The 3 Phases of Australian Migration in 2019 - FREE Event

The 3 Phases of Australian Migration in 2019 - FREE Event


Posted 2019-03-07 by Vanessafollow

Wed 20 Mar 2019

If you are a student or a professional currently enjoying Australian life and would like to stay long term, come and join this FREE informative session in collaboration with Language Links on Wednesday 20th of March, 2019.Life 'down under' is something many aspire to from all around the world and while the Australian Government has made regulations around permanent resident visas stricter and stricter over the years, education is the number one way for many to win a chance at a longer-term visa plan.[BREAK]Entitled 'The 3 Phases of Australian Migration in 2019', this one-hour session is hosted by Registered Migration Agent and Lawyer, Alessandro Scarcella. Alessandro will detail the latest changes in the Australian migration system and show you:1) How to go from a student course to permanent residency in 2019.2) The 3 Phases international students go through in their quest to a new life in Australia.3) The most common mistakes students and professionals make when planning to stay in Australia long term and how to fix them.Discover what the 3 phases of a typical successful "student to resident" path looks like in real life, what to expect and what to avoid, with the support of the incredible staff at Language Links.Light refreshments will be offered on the day, as well as a Q&A session with a qualified Migration Agent for those who would like to discuss their specific requirements.[BREAK]'The 3 Phases of Australian Migration in 2019' will be held on Wednesday 20 March 2019, 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm at Language Links 120 Roe Street, Level 1 Northbridge, WA 6003.Entry is FREE, however, bookings are essential. Secure your seat today by clicking on the sign-up button at the top of the Facebook Event page and leave your details to ensure your seat is reserved.For more information on the event, please join the Facebook Event page .[BREAK]More about Alessandro Scarcella:Alessandro Scarcella first became involved with migration while studying Refugee Law at Bergen University, in Norway. In 2009, Alessandro migrated to Australia, where he worked with one of the largest Migration Agencies in Perth. Here he applied his legal training and research background to support Migration Review Tribunal cases, as well as the processing and lodgment of hundreds of different visa applications, each requiring an intimate understanding of migration law and superior attention to detail. Alessandro completed his qualification in Migration Law and started Visatime in 2015.He is the co-founder of Pointbreak Australia and a well-respected migration agent Australia-wide.

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