The Designated Area Migration Agreement (DAMA) program provides an alternative to those who are not successfully immigrate to Australia through skilled visa at this stage. The DAMA program is currently open in Northern Territory with more than 100 occupations. The list of occupations in New South Wales has also been announced but it will restart until July. In the future, we believe DAMA will extend to other provinces in Australia too.
Mr. Kwong and his family decided to immigrate Australia for a better quality of life through skilled visa (subclass 190). Mr. Kwong was greatly impressed with our efficient professional services and valuable opinions which help them to complete the skilled nominated visa successfully. Mr. Kwong and his family got their Australian Skilled Visa (Subclass 190) on 17 January 2019. Congratulations to Mr. Kwong and her family!
The South Australian Minister for Education, the Hon John Garner MP, has just announced that the school contribution fee for dependents of Subclasses 457 and 482 visa holders, attending government schools in regional areas, are to be waived to encourage more foreign workers to settle or work in regional South Australia.
Compared with other countries, Australia as a popular immigrant country, immigration requirements must be higher, while the Designated Area Migration Agreement (DAMA) is the lowest requirement for applicants in all current entrepreneur and skilled visas. DAMA is an employer-guaranteed visa. In the form of a labour agreement, the local government determines the list of occupations and applications and requires the applicant to have the appropriate job in the application state or region to obtain the employer's guarantee and go to work.
The Australian employer sponsored the 482 visas, Temporary Skill Shortage Visa (TSS), which replaced the original Australian 457 visa. The new visa mainly introduces overseas talents in a targeted manner to alleviate the temporary shortage of skills in the Australian labor market while ensuring the priority of Australian workers.
Ms. Chou is a Sales and Marketing manager and she decided to immigrate to Australia under skilled visa for a better quality of life and good education for their children. They finally selected John Hu Migration after searching for an Australia government registered immigration consultant in Hong Kong. They believed in John Hu as he has many years of successful experiences in processing the Australia immigration visas. Ms. Chou and her family got their skilled visa in December 2018. Congratulations to Ms. Chou and her family!
Living in a city with a better condition is the dreaming life of most people. Adelaide has been named one of the world's top ten most livable cities by the Economist Intelligence Unit for many years.
Mr. Cheng is working as an Electronics Engineer and has decided to immigrate to Australia for a better quality and balance of life to work with his family. Mr. Cheng thanked John Hu and his team for their professional immigration services especially in processing his skills assessment by the Engineers Australia and visa application. Mr. Cheng and his family got the Australian subclass 189 skilled visas in November. Congratulations to Mr. Cheng and his family!
Mr. Weng and his family decided to immigrate to Australia for a better quality of life. With lots of migration companies, Mr. Weng finally engaged John Hu Migration Consulting to process his visa. He highly appreciated the professional one-step services of John and his team through the whole application process. Mr. Weng and his family got the Australian subclass 188 business investor visas in November. Congratulations to Mr. Weng and his family!
Ms. Tam and her family decided to immigrate to Melbourne Australia through investing the state government bond. She finally selected John Hu and his skilled team because of the experience in processing investor visa. She appreciated the support and guidance from John and his team in helping her through the whole application process. Ms. Tam and her family got the Australian subclass 188B investor visas in October. Congratulations to Ms. Tam and her family!