A Resident Return Visa (RVV), Subclass 155 & 157, allows Australian permanent residents (not citizens) to travel in and out of Australia as many times as they want until the travel validity expires. An RRV provides travel validity for up to 5 years depending on your circumstances. If you leave Australia after your travel validity […]
Issues with our immigration system and program are splashed across the media this morning, as Home Affairs Minister Clare O’Neil says the government is already acting on allegations regarding specific people over the exploitation of the visa system. “We are already taking action on these individuals,” she told media this morning. “But I do think […]
As part of its efforts to improve skilled visa processing times, clear visa processing backlogs and address Australia’s worker shortage, the Australian government has issued new directions for prioritising skilled visa applications. Headlining the changes is a visa processing priority for the health and education sectors. A spokesperson for the Department of Home Affairs stated, […]
Temporary Relaxation of the 6-Month Work Limitation (Visa condition 8547) for Working Holiday Makers
The government has announced a temporary relaxation of the 6-month work limitation (Visa condition 8547) for Working Holiday Makers. The 6-month work limitation has been temporarily relaxed until 31 December 2022. After 31 December 2022, a Working Holiday Maker visa holder may work with an employer for up to 6 months, despite any period they […]
Australia is trimming its requirements for temporary visa applicants in Australia, to speed up its visa processing system. Temporary visa applicants in Australia will no longer be required to undertake medical examinations, based on their nationality, previous residence and proposed length of stay, in order to meet the health requirement. This new arrangement applies to all […]
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Like many developed countries around the world, Australia is currently facing a shortage of skilled migrants to fill workforce demands. In response, states and territories have been easing the conditions of their visa programs to help attract skilled workers from overseas. Here’s a guide to some of the opportunities available. What is state sponsorship? Most […]
Roam is delighted that managing partner, Jackson Taylor has joined the Migration Institute of Australia (MIA) as an independent director.
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The Victorian Skilled Migration Program is open to people living in Victoria and overseas and provides skilled migrants with a pathway to permanent residency in Victoria.