Can an onshore student visa holder, who has lodged an onshore partner visa application, have their student visa voluntarily cancelled, to allow the BVA associated with their partner visa application to come into effect so they can cease their studies?
If the student visa is cancelled, even voluntarily, all bridging visas including the BVA associated with the partner application will cease. The student visa holder will become unlawful and will only be eligible to apply for a BVE with all the restrictions that can entail.
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The program is designed to assist migrants who are seasoned businesspersons in setting up their business in Tasmania. Knowing that Australian business operating environment is often very different from migrants’ home countries, the Tasmanian Government offers complimentary one-on-one commercial assistance to business migrants who intend to invest over $1 million to setup their business in Tasmania.
- Air-conditioning and refrigeration Mechanics
- Motor Mechanics
- Metal Fabricators
Work Experience Requirement: 5 years work experience in your Trade.
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Queensland is seeking to attract highly skilled and employable international post graduate alumni in target occupations which are difficult to fill from the local labour market.
Queensland makes nominations for eligible post graduate alumni under the Skilled – Nominated (subclass 190), which allow alumni to live and work in Queensland permanently.
You can apply for this visa through the Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) using SkillSelect.
To be eligible, you must have the criteria relevant to an occupation on the relevant Queensland Skilled Occupation List.
To check if your occupation is eligible, you can download the relevant list below:
- Skilled Occupation List for International Post-Graduate Alumni [PDF] (subclass 190 visa) for holders of a Masters degree
- The Department of Immigration and Border Protection’s Consolidated Sponsored Occupation List for holders of a PhD
- The criteria for both the Masters and PhD clients is shown on the Alumni QSOL.