IMPACT — MEDIUM
The Home Office announced that the second APAC Youth Mobility Scheme ballot will open on July 24.
BAL Analysis: Eligible nationals of APAC countries will soon be able to apply for the Youth Mobility Scheme ballot; however, only a limited allocation of these visas is available. Successful applicants should receive an email by July 31. Those who are unsuccessful in the second ballot will receive an email within two weeks of the ballot closing. BAL will continue to monitor Youth Mobility Scheme developments and will provide more information as it becomes available.
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