International Students Returning To Western Australia Safely
The recent COVID-19 pandemic has largely affected international travel. Governments had to keep their airports closed for international tourists for many months to break the spreading chain of the virus. The international student community across the world was the most affected because of this travel ban. However, after almost two years, with people receiving vaccines in most countries, these restrictions are gradually lifted. The good news is that Western Australia has also decided to allow international students from early next[...]
Know About The Latest Changes in Temporary Graduate Visa 485
Because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, international students find it challenging to get their Temporary Graduate Visa 485. The Visa Subclass 485 can be held by any individual who holds a valid visa. Though there is no formal clarification from the Department of Home Affairs, we will discuss the latest changes made in the visa application. Here we discuss some of the frequently asked questions that experts face. What is the Subclass 485 Visa?If you are an international student in Australia, have[...]
What Are The English Requirements For Temporary Graduate 485 Visa In Australia?
Most of the international students in Australia fall in love with the country after they complete their course and want to extend their stay here. Well, if you are one of them, then you are the luckiest one to have tasted one of the world’s most advanced education systems. But, if you want to stay more, you will need another visa because your previous student visa will not be applicable anymore. And this is known as the Temporary Graduate Visa[...]
Find Out About The 485 Subclass Visa Processing Time And Conditions
Have you recently graduated in a specialized stream and want to work in Australia? Then you must apply for the Temporary Graduate Visa Subclass 485 right now? This visa allows you to work in Australia permanently with the skill which you have graduated with. With this visa, you can work, study, and travel to Australia for the next 18 months. But, you won’t be chosen by an employer to preside over a particular post in any possible region of Australia[...]