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2024-25 Visa Surprise: South Australia’s Big Win in Skilled Migration | Australia Immigration Updates

For 2024–2025, South Australia has been awarded 3,800 skilled migration nomination slots—a 1,500 increase over the previous year. Updated allocations are also seen in other states. Updates on the Skilled Migration Program for 2024–2025The allotment of visa nominations for South Australia’s skilled migration program for 2024–2025 has been verified by the Commonwealth Government. This distribution […]

New Rules Alert: Canada to Increase Scrutiny on Study Permits

Canada has proposed new rules pertaining to international students, which include longer work hours, stronger compliance reporting requirements, and the ability to suspend institutions that do not comply. Find out more about the modifications affecting institutional oversight and study permissions. With an emphasis on enhancing oversight and compliance, the immigration authorities in Canada have put […]

Australia’s New Laws Protect Migrant Workers | Australia Immigration Updates

New laws protecting migrant workers will take effect in July 2024! The updated Migration Act in Australia increases compliance and targets employer exploitation. Study up on these significant adjustments. With the goal of reducing migrant worker exploitation, the Migration Amendment (Strengthening Employer Compliance) Act 2024 has made significant revisions to the Migration Act 1958. The […]

Breaking Records: Positive Net Movement of Australians in 2023-24 | Australia Immigration News

Australia’s net migration of citizens reversed prior patterns and reached a record positive in 2023–2024. Strong labor market conditions also contributed to net migration exceeding projections. With the exception of the first year of COVID-19, the net movement of Australian citizens in 2023–2024 hit a new positive record of 37,380, marking a dramatic reversal from […]

Australia Cuts Queensland Skilled Migration Quota | Australia Immigration News

Learn about the changes in Queensland’s skilled migrant allocations for 2024–2025 resulting from the new immigration regulations in Australia. View the effects on other states and the federal government’s efforts to alleviate the lack of skilled labor in the region. This year, the Albanese government’s overhaul of the immigration system will result in an increase […]

Canada’s New Rules for International Students: What You Need to Know

The Canadian Immigration Ministry has proposed additional regulations for foreign students that include raising the reporting requirements for compliance, suspending noncompliant institutions, and extending employment limits. The international student program may see a number of regulation modifications as suggested by Canada’s immigration minister. The new regulations mandate more compliance reporting from Canadian institutions and schools. […]

IRCC Issues 6,300 ITAs in Record-Low CRS Express Entry Draw | Canada Immigration News

With a minimum CRS score of 515 in the most recent Express Entry draw—the lowest score of the year for non-category draws—the IRCC is inviting 6,300 Canadian Experience Class candidates. In the most recent Express Entry lottery, Invitations to Apply (ITAs) have been released by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). 6,300 ITAs were given […]

Update on Victoria’s Skilled & Business Migration Program | Australia Immigration News

Five thousand visa slots are allotted under Victoria’s 2024–25 Skilled Migration Programme, with two thousand going to subclass 491 and three thousand to subclass 190. Permanent visa nominations (subclass 888) and extensions are still being accepted, however the Business Innovation programme (subclass 188) ceases. Follow Live in Melbourne for updates. Skilled Program: Victoria has been […]