Australian Visas for Nepalese

Nepalese Students in Australia The Sydney Morning Herald recently reported that “Most people would be able to name China and India as the top two source countries of international students coming to Australia. But Nepal coming third may be a surprise. “The country of just under 30 million people, best known as the home of […]


PTE or IELTS Test? Guest article by Elly Beolchi What is the difference between Australia’s two English language proficiency tests? More and more international students have come across the need to take an English proficiency test to be able to pursue their dreams in Australia, be they study or work. Over the last decade, the language […]

Student Guardian Visa 590

Australia’s 590 Student Guardian Visa One Australian student visa option is not for students themselves but for their caregivers and guardians. If you are the legal guardian of a foreign student in Australia who is under the age of 18, you may be eligible to live in Australia with that student. The following information about […]

DAMA Visas Australia

Designated Area Migration Agreement, DAMA The Department of Home Affairs describes DAMAs this way: “A Designated Area Migration Agreement (DAMA) provides flexibility for states, territories or regions to respond to their unique economic and labour market conditions through an agreement-based framework. “Under the DAMA framework, employers in designated areas experiencing skills and labour shortages can […]

Graduate 476 Visa for Engineers

The 476 Graduate Visa Australia needs engineers and has various visa programs that allow foreign engineers to work Down Unda. The most significant Australian visa for foreign engineers is the 476 Graduate visa. The Department of Home Affairs notes the following about the 476 visa: “Skilled—Recognised Graduate visa “This visa allows recent engineering graduates to […]

Australian Visas If Older Than 45

Australian Visas for Those 45 and Older It is generally harder to obtain an Australian visa if you are 45 years of age or older. However, there are a few key Australian visas that those older than 44 may apply for and which could be a good option for them to live and work in […]

Australian Visas for Japanese

A Brief History of Japanese in Australia The Australian Department of Social Services reports that “The first recorded Japanese settler arrived in Australia in 1871, an acrobat who settled in Queensland. Until 1866 it was a capital offence for Japanese to leave Japan. “During the 1880s and 1890s Japanese migrants worked as crew for Australian […]

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