LH GLOBAL & EDITH COWAN UNIVERSITY REPORT LAUNCH

Today 7th October marked the official launch of the Edith Cowan University / LH Global co-authored report: “Western Australia’s place in the Chinese Tourism Boom”.

LH Global’s CEO Mr James Clarke together with LH Global Australia’s Manager for Tourism Mr Youteng Wang participated at the launch this morning at ECU’s Joondalup campus, which was attended by the Hon Paul Papalia MLA Minister for Tourism.

“As a China-specialist inbound tour operator, my firm LH Global truly believes that WA possesses all the resources required to be truly outstanding in its engagement with the Chinese Outbound Tourism Market (COTM)”, Mr Clarke said.

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Edith Cowan University Joondalup Campus

From left to right:
Mr Youteng Wang, LH Global Tours Tourism Manager
Prof Sam Huang, Edith Cowan University
Hon Paul Papalia MLA, Minister for Tourism
Mr James Clarke, LH Global CEO
Mr Jun Wen, Edith Cowan University

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“The report is virtually silent on the once in a hundred year pandemic that has besieged us, and rather focusses on underlying fundamentals that need work in order for WA to make the most out of the China boom, and in order for our Chinese guests to get the most out of their journey with us here”.

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Hon Paul Papalia MLA Minister for Tourism

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However, speaking to the impact of COVID-19, Mr Clarke said “The deck of cards has been spilled. Traditional market share and positions of WA and it’s competitor states is all up for grabs. What we thought impossible for WA in capturing more COTM market share 12 months ago can now be made possible. It is time for WA to dream big in tourism when it comes to its engagement with China.”

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Mr Clarke Presents from industry on the findings of the report

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The report is now available for public distribution, and can be downloaded here.

Enquiries can be made by emailing marketing@lhglobal.co or by calling 08 6381 3218.

Investor visa holders allowed to re-enter Australia

When people in Australia hear the word ‘migrant’, it is often associated with some negative connotation. “They’re taking our jobs”, or “they’re not assimilating” or something of the like. A larger conversation has been circling for some years now around temporary work visas and their impact on the national economy; but little is said of the billions of dollars of investment that a smaller group of migrants are bringing into our country, nor the generation of employment opportunities they bring. 

These are Australia’s investor-migrants, and they are critical to Australia’s economy.

The Australian investor migration program (known as the ‘Business Innovation and Investment Program, or “BIIP”) makes up a small part of the Australian annual migration intake. 6,862 visa places were allocated to the BIIP in the last migration year, representing only 6.3% of the “skill stream” of Australia’s migration program; but it is worth billions of dollars to Australia’s economy. 

According to a recent consultation paper by the Department of Home Affairs, in the last 8 years since it’s introduction, the subclass 188a and 188c visa alone have brought over $13.1bn of foreign investment into Australia. The subclass 132 Business Talent visa also brings between $200m – $300m per year in investment into Australia. Put together, the program has easily brought more than $15bn AUD into the economy in the last 8 years. 

What’s more, in their application process, applicants for subclass 188a and subclass 132a visas are often required to show evidence of ‘job generation’ for Australian citizens or permanent residents as a part of their business plans. That is to say, that some government bodies mandate that the visa holder’s investments must have a direct correlation to creating jobs in Australia. 

This program represents an important part of Australia’s FDI economy, bringing not only capital but also stimulating growth through creating local jobs and acting as a driver for modernisation.

It is for this reason that the recent decision to extend travel restriction exemptions to 188 visa holders is welcomed. These people have often given up their businesses in their home countries, sold their assets and brought their families to Australia where they hope to invest and create new fortunes.  

For some time the Migration Institute of Australia (the MIA) made representation to the Department of Home Affairs on the issue, and it is great to see this change. 188 visa holders are now able to make plans to re-enter Australia without having to apply for a travel exemption. People are reminded, however, that some states / territories have their own border closures in place, and we encourage you to contact us before heading to the airport!

Information is available on the Department of Home Affairs website here.

[Australia Weekly Migration News 85 issue]

COVID -19 – Subclass 408 stream announced

Legislative Instrument – F2020L00409 -LIN 20/122: COVID-19 Pandemic event for Subclass 408 (Temporary Activity) visa and visa application charge for Temporary Activity (Class GG) visa) Instrument 2020

This Instrument specifies the COVID-19 pandemic as declared by the World Health Organization on 11 March 2020, as an event for paragraph 408.229(b) of Schedule 2 to the Regulations.

The Instrument also specifies the class of persons for the purposes of paragraph 408.229(c) of Schedule 2 and subparagraph 1237(2)(a)(i) of Schedule 1 to the Regulations.

The purpose of the instrument is to provide a pathway for certain former and current holders of temporary visas to lawfully remain in Australia and who would otherwise be required to depart Australia who, but for the COVID-19 pandemic, are unable to leave Australia.

Criteria

  • Must hold a visa that is 28 days or less from ceasing to be in effect
  • Or, held a visa that is no more than 28 days from ceasing to be in effect
  • And, are unable to apply for the same temporary visa they hold or held or any other subclass of temporary visa other than the Subclass 408 visa

Explanatory statement

  • Must be part of response to workforce shortages during the COVID-19 pandemic in relation to areas including, but not limited to, agriculture, aged care and public health.
  • Allow holders of temporary visas who are engaged in or have the relevant skills to undertake critical work relating to supply of essential goods and services

VAC

  • Nil

Important message about Victoria’s subclass 132 and 188 visa nomination program

From 12pm AEST Thursday 9 April 2020, Victoria’s subclass 132 and 188 visa nomination program will be paused for the remainder of 2019-20. This means that no new nomination applications will be accepted.

We will continue processing those received prior to this date, in accordance with our published processing times. New applications will be accepted in the 2020-21 financial year.

Any inquiries please contact us at marketing@lhglobal.co


Source from:

https://www.mia.org.au/membersresources/mia-notices/mia-notice-32#
https://liveinmelbourne.vic.gov.au/news-events/news/2020/important-message-about-victorias-subclass-132-and-188-visa-nomination-program

[Australia Weekly Migration News 79 issue]

Corona virus travel restrictions extended – Iran included

As published in the media, the COVID-19 travel restrictions have been extended to travellers from Iran.

The Department has updated its travel restriction advice on its website.

In addition to the restrictions on travel from mainland China, travel from Iran has also been included in the restriction from today 1 March 2020.

Foreign nationals (excluding permanent residents of Australia) who are in Iran on or after 1 March 2020, will not be allowed to enter Australia for 14 days, from the time they have left or transited through Iran.

The restrictions on travellers arriving from any part of mainland China were extended earlier this week until 7 March 2020.

The travel restrictions do not apply to the following:

  • Australian citizens
  • permanent residents
  • New Zealand citizens resident in Australia
  • immediate family members of Australian citizens and permanent residents including spouses, minor dependants and legal guardians
  • diplomats

Immediate family members who do not hold a permanent visa need to contact the Department of Home Affairs before travelling using Australian Immigration Enquiry Form.

Limited exemptions are available for Year 11 and 12 students who remain in China due to Australian travel restrictions (apart from those from Hubei Province) have been offered a strict pathway to resume their studies in recognition of the importance of the final two years of school. Further information is available on the process for this on the Department of Education, Skills and Employment website.

All travellers arriving from these countries will be required to self-isolate for 14 days from the time they left.

Any inquiries please contact us at marketing@lhglobal.co


Source from:

https://www.mia.org.au/membersresources/mia-notices/mia-notice-17—1-march-2020
https://www.dese.gov.au/news/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov

[Australia Weekly Migration News 77 issue]

Coronavirus travel ban extended again and its impact

The Minster for Foreign Affairs and the Health Minister has announced that the COVID-19 travel ban will extend until Saturday 29 February 2020, but also supports the right of Australian citizens and their immediate families to be exempt from the travel ban and to be allowed to return home.

The Prime Minister has clearly articulated that the spouses and partners of Australian citizens and permanent residents will be allowed to travel to and enter Australia.

However, the MIA holds evidence that the Australian Border Force is not complying with the Prime Minister’s directive and that spouses and partners of Australians are having their visas cancelled and prevented from returning to this country, as well as being banned from applying for another visa for three years.

No clear processes for allowing the partners and families of Australian citizens and permanent residents to return to Australia appear to have been communicated to the airlines. Additionally, the Department of Home Affairs has not provided the migration profession with any information on the processes that will be employed to restore cancelled visas.

Cancellations of visas pose very serious consequences to the former visa holders. Under law to have the cancellation revoked, the former visa holder must apply within 28 days of the cancellation and demonstrate that there are compelling and compassionate grounds for the revocation.

Given the large numbers of visas being cancelled, whatever process is employed, it could take from weeks to months for all cases to be resolved. If the original visa expires before it is restored, those former visa holders will have to apply for new visas.

Impact of travel ban on applicants for 491 / 190 nomination

The ACT Government has provided the following information for MIA members.

All applicants for ACT nomination must meet the eligibility criteria at date of Matrix submission. However, if an applicant’s return to Canberra is delayed due to the COVID-19 travel ban, they:

  • will meet the ACT ’continuous residence’ eligibility criteria for the period of the travel ban; and
  • can request a waiver of the ‘continuous employment’ eligibility criteria. A waiver request should include supporting documentation to evidence the impact of the delayed return (e.g. evidence of cancelled flights, employer agreement to accept the extended absence as unpaid leave, etc.). Applicants will still be required to meet the 3 months employment criteria (either before and / or after their return to Canberra) before the Matrix can be submitted.

Example:

A 491 applicant worked for 9 weeks in Canberra and went back to China for 2 weeks (on paid annual leave). Due to the travel ban, they are forced to take unpaid leave before returning to Canberra and resuming employment:

  • They can submit a 491 Matrix after working another two weeks on their return to Canberra: 9 weeks work prior to departure + 2 weeks paid leave + 2 weeks work on their return to Canberra = 13 weeks continuous employment (the period of unpaid leave due to the travel ban will be ignored).

The MIA congratulates the ACT Government on taking this common sense approach to this issue and hopes that other States and Territories will follow its lead.

Any inquiries please contact us at marketing@lhglobal.co


Source from:

https://www.mia.org.au/public-resources/media-releases/travel-ban-preventing-australian-citizens-and-spouses-returning-to-australia
https://www.mia.org.au/membersresources/mia-notices/mia-notice-12—21-february-2020#

【澳洲移民周报069期】

新南威尔士州提名类491类别签证公告

491类别签证

新南威尔士商业技术移民今天发布了一些关于新南威尔士州提名类491类别签证的审理信息。

2020年1月中旬将会开始受理申请。

更为重要的是,新南威尔士政府将会处理整个过程,新南威尔士澳大利亚区域经济发展组织将不会参与技术工作区域签证(491类别)。

在新的偏远地区技术雇主担保签证中(494类别),澳大利亚区域经济发展委员会将通过偏远地区认证机构继续支持新南威尔士州区域雇主和他们所需要的技术。

新南威尔士州的提名要求和申请的程序可以在NSW Live and Work in NSW site中找到。

合乎规定的职业和划归偏远地区的邮政编码可以在澳大利亚移民局网站上找到。

新南威尔士州提名类190类别签证信息更新

190类别

190类别签证的州提名要求也可以在NSW Live & Work in NSW site.上找到。

从2020年1月开始,如果申请人是居住在澳大利亚的其他州或领地,那么一般来说新南威尔士州政府是不会邀请申请人递交提名申请的。

新南威尔士州会进行几轮邀请,届时被选中的申请人会受邀申请新南威尔士州提名。但是邀请何时会开始并没有一个特定的日期。

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【澳洲移民周报068期】

  1. 澳大利亚首都领地- 491和190 移民签证的职业列表及相关指南现已公布

首都领地 有关2020年1月起生效的491 / 190 移民签证提名指南,以及2020年1月起施行的职业列表现在已经可以在‘堪培拉你的未来’(Canberra Your Future)网站上进行查询。

http://www.canberrayourfuture.com.au/portal/migrating/article/skilled-visa-act-nomination/

堪培拉打分表

所有在12月31日当天或之前提交的堪培拉打分表,其有效期均为6个月,并将依循2019年7月1日公布的提名标准进行审理。

首都领地已公布的2020年1月起生效的 491 / 190 移民签证的提名指南,将对自2020年1月1日起提交的所有的打分表生效。

澳洲首都领地移民职业列表

澳洲首都领地移民职业列表:

自2020年1月起实施,并对2019年1月1日以来提交的所有打分表生效。

现已开放以下职业:

工程师:工程管理,工业,机械,产业,电气及电子工程师。

建筑项目经理。

公关经理

咨询师:职业咨询,家庭咨询,药品咨询,及学校咨询。

物理学家 ** (有前提条件)

自然科学及物理科学专业人士 其它领域**(有前提条件)

两个职业现已关闭:城镇及区域规划人员以及初级教育教师

提名指南

在提交意向申请前请仔细阅读澳大利亚首都领地 491 /190 移民签证的提名指南

请注意⚠️,从2020开始,任何海外的申请人,其在境外的身份必须真实;例如,其本身不在澳大利亚境内,持旅游签等待482和489签证的审批,等等。请参照海外申请人的标准:‘你必须在打分表提交当日身处境外,如果你受邀申请首都领地的提名,你必须于申请当日身处境外。’

  1. 西澳州担保最新更新

西澳州提名毕业生移民项目为从西澳大利亚大学毕业的国际学生提供了一个技术移民途径。从2019年12月开始,毕业生移民项目和职业将涵盖一些在西澳大利亚完成三级或以上VET职业证书类的国际毕业生。

高等教育、职业教育(三级及以上证书)和/或海外学生英语语言课程(ELICOS)的学习都可以算做满足西澳大利亚学习两年的必要条件。

申请州担保: 毕业生只需要证明自己在澳大利亚有6个月的工作经验,或者在西澳大利亚有6个月的工作合同,但不需要两者兼有。之前,国际学生需要有12个月的工作经验和12个月的工作机会合约。

注意⚠️: 新的职业列表增加了如 Chef (主厨) ,baker(烘培师)、translator (笔译)、Interpreter(口译),  Mining Engineer (矿业工程) 等职业, 同时移除了Marketing Specialist (市场营销) 。其中,部分职业英文要求只需要雅思6分。

最新职业列表详情请戳下面的链接

https://migration.wa.gov.au/services/skilled-migration-western-australia/occupation%20lists

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Reference:

https://www.mia.org.au/membersresources/mia-notices/mia-notice-111—6-december-2019
http://www.canberrayourfuture.com.au/portal/migrating/article/skilled-visa-act-nomination/
https://migration.wa.gov.au/services/skilled-migration-western-australia/occupation%20lists

【澳洲移民周报067期】

自从新的偏远地区技术移民临时签证于2019年11月16日开始正式实施以来,各个州会陆续开放并开始接受新491签证的州担保申请。

截止到12月2日,已经有4个州开放了州担保申请,分别是:

  • 维州:2019年11月18日开放,并且针对491签证没有州担保申请费
  • 西澳:2019年11月21日开放,$200州担保申请费
  • 塔州:2019年11月16日开放,$220州担保申请费
  • 昆州:2019年11月25日同时开放190和491的申请,$220申请费;但由于申请太多,仅一天后11月26日190签证的州担保申请就再次暂时关闭了,491仍然开放。并且昆州对职业列表进行了调整,去掉了很多热门专业。
  • Onshore and Offshore -IT
  • ICT Business Analyst ANZSCO 261111
  • Systems Analyst ANZSCO 261112
  • Developer Programmer ANZSCO 261312
  • Software Engineer ANZSCO 261313
  • Software and Applications Programmers nec ANZSCO 261399
  • ICT Security Specialist ANZSCO 262112
  • Computer Network and Systems Engineer ANZSCO 263111
  • Analyst Programmer ANZSCO 261311
  • Onshore –Accounting
  • Accountant (General) ANZSCO 221111
  • Management Accountant ANZSCO 221112
  • Taxation Accountant ANZSCO 221113
  • External Auditor ANZSCO 221213
  • Internal Auditor ANZSCO 221214
  • Offshore -Engineering
  • Civil Engineer ANZSCO 233211
  • Mechanical Engineer ANZSCO 233512
  • Electrical Engineer ANZSCO 233311
  • Engineering Technologist ANZSCO 233914

要注意的是,11月25日后EOI还没有被邀请,而专业又被移除的,是不会再被邀请了。需要调整策略重新递交别的申请。

  • 南澳州担保申请会在12月的第一周开放190和491的申请
  • 北领地会在12月9日正式开放190和491的州担保申请
  • 首领地ACT要到2020年1月1日才开始正式接受491州担保申请
  • 新州还没有给出具体开放时间及要求

各个州的申请名额有限,竞争激烈,要尽早准备及时提交。并且要确保在提交EOI之前把材料准备齐全,如果要中途补充信息或改变信息,会改变排队次序减缓获邀速度。如果对新政拿不准,不想错失良机,最好找专业的移民代理协助完成申请。


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【澳洲移民周报066期】

澳洲联邦政府已宣布澳洲2019年至2020年的年度永居移民名额将由现在的190000下降至160000个。

澳洲政府指出新的名额限制将持续未来四年,以减缓各大城市日益增长的拥堵情况。但是澳洲政府同时也计划为打算移民到澳洲偏远地区的申请人提供更加有利的政策。澳洲政府2019至2020年偏远地区移民计划如下:

技术移民总额:108682 ——其中包括:

雇主担保名额: 30000

独立技术移民名额:18652

偏远地区移民名额:23000

雇主担保技术移民名额:9000

偏远地区技术工作移民名额:14000

州/领地政府提名名额:24968

商业创新和投资移民名额:   6862

全球天才移民名额: 5000

显著天才移民名额:200

家庭移民总额:160000——其中包括:

配偶签证移民名额:39799

父母签证移民名额:7371

其他家庭签证移民名额:  562

特殊移民名额:236

孩子签证移民名额:3350

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Reference:

https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/what-we-do/migration-program-planning-levels
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【澳洲移民周报065期】

  1. 最新边远地区技术移民(临时签证)491 -职业清单和评估机构

最新的立法公文  F2019L00278 LIN 19/051移民(职业清单和评估机构修正案) https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/F2019L00278

该法案于2019年11月16日生效。

根据新的立法文书 :

亲属担保类的 491签证的职业列表为中长期列表MLTSSL

州政府担保的491签证的职业列表为中长期列表MLTSSL,短期列表STSOL和边远地区列表ROL 。

  1. 配偶加分:

自2019年11月16日起,属于一下情况的配偶或同居伴侣可以为申请人获得最多10分的加分

  • 伴侣申请与主申请人相同类别的签证
  • 不是澳大利亚公民或永久居民
  • 在获邀时不满45岁
  • 在获邀时配偶职业在指定职业列表上
  • 在获邀是时已经取得该职业的职业技能评估
  • 在获邀时,英文水平达到雅思四个6的水平

⚠️: 对于家庭担保类491签证,配偶的职业必须是在MLTSSL列表上

⚠️: 对于州担保类491签证,配偶的职业可以在MLTSSL、STSOL或ROL 任意一个职业列表上。

  1. 评估机构

修正案对幼儿中心经理及足病医生的评估机构更改如下:

  • 在2019年11月16日之后,针对491类、189类、190类和485类签证申请,将幼儿中心经理的评估机构从TRA更改为ACECQA;
  • 在2019年11月16日之后申请的491类、189类、190类和485类签证申请,将足病医生的评估机构从ANZPAC更改为PodBA;
  • 进一步澄清了物理学家(234914)的职业评估机构是VETASSESS (除了医学物理学家是ACPSEM);
  1. 昆士兰州政府BSMQ——2019年11月开始QSOL 列表将移除以下职业

由于以下职业的需求和配额已被满足,他们将从QSOL的列表中被移除。

昆士兰州技术移民项目将为190类和491类签证重新开放, 重新开放的确切日期还有待确认。

Onshore and Offshore IT  

  • ICT Business Analyst 261111
  • Systems Analyst 261112
  • Developer Programmers 261312
  • Software Engineers 261313
  • Software and Applications Programmers 261399
  • ICT Security Specialist 262112
  • Computer Network and Systems Engineer 263111
  • Analyst Programmer 261311

Onshore – Accounting

  • Accountant (General) 221111
  • Management Accountant 221112
  • Taxation Accountant 221113
  • External Auditor 221213
  • Internal Auditor 221214

Offshore – Engineering

  • Civil Engineer 233211
  • Mechanical Engineer 233512
  • Electrical Engineer 233311
  • Engineering Technologist 233915

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https://www.mia.org.au/membersresources/mia-notices/mia-notice-106–14-november-2019#
https://www.legislation.gov.au/Series/F2019L00278
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【澳洲移民周报064期】

全球独立人才计划

11月5日,澳洲宣布正式启动全球独立人才移民计划。据媒体报道,七个关键行业里的高技能人士,如果在澳大利亚的年薪超过14.9万澳币就能够获得快速永久居留权。

这七个关键行业包括:农业技术、金融技术、医疗技术、网络安全、能源和采矿、空间和先进制造,以及量子信息数据科学和ICT。

该消息还透露,澳洲内政部已经在柏林、华盛顿、新加坡、上海、圣地亚哥、迪拜和新德里部署了全球人才官员。

根据之前移民局的消息,2019-2020年的移民计划中,已经有5000个名额分配给了全球独立人才计划。

泰国打工度假签证数量上升

澳洲为泰国公民提供的工作和度假签证名额将从500个增加至2000个。

该签证要求首次申请人持有高等教育文凭,或正在攻读高等教育,并能说流利的英语。

南澳系统临时关闭

随着2019年11月16日新技术区域签证的推出,移民管理局将从2019年11月15日上午11点开始暂时关闭州提名190申请系统,并将在2019年12月初重新开放。

如果你已经开始了190签证的州提名申请,你必须在系统关闭之前提交并支付申请费用。

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【澳洲移民周报063期】

我们之前介绍了新偏远地区雇主担保(临时)494签证的基本要求。近期,相关立法文书明确了494签证所涵盖的职业及相对应的ANZCO代码。 494签证的职业清单由中长期技能清单(MLTSSL)和偏远地区职业清单(ROL)组成。 总共有650个职业,包括216个MLTSSL职业和434个ROL职业。

具体可点击这里查看: https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/F2019L01403/Download

新494签证申请条件豁免说明:

  • 豁免年龄要求

申请条例494.223(2)要求申请人年龄不超过45岁;该条件可获得豁免如果申请人是以下几种类型:

  1. a) 学术类申请人
  2. b) 偏远地区持照医生申请人
  3. c) 科学家申请人
  4. d) 持有444/461签证的工作者
  5. e) 持有457/482签证的工作者
  • 职业评估及工作经验的豁免条件

申请条例494.224(7)要求申请人提供所提名职业的职业评估;该要求可豁免如果申请人属于以下类型:

  1. a) 学术类申请人
  2. b) 持有444/461签证的工作者

申请条例494.225(2)要求申请人提供至少3年全职做所提名职业的工作经验证据;该要求可豁免如果申请人符合下列类型:

  1. a) 学术类申请人
  2. b) 持有444/461签证的工作者

相关立法文书还确认了两项针对新494和491签证持有者的福利

  • 根据《 1973年健康保险法》规定,新的494和491签证持有者都可享有医疗保障Medicare。

要注意是签证持有人,如果申请人只是提交了申请还未正式获得签证,是不符合医疗保障条件的。申请人仍需要按现持有签证的要求购买健康保险,直到494或491签证正式下签为止。

  • 不能提供基本英语能力证明的494和491签证申请人,在签证下签以后可参加由政府提供的510小时的英语培训;课程由澳洲政府成人新移民英语培训机构 AMEP提供。

以上法规文书从2019年11月16日开始正式施行。

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《澳洲移民周报62期》

学生类型签证资金担保变动

从2019年10月24日起:

家长陪读590签证生活费要求改动:

  • 主申请人(陪读家长)需要提供证明有足够的生活费支持在澳的生活消费,该费用由原来的每年20290澳币增加至21014澳币
  • 证明有至少每年有21014澳币用于支持被陪读小孩的在澳生活
  • 若有任何随行副申请人,则伴侣需要提供证明有每年7362澳币,随行小孩需要每年3152,若小孩是读书的年纪需要去学校,那则需要提供每年8296澳币。
  • 需要证明申请人伴侣有年收入至少72592澳币

学生500签证生活费要求改动:

  • 主申请人需要提供证明有足够的生活费来支持读书期间在澳洲的生活消费,该费用由原来的每年20290澳币增加至21014澳币
  • 若有任何随行副申请人,则伴侣需要提供证明有每年7362澳币,随行小孩需要每年3152,若小孩是读书的年纪需要去学校,那则需要提供每年8296澳币
  • 主申请人的父母或者配偶在递交申请前的12个月内收入有达到每年62222澳币,若有副申请人,该项财务证明则需达到72592澳币
  • 若主申请人是外交事务学生,财力证明是需要来自外交事务部的支持信
  • 若主申请人是国防专业学生,财力证明是需要来自国防部的支持信

新偏远地区

1. 西澳洲珀斯恢复偏远地区

从11月16日起,珀斯是偏远地区的定义会正式生效, 这意味着在珀斯就读的国际学生可以享受3年的485政策。

2. 黄金海岸(未确认)

有媒体放出黄金海岸也被划分为偏远地区,但是目前还没有收到官方通知。

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https://www.mia.org.au/membersresources/mia-notices/mia-notice-96—23-october-2019
https://www.mia.org.au/membersresources/mia-notices/mia-notice-98—28-october-2019

【澳洲移民週報061期】

【重大訊息】西澳州擔保即將發生重大變化申請人的學歷、工作經驗及合約期限的要求大!幅!下!降!

讀Vocational課程的學生的好運氣來了

西澳政府為了爭取國際人才真的拚了,目前已經決定將190的州擔保政策擴大到到VET技職體系。就在今年4月16日, LH Global 受到州政府DTWD的邀請參與190政策的討論,當時我們強烈建議州政府將190的政策推廣到技職培訓體系,結果這項建議真的被州政府採納了,並且將於今年12月開始實施!

2019.12 開始的變化重點整理如下:

  • 高等教育、職業教育、培訓類和/或針對海外人士的英語課程(ELICOS)將全部被計入滿足在西澳大利亞學習兩年的要求。
  • 降低工作經驗及工作機會的需求門檻至1/2:畢業生將只需要提供6個月的相關工作經驗,或者六個月的聘僱合約(上述條件擇一即可)

*按照目前現行規定的要求,國際學生需要擁有12個月的工作經驗,並且有一份12個月的聘僱合約

2019年12月將開始發出第一輪包含職業培訓和高等教育畢業生在內的邀請。有關應屆畢業生新的畢業生職業列表和更新過的資格標準將在12月的那輪邀請前在西澳州DTWA的官方網站發佈。

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Global Enterprises Group representatives today attended the second round of consultations with Austrade on the upcoming proposed changes to the Significant Investor Visa (SIV) and Premium Investor Visa (PIV). There is currently a proposal to change the SIV complying investment framework to incorporate 2 mandatory components (which must equal 50% of the $5m investment) that

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