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Temporary Skills Shortage (TSS) Visa to Replace 457 Visa This Month

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STANDARD DISCLAIMER: All information contained herein are as of press time and are thus subject to changes without prior notice. As the iRemit blog is merely an information resource rather than an authority on immigration matters, readers are still encouraged to seek professional counsel.


Last year, Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announced the abolition of Visa 457, which allowed local business owners to employ skilled foreign workers in industries where the demand for their skills was unmet. The official line was that the move was part of the government’s “Australia First initiative,” as the said visa was sometimes being used to exploit cheap labor, thus leaving many Australians out of a job.

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  • dy3pdy3p Hervey Bay, QueenslandTotal Reaction Points: 129Member
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    482 na ang employer sponsored. May path pa din to PR provided na medium stream yung occ.
    08/11/15 - IELTS
    16/12/15 - AHPRA registration application
    14/01/16 - AHPRA refusal and referral to BP
    09-11/16 - Bridging program completion
    28/11/16 - AHPRA registration re-application
    03/12/16 - AHPRA registered
    04/12/16 - Job offered and accepted (457 Sponsorship)
    01/04/17 - Medicals for both 457 and future PR application
    07/04/17 - ANMAC assessment application
    15/04/17 - Filed for resignation from current employer
    21/04/17 - Nomination submitted by AU employer
    23/05/17 - Nomination granted
    31/05/17 - 457 application lodged
    16/06/17 - 457 Granted
    27/07/17 - EOI Submitted
    06/09/17 - ITA received
    10/09/17 - PR Skilled Independent 189 Application Lodged
    17/10/17 - CO Contact
    25/10/17 - Further Information Provided
    16/02/18 - Visa Grant Received




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