INSIGHT: Life in Regional Australia

INSIGHT: Life in Regional Australia

An old local living in the outback once told me that ‘’…money is only a part of life, you’ll live nicely with lots of money but here, life’s not that bad even if you have only a little… “he followed up quickly saying, “work too is only a part of life here…if you have to work, that’s part of life but if you don’t have to work, you’ll definitely have more life!”…Although he said these with a wink, I believe there is some truth.

If you’re living in Asia and contemplating moving to Australia, the ideal choice of location is typically Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane…Why? Many will say it’s because of increased work opportunities. However, as surely as there are more jobs in these big cities, you might want to consider, that along with more jobs comes more competition; and this not only for jobs but also schools, property, space and generally, the stress of living in a more crowded place.

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Australia Immigration: Transitioning Into Another New Decade

Australia Immigration - New Year Resolution
The past decade has been a rollercoaster ride for Australia Immigration programme – a decade full of ups and downs – that it feels like a diverse period in history. The 2010s have brought so many developments, and at the same time political and social struggles that have made it a very turbulent decade, especially to those contemplating to migrate across to Australia.

We can easily put the blame to the authorities, making it more difficult for aspiring migrants to penetrate, but somehow thanks to them as well for redefining policies and regulations, still giving migration opportunities to us rather than nothing.

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Australia Immigration: How Will You Stand Out?

Australian Dream Life
NTRUST has been assisting thousands of families since 2003 migrating to Australia from Singapore or elsewhere, thus, we have seen drastic changes with the immigration rules and regulations. Truth be told, many families now are feeling hesitant to pursue their Australian dream life because of the uncertainties surrounding the immigration policies. Is the golden age of Australia migration really gone?

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More Opportunities for International Students

More Opportunities for International Students.

More opportunities for International Students.

Perth and Canberra now belongs to Regional Cities!

The definition of regional Australia is changing – at least for migration purposes. Starting today, new definitions will apply to a range of Australian cities and regional zones, with impacts on visa processing, skilled migration and international education opportunities.

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Migration Program intake increased from 23,000 to 25,000

Migration Updates: Migration Program intake increased from 23,000 to 25,000

More and more opportunities for the Skilled Migrants and International Students.

After the initial success of the federal government’s initiative, they’ve decided to increase the allocation for regional places in their immigration scheme for this year from 23,000 to 25,000. Aside from that, Perth and Gold Coast will no longer classify as major cities in an effort to make them destinations for Skilled Migrants and International Students.

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WA announces new Graduate Stream Criteria for State Nomination

Migration Updates: WA announces new Graduate Stream Criteria for State Nomination

The state nomination migration program Graduate stream will be more accessible for international students very sooner who study in Western Australia with new Graduate Occupation List to be available before December 2019 invitation round.

Premier Mark McGowan recently announced that the Graduate Stream of the SNMP will be extended to include vocational education and training (VET) graduates who complete a qualification in Western Australia at Certificate III level or above, excluding trade occupations (unless approved for delivery to international students).

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Australia Immigration: 16 November 2019 Changes

Australia Immigration - 16 November 2019 Changes

With the goal to improve Australia’s immigration rules and regulations, the Department of Home Affairs (DHA) is set to implement a new set of changes by 16th November 2019.

These changes aim to invite top quality migrants by an improved points system, particularly for the skilled migration programme. Also, changes open-up more opportunities for applicants who are willing to relocate to regional areas through the new regional provisional visas.

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