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Good news for CEOs seeking Permanent Residency in Australia

The Australian government has announced sweeping changes to the 457 visa program from 19 April 2017. However, the changes will not only have a direct influence on 457 visa applicants and employers, but also on various Australian skilled visas, in particular, the 186 Employer Nomination Scheme visa, also known as the employer sponsored permanent resident visa.

However, the news is that foreign CEO’s who had applied for permanent residency before 1 July and are awaiting approval from the Immigration Department will no longer be impacted by the retrospective application of the Government’s new permanent residency rules.

Under the new rules, CEO’s annual wages of above $180,000 and who are under the age of 45 years will be able to apply for a permanent skilled visa.

Further updates regarding the migration changes will available soon from our Migration Agents in Melbourne

 

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With the approval of the Immigration Department, Tasmania has introduced a new visa category for overseas applicants who seeks migration solutions to Australia. This visa category will enable applicants to live and work in the Tasmania for up to four years and also offers a pathway to permanent residency in Australia.

From 1 July 2017, a new category for the Skilled Regional (Provisional) visa (Subclass 489) has been presented for Tasmanian state nomination for overseas applicants. They are eligible to apply for this category offshore.

A state nomination from Tasmania will add 10 points to a skilled visa applicant’s overall score required to qualify for a visa under Australia’s Immigration Department point test.

After having lived in the state for at least two years and worked full-time (35 hours per week) for at least one year during their stay, visa holders become eligible to apply for permanent residency in Australia.

To apply for this visa, an applicant is required to nominate an occupation from Tasmania’s Skilled Occupation List and provide appropriate proof of employment opportunities in the state. Applicants can also secure a genuine offer of employment from employers in the state.
 
Seeking permanent residency in Australia? Contact Migration Agent Melbourne now.

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The migration regulations changes made the Immigration Department this 1st July 2017 have brought good news to working holiday visa workers who wish to visit Melbourne, Australia to work and holiday. 

The Department has amended the eligible age for Subclass 417 Working Holiday, which applicants must be aged at least 18 and no more than 35 years old at the time of application. If an age younger than 35 is specified in an instrument for a specified passport, that younger age limit will be applied.

On the other hand, for subclass 462 Work and Holiday Visas, the increase to age limit is only available for those countries where Australia has negotiated a similar bilateral age increase.

Below is the list of countries that are eligible for subclass 462:

  • Argentina
  • Bangladesh
  • Chile
  • China
  • Hungary
  • Indonesia
  • Israel
  • Luxembourg
  • Malaysia
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • San Marino
  • Slovak Republic
  • Slovenia
  • Spain
  • Thailand
  • Turkey
  • USA
  • Uruguay
  • Vietnam

Check out Migration Agent Melbourne for more updates on the new migration regulations changes.

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01 July 2017 - The Skilled Visa Changes

 Key recent changes prior to 1 July 2017

On 19 April 2017 the occupation lists which determine which occupations are eligible for skilled visas (i.e. subclass 457, 186, 189, 190, 407, 485, and 489 visas) were changed and the eligible occupations were significantly condensed resulting in fewer occupations being available.

For practical purposes, two new lists were in effect created:

  • Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL)
  • Combined list including the Short-term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL).

457 visas for occupations on the MLTSSL are now issued for a maximum of 4 years.  However 457 visas for occupations on the STSOL are only issued for a maximum of 2 years.

 

1 July 2017 changes

A number of changes have been implemented effective 1 July 2017 which impact the 457, 186, 187, 189, 190, 485, and 489 visa subclasses.

The occupation lists which underpin many of these skilled visa subclasses and determine which occupations are eligible for each visa have again been changed.  Notably:

  • 36 occupations have been added and are now also eligible for subclass 457 and 186 visas
  • Some occupations have been moved between the STSOL and the MLTSSL
  • 12 occupations have been removed from the lists
  • Caveats or conditions which apply to certain occupations have also been revised

 

Subclass 457 Temporary Work (Skilled) Visa

 The key changes are as follows:

  • The occupation lists have changed again.The lists which determine which occupations are eligible for the 457 visa and any conditions which apply to those occupations have been changed.
  • New English language requirements. The English language requirements and exemptions have been changed.  Notably, 457 visa applications lodged after 1 July 2017 will not be able to claim previous English language salary based exemptions (i.e. which applied to applicants whose salary was over AUD $96,400).  Passport holders of the UK, USA, Canada, NZ, and Republic of Ireland are still exempt in addition to other exemptions including applicants who are nominated by an overseas business sponsor if their base rate of pay is over $96,400.
  • Training benchmark requirements have been changed. These have been clarified and prescribed in more detail. Note that from March 2018 the benchmarks will be substituted for a contribution to the Skilling Australians Fund.
  • 4 year visa grants are available to STSOL. Under policy, where requested by the sponsor and required to meet Australia’s international trade obligations, occupations on the STSOL can be granted 4 year terms. 
  • Mandatory police clearance certificates. Police clearance certificates are now mandatory.

 

 Subclass 186 Employer Nomination Scheme Visa

The key changes are as follows:

  • Temporary residence transition stream applicants are unaffected by occupation changes. For temporary residence transition (TRT) stream applicants (i.e. briefly, those who have worked for at least two years on a 457 visa in the same occupation) the criteria are not dependent on the occupation lists i.e. TRT applicants are not impacted by the changes.
  • New occupation list for direct entry stream applicants. For direct entry stream applicants (i.e. those who have never or only briefly worked in Australia and who do not qualify for the temporary residence transition stream) their occupation needs to be on the STSOL or MLTSSL contained in a new list.  The new occupation list requirements apply to nomination applications lodged on or after 1 July 2017.
  • Temporary residence transition English level requirements have been raised. TRT applicants must now have competent English (rather than vocational English) unless exempted (IELTS or equivalent test score 6 in each component).
  • There are English language exemptions for Temporary residence transition applicants. Applicants who have completed at least 5 years of full time study in a secondary and/or higher education institution where all of the tuition was delivered in English do not have to demonstrate they have competent English at the time of application.
  • There is a new requirement to demonstrate a genuine need to employ the visa applicant for Temporary residence transition and Direct Entry applicants. Employers must now also identify a need to employ the visa applicant, as a paid employee, to work in the position under the employers direct control.  The application will only be approved if the Department is satisfied there is a genuine need.
  • Direct entry eligible age lowered to 45 (limit is still 50 for TRT for now). All DE applicants must now be under 45 years old unless exempted.  The TRT age limit remains at 50 for now.
  • Direct entry age restrictions do not apply to certain occupations. The age restrictions for the direct entry stream of this visa subclass do not apply to Researchers, scientists and technical specialists at ANZSCO skill levels 1 or 2 nominated by Australian scientific government agencies and academics nominated by an Australian university as University Lecturers or Faculty Heads.  Similar exemptions also apply to persons holding subclass 444 (Special Category) visas or subclass 461 (New Zealand Citizen Family Relationship) (Temporary) visas who have been working in their nominated occupation for the same employer for at least 2 years in the 3 year period prior to their application, as well as medical practitioners employed in regional Australia and nominated in a position located in regional Australia subject to conditions.
  • Temporary residence transition stream age restrictions do not apply to certain occupations. The age restrictions for the TRT stream of this visa subclass do not apply to Researchers, scientists and technical specialists at ANZSCO skill levels 1 or 2 nominated by Australian scientific government agencies and academics nominated by an Australian university as University Lecturers or Faculty Heads.  Similar exemptions also apply to persons holding subclass 457 visas for 4 years with annual income above the Fair Work High Income Threshold, as well as medical practitioners employed in regional Australia and nominated in a position located in regional Australia subject to conditions.
  • Training benchmark requirements for direct entry stream applicants have been changed. The training benchmark requirements have been clarified and prescribed in more detail. Note that from March 2018 the benchmarks will be substituted for a contribution to the Skilling Australians Fund.
  • There are exemptions from direct entry skills assessments. Researchers, scientists and technical specialists at ANZSCO skill levels 1 or 2 nominated by Australian scientific government agencies and persons nominated by an Australian university to be employed as University Tutors, University Lecturers, and Faculty Heads are exempt from the requirement to obtain a skills assessment for direct entry purposes.

 

Subclass 187 Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme Visa

 The key changes are as follows

  • Direct entry eligible occupations are now specified in a new instrument. The eligible occupations for this visa subclass are now specified in a new instrument. 
  • There are exemptions from direct entry skills assessments. Direct entry subclass 187 applicants who hold subclass 444 (Special Category) visas or subclass 461 (New Zealand Citizen Family Relationship) (Temporary) visas are exempt from skills assessment requirements if they have been working in their nominated occupation for the same employer for at least 2 years in the 3 year period prior to their application.
  • Direct entry eligible age lowered to 45 (limit is still 50 for TRT for now).  All DE applicants must now be under 45 years old unless exempted.  The TRT age limit remains at 50 for now.
  • Direct entry age restrictions do not apply to certain occupations. The age restrictions for the direct entry stream of this visa subclass do not apply to Researchers, scientists and technical specialists at ANZSCO skill levels 1 or 2 nominated by Australian scientific government agencies and academics nominated by an Australian university as University Lecturers or Faculty Heads.  Similar exemptions also apply to persons holding subclass 444 (Special Category) visas or subclass 461 (New Zealand Citizen Family Relationship) (Temporary) visas who have been working in their nominated occupation for the same employer for at least 2 years in the 3 year period prior to their application, as well as medical practitioners employed in regional Australia and nominated in a position located in regional Australia subject to conditions. 
  • Temporary residence transition English level requirements have been raised. TRT applicants must now have competent English (rather than vocational English) unless exempted (IELTS or equivalent test score 6 in each component).
  • There are English language exemptions for Temporary residence transition applicants. Applicants who have completed at least 5 years of full time study in a secondary and/or higher education institution where all of the tuition was delivered in English do not have to demonstrate they have vocational English at the time of application.

 

Subclass 189 Skilled Independent Visa

 The key changes are as follows:

  • Eligible age lowered to 45.
  • There is a new pathway to permanent residence for New Zealand Special Category visa (subclass 444) holders.
  • The requirements for the points tested stream have also been amended. Applicants for the points tested stream must be on the MLTSSL

 

 Subclass 190 Skilled Nominated Visa

 The key changes are as follows:

  • Eligible age lowered to 45.
  • Applicants must be on the MLTSSL or STSOL in a specified list.

 

Subclass 485 (Temporary Graduate) Visa

he key changes are as follows:

  • Applicants must be on the MLTSSL in a specified list. 

 

Subclass 489 Skilled Regional (Provisional) Visa

 The key changes are as follows:

  • Eligible age lowered to 45.
  • Family nominated applicants must be on the MLTSSL in a specified list.
  • Applicants who are state or territory nominated must be on the MLTSSL or STSOL in a specified list.

 

Upcoming Changes - Stay Informed

Further changes are expected on or around 31 December 2017 and again in March 2018. One of the key reforms is the abolishment of the 457 visa and its replacement with a new Temporary Skill Shortage Visa in March 2018.

Please contact our Migration Agents and Immigration Lawyers if you have any questions.  We are always here to help!

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Stay informed with upcoming migration changes, this update is provided by our migration agents in Melbourne.

From 1st July 2017, Processing Fees are set to increase in line with the forecasted Consumer Price Index. Visa fees will be indexed annually from July 2017 onwards. 

A number of changes will be introduced to the Australian Skilled and Family Visa Program:

  • Reduction of the Maximum Age: The maximum age for the Skilled Independent Subclass 189 visa applicant is set to be below 45 years.
  • Revision of Skilled Occupation Lists: MLTSS and STOL occupation lists are likely to be reviewed and some flagged occupations, particularly in the engineering sector are likely to be removed.
  • Limitation of Skilled Invitation Numbers: Occupations ceilings representing maximum numbers of invitations that can be issued to the Skilled Independent Subclass 189 and Skilled Regional Provisional Subclass 489 visa applicants will be introduced.
  • State Sponsorship: Nominated Skilled State Migration programs will reopen. Many occupations are expected to be filled quickly so that applicants should to lodge their applications as early as possible.

Stay informed and contact our Migration Agent Melbourne

 

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After much political negotiation, the Government’s proposed “Backpacker Tax” changes received Royal Assent, and has come to effect to all working holiday visa holders.

From 2017, any employers who employ people on Subclass 417 (Working Holiday Visa) or Subclass 462 (Work and Holiday Visa), will need to make instant changes.

What are the changes?

  • Employers need to register with the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) to be able to withhold tax at the new “Backpacker Tax” rates being 15% on earnings up to A$37,000 and then ordinary marginal rates thereafter (they won’t be entitled to the tax-free threshold).
  • Employers must report their earnings on separate payment summaries (for before and after 1 January 2017 earnings).
  • If employers don’t know what Visa your employee is on, Visa Entitlement Verification Online (VEVO) is the best place to find out.

For all working holiday makers in Melbourne, if you worked and earned super, your super will be taxed at 65% when it is paid to you (upon departing Australia).

Contact our Migration Agent Melbourne for further migration news and advice.

 

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Important news to all Melbourne permanent residents brought by our registered Migration Agent Melbourne

According to our Migration Agents in Melbourne the Department of Immigration and Border Protection has introduced the Australian Citizenship Legislation Amendment Bill by claiming that “Australian citizenship is an extraordinary privilege.”


The Bill will set out to reinforce the requirements to become an Australian citizen by increasing the residence requirement and introducing an English competency requirement among other changes.


A number of new requirements to become an Australian citizen will be proposed in the Bill. Changes will include:

  • Changing the resident requirement from four years lawful stay to four years permanent residence
  • Expanding the English language requirement from basic English to a competent level of English
  • Requiring the signage of an Australian Values Statement prior to application
  • Requiring applicant to expose their integration into society in a manner consistent with Australian values
  • Allowing for the Minister to determine eligibility criteria for sitting the citizenship test that may relate to the fact that a person has previously failed the test, did not observe with one or more rules of conduct relating to the test, or was caught to have cheated during the test
  • Renaming the ‘pledge of commitment’ to the ‘pledge of allegiance’ and require the applicant to pledge allegiance to the Australian people
  • Extending the requirement to make the pledge of allegiance to all persons aged 16 and over intending to acquire citizenship
  • Changing the automatic acquisition of citizenship by a child born in Australia to Australian residents on their 10th birthday, by proposing the requirement that they must have maintained lawful residence in Australia for those 10 years

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Contact Migration Agent Melbourne for more details.

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Our migration agents in Melbourne have been asked recently about SkillSelect.

SkillSelect enables skilled workers and graduates aiming for migration to Melbourne under the Skill Stream of Australia's migration program to lodge an Expression of Interest (EOI).

One of the main differences with SkillSelect is that the location requirements have been widened, meaning that applicants may complete this process onshore or offshore. The requirement of recent Australian study or work experience has also been removed, but still remains a part of the points test.

SkillSelect is based on Australia's economic needs and migration plans and connecting employers with skilled workers who wish to migrate to Melbourne.

SkillSelect provides also a new way for employers in Melbourne to seek for migrating overseas talent to fill vacancies for skilled positions. Employers can use SkillSelect to search for prospective employees with specific occupations who wish to move to Melbourne.

The SkillSelect service is free and employers are not obliged to sponsor an intending migrant found through the system.

Migration Agent Melbourne is specialised to support small business and employees through the complete migration process.

 

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Every year, the Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) receives thousands of work visa, family visa, student visa and permanent residency visa applications – many will be successful, but thousands will be denied and or refused.

Our migration agents in Melbourne provide you in this blog with 7 tips for your successful visa applications.

 

7 Tips from our migration agents in Melbourne

  1. Consistency: The Department of Immigration will cross-check all of the information submitted. It will also bring up previous visa applications and government records to check for consistency.
  1. Accurateness: Being as detailed and accurate as possible. We recommend cross-checking for consistency – this will make your application process much smoother.
  1. Evidence is crucial. Everything you claim has to be demonstrated with evidence.
  1. Honesty: Acting with total honesty and integrity throughout the process is important.
  1. Organizability: Being organised and laying out your documents logically and coherently can make the application process faster and easier for both yourself and the case officer.
  1. Being aware of inconsistent public records and social media. The Department of Immigration will search through public records and social media profiles, and verify educational records with the original institutions.
  1. Attention to detail: Meet time lines and respond to case officers within time limits

Questions? Contact Migration Agent Melbourne to get the answers you are looking for.

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New Pathway To Australian Permanent Residence For NZ Citizens

Good news for New Zealand Citizens from Our Registered Migration Agent in Melbourne!
According to the Department of Immigration, a new pathway to Australian Permanent Residency (PR) will be provided to New Zealand citizens who have lived and worked in Australia for at least 5 years from 1 July 2017.

I am a NZ citizen living in Melbourne; how can I apply for PR in Australia?

This special NZ stream will be available to all subclass 444 visa holders applying for a 189 visa. To meet this requirement:

  • Applicants will need to demonstrate their usual residency in Australia for continuous period of at least 5 years immediately before the date of the application. That continuous period of usual residence in Australia must have started on or before 19 February 2016
  • Evidence of residence such as ATO assessment/s needs to be submitted at time of making application
  • All family members included in the application must meet health and character requirements

What are the benefits of this pathway to Australian PR?

  • No requirement for English language testing, skills assessment, points test, or sponsorship by an employer
  • No age limit
  • Relatively moderate income level - and exemptions apply for people on parenting or carer leave
  • Health waiver for applicants and family members with health conditions
  • The bulk of the application fee is only payable once the requirements have been evaluated and the visa is about to be granted


For more information regarding permanent migration to Melbourne, please contact our Migration Agent in Melbourne now.

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Up-To-Date Australian migration news brought to you by our registered migration agents in Melbourne.

The Department of Immigration and Border Protection has amended the legislation for the Skilled Independent visa (subclass 189) as of 1st July 2017. The maximum age permitted to apply for subclass 189 visa under the Points Tested stream will be 44. In other words, applicants must be aged under 45 when the invitation to apply for the visa is issued by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection.

This amendment will impact applicants who are invited to apply on or after the 1st of July, 2017, or who have not been issued with an invitation to lodge a visa application before the 1st of July, 2017 and who have not applied for the visa before the 1st July.

The amendment does not apply to applications, made:

  • in response to an invitation by the Minister given before 1 July 2017, and
  • the application is made on or after 1 July 2017, or,
  • the applicant claims to be a member of the family unit of the primary applicant and is making a combined application with the primary applicant.

If the applicant will be aged 45 or over as of the 1st July we recommend applicants should aim to have the application submitted before 1 July 2017.

Contact our Migration Agent in Melbourne now to have your application ready before the amendment comes into effect.

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Melbourne Migration International and its Migration Agents in Melbourne are proud to announce a corporate sponsorship with the Australian Migration Agent and Immigration Lawyer Association.

We are excited to announce that Melbourne Migration International is sponsoring the Migration Agent and Immigration Lawyer Association.

Through more than 10-years of professional experience and having assisted thousands of clients achieving their migration goals, Melbourne Migration International is the leading migration agency in Melbourne providing comprehensive and up to date Australian visa services and immigration solutions to Professionals and Small and Medium Sized Businesses.

We believe that the innovative approach of the Australian Migration Agent Association is matching our values and our sponsorship allows our migration agents to be visible across the industry.

Contact our migration agents in Melbourne to find out more.

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Migration Agent Melbourne News: Employer update on 457 visas and new training levy

Migration agent update: New training levy announced for sc 457 visa and ENS and RSMS visa

Our registered migration agents in Melbourne providing the latest news for your visa solutions to migrate to Melbourne.

Recently the Government has handed down the new Commonwealth Budget containing migration related aspects. The Department of Immigration announced several changes to existing Visa Application Charges (VACs). Potential elements affecting visa applicants were given:

  • Introduction of training levy to employers who sponsor employees for temporary and permanent migration to work in Australia.
  • Visa application charge increases to be effective from 1 July 2017


How much will it cost employers to pay for training levy?

From March 2018, it will be compulsory for employers to pay a training levy which will go towards the Skilling Australians Fund, which then will contribute to fund training of Australians in apprenticeship and trainee programs to develop skills of local workers.


The amount payable will be based on the size of the business, which means all businesses with turnover of more than $10 million per year will pay more. The payments will apply to both the Temporary Skills Shortages (TSS) visa and permanent employer sponsored visas (ENS and RSMS).

The training levies are provided below:

  • TSS: $1,200 and $1,800
  • RSMS/ENS: $3,000 and $5,000

Contact us under migration agent Melbourne to get up to date information about the latest visa reform changes.

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Migration Agent Melbourne: The facts on the 457 visa reform

On 18 April 2017, the Government announced that it will be abolishing the current 457 visa scheme by March 2018 and replacing it with a new Temporary Skill Shortage visa scheme.

With almost immediate effect after the announcement on 18 April 2017, the occupation lists which are used to determine which occupations are eligible for certain skilled visa subclasses (including 457 visas) have been significantly condensed.  These changes took effect on 19 April 2017.

To kick off the Government’s planned abolishment (and replacement) of the 457 visa by March 2018, there are now two new occupation which lists apply and prescribe the occupations that are now eligible to be nominated for the purposes of various skilled visas (including 457 visas):

  • Medium and Long-term Strategic skills List (MLTSSL);
  • Combined list including the Short-term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL).

 

What shall I do now?

It has long been the case that in order to nominate someone for the purposes of a subclass 189, 489, 485, 186, 190, 489, 457, or 407 visa (i.e. skilled visas) it is necessary for the nominated occupation to be specified on a prescribed occupation list.  These were previously known as the Skilled Occupation List (SOL) and the Consolidated Sponsored Occupation List (CSOL).

Subclass 190 and 489 visa applicants are basically affected if they have not yet received an invitation on or after 19 April 2017.  If they have received an invitation prior to 19 April 2017, then the previous occupations (i.e. the occupation which is the subject of their invitation) will apply to their applications.  Otherwise, their occupation must be in line with the new list.

Subclass 457 applicants who have pending applications which are yet to be decided will need to immediately ensure that they comply with the new list requirements / conditions.  Please contact us for further assistance.  For example, many occupations are still available, but have been restricted in their scope.  It may still be possible to proceed with your application.  Otherwise, if your occupation does not comply with the new list requirements, you should consider withdrawal (to potentially obtain a refund of your application fees) and consider alternative options (such as the employer sponsored 186 application which is a pathway to permanent residency, if available).  If however there are no issues with your proposed occupation and you are on the MLTSSL, your visa can be approved for up to 4 years.  If your visa is on the STSOL then it can only be approved for up to 2 years.

Subclass 186 and 407 applications which have been lodged but not yet decided should not be affected.  Only new applications made on or after 19 April 2017 need to comply with the new lists.

Further changes may come into force which affect the above in the coming months.We can review your circumstances and suggest alternative pathways.Please contact our migration agents in Melbourne for further details. 

 

What if I am already on an affected visa. What happens when I need to renew?

Please keep in mind that the news may not accurately reflect the current state of the law.

The 457 scheme continues to exist until the legislature amends the relevant legislation in the usual manner. We will continue to monitor any changes in this regard. We note for example that the Migration Amendment (Putting Local Workers First) Bill 2016 was registered by the House of Representatives on 28 November 2016. We anticipate that the current government will register a new bill soon to provide for further details of the proposed changes. We also anticipate that there will be transitional / grandfathering arrangements in place for existing 457 / skilled visa holders.

In the meantime, it is important for existing 457 visa holders to keep their current 457 visa expiry dates in mind, and seek prompt advice:

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