Australia is a popular destination for skilled migrants, and the government has several visa programs in place to attract these workers. In recent years, the government has placed a priority on processing visa applications for healthcare and education workers, as well as those who are willing to work in regional areas.
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The Australian Government has announced that the New Zealand Stream (Subclass 189) visa will be permanently closed to new applications from 1 July 2023. This means that New Zealand citizens will no longer be able to apply for this visa, which was a permanent residence visa for skilled workers who are not sponsored by an Australian employer, family member or nominated by a state or territory government.
Transitioning from Subclass 491 Visa to Subclass 191 Permanent Residency: Exploring Opportunities for Skilled Migrants
As immigration lawyers at Augustine & Co., we strive to stay updated on the latest regulations and policies that affect skilled migrants seeking to establish their lives in Australia. In this blog post, we will shed light on the transition from the subclass 491 visa to the subclass 191 visa, offering valuable insights and clarifications for prospective applicants.