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University lowers barriers to student immigration.
The contributions made to the tertiary education industry in Australia from international students have been well documented.This is because many of the certificates, diplomas and degrees on offer in this country are only available to non-residents under certain conditions.

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Please note that if you are planning to get your application for a visa to the Department of Immigration and Citizenship before July 1 and need to have a Skills Assessment, you will not make it in time. It will take approximately 8-10 weeks for a Skills Assessment to come through which will take you past the cut off date. Please Contact Us for more information.

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The Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) has announced that it will be revising the structure of the permanent employer-sponsored visa program.

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A new $7 billion iron ore project in the Pilbara will need 10,000 workers. On completion this project is expected to create 2000 highly paid, full-time permanent jobs. However, to get the project completed will take 3 years and a further 8000 jobs.

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The local tourism industry contributes a significant amount to the Australian economy. Research however has found that there are already 36000 vacancies in this industry and by 2015 another 56000 workers will be required.

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The number of businesses in Australia has grown successfully across the last 2 years. The majority of these were in the construction industry with 17 percent of firms involved in building both industrial and residential properties.

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In the 12 months to September 2011 WA saw its population increase by 2.6% or 60,700. This accounts for 18.9% of the overall population of Australia. And 50% of this increase is due to net overseas migration.

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