Residency applicants to get fees credited

Jem Traylen
Mon, 04 Oct 2021

The government doesn’t know how much it will charge applicants for the special one-off residence pathway announced last week but will credit fees already paid for existing applications.On Thursday, the government announced a special one-off residence pathway for more than 100,000 skilled migrants and their families, who are presently in the country on work visas.The first round of applications will open in December. It will be for those who have already lodged a completed application for a residence visa under the skilled migrant or work...

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