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29 June 2021

In order to better be commensurate with the work involved in processing citizenship applications, the citizenship application fees will be increasing as below:

  • Conferral: $490.00
  • Conferral (other situations): $300.00
  • Descent: $315.00
  • Adoption under Hague convention: $315.00
  • Renunciation: $265.00
  • Resumption: $210.00
  • Evidencing: $240.00

The new fee increases will take effect from 1 July 2021. Please contact us if you would like assistance with your Australian citizenship application.



Additional occupations added to Priority Migration Skilled Occupations List

29 June 2021

The priority migration skilled occupations list (PMSOL) of occupations facilitates priority processing, and arrival exemptions for Read More


Changes to Business Innovation and Investment Program (BIIP)

29 June 2021

From 1 July 2021, significant changes are being made to the program. This will include increasing the assets, turnover and investment requirements for the Read More


Work rights adjustment for student visa holders

17 May 2021

Where student visa holders meet certain criteria, the 40 hours per fortnight work limitation has be… Read More


2021-2022 Federal Budget Update

17 May 2021

With the release of the Federal Budget for 2021-22, and as expected, there were only few announcements pertaining to migration related matters.

The Government will maintain the 2021-22 Mi… Read More


Labour market testing guidance for the ENS program

2 December 2020

Labour market testing (LMT) is an important requirement under the TSS (Subclass 482) visa program with strict rules on a… Read More


ENS TRT Concessions for COVID-19 Affected 457 and TSS Visa Holders

2 December 2020

On 23 November 2020, new provisions were introduced providing concessions for 457 and TSS visa holders who have been sto… Read More


Net Overseas Migration Planning Levels Remain the Same

27 October 2020

On 6 October 2020, the Federal Budget was released, with important news related to Home Affairs’ proposed skilled and family migration intake for the new financial year.

While predi… Read More


Partner Sponsorship Changes to be Introduced during 2020/21

26 October 2020

Commencing in the 2020/21 financial year, new sponsorship provisions for Partner Visa (8… Read More


New Zealand Pathway to Permanent Residence

26 October 2020

As part of the federal budget release on 6 October 2020, it was announced that there would be changes to the income eligibility requirement for the New Zealand stream of the Skilled Independent (Read More


Changes to Business, Investment and Innovation Program, along with Global Talent Independent Program

26 October 2020

The federal budget for 2020/21 includes improvements and changes to Read More


Net Overseas Migration Planning Levels Remain the Same, Employer Sponsored Visas Prioritised

19 October 2020

On 6 October 2020, the Federal Budget was released, with important news related to Home Affairs’ proposed skilled migration intake for the new financial year.

While predictions indi… Read More


Visa Application Charge Waiver for TSS (Subclass 482) Visa Holders

19 October 2020

While arrival exemptions are in place for visa holders working in a critical sector, and those on the priority skilled migration occupations list, many TSS (Read More


Determining Eligibility for Accredited Sponsorship

19 October 2020

As processing times are becoming more and more protracted for TSS (subclass 482) sponsorship, n… Read More


Working Holiday and Work and Holiday Visa Holders (6 Month Rule Extension)

19 October 2020

Many employers of overseas nationals have working holiday (subclass 482) visa holders, or work and holiday (Read More


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