Immigration South Australia (SA) has announced the following changes within that State’s General Skilled Migration (GSM) visa program:
- Reduced work experience requirements for medical and health professionals working in South Australia – for graduates of SA higher education, living and working in Australia
- Priority processing for medical and health professionals working in South Australia – will be prioritised and requesting priority processing
- Changes to requirements for Subclass 190 visa nomination – applications closing for Subclass 190 for applicants not working in SA for last 12 months or 6 months in regional area, exemptions for specific occupations
- Occupations closed to offshore applicants – Cafe or Restaurant Manager, Chef and Cook
If you are applying for an Australian Permanent Residence skilled visa legal advice and assistance is recommended.
Nevett Ford Lawyers has an experienced team of Immigration Lawyers & Registered Migration Agents who can assist with all Australian visa types and applications to properly assess your eligibility and to manage the application process carefully.
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