What are my responsibilities when employing International Workers?
Bravo Migration Blog
by BRAVO MIGRATION
5d ago
Employer Questions Series Ongoing visa and work permission verification It is your responsibility to check every new hire’s visa validity and work permission, and a lot of employers are aware of that already. But what a lot of employers are not aware of is that they should be checking international workers visas and work rights frequently. An employee can apply for a different visa without telling you and the new visa has not work rights, for example, among other problems that can arise if you don’t check their visas frequently. We recommend doing this every 3 months. Ensuring that you only hi ..read more
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Have you had your Student Visa application refused in Australia?
Bravo Migration Blog
by BRAVO MIGRATION
5d ago
If you have had your Student Visa Refused in Australia, you may have review rights and we can help you with that! Are you in Australia at the moment and have you had your student visa application refused? In some cases, students have the right to appeal and request a review of the decision. What should you do if your Student Visa Application is refused in Australia? Many people don’t know, but Bravo Migration is a law firm and we can represent you at the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT). If you are in Australia, you may have review rights and we can lodge a review application for you and ..read more
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Top 10 Skilled Occupations Nominated by Queensland in FY23-24
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by BRAVO MIGRATION
1M ago
On Friday 10 May 2024, Migration Queensland officially closed its state nominated skilled program for FY23-24. This year, the program reached its full quota, nominating 1,550 skilled migrants from 64 countries across 218 occupations. A Highly Competitive Year This year’s program was notably competitive, receiving 40,000 EOIs for just 1,550 nomination places. This high demand underscores the appeal and challenges of the Queensland skilled migration program. Top Nominated Occupations for 2023-24 The top 10 skilled occupations that received nominations this year are: Software Engineer Mechanical ..read more
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Understand the Budget Announcement in relation to Migration and Visas
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by BRAVO MIGRATION
1M ago
Last night the Treasurer Jim Chalmers announced the 2024/2025 Federal Budget. The announcement always brings anxiety among the international professionals and students community, as it can bring significant updates and reforms to Australia’s migration and visa programs.  These changes aim to support economic growth, streamline processes, and address critical needs within the migration system.  One of the most anticipated updates is the Permanent Migration Program Planning Levels. So first, let’s understand what the Permanent Migration Program Planning Levels is: Permanent Migration P ..read more
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Recap: State and Territory Nomination
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by BRAVO MIGRATION
2M ago
The recent months have brought significant developments across Australia, impacting strategies for navigating general skilled migration (GSM) and the potential for leveraging regional opportunities. Here’s a focused recap of key updates from each State and Territory, alongside a snapshot of the latest invitation rounds to aid your planning and decision-making processes. Invitation Round Insights: February 2024 Visa Subclass ACT NSW NT QLD SA TAS VIC WA Subclass 190 2 662 4 54 0 50 299 92 Subclass 491 1 95 4 47 117 52 75 57  Western Australia: A Pause in GSM Nominations Western A ..read more
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Migration Updates for employers – First Quarter of 2024
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by BRAVO MIGRATION
2M ago
As we close out the first quarter of 2024, the landscape of Australian migration continues to change and our newsletter is where you can keep track of all the changes. Here’s a glance at the most noteworthy developments affecting visas and migration this year so far: As we move deeper into 2024, the Australian economy’s pulsating demand for skilled professionals across critical sectors—such as IT, Hospitality, Marketing, and Construction—paints a vivid picture of the current skills crisis. In response, our government and migration policies have adapted, presenting new pathways and simplificati ..read more
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Sponsorship Visa 482 Changes in 2024: New Pathways and Migration Strategy
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by BRAVO MIGRATION
5M ago
An overview of the upcoming changes to the Sponsorship Visa 482 in Australia for 2024, as part of the 10-year Migration Strategy. A 10-year Migration Strategy for Australia was announced by the Australian government in December 2023, and one of the significant changes to expect in 2024 is related to the Sponsorship Visa 482. According to the Australian Government, the new Migration Strategy aims to refocus Australia’s skilled migration system on developing an innovative and efficient workforce for the country’s future. “We need a system that encourages, rather than prevents, workers in emergin ..read more
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Tasmania – Skilled Migration Nomination Program Updates
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by BRAVO MIGRATION
5M ago
Tasmania has announced important updates for its Skilled Migration Program 2023-2024, which involve changes to the Tasmania Onshore Skilled Occupation List (TOSOL). This article provides a summary of the Tasmania Skilled Migration State Nomination Program Updates for December 2023 for those seeking to apply for the 190 Skilled Nominated visa or a 491 Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) visa within Tasmania. Tasmania – Skilled Migration State Nomination Program Updates 1 – Tasmania Critical Roles List Updates The critical roles list has been revised based on advice from Jobs and Skills Australi ..read more
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Summary of Changes to the Australian Migration Program 2023
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by BRAVO MIGRATION
6M ago
The first summary of the changes to the Australian Migration Program 2023 announced by Minister Clare O’Neil covering a 10-year Migration Strategy for Australia, was prepared by the Migration Institute of Australia (and if you feel inclined to do so you can read the 100 page document in this link): MIA Notice 31 – 11 December 2023: Migration Strategy – First news The new strategy was designed to make our skilled migration system more focused on skills required to build productivity and use permanent migration to build and innovative and effective workforce for Australia’s f ..read more
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NSW Occupation Lists and Visa Requirements 2023-24 – Skilled Migration Program (190 and 491)
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by BRAVO MIGRATION
6M ago
The NSW Occupation Lists indicate the professions needed to address skill shortages in the state, allowing individuals to apply for a visa through the Skilled Migration Program. The requirements for Regional Visas in all States and Territories are updated annually, and NSW has released and opened its 2023/24 Nomination Program for applications for both visa Subclasses 190 and 491. New South Wales is shifting from publishing Occupation Lists to a new sector-focused approach, focusing on priority sectors that need skilled talent. They are: Health  Education  Information and Communicat ..read more
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