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Old 10-15-2010, 08:10 AM
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i just wondering, how often does aus immi change their migration policy. its like the SOL just been changed july this year. whats about the previous year??

Im afraid they just changed the policy overnight and give all the int student freaking nightmare.


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Old 10-15-2010, 02:54 PM
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The latest changes have not by any means occurred overnight and have been the result of a considerable review of the skilled visas structure which commenced in 2009.
Student visa are relatively unchanged and though there is no direct connection between a student visa and a skilled PR immigration visa it has been recognised that some students do want to consider applying for skilled visas and so there has been a transitional provision created re occupations in demand.

Occupations in demand have always been up for review on a regular basis and that will continue to occur for there is not much point in promoting applications by people for which there is likely not a great opportunity for employment.
By the same token, students who take up study for the sole purpose of seeking immigration do so at their own risk.





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The latest changes have not by any means occurred overnight and have been the result of a considerable review of the skilled visas structure which commenced in 2009.
Student visa are relatively unchanged and though there is no direct connection between a student visa and a skilled PR immigration visa it has been recognised that some students do want to consider applying for skilled visas and so there has been a transitional provision created re occupations in demand.

Occupations in demand have always been up for review on a regular basis and that will continue to occur for there is not much point in promoting applications by people for which there is likely not a great opportunity for employment.
By the same token, students who take up study for the sole purpose of seeking immigration do so at their own risk.
do u know how many time they review and change the skill list before this??


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Old 10-16-2010, 01:22 AM
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Other than the major review, and another re 457 employer sponsored list changes have been minimal





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Old 10-16-2010, 08:47 AM
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Dear friend it seems all applicants have these of kind of worries...
I agree with you every little changes in rules could simply ruin a life, but I want to tell you they wisely consider their society...


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