Australien, skilled visa program

27.09.09: Abrupt und teilweise unfair hat die australische Immigrationsbehörde DIAC zum 23. September 2009 die zeitlichen Prioritäten bei der Bearbeitung von "skilled visa"-Anträgen geändert. In Kürze gefasst bedeutet dies, dass Antragsteller dieser Kategorie, die nicht ein zugelassenes Stellenangebot vorweisen oder deren Berufe nicht auf sog. "critical skilled list" (s. http://www.immi.gov.au/skilled/general-skilled-migration/pdf/critical-skills-list.pdf) figuriert, mit äusserst langen Wartezeiten haben, weil

""The Australian Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) has set new priority processing arrangements for certain Skilled Migration visas. The current priority processing Direction commenced on 23 September 2009.The Direction applies to applications in the pipeline that have not been finalised, and to applications lodged with DIAC on or after 23 September 2009.Under the Ministerial Direction, the following processing priorities (with highest priority listed first) apply:

1. applications from people who are employer sponsored under the ENS and the RSMS

2. applications from people who are nominated by a State/Territory government and whose nominated occupation is listed on the Critical Skills List (CSL)

3. applications from people who are sponsored by family and whose nominated occupation is listed on the CSL

4. applications from people who are neither nominated nor sponsored but whose nominated occupation is listed on the CSL

5. applications from people who are nominated by a State/Territory government whose nominated occupation is not listed on the CSL

6. (i) applications from people whose occupations are listed on the Migration Occupations in Demand List (MODL) and
(ii) applications from people who are sponsored by family and whose nominated occupation is not listed on the CSL.

7. all other applications are to be processed in the order in which they are received. ""

Unfair ist dabei, dass selbst Anträge, die kurz vor einem OK lagen, mit einem mehrjährigen Bearbeitungsverzug zu rechnen haben. Anträge der oben genannten 7. Stufe werden frühstens Ende 2012 bearbeitet, wie in den FAQ zu neuen Direktive (http://www.immi.gov.au/skilled/general-skilled-migration/pdf/faq-priority-processing.pdf) nachzulesen ist.

 


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