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21.06.2012

Immigration outreach officers will visit Emerald, Blackwater and Capella from June 26-28 to discuss upcoming significant reforms to the skilled migration program.

The changes being introduced on July 1 include a new online service connecting Australian employers with potential skilled migrants and streamlining of the pathway to permanent residence for people already working in Australia on temporary skilled 457 visas.

The employer nomination scheme (ENS) and the regional sponsored migration scheme (RSMS) will be integrated with the new skilled migrant selection register, SkillSelect.

The online SkillSelect system is a new expression of interest (EOI) approach to skilled migration, allowing skilled workers interested in migrating to Australia to record their details to be considered for a skilled visa through an EOI.

“These new arrangements are designed to better respond to labour market demands and form part of ongoing reform of the skilled migration program,” a Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) spokesman said.

“Intending migrants will be found and nominated for skilled visas by Australian employers or state and territory governments, or they could be invited by the Australian Government to lodge a visa application.

“This will give the government greater control and flexibility to adjust to changes in the economy. Sponsors must also demonstrate they have a genuine need for the workers and that the skills required cannot be found in their region.”

From July 1, there will also be a fast-tracked pathway from the 457 visa to permanent residence under the employer-sponsored visa program, enabling skilled migrants to settle and work in regional and metropolitan Australia.

The departmental officers visiting Emerald, Blackwater and Capella will conduct a seminar and also be available for brief individual appointments with employers and employees to answer their questions about skilled migration.

“Our officers will be available to provide a range of information on temporary or permanent employer-sponsored visa options and the concessions available for regional applicants,” the spokesman said.

The department’s regional visits program enables employers in communities outside capital cities to attend information sessions and to sit and talk directly with an immigration officer about specific issues they may face. Emerald

The department will conduct seminars on skilled migration visa options in the following location, date and time:

June 26 Training Room, Wally McKenzie House Central Highlands Development Corporation Emerald Showgrounds 5.30-7pm

The DIAC team will also be available for individual appointments at the same location from 2-5pm.

Blackwater

The department will conduct seminars on skilled migration visa options in the following location, date and time:

June 27 Blackwater Civic Centre 20 Blain Street Blackwater 5.30-7pm

The DIAC team will also be available for individual appointments at the same location from 2-5pm.

Capella

The department will conduct seminars on skilled migration visa options in the following location, date and time:

June 28

Capella Cultural Centre Corner Peak Downs & O’Brien Streets, Capella 12.30-2pm

The DIAC team will also be available for individual appointments at the same location from 10am-midday.

Those who would like to attend either the seminar or an individual appointment should email Libby Quinn, outreach officer, on qld.outreach.team@immi.gov.au to confirm attendance at the session.

Bookings for both the seminar and the individual appointments are essential.

Media Enquiries: National Communications 07 3136 7669 / 0401 695 908

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