Monday November 30, 2020

Irish doctors planning Aussie move face frustration

Australian government is to remove 15 medical roles from its skilled occupation list

6th November, 2016

Irish doctors hoping to move Down Under could see their plans dashed, after Australia tightened its visa rules for foreign medics last week.

The Australian government is to remove 15 medical roles from its skilled occupation list, including medical specialists.

Foreign workers with occupations on this list are eligible to apply for work visas in Australia.

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