WEL Team Run Another Great Workshop by Professional Migration Lawyer DanLi

WEL Team Run Another Great Workshop by Professional Migration Lawyer DanLi

Women Empowerment and Leadership team run another great workshop by professional migration lawyer Dan Li

At our workshop #Dan she proved information about over 10 different visa programs

*family reunion

*Partner visa

*Skill visa

*Few types of working visa

*Student visa

*And the pathway to PR

Healthcare or Teaching Occupations

→ANZSCO Sub-major Group 25 – Health Professionals

→ANZSCO Minor Group 241 – School Teachers

→ANZSCO Minor Group 411 – Health and Welfare Support Workers

→ANZSCO Unit Group 1341 – Child Care Centre Managers

→ANZSCO Unit Group 2346 – Medical Scientists

→ANZSCO Unit Group 2721 – Counsellors

→ANZSCO Unit Group 2723 – Psychologists

→ANZSCO Unit Group 2725 – Social Workers

→ANZSCO Unit Group 3112 – Medical Technicians

ANZSCO occupations:

→134311 – School Principal

→421111 – Child Care Worker

→423111 – Aged or Disabled Carer

→423312 – Nursing Support Worker

→423313 – Personal Care Assistant.

Skilled visa – employer-sponsored visa –sc 482

The TSS visa program assists Australian businesses that experience genuine skill shortages and cannot find Australian workers to fill vacant positions.

requires employer sponsorship from a regional employer and the position must be likely to exist for 5 years.

494 Visa holders can:

• live and work in Australia for up to five years

• include immediate family on 494 visa

• transition to permanent residency (if eligible) via the 191 Regional Skilled Visa.

Truly it was a very useful workshop and hopefully, next year we have a few more workshops to answer the questions of our Afghan community.

Special thanks to Nora Amath IWAA Galila Abdelsalam for gallowing me to use their Hall for workshop

It means so much to our community.

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