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Latest changes for this visa subclass:

Subclass 187 (RSMS) Direct Entry Pathway
1 July 2017 Changes – Direct Entry

  • Eligible occupations updated – see  https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/F2017L00847/Download
  • High-income English language ability exemption (salaries above $180,000) eliminated for all applications lodged on or after 1 July 2017 **
  • High-income skills assessment exemption (salaries above $180,000) eliminated for all applications lodged on or after 1 July 2017 **
  • Maximum age at time of application reduced to 44 for all applications lodged on or after 1 July 2017 unless exempted
  • NZ skills and qualifications exemption: Applicants for Subclass 187 visas who hold a Subclass 444 (Special Category) visa or a Subclass 461 (New Zealand Citizen Family Relationship) (Temporary) visa and who have been working in a nominated occupation for the nominating employer for at least two years (excluding any periods of unpaid leave) in the three years immediately before applying for the Subclass 187 visa.
  • Applicant must work as a paid employee under the nominator’s direct control
  • Nominator must provide evidence of a “genuine need” for the nominated position

Subclass 187 (RSMS) Temporary Residence Transition Pathway
1 July 2017 Changes – TRT

  • High-income English language ability exemption (salaries above $180,000) eliminated for all applications lodged on or after 1 July 2017 **
  • IELTS 6 (Competent English) or equivalent now required at time of application
  • Maximum age at time of application remains: must be 49 years of age or below at time of application but will fall to 44 years or below at time of application on 1 March 2018
  • English language exemption: Persons who have completed at least five years of full-time study in a secondary and/or higher education institution where all of the tuition was delivered in English.
  • Applicant must work as a paid employee under the nominator’s direct control
  • Nominator must provide evidence of a “genuine need” for the nominated position

 (**) – The issue of these exemption removals applying to applications lodged prior to 1 July 2017 as originally announced was reviewed by DIBP and on 12 July 2017 DIBP issued a press release stating that they do not intend to enforce the exemption removals for applications lodged prior to 1 July 2017. 

To start the process of your migration to Australia and see what visa(s) you may qualify for and what steps you can take to obtain an Australian visa, schedule your private consultation with Mark Northam today by Skype, phone, or at our offices in Sydney.

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