 45 years. Previous work experience that was desirable is not mandatory; Information in the mandatory eligibility requirements. The applicant must have 3 years of relevant professional experience.
International students are the next section affected by the policy change. Student visa holders who have acquired work experience for a post-graduate visa can be sponsored by their staff for permanent residence permits. For this reason, immigration policy has tightened the requirements for student visas. Only overseas students who meet the GTE (Genuine Temporary Entrant) requirement will receive a visa and will be delivered to students with the help of forward usps,
Partner visas that offered a permanent stay option will also be changed. The sponsor must apply to the Immigration Service and be approved as a sponsor before applying for a partner visa.
With so many proposed changes, the PR process in Australia will definitely take longer than usual to obtain a permanent residence permit.
Indians, who make up a large proportion of applicants for a temporary work visa and are applicants for a student visa in thousands of cases, have to wait and see how Australian PR process from India will change while taking into account changes in immigration policy.
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