ATTENTION: In just three days, teachers, nurses, and others can obtain an Australian visa
Foreign teachers and medical professionals can now submit applications for skilled visas, and the Australian government will evaluate and process them within three days.
According to information obtained by Nairametrics, the government's decision to give skilled visa applicants priority in light of the labor shortages is consistent with the expedited evaluation procedure.
All nominations for skilled visas, visa applications awaiting judgment, and recently submitted requests for temporary, employer-sponsored, and regional visas are affected by the modifications.
More information about the most recent changes: The changes came after Australia's Department of Home Affairs discontinued the Priority Migration Skilled Occupations List (PMSOL).
Keep in mind that PMSOL was abandoned because it was judged "out of date" and no longer adequately captured the severe labor shortages that exist across Australia.
Programs for international business innovation and investment are no longer given priority as a result of the discontinuance. School instructors, welfare support staff, childcare center managers, medical scientists, counselors, psychologists, social workers, and medical technicians are now among the professions receiving priority.
New rankings of importance: Following a recent ministerial directive, decisions on skilled visa applications are now made in the following priority order:
applications for jobs in healthcare or education.
Candidates are nominated for employer-sponsored visas by a recognized sponsor who has accredited Status.
Visas for a particular region
Subclasses of temporary and permanent visas
all other visa requests.
Priority will be given to holders of qualifying passports for all categories above because not all visa streams are open to all nationalities.
For both provisional and permanent skilled visa applications, applicants outside of Australia are given preference within each category.
Nurses and teachers make between $70,000 and $90,000 a year in Australia, whereas teachers often earn between $85,000 and $100,000.
This implies that Nigerian teachers, nurses, social workers, and other professionals who are interested in migrating to Australia now stand a stronger chance of realizing their ambition thanks to the expedited visa screening procedure.
However, Australia is not the only nation to have loosened its requirements for foreign teachers' visas. Recall that the UK recently announced improvements to make it simpler for international instructors to secure work permits in the nation.