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What is a GTE (Genuine Temporary Entrant) and why is so important?

GTE or Genuine Temporary Entrant Criterion or SOP (Statement of Purpose) is a key part of some temporary visa applications for Australia.  This blog will look at why GTE is so important specifically for the purposes of a Student Visa. Besides the usual- offer from an education provider or COE to study your desired course, meeting the English requirements, proving that you can fund your studies in Australia; the GTE Statement is as important as others. This statement or a Letter is your opportunity to convince the assessing visa officer why you

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Tasmania Migration Options
Visa types

Have you considered calling Tasmania your home?

Maybe now is the time to. Tasmania is a place of wild and beautiful landscapes, friendly people with a relaxed island lifestyle, wonderful food and wine. It’s also Australia’s smallest state and the most geographically diverse with over 40 per cent reserved as national parks and world heritage wilderness. No matter where you go, whether you spend time in one place or drive around the island, we know you’ll be delighted by what you’ll find and surprised at how much bigger Tasmania is on the inside. Not only does Tasmania provide a

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Admissions into Nursing Program
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Requirements of Admissions into Nursing Program in Australia

Diploma of Nursing Learn more about the Requirements of Admissions into Nursing Program in Australia. What qualifications do I need to become a registered nurse in Australia. The minimum academic requirement for admissions into the Diploma of Nursing program in Australia is the completion of Year 12. The English requirement is overall 7 no band less than 7 in IELTS or 65 each in PTE. The occupation that is available in the Department of Home Affairs Skilled Occupation List (SOL) is an Enrolled Nurse through the completion of Diploma of Nursing course.

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Section48
Visa types

What does section 48 bar mean? and What should I do?

As mentioned in the Migration Act of 1958If you have had a visa cancelled or refused since last arriving in Australia and you are either unlawful (that is – you do not hold a visa) or you hold a bridging visa you are then in what is called ‘section 48 bar’. If you are ‘section 48 barred’ you are prevented from lodging most other visa applications while you are in Australia (there are some very limited exceptions). This means that you would normally need to leave Australia. Becoming unlawful in Australia or overstaying your

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