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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.
Australia, over the years, has been continuously accepting thousands of migrants. However, with the goal to grant “exceptionally skilled” migrants and to ease the pressure on big cities such as Sydney and Melbourne, the Department of Home Affairs (DHA) slashed 2019-20 immigration intakes from 190,000 to 160,000 slots.
For this fiscal year, visas for Skilled Independent (Subclass189) has been reduced also from last year’s 43,000 to 18,500, but 23,000 places will be given to high-caliber migrants who are willing to relocate to regional areas such as Adelaide, Darwin, or outskirts of Sydney. These movements have really caused fears that many people who want to migrate to Australia from Singapore or elsewhere may never become permanent in Australia. But for NTRUST, we will definitely help you to put your application in the best possible way forward.
Over the past years, migrants-to-be can easily obtain their Australia Permanent Residency (PR) Status by just satisfying the criteria set by the immigration department. In just a matter of six months to 1 year and a half, if you are lucky enough, you can already make the big move and migrate to Australia from Singapore or elsewhere. But unfortunately, and the reality is, this is not the case anymore. It is tougher now, but NTRUST, as the most established registered migration agency in Singapore, knows how to maneuver in this industry full of uncertainties.
A country is made of its people. These people could be natives of that country or immigrants. Immigration is a great way of strengthening a country in terms of talent and service. Immigrants help in meeting the demographic’s needs of a country. However, there are varied concerns around immigration such as racism, congested commutes, costlier housing and a fear of handling a multicultural society due to which immigration becomes a matter of deeper ambivalence.
Doing the Australia Immigration application by yourself can be so stressful. It is important to take the correct steps right at the very beginning to avoid hindrances that could cost you time and money. The best way to begin is with the help of a registered Australia migration agent. Why should you trust a professional when migrating to Australia?
It is no doubt that Australia Immigration rules and regulations are getting tougher each year. Come new fiscal year and whatever the results of the national election going to be, we are still expecting some changes to happen in its immigration legislative.
While it may seem like impossible for you now to penetrate into the nation already as an Australian Permanent Resident (PR), we beg to disagree.
The new fiscal year in Australia is yet to begin, but a number of Immigration rules and regulation changes are already out. Truth be told, but it is really not easy now as opposed to processing your application four to six years ago.
While Australia has been welcoming thousands of migrants each year, the government conducts yearly reviews of its legislation to address both population growth and Australian citizens’ employability rate. It may impress upon that the nation is making it tougher and tougher for people wanting to migrate to Australia from Singapore or elsewhere to penetrate, but immigration specialists such as NTRUST advocates in favour of your criteria, providing not just temporary solutions.
The current points system will be revised and will take effect in November 2019
It will introduce a revised points system for the subclass 491 visa as well as existing General Skilled Migration (489,189,190) visas. Points will be given for attributes that are linked with the applicant’s ability to make the greatest economic contribution, keeping the main purpose of the skilled migration programme — to maximise the economic benefits of migration to Australia and to only approved high caliber applicants.