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New condition applied to some health care related occupations in the WA state nomination

Migration Update(s) - WA Occupation list</h2>In last week, WA has introduced a new category that apply to some health-care sector occupations. WA state nomination has announced that following occupations are subject to the \"Regional WA only category\".

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NMC amends OET Writing to C+

The UK’s Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) announced that it would amend the OET Writing requirement for overseas nurses and midwives taking the Occupational English Test (OET).

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MWT Consultancy announces EPIQ-RN Spot Registrations!

Nurses who are aspiring to work in Australia can now go through the EPIQ-RN route to get registration with the AHPRA. MWT Education Consultancy is offering a spot registration walk-in session for both candidates who have,and those who do not have, the AHPRA decision letter.

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Explore career opportunities in Canada!

On the 6th August 2019 at Kochi, MWT Education Consultancy conducted a Spot Evaluation and Counselling session for students who wish to study in the University of Northern British Columbia, Canada.

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Thousands of Express Entry candidates with CRS scores as low as 300 to apply for provincial nomination in Alberta

To date in 2019, Alberta has held 14 draws through its Express Entry-aligned immigration stream, issuing a total of 3,357 invitations to apply for a provincial nomination for Canadian permanent residence.

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New changes to points test!

Recently published legislation introduces changes to the Points Test for General Skilled Migration visas commencing <b>16 November 2019</b>.

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Budget Changes in the Immigration Portfolio

<p class=\"news-h\">The Australian Government presented the 2019/2020 budget on Tuesday 2 April 2019, and as usual there were plenty of changes announced affecting the Immigration portfolio.</p>

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Australian PM plans to make new migrants go regional for permanent residency

In a bid to lure migrants from cities, a new scheme has come into play where skilled workers will be able to apply for permanent residency if they live and work in regional areas for three years.

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Australian Government simplifies the definition of Regional Australia

Starting November 2019, the Australian Government is simplifying and expanding the definition of Regional Australia across all skilled visas to include all of Australia except for the following metropolitan areas: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Gold Coast and Perth. Most locations of Australia outside major cities—Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth— are eligible for regional visas.

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Two new Australian visa agreements for foreign workers

Two new labour agreements have been announced by the Australian Minister for Immigration, Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs, David Coleman to support the country’s multicultural communities. Labour agreements for the aged care sector and religious institutions were unveiled on Thursday.

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