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Skilled Visa News 2018. Horse breeders, Real Estate Representatives: Yes, Hair and Beauty Managers: No.

The Department of Home Affairs recently announced changes to Australia’s Skilled Occupation Lists.

A summary of the proposed changes can be found on the Department’s website – summary of 17 January 2018 changes to the lists of eligible skilled occupations.

Occupations added to the lists

The three occupations below, which were previously unavailable on either list, will be added to the STSOL. Details of any caveats applicable to these three occupations are also provided below:

SOL changes

Occupations added to the lists (Source: Dept of Home Affairs)

Occupations moved between the lists

The two occupations below will be moved from the STSOL to the MTLSSL. Details of any caveats applicable to these occupations are also provided below.

SOL changes

SOL changes

So if you have any issues issues regarding how the changes may effect you book an appointment with us now.

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