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Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Migration

Can international students cover their expenses in Australia?

You might have a relative who plans to study here and they might ask you or you may also wonder if an international student can rely on his/her salary from working part-time...

NT DAMA II might be key to becoming Permanent Resident in Australia

For International students, sc485 visa holders and other overseas workers, the Northern Territory Designated Area Migration Agreement II (NT DAMA II) might be your best option to become an Australian permanent resident....

Common mistakes that lead to Australian visa refusals

Mistakes in visa application can cost a lot of money. It can even cost you your Australian dream. Stay away from these three common mistakes. 1. Applying for a visa without understanding the...

Family violence exceptions affecting partner visa

Family violence happens all over the world and affects people of all cultural backgrounds and economic statuses. However, not all instances are documented because the victims fail to report the abuse due to isolation, power and control, inadequate financial resources,...

Nurse Bridging Program visa options: Visitor visa or student visa?

Overseas qualified Registered Nurses (RNs) are required to study in Australia to get an RN registration from the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and become eligible to work here as an RN. The quickest way to gain an...

Schedule 3 criteria waiver – Partner Visa Application

Good news for Partner Visa applicants whose request for Waiver of Schedule 3 Criteria was not approved on grounds that the circumstances for compelling reasons occurred after the visa application was filed. The Full Court of the Federal Court of...

Show money is not just for show

In most cases, international students are required to show financial capacity in their first year of study here in Australia. Some people call this “show money” and many people take its literal meaning that you just have to show...

New Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) VISA takes effect

To all our kababayans who have relatives who are qualified to live and work in Australia, here are the requirements for the new Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) (subclass 482) visa replacing the subclass 457 visa. The changes were implemented...

Bridging Visa E refusal

The refusal of granting a Bridging Visa E at the time when the applicant wants to work be free from detention if he or she is in the immigration detention facility is not as simple as others may think. The...

TSS is coming

Starting March 2018, changes are being implemented to make sure that businesses have the critical skills they need where no skilled Australian worker is available. There are three options under the new visa program known as Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS)...
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FILCCA National Conference postponed until October 2021

In consultation with State Councils, the FILCCA Executive have formally postponed the National Conference until October 2021 in response to the current...

Filipinos in Melbourne share their experiences returning to lockdown

Metropolitan Melbourne and Mitchell Shire have returned to Stage 3 Stay at Home restrictions as a result of an increasing number COVID-19...

Our lives as Filipino-Australians may never be the same again

The onset of the pandemic early this year has been reshaping the landscape of the world as we know it. As businesses...

Metropolitan Melbourne and Mitchell Shire return to lockdown

By Philip Russo, Monash University and Brett Mitchell, University of Newcastle Metropolitan Melbourne and the shire of Mitchell will...