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Upcoming Immigration Webinars

Stay up to date with the latest online Immigration webinars run by Migration Downunder covering immigration and moving to Australia.

Please note that the slides from the presentation are proprietary in nature and we are not able to send you a copy of them due to IP and risk management considerations.

If you have any questions or need details on any of our webinars, please contact us for assistance


Understanding 482 Visa

Thursday, 16th March 2021: 11:00 AM

With borders shut and many organisations returning to growth, the talent pool for experienced staff has shrunk. Unemployment has also decreased, and the current figure is lower than what was first predicted by the Federal government.

This provides a great opportunity for those skilled migrants, currently in Australia, who have been waiting for months to receive an invitation. You may now have an opportunity to be sponsored by an employer seeking your skill set!

Who is this webinar for?
The session is intended for all temporary residents in Australia with skills in an occupation on the current skilled occupation list.

Key Takeaways:
• Overview of the 482 Visa
• Understanding the Current Occupation Lists and how it affects your future PR options
• Who pays for the visa process?
• Future Permanent Visa Options

The session will run for 30 minutes followed by a question-and-answer session.

Cost: Free
Limited Spots

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Global Talent

Thursday, 28th January 2021: 10:00 AM

The session is intended for candidates who have international exceptional skills recognised willing to move to Australia.

Key Takeaways
1. Overview of Global Business and Talent Attraction Taskforce
2. Federal Budget
3. Basic Requirements
4. General Process

The session will run for 30 minutes followed by a question and answer session.
Cost: Free
Limited Spots

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Partner 309 Visa (Offshore)

Watch: On Demand

Key Takeaways

  1. Overview of 309/100 Visa
  • What is it?
  • Two Stages of a Partner Visa Application – provisional & permanent
  • Visa Criteria for Temporary Partner Visa Subclass
  • Proving your relationship – Specifically what is a de-facto relationship ?
  • Visa Conditions and Duration
  • Who can be included on the visa application?
  • What you can do on this visa?
  • Are you eligible for Medicare or Centrelink?
  • Processing Time
  1. Travel Exemptions
  2. How much is a Partner Visa subclass 820/309?
  3. What happens after you apply for a Temporary Subclass 309
  4. Sponsorships – limitations and character issues
  5. Potential pitfalls – common errors
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Partner 820 Visa (Onshore)

Watch: On Demand

The session is intended for partners of Australian citizens, Permanent Residents, or eligible New Zealand citizens who are either married or are living together in a de-facto relationship onshore.

This is not a session for those who already applied for a Partner 820 Visa.

Key Takeaways
1. Overview of 820/801 Visa
2. How much is a Partner Visa subclass 820/801?
3. What happens after you apply for a Temporary Subclass 820
4. Sponsorships – limitations and character issues
5. Potential pitfalls – common errors
6. Future Changes (English Requirements and Sponsorship)

The session will run for 30 minutes followed by a question and answer session.
Cost: Free

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General Skilled Visa

Watch: On Demand

The session is intended for candidates looking to understand the current Australian general skilled migration scenario and Global Talent Scheme.

Key Takeaways
1. Current Scenario (Federal Budget, Travel Ban, Occupations and more)
2. Overview of Global Talent

The session will run for 30 minutes followed by a question and answer session.
Cost: Free

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