There is some respite for the immigration industry now following the new Department of Home Affairs (DHA), Australia guidelines announced recently. This comes in the wake of Coronavirus (COVID-19) that claimed thousands of lives and impacted businesses worldwide. The immigration industry is coming back on track, according to sources.
Even though there is a travel ban imposed by the Australian administration, the Department of Home Affairs (DHA) is appealing visa applicants not to panic. Offshore visa holders who are on Temporary Skill Shortage Visa-subclass 482 and awaiting to return to the country have been told to inform their current employers online. This way, it can help them save their jobs.
On the other hand, students who left for their home countries after completion of their semesters are advised to inform their universities and institutions. The DHA adopted a flexible approach towards them. One of the options is online study that can be acceptable only if their college permits them. There is a travel ban with the DHA asking travellers in Australia to follow self-isolation for two weeks.
What the Other Directives are:
2020 has been a different year for skilled professionals planning to live, work and settle indefinitely. Unlike the previous years where invitations were issued to visa holders possessing Skilled Independent Visa-subclass 189, the Department of Home Affairs is considering invitations only if the applicant fulfils occupation point criteria.
Two of the prominent visas Skilled Nominated Visa-subclass 190 and Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) Visa-subclass 491 are in the news. A large number of invitations were issued by DHA in the last couple of months. The invitations are meant to those who meet the occupation points and those planning to settle in Regional Areas of Australia. To a large extent, Australia immigration played a significant role in fulfilling expectations of many individuals who want to live, work and migrate on Permanent Resident visa.
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