Australian officials have announced the proposed expansion of the permanent residence pathway for temporary skill shortage subclass 482 visa holders will begin Nov. 25.
BAL Analysis: The details of the final changes have not yet been announced, but government officials have now said the proposed implementation date will be Nov. 25. This is a welcome change for temporary skill shortage subclass 482 visa holders who are sponsored on the short-term skilled occupation list. BAL will provide more information once the changes are implemented.
This alert has been provided by the BAL Global Practice Group.
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