Did you know that the Australian Global Talent Visa Program Quota reduced By 44% for the next Program Year?
The Australian Government has recently released their Federal Budget and, with it, the Migration Planning Levels for the financial year 2022/2023. Where there were previously 15,000 places dedicated to the Global Talent (Subclass 858) visa, there is now only 8,448 visa places available from 01 July 2022 to 30 June 2023.
This does not mean, however, that Singaporeans, and foreign nationals residing in Singapore, need to worry about missing out on the program if they meet the eligibility requirements.
Although there is a significant reduction in the planning level for this very popular visa program, and amidst rising levels of fierce competition and long wait times for EOI processing, Ashton Legal Services continues to succeed in putting through high calibre candidates and receiving invitations to apply for the visa within a few short months. Of the 100+ candidates that we've have submitted an Expressions of Interests for, we've secured GTI invitations, and visa grants, for about 85 candidates with a zero per cent refusal rate so far. Of this cohort, about fifty per cent are currently residing in Singapore and a vast majority are working in the DigiTech sector.
Come and join us, together with Ashton Legal Services, for the next Global Talent webinar series, hosted on 18th May at 7pm SGT. In this webinar, Mr Ruobing Yang and Minh Nguyen from Ashton Legal - Australian Immigration Law will provide an update on the Australian GTI visa and what this means for your chances of securing an invitation to apply for this visa program.
Please register to receive the zoom link access and you are encouraged to submit any questions which you may have for the speakers during the registration.
Kindly note : AAS Members who engages Ashton Legal for professional immigration services will enjoy Exclusive Discount.
May 18, 2022
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM (GMT+8)