Upcoming Seminars and Webinars by Acacia ImmigrationStay up to date with the latest online webinars and seminars run by Acacia 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. Click here for instructions on accessing the webinars.
Thu 24 Oct 2019: 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM AEST
Migration for Engineers
Ever wondered what is involved in migrating to Australia as an Engineer? Start yourself off with a short and free webinar covering the basics:
- Engineers Australia skill assessments – Accords and CDR
- Engineer classifications – Professionals, Technologists and Technicians
- English requirements – EA vs Immigration
- SkillSelect – EOI, invitations, and pro-rata occupations
Civil, Mechanical, Electric, Agricultural and more, regardless of your speciality this is a great starting place for Engineers looking to migrate to Australia.
Thu 31 Oct 2019: 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM AEST
Migration for Nurses
Focussing on migration for qualified Nurses, we will discuss the various visa options and pathways available, as well as application requirements including:
- Relevant qualifications
- English language levels
- Registration with AHPRA
- Nursing specialisations and the occupation lists
With Nurses in demand in Australia, now is a great time to consider your migration options.
Thu 7 Nov 2019: 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM AEST
Migration for Accountants
Calling all Accountants! If you're looking to calculate your skilled visa options, join us for a specially tailored webinar discussing:
- Skill Assessments – CPAA, IPA, CAANZ
- English language requirements – skill assessment vs Immigration
- Competition – SkillSelect and Pro-rata occupations
- Expression of Interest – improving your points score
Accountants are still needed in Australia, but with increased competition for SkillSelect invitations it has become more and more difficult to obtain a visa. Register now to find out how to improve your chances of success.
Thu 14 Nov 2019: 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM AEST
The Temporary Skill Shortage visa – or TSS for short – is an employer-sponsored visa designed to bring foreign workers to Australia to meet short and medium-long term skills shortages. While similar in purpose to the 457 visa, the TSS has a number of different requirements, which we will cover in our webinar:
- Employer sponsorship – Actively and Lawfully operating
- Nomination – Labour Market Testing and the Skilling Australians Fund
- Visa – skill levels, work experience requirement, English
- Occupation lists – short term (STSOL) and medium-long term (MLTSSL)
- Limitations and pathways to PR
The TSS application process can be challenging, so join us for a great introduction to the requirements and pitfalls.
Thu 21 Nov 2019: 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM AEST
With invitations for Skilled Independent and State Sponsored visas in high demand, and the high level of competition driving up points score requirements, migrants (especially those currently in Australia) are now looking to employer-sponsored visa options. Join us to learn about the permanent Employer Nomination Scheme (SC186) visa, including:
- Occupation lists - what occupations can be nominated
- Caveats - additional requirements for certain occupations
- Age, skill, work experience, and English language requirements
- Available exemptions
- Demonstrating a genuine need for the position
- Training levies for employers
This short webinar will provide a great introduction to the ENS visa for employees and applicants alike.
Thu 28 Nov 2019: 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM AEST
Citizenship and RRV
Obtaining Australian citizenship is a dream for many people. Once you are a citizen, you have unrestricted travel rights, can vote in Australia, and have no limitations on the jobs you can apply for.
The most common pathway for migrants is to apply for Citizenship by Conferral. This webinar will explore the eligibility requirements including:
- Residence requirements
- Including dependent children
- Proving your identity
- Character issues
Australia does allow for dual citizenship, so find out today how you can become an Aussie!
Resident Return Visas
Did you know your permanent visa doesn't last forever? You can stay in Australia indefinitely, but if you want to travel overseas after 5 years you will need another visa. Our webinar will outline how to 'extend' or 'renew' your PR by applying for a Resident Return Visa (RRV), including the residence requirements and evidencing ties to Australia.
Don't get caught out - check your visa and then watch our FREE webinar before you travel overseas.