AUSSIE GOV'T OPENS DOOR TO 45 & OLDER; 1-DAY FREE SEMINAR @ MEGA MALL


[PHOTO - Hon Chris Bowen MP, The new Australian Minister for Immigration and Citizenship.]

MANILA, NOVEMBER 21, 2010 (PALMS INTERNATIONAL) The new rules will allow applicants up to 49 years of age to migrate though the most points for the 'age' category are earned for the band 30 to 34 years.

Australian government also reduces the passmark from 120 points to 65 points in an effort to attract the older but more experienced professionals.

The new Australian Immigration Minister, Mr. Chris Bowen has boldly laid out a plan that promised to bring older, more experienced workers to Australia including many more professionals with the communications skills to walk straight into management roles.

Under the new Bowen rules. The nexus between education and migration has been well and truly broken by the new points list, which is set to take effect from July 2011

Bowen's media statement last Thursday said: "The changes focus on better English language skills, more extensive skilled work experience, and higher level qualifications obtained in Australia and overseas and different age ranges."

This, according to him is all about selecting "migrants with the high value, nation-building skills".

The new rules also award equal points for bachelors (15 points) and PhD degrees (20 points), regardless of whether they were earned in Australia or overseas.

ONE DAY FREE SEMINAR

PALMS International Migration Services spearheaded by an experienced Australian ‎Migration Agent, Ms. LIta Mahle will conduct a one day Free seminar at SM ‎Megamall on Sunday, November 28 from 10am to 5.30 to discuss the new rules. ‎

Representatives from Australian TAFE colleges and training institutions will be also ‎be there to discuss study, Nurses training, trade skills assessment and training. ‎Chisholm TAFE College, ETEA, Trades Training Australia, El Jars Philippines, Well ‎Care Services UK will welcome questions from the participants. ‎

To register for the Free Seminar, you can contact PALMS at 8134194 or 8938035 or email at info@palmsimmigration.com.

 Press Release: Palms International/Nov 2010‎


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