Friday, 24 February 2017


Issue #2 February



Deportation after health checks


Girl with autism to be deported after failing immigration 'health' checks


Want Australian Permanent Residency? Tasmania might be your gateway


More millionaires migrate to Australia than anywhere else in the world: report


Temporary closure in applications for ICT occupations extended


Available Jobs in Australia


Girl with autism to be deported after failing immigration 'health' checks

A 16-year-old girl with autism who has been living in Australia for eight years could be deported within weeks because she failed immigration medical assessments and the Assistant Immigration Minister has refused to intervene.

Blacktown schoolgirl Sumaya Bhuiyan has autism spectrum disorder. Her family's application for permanent residency was rejected in 2013 after immigration health checks found Sumaya had a "moderate developmental delay" that would result in significant cost to Australian taxpayers, her mother Nasrin Haque said.

Dr Haque, a GP working in two medical practices in western Sydney, has until Friday, February 24, to book flights.

Dr Haque and her son Sakir, 14, have the option of remaining in Australia on temporary visas or leaving with Sumaya for Hungary, where the family are citizens and where her husband, also a doctor, still lives. The family are originally from Bangladesh.

Neither Dr Haque nor her children speak Hungarian. Moving to Hungary would mean significant disruption to the children's education and, for Dr Haque, giving up work – hard-won after years studying English and completing the requirements to have her medical qualifications recognised in Australia.

It would also mean leaving their extended family, who are all Australian citizens - Dr Haque's mother and father, who currently live with them, and her sister, her brother and their children.

Under section 351 of the Migration Act 1958, the Assistant Minister has the power to overturn immigration decisions if he or she thinks it is in the public interest to do so. More than 32,000 people have signed the family's online petition appealing for ministerial intervention.

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Want Australian Permanent Residency? Tasmania might be your gateway

Permanent residency in Tasmania

People interested in migrating to Australian may be able to make their home in Tasmania as the state offers arguably the most convenient pathway to permanent residency - and citizenship.

Those who want to call Australia home are often left dejected as their line of work does not fall under the government’s Skilled Occupation List (SOL), but Tasmania has provided answer to their problem.

In Tasmania, there is no occupation ceiling, so if your occupation is not present in the Skilled Occupations List (SOL) you still have hundreds of more options. Moreover, the state is also willing to sponsor you.

There are of course, strings attached. With certain terms and conditions to meet for receiving nomination from the state. Read more here.

The state has broadened the spectrum to accept applications from candidates whose occupations fall under the State Migration Plan as well as Consolidated Skilled Occupations List (CSOL).

This has allowed professionals from hundreds of more occupations to migrate to Australia, with the willing to sponsor them.

In order to migrate to Tasmania, you can apply for following visas:

  • Skilled Independent Subclass 189
  • Skilled Nominated Subclass 190
  • Skilled Regional (Provisional) Subclass 489

The candidates need minimum 60 points to be eligible.

Apart from falling into one of the above categories, the applicants will get points for their :

  • age (maximum 30);
  • English language skills (maximum 20);
  • Australian educational qualification (maximum 5);
  • Australian regional study (maximum 5);
  • highest qualification (maximum 20);
  • professional year (maximum 5);
  • overseas work experience (maximum 15);
  • Australian work experience (maximum 20);
  • partner skill qualifications (maximum 5);
  • and designated language (maximum 5).

More millionaires migrate to Australia than anywhere else in the world: report

More millionaires migrate to Australia

Australia topped the chart as it saw as many as 11,000 millionaires moving here, followed by the US with 10,000 and Canada with 8,000 in the second and third place respectively.

Australia is the top destination for millionaires from the world over, a new report has revealed.

A research on global wealth and migration trends by the New World Wealth has found that nearly 11,000 millionaires moved to Australia in 2016, retaining the top spot for the second straight year beating the traditional destinations for the world's rich, such as the UK and America which attracted 3,000 and 10,000 millionaires respectively last year.

Other countries that attracted rich migrants include Canada, UAE, New Zealand and Israel.

According to The 2017 Global Wealth Review: Worldwide Wealth and Wealth Migration Trends report, the reasons behind more rich migrants choosing Australia than the US and the UK is Australia's healthcare system, its location and the country's perceived immunity to the turmoil in the Middle Ease and Europe's migrant crisis.

Australia's fast visa processing for investment and business, the ease of doing business with other Asian economies, relatively higher economic growth, the climate, better civic amenities and lifestyle here are the biggest draw for rich migrants, according to the report.

India was among the top five countries in 2016 which had the maximum outflow of the ultra-rich citizens moving to other countries.

Of the 264,000 millionaires in India, 6,000 super-rich Indians changed their domicile last year compared to 4,000 in the previous year.

The report said there were approximately 13.6 million millionaires in the world at the end of 2016 and worldwide their wealth stood at US$69 trillion.

The report expects a 35 percent rise in the global wealth in the next ten years with India, China, Vietnam, Mauritius and Sri Lanka to emerge as the top performing wealth markets.

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Temporary closure in applications for ICT occupations extended

Temporary closure in applications for ICT occupations

In November 2016, the Victorian Government decided to temporary stop accepting applications for skilled visa for certain ICT occupations.

Skilled visa applications for 11 occupations were temporarily closed by the Victorian Government for certain ICT occupations from 11 November 2016 till 6 March 2017.

On February 6th this year, the state government has revised and extended this date.

Due to a large volume of skilled visa nomination applications received, applications for Information and Communications Technology (ICT) occupations will be closed until 30 June 2017, Victorian Government has said on its website.

Further updates will be provided should this be extended.

The occupations affected by the temporary closure are:

  • 135112 - ICT Project Manager
  • 261111 - ICT Business Analyst
  • 261112 - Systems Analyst
  • 261311 - Analyst Programmer
  • 261312 - Developer Programmer
  • 261313 - Software Engineer
  • 261314 - Software Tester
  • 261399 - Software and Applications Programmers nec
  • 262111 - Database Administrator
  • 262112 - ICT Security Specialist
  • 263111 - Computer Network and Systems Engineer

This temporary closure will allow processing of all outstanding applications and reduce the risk of delay for future applicants.

All applications currently in process will be assessed against current guidelines and an outcome will be provided in due course.

Applications for all other occupations eligible for Victorian Government visa nomination remain open.

Note: Applicants applying under the streamlined PhD and 457 pathways are not affected by this closure and may apply with these ICT occupations during this time.


Available Jobs in Australia

Jobs in Australia

Job2Go is a local recruitment company based in Adelaide, Queensland and Sydney, and has been providing staffing solutions and human resource services to small to large sized companies throughout Australia. We are hiring for the following positions.


An exciting opportunity had opened for an experienced Cook! Our client has been providing high quality authentic Indian food for the past 20 years. The right candidate will have excellent knowledge of dishes from all over India.

To be successful in this role, you will have:

  • Formal qualification required
  • Relevant experience as a Cook in similar position is preferred.
  • Must be able to work in a fast paced environment where you will be required to stand for extended periods of time.
  • Possess the ability to make independent decisions when circumstances warrant such action.
  • Attention to detail and be a good team player.

Office Manager

Our client has an exciting opportunity for an experienced Office Manager to join their team! This family owned business specialises in commercial printing including digital, wide format and offset printing. Proven to be very successful, they are currently undergoing major expansion therefore is in need of an Office Manager who possess high standards of organisational skills.

The successful candidate will possess:

  • Experience within a professional service firm
  • Formal qualifications required
  • Strong work ethic, highly organised and attention to detail with accountability
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to prioritise and balance several tasks and work with deadlines with demonstrated ability to work on multiple projects at one time
  • Strong administrative skills including record keeping and note taking


Specializing in all cutting styles, our client is in need of an experienced Hairdresser who is capable of providing services to all age groups. Our client’s concept is simple and clean and is ladies only cutting salon. The ideal candidate must possess the ability to cut all hair styles and be extremely confident in all aspects of hair.

The ideal candidate will possess:

  • Formal qualification required
  • Relevant experience required
  • You must be honest and reliable, positive and friendly attitude
  • Strong customer service skills
  • Dedicated to personal and professional development
  • Excellent attention to details
  • Extensive knowledge in all aspects of hair and products

Medical Administrator

To be successful in this role, you will have:

  • At least a Bachelor degree or at least 5 years’ of relevant experience.
  • An understanding of medico-legal issues and the legislative framework for public health services
  • Ability to work collaboratively with members of an inter-disciplinary team and to communicate with clinical and non-clinical staff
  • Ability to analyse and critically evaluate relevant information and apply to medical management issues
  • Well-developed written and communication skills

Contact Job2Go on 1300 562246. If you are interested in any of these positions, please send your resume to

Alternatively you can check our website for further details


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