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Your ultimate guide to making a successful 457 visa application in Australia

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At True Blue Migration, we’re constantly being asked about the ever-popular 457 visa. Applying for a Temporary Work (Long Stay) visa is often the first step on the road towards starting a new life Down Under. As such, it’s vitally important that you know all of the necessary 457 visa requirements, giving you the best chance of making a successful application and turning your dreams into reality. We’ve put together a comprehensive guide to address the most common queries. What is a 457 visa? The Temporary Work (Long Stay) 457 visa is an employer-sponsored visa that allows the employee to […]

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Skilled Occupation List Updated

The Government has released the latest Skilled Occupation List (SOL) for 2016 / 17. A number of occupations have been removed, including Petroleum and Mining Engineers, Occupational Health and Safety Adviser, Environmental Health Officers Dental Technicians Dental Therapist, Dental Prosthetist, Metallurgist and Dental Hygienist. Accountants remain on the list. If you would like to arrange a free consultation with a Registered Migration Agent in Perth or Melbourne, email help@truebluemigration.com or call (WA) 08 6189 5333 (VIC) 03 9038 9070. SCHEDULE 1 Skilled Occupation List (SOL) (Specification of occupations, countries, and assessing authorities for the purposes of paragraphs 3, 4 and 5, […]

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How to Cope With the Australian Sun – Infographic

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Moving to Australia? Make sure you stay safe in the sun Australia remains the most popular destination for Britons who are looking to start a new life overseas. More than 1.2 million UK citizens have set up permanent residency Down Under, and it’s easy to see why. If you’re moving to Melbourne, the sun remains a constant issue. While the Australian lifestyle and weather are huge selling points, it’s important to remember how dangerous the sun can be. With one of the highest skin cancer incidence rates in the world, it goes without saying that people living in Australia – especially […]

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