Legislation & Policy

2018:

Selected legislation changes - March 2018

18 March 2018 - Occupation Lists

17 January 2018 - Occupation Lists

2017:

November 2017 - Selected Changes

Selected Legislation Changes 1 July 2017 - occupation lists, GSM visas, 457/186/187 and more

Occupation Lists - 1 July 2017

Australian Citizenship Changes (20 April 2017)

Legislation changes- Employer Sponsored Visa 457/186/187  (18 April 2017)

2016:

Selected November 2016 Changes

Selected Legislation September 2016

Summary of selected changes coming in effect on 01 July 2016

Skilled Occupation List (SOL) and Consolidated Skilled Occupation List (CSOL) from 1 July 2016

Legislative instruments for student visas from July 2016 and other changes (May 2016)

Legislation changes (April 2016)

NZ citizens - An additional pathway to permanent residency for ‘non-protected’ Special Category Visa (SCV) holders (19 February 2016)

2015:

Legislation and other changes 21 November 2015 (21 November 2015)

Legislation and other changes 01 July 2015 (01 July 2015)

Legislation Changes 18 April 2015 (18 April 2015)

Government response to the Independent Review into integrity in the subclass 457 programme (18 March 2015)

Two Countries - One Visa (14 January 2015)

2014:

Senate Overturns Regulations-cheaper family visas are back (25 September 2014)

Alternative English Language Tests for Visa Applicants (23 May 2014)

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Recent News

  • Australian Citizenship Changes

    20.4.2017

    20 April 2017: This is another substantial change in immigration - read more here




  • 457, 186, 187 CHANGES

    19.4.2017

    19 April 2017: Major overhaul of 457/186/187 visas - for details see here




  • WHV and Exchange rates 1 JAN 2017

    25.12.2016

    25 December 2016: Hungary, Luxembourg and San Marino will be added to WHV462 program. More info in IMMI17/003.

    New exchange rates for visa application fees from 1 JAN 2017 -  IMMI17/002
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    UR = 1.38043
    USD = 1.25078
    GBP = 1.54628



  • Selected Legislation Changes November 2016

    3.11.2016

    3 November 2016: Summary of selected changes (condition 8107, 462WHV extension, a member of the family unit) coming in effect on 19 November 2016 - read more here




  • Legislation Changes September 2016

    8.9.2016

    08 September 2016: For details about changes approved in September 2016 (incl. partner visa, GSM points test, Entrepreneur Visa) - read more here




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