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What are the changes in the WHM Visa of Australia for Spain and Israel?

More people from Spain and Israel will now have access to the Work and Holiday Maker (WHM) Visa of Australia. The announcement was recently made by the Dept. of Immigration.

The number of visa places for Spain has been increased to 3,400. It is double the quota available last year. For Israel, the number of visa places has been increased from 500 to 2500. These changes are effective from the 28th December 2018.

David Coleman, Immigration Minister, recently issued a press release. He said the number of visas has been increased due to the new initiatives implemented in November 2018. These initiatives address the shortage of labour that the agricultural sector is currently facing in Australia.

Mr Coleman also announced that the number of visa places for Peru would also be increased from 100 to 1,500. This would be effective from 2nd January 2019, as per SBS News.

The increase in the quota will allow many more young people from Spain and Israel to avail the WHM Visa. This visa allows applicants to enjoy a 12-month Australian holiday. During their stay, they may take up temporary work or study in Australia.

The changes in the WHM Visa of Australia will help regional areas of Australia. More workers will now be encouraged to work in these areas.

Working in the regional areas on their first visa will make Spanish and Israeli applicants eligible for a second WHM Visa. They will be eligible for a third visa if they work for 6 months in regional areas on their second visa. This arrangement will come into effect from 1st July 2019.

The WHM Visa of Australia has arrangements with 42 nations across the globe.

The Dept. of Immigration has announced that it working to increase the cap for many other countries as well.

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Fraud in employer-sponsored visas high in Australia

Wei Chen, a 29 year old Chinese national, found a job at an Italian restaurant in Sydney. She got the job of a junior chef while she was still undergoing her industry training. She was transferred later to a restaurant in Perth which had a shortage of experienced staff. Her employer sponsored her under the RSMS (Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme) for a PR in December 2015.

In 2016, the business group that owned the restaurants went into voluntary administration. This was while Chen’s visa application was still in process. The employer was no longer able to sustain her employment for 2 years as per the offer letter.

The processing time for an RSMS Visa is around 13 months while Chen had only been at work for 6 months. Her RSMS visa application was refused on the grounds that her job was uncertain. Also, Perth was no longer included in regional areas from March 2017. Hence the RSMS visa was no longer applicable to the Perth metropolitan area.

Chen, however, continued to work at the restaurant in Perth. Her new employer once again sponsored her RSMS Visa for their restaurant in Canberra. She moved to Canberra from Perth.

But as luck would have it, the restaurant in Canberra shut shop. As per Chen, the staff was let go without any prior notice. All this while her second RSMS visa was still under process. With no job now, her second RSMS visa was also refused. While refusing her Visa, the Immigration Dept. agreed that she was impacted negatively by circumstances beyond her control. Chen is now fighting to get her due payment from her employer.

Samuel Lau from Malaysia also faced a similar situation. His employer, a restaurant in Perth, had sponsored his RSMS visa in June 2016. But the restaurant shut down in March 2018 while his visa was being processed. His visa was thus denied. He has now appealed against the decision to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal. He has also written to the Immigration Minister asking for his intervention in the matter.

Lau, currently, earns a living by driving for Uber in Australia.

Immigration experts say that the processing times for RSMS has increased over time. 4 or 5 years ago, the processing times for these visas was only a month, as per SBS News.

The Immigration Department has raised concerns about rising incidents of fraud in employer-sponsored visas in Australia.

Immigration experts also believe that employer-sponsored visas are risky as everything depends on the employer. There have been a number of cases where employers have sold off their businesses while the visa applications were being processed. Thus, the rejection rate in RSMS visas is also high. Long wait times of RSMS visas have also added to the problems. The long processing time is as much responsible for applicant’s problems as much as employers shutting businesses.

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English-speaking immigrants among top CEOs of Australia

English-speaking immigrants among top CEOs of Australia

A study has found that your place of birth could determine your success in Australia. The Faculty of Business and Economics at Macquarie University published a report on Australia’s 2011 census data. The report said that the Australian workforce was extremely diverse. But that was not the case when you consider the top positions in the country.

English-speaking immigrants from countries like the US, the UK, Canada, and South Africa were among Australia’s top CEOs and MDs. India, Philippines, China, and Vietnam had little representation at the top positions.

People born in Australia still account for 70% of all the CEOs and MDs in Australia. In comparison, 8.1% of all top bosses in Australia were born in England. English people make up almost 4.9% of the Australian workforce.

Countries with known high proficiency in English like Holland and Germany also had significant representation among top positions.

Most Asian countries had lesser representation at the top, unlike Japan and South Korea. This could possibly be because Australia allows foreigners to set up businesses in the country.

Migrants from English-speaking countries made up 16.7% of all Australian CEOs and MDs and 10.2% of the Australian workforce. On the other hand, non-English speaking countries made up 13.2% of the top positions and 16.8% of the total workforce.

Among second-generation immigrants, those of Lebanese and Greek heritage had a higher representation in senior positions.

A new study follows data published by the Australian Human Rights Commission in 2018. It found that people from European backgrounds made up 97% of the CEOs and 95% of the executives in Australia.

The study also found that the representation of women in senior positions was pretty low in Australia. Out of 50,000 CEOs and MDs in Australia, only 19.3% were women, as per SBS News.

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Know everything about student accommodation in Australia

International students who aspire to study in Australia often worry about where they will live in the country. When you are alone in a foreign country it is quite natural to be anxious. There are a number of international students in Australia. The country offers a wide variety of accommodation options to the numerous international students that it houses.

Here’s everything that you should know about student accommodation in Australia:

  1. On-campus accommodation

Most universities in Australia provide on-campus accommodation. This allows you to live near libraries and lecture halls and thus save time. Onsite accommodation offers cleanliness and safety as it is owned by the University. You also have all the University services close to you and the joy of living among your fellow students. Onsite accommodation also helps avoid lease agreements with landlords or for that matter, dodgy landlords.

However, due to the high number of international students coming to Australia each year, there are not enough on-campus accommodations for all.

The cost of on-campus accommodation is different for different campuses. University of Sydney’s International House costs $8,300 per semester. The International House at the University of Queensland costs $2,565 per semester.

  1. Private off-campus accommodation

If budget is not a constraint, you may prefer to live in private off-campus accommodation. They tend to be luxurious but at the same time, pricey. These are high-quality units that provide everything to make you feel at home. You may choose to live alone in a studio flat or live in a shared apartment.

An ensuite room in Darlington House, Sydney will cost you $646 per week. A bedroom in a shared apartment in Brisbane will cost you $299 per week.

Uni Lodgers, Urban Nest, and Iglu are some of the best private student accommodation providers in Australia.

  1. Homestays

If you are looking for an authentic Australian experience during your stay in Australia, you may want to opt for a homestay. It will allow you to live with an Australian family rather than renting your own accommodation.

Homestays are gaining immense popularity among international students in Australia. You have the support of a family in Australia as well as freedom from other students.

Many homestays are pre-vetted by the Universities and hence are quite safe and stable. However, it is advisable to do your own research to find the right one for you.

A homestay in Melbourne could cost anything between $32 and $300 per week, as per Study International.

  1. House/Room Shares

It is the most affordable student accommodation option in Australia. However, they may be the least luxurious of the others.

International students in the country often end up sharing space with 5 to 6 people. This may not be conducive to your studies. But if your budget does not permit luxury, this is a decent option to go for.

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Will the requirements for Australian citizenship change in 2019?

In April 2017, the Australian Govt. announced changes to the citizenship law. The Govt. proposed an English language test for applicants. It also planned to lengthen the time required for Permanent Residents to become eligible for citizenship. The law, however, is yet to be passed.

The Turnbull Govt. listed the citizenship Bill to be introduced in the Spring Session of the Parliament. The Govt., however, did not discuss the Australian Citizenship Legislation Amendment in the parliament. The Australian Greens motion led to the legislation being struck off the Senate notice paper in October 2017.

In the initially proposed changes, the Govt. wanted applicants to score Band 6 on the IELTS to be eligible for citizenship. After the opposition in the Senate, the requirement was scaled down to a score of Band 5.

Changes were also proposed to the duration of residence required for citizenship. At present, migrants who have lived in Australia for 4 years with 1 year as a PR, can apply for Australian citizenship. The Govt. proposed to increase the residence requirement to 4 years as a PR. An applicant will now have to reside in Australia as a PR for at least 4 years before becoming eligible for citizenship. Any time spent in Australia on a visa other than the PR visa will not be counted towards citizenship requirement.

These changes, especially the English test were opposed by the Greens, Labor and other crossbench senators.

Alan Tudge, Former Citizenship Minister, said in July 2018 that discussions were still on regarding the key requirements of citizenship.

The current Immigration Minister David Coleman said that the proposed changes are still under consideration. He, however, did not comment when the Bill will be debated in Parliament, as per SBS News.

Nick Kim, the Immigration spokesperson of the Greens, said that the Govt. did not bring the Bill to the Parliament since they did not have the numbers.

Scott Morrison, PM, suggested that the federal elections in Australia won’t be held until May 2019. With the uncompromising stance of the Labour and Greens, the Govt. will need the support of the crossbench Senators to pass the proposed changes.

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Why are there no takers for high paying mining jobs in Australia?

After a brief lull, the mining industry in Australia is gathering steam. With increased production, mining companies, especially in Queensland and Western Australia, are looking for more workers.

Latest data from SEEK, the online job portal, shows that there are a huge number of mining jobs available. These jobs offer experienced workers well over $150,000 per year. Workers at the entry-level can easily earn between $80,000 and $100,000 per year.

So why are there no takers for these high paying mining jobs in Australia?

The mining industry in Australia employs over 226,000 people, as per SBS News. They comprise of skilled engineers to tradesmen. There are also a number of drivers, cleaners, and other support staff.

The mining sector offers skilled employees the fly-in-fly-out option. This FIFO option allowed workers to fly to a mining site and then back home. They are not required to relocate to remote areas in Australia.

Even though the incentives are great, the working conditions in the mining industry are particularly difficult. The industry requires you to put in long hours in harsh climatic conditions. Often the employees have to live in remote areas for months away from their families. These remote areas have poor access to mental health support services.

The harsh work conditions and being removed from their family for long periods of time has lessened the charm of mining jobs. Hence, recruiters are left in a lurch and experts agree that engaging workers would be difficult.

How can Australia get its workers for the mining industry?

To get the required workforce, recruiters will now have to hire workers from overseas.

The mining industry is growing in Australia and has a lot to offer to foreign workers. For workers willing to brave the conditions, there is a lot up for grabs.

Here are few tips for those looking to apply for mining jobs:

  1. Do your homework thoroughly. Network and talk to as many people as you can to land a job.
  2. Do not let the promise of huge salaries blind you
  3. Be prepared to prove yourself in an unpleasant job before you start earning huge bucks
  4. The mining industry is a physically and mentally challenging industry. Try to keep clear and achievable goals which will keep you motivated and get you through tough times.

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What are the most popular courses for international students in Australia?

TEQSA (Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency) released a report last year. As per the report, international students opt for different courses as compared to domestic students.

More than half of the international student population is studying courses in Management and Commerce. In comparison, only 15% of domestic students are enrolled in the same.

 As per the report, 49% of all the international students were studying either Management or Commerce in 2016. Other popular courses among international students were:

  • Information Technology
  • Food, Hospitality and Personal Services
  • Engineering and other related technologies

Food, Hospitality and Personal Services saw a 60% increase in enrolment between 2013 and 2016.

The most popular subject among Australian students was Education. However, it was not so popular among foreign students. Another popular subject among Australian students was Health and Mixed Food Programs.

There were more than 400,000 international students in Australia in 2017, as per Study International. These students accounted for 19% of the total revenue in 2017 totalling up to $7 billion. The education sector has been the largest growing sector of revenue. It has seen a growth of $2.2 billion from 2012 to 2017.

In 2016, Australia had the maximum overseas students from China. Chinese students made up 38% of the international student population. 16% of the international student population was from India.

As per the report, the fastest growing source markets in 2015 and 2016 were Nepal and China. Nepal saw an increase of 21% while China saw 13%.

The most popular study abroad locations for international students in Australia were New South Wales and Victoria. New South Wales hosted about 30% of the international student population while Victoria housed 36%.

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How to apply for a state nomination for South Australia?

South Australia

To apply for an Australian PR under Subclass 190 Visa you need to obtain a state nomination. The Govt. of South Australia nominates candidates who are willing to live and work in the state.

To meet the eligibility criteria you need to meet the skills and experience requirement of South Australia. Plus, you will also need to meet the federal criteria.

How can a state nomination benefit you?

  1. State Nominated visas are processed on priority by the Dept. of Home Affairs
  2. You receive an additional 5 points under the Subclass 190-Skill Nominated Visa
  3. You receive an additional 10 points under the Subclass 489-Skilled Regional Provisional Visa
  4. The occupation list for a State Nomination Visa is much more extensive
  5. Receive information and services from the State Govt. to help you settle down and find jobs

What are the requirements of a state nomination for South Australia?

  1. You need a commitment to live and work in South Australia for at least 2 years. You should also be open to long-term settlement in South Australia.
  2. You should be under 45 years of age at the time of nomination
  3. Your occupation must be listed on the Skilled Nominated Occupation List of South Australia. To access the Supplementary Occupation List, you must meet the additional requirements.
  4. You should have obtained a positive Skill Assessment from the relevant authorities
  5. You should have at least 1 year of skilled work experience in the recent 3 years. Some occupations may require high work experience. South Australian graduates may receive work experience waiver.
  6. You need to meet the English requirement of South Australia
  7. You should have enough funds to support yourself and your family in South Australia
  8. Your EOI should meet the federal as well as the South Australia nomination requirements

How can you apply for a state nomination for South Australia?

  1. You need to submit an EOI through SkillSelect. You would also need to choose South Australia as your preferred state and select either Subclass 190 or Subclass 489.
  2. Submit an application for State Nomination through South Australia’s immigration website
  3. You may track your application online. The outcome of your application can be viewed on the website of South Australia.
  4. Once your state nomination has been approved, you will receive an invite from the Dept. of Home Affairs asking you to submit a visa application
  5. You will need to submit your Visa application with the Dept. of Home Affairs, as per ABC News

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NT in Australia opens up PR pathway for 117 occupations

Low-skilled migrants working in Northern Territory in Australia can now apply for PR. The state has opened up the pathway to PR for 117 occupations. Foreign workers willing to live and work in NT for 3 years can now obtain Australian PR.

The Australian Govt. has launched a new Visa scheme to distribute the immigrant population away from major cities like Sydney and Melbourne. The new Visa scheme is called the Designated Area Migration Agreement (DAMA). It has currently been implemented in Northern Territory and Warrnambool region in Victoria. Both these places needed a population boost as they were struggling with a labour shortage.

NT already had a DAMA in place. However, it did not offer a pathway to PR. The new DAMA which came into effect on 1st January 2019, has a provision for PR.

David Coleman, Immigration Minister, said that the Govt. is trying to improve the immigration system to meet specific needs of regional areas. The priority of the immigration system is to fill in the skill gaps.

The Federal Govt. and the NT Govt. have identified 117 occupations which will now have access to PR, as per SBS News.

Here is the new occupation list of NT under DAMA:

1 Accountant (General)
2 Accounts Clerk
3 Aeroplane Pilot
4 Aged or Disabled Carer
5 Agricultural and Horticultural Mobile Plant Operator
6 Airconditioning and Refrigeration Mechanic
7 Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (Avionics)
8 Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (Mechanical)
9 Aquaculture Farmer
10 Arborist
11 Automotive Electrician
12 Baker
13 Bar Attendant Supervisor
14 Barista
15 Beauty Therapist
16 Beef Cattle Farmer
17 Bookkeeper
18 Bus Driver
19 Butcher or Smallgoods Maker
20 Cabinetmaker
21 Cabler (Data and Telecommunications)
22 Cafe or Restaurant Manager
23 Carpenter
24 Chef
25 Chief Executive or Managing Director
26 Child Care Centre Manager
27 Child Care Worker
28 Civil Engineering Technician
29 Community Worker
30 Conference and Event Organiser
31 Cook
32 Cook (includes Ethnic Cuisine)
33 Crowd Controller
34 Customer Service Manager
35 Deck Hand
36 Dental Assistant
37 Diesel Motor Mechanic
38 Disabilities Services Officer
39 Diver
40 Early Childhood (Pre-primary School) Teacher
41 Earth Science Technician
42 Earthmoving Plant Operator (General)
43 Electrical Linesworker
44 Electronic Instrument Trades Worker (General)
45 Excavator Operator
46 Facilities Manager
47 Family Day Care Worker
48 Family Support Worker
49 Fitter (General)
50 Fitter and Turner
51 Fitter-Welder
52 Floor Finisher
53 Flying Instructor
54 Forklift Driver
55 Fruit or Nut Grower
56 Gaming Worker
57 Hair or Beauty Salon Manager
58 Hairdresser
59 Hardware Technician
60 Hotel or Motel Manager
61 Hotel or Motel Receptionist
62 Hotel Service Manager
63 ICT Customer Support Officer
64 ICT Support Technicians nec
65 Interpreter
66 Landscape Gardener
67 Licensed Club Manager
68 Linemarker
69 Management Accountant
70 Marketing Specialist
71 Metal Fabricator
72 Mixed Crop and Livestock Farmer
73 Mixed Crop Farmer
74 Mixed Livestock Farmer
75 Motor Mechanic (General)
76 Motor Vehicle or Caravan Salesperson
77 Motor Vehicle Parts and Accessories Fitter (General)
78 Motor Vehicle Parts Interpreter
79 Motorcycle Mechanic
80 Nursing Support Worker
81 Office Manager
82 Out of School Hours Care Worker
83 Panelbeater
84 Personal Care Assistant
85 Pharmacy Technician
86 Plumber (General)
87 Pressure Welder
88 Program or Project Administrator
89 Property Manager
90 Recreation Officer
91 Residential Care Worker
92 Retail Manager (General)
93 Retail Supervisor
94 Sales and Marketing Manager
95 Sheetmetal Trades Worker
96 Ship’s Engineer
97 Ship’s Master
98 Small Engine Mechanic
99 Sound Technician
100  Supply and Distribution Manager
101 Taxation Accountant
102 Telecommunications Cable Jointer
103 Telecommunications Linesworker
104 Telecommunications Technician
105 Therapy Aide
106 Tour Guide
107 Truck Driver (General)
108 Vegetable Grower
109 Vehicle Painter
110 Veterinary Nurse
111 Waiter Supervisor
112 Waste Water or Water Plant Operator
113 Web Administrator
114 Web Designer
115 Welder (First Class)
116 Welfare Worker
117 Youth Worker

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Know more about the SISA Visa of Australia

South Australia has launched a new entrepreneur program to attract talented entrepreneurs from across the world. Australia has selected the state of South Australia to pilot the new SISA (Supporting Innovation in South Australia) Visa. This visa program is aimed at attracting budding entrepreneurs in emerging sectors. Entrepreneurs in the fields of cybersecurity, space, defence, big data, agribusiness, and medical technology are highly favoured.

The SISA Visa program is different from other entrepreneur visas in that it has no financial requirement. Applicants need to submit a strong and innovative business proposal to be eligible. Also, applicants have to be under the age of 45 to apply under this Visa program.

Eligible applicants need to first apply for an endorsement from the South Australian Govt. They should be endorsed by the Dept. of Trade, Tourism, and Investment. They can then apply for a Subclass 408 visa (Temporary Activity) to the Dept. of Home Affairs.

The SISA Visa pilot has been planned from November 2018 to November 2021. Hence the validity of your visa would depend on when you are granted the same. To exemplify, if you are granted a Visa in June 2019, your visa validity would be 2 years and 5 months, since SISA ends in November 2021.

South Australia would be accepting applications under this scheme till November 2020, as per SBS News.

Currently, the visa application fee is $285 but it is subject to change. You will also need to show sufficient funds to take care of yourself in South Australia.

You can include your family members on this Visa. However, you will need to show additional funds for them as well. Dependents on this Visa will have full work and study rights in Australia.

The Subclass 408 (Temporary Activity) is a temporary visa and hence has no access to Permanent Residence. To apply for Australian PR, you will need to meet the eligibility criteria of other PR pathways.

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