TRA: changes to Job Ready Program

‘From 1 April 2019, application documents for the Job Ready Program: steps 1 and 2 – Provisional Skills Assessment (PSA) and Job Ready Employment (JRE), now need to be emailed within 14 days of applying online (previously 45 days)

TRA’s website includes the following announcement:

Changes to Job Ready Program (JRP) – due date of application documents now 14 days

19 March 2019

From 1 April 2019, application documents for the Job Ready Program: steps 1 and 2 – Provisional Skills Assessment (PSA) and Job Ready Employment (JRE), now need to be emailed within 14 days of applying online (previously 45 days).

Further information is detailed in the Job Ready Program Applicant Guidelines.

Please note that you are not formally registered in the PSA or JRE until your application documents are received (by email) and registered by TRA.


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Sergio Zanotti Stagliorio is a Registered Migration Agent (MARN 1461003). He is the owner of Target Migration in Sydney. He can be reached at sergio@targetmigration.com.au