Tuesday 26th November 2019 at 6:30pm
Location will be Adelaide CBD.
You will receive all the key information about how you can be eligible for the 485 graduate visa and permanent residency pathways.We will also discuss the new regional visas and the changes to the points test which were implemented on 16 November 2019.
Reserve your seat
In the seminar you will learn about:
- Graduate Visa eligibility requirements
- PR Pathways (Independent Skilled Migration, State Sponsorship and Employer Sponsorship) for international students
- South Australian State Sponsorship - current rules and what to look out for soon current requirements
- Other visa options for those who don't qualify for a graduate visa or PR now
- The recent changes to the points test which were implemented on 16 November 2019
Who should attend this seminar
Anyone who currently holds a student visa and wishes to remain in Australia after the expiry of your student visa.
What you will learn
In the Seminar, we will provide you with all the key information about how you can be eligible for work visas and Permanent Residency visas after your course is completed, as well as important information to watch out for in relation to recent rules and policy changes as well as what might be coming in the near future based on trends and announcements by politicians and Government Departments. The feedback we get every year is that people love our seminars because they always learn something they wouldn’t have learned anywhere else including in government run sessions. It is valuable to any international student to make sure they understand all of their options for remaining in Australia. We will cover :
- Graduate Visas (Post Study Work and Graduate streams)
- State Sponsorship – (provisional and permanent visas) – current rules and what to look out for soon
- Independent Skilled Visas (for all occupations)
- Employer Sponsored Visas (temporary and permanent) – how to secure employer sponsorship and how to make yourself eligible
- Training Visas (internships, traineeships)
- Skills Assessments – when you need them and what to watch out for
- Expressions of Interest – how to complete this critically important document correctly
- English tests – when you need one and what scores you need
- Work Experience – how much and traps to watch out for BEFORE you start working
There’s a lot to cover – so make sure you arrive on time! There will also be an opportunity to ask questions of the speakers after the session.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Christina is a director of PAX Migration Australia and a registered migration agent with the Office of the Migration Agents Registration Authority. She has been in the migration industry for more than 15 years and worked with migrants and international students, as a migration agent, as a coordinator of various government programs, an English language teacher and even a counsellor. She has experience in the tertiary education system, she taught international students at the University of Adelaide before starting PAX Migration Australia. Christina has assisted hundreds of clients in obtaining their permanent residency after completing studies in Australia. She is expert on South Australian state sponsorship, independent skilled visas, skills assessments, student and family visas.
Constantine is a director of PAX Migration Australia and a registered migration agent with the Office of the Migration Agents Registration Authority. Over a distinguished 18 year professional career, Constantine has consulted to some of the largest corporations in Australia and Government enterprise in various advisory roles, including designing business processes to comply with legal obligations and advice and representation of clients at the Administrative Appeals Tribunal. This experience allows him to bring commercial acumen to the migration process particularly relevant for skilled and business visas, employer sponsorship and complex immigration cases. Constantine has assisted hundreds of clients in obtaining temporary and permanent visas both at primary application and appeal stage.